Assistant Metro Editor
Weekend event draws hundreds, many of them on Mother's Day
Felida's Nhu Rakoz said she was loving her Mother's Day as she crammed plants into a red wagon at the Heritage Farm in Hazel Dell.
Blaze destroys two units in Vancouver four-plex
A Vancouver woman died today after she was pulled out of her burning apartment early this morning.
Annual event drawing crowds of flower lovers
WOODLAND — Need an idea for Mother's Day? Lilac Days awaits you with its 4 acres of flowers and lilac plants.
Youngster hospitalized after grandfather backed over his leg
A 2-year-old boy's leg was severely injured after being run over by a lawn mower in Camas just after 3 p.m. Sunday, according to radio traffic monitored by The Columbian.
After a one-week closure because of a fire, the Pacific Northwest Best Fish Company reopens at 4 p.m. today.
Motorist was allegedly speeding, fleeing from trooper
A motorist apparently fleeing a trooper about 8 p.m. Sunday took the northbound Interstate 5 exit at 99th Street, lost control and collided with five other vehicles, the Washington State Patrol said. At least four people were injured.
A Yacolt woman was injured early Sunday morning after her car veered off southbound state Highway 503 north of Battle Ground and struck a mailbox, according to the Washington State Patrol.
Chabad Jewish Center dedicated as rabbi, his wife celebrate decade in Vancouver
It's been 10 years since Rabbi Shmulik and Tzivie Greenberg traveled from Brooklyn to make Vancouver their home.
He was able to wriggle his way free after mishap
Woodland’s Doward Miller lived to talk about his Sunday misadventure. “Oh, I’m a little sore. Considering I had a 10,000-pound dozer on me, I feel pretty lucky,” Miller, 62, said Sunday evening after his accident at about 3:10 p.m.
Woman, two boys, teen girl became stuck on gravel bar
Firefighters Sunday afternoon rescued four kayakers who were stranded in the Washougal River at milepost 2, near Blair Road.