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Pauline Sipponen

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360-735-4524

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You can help

By Pauline Sipponen April 23, 2014 6 a.m.

Volunteer Connections provides opportunities through the Human Services Council.

Health worker report

By Pauline Sipponen April 19, 2014 6 a.m.

The Health Systems Quality Assurance Division of the state Department of Health recently took disciplinary actions or has withdrawn charges against these Clark County health care providers.

Spotlight on Youth

By Pauline Sipponen April 16, 2014 6 a.m.

Items for Spotlight on Youth should be brought to The Columbian, News Department, 701 W. Eighth St., mailed to P.O. Box 180, Vancouver, WA 98666, emailed to pauline.sipponen@columbian.com or neighbors@columbian.com, phoned to 360-735-4524.

Applause

By Pauline Sipponen April 16, 2014 6 a.m.

Submissions: Mail: P.O. Box 180, Vancouver, WA 98666, email: pauline.sipponen@columbian.com or phone: 360-735-4524.

Land-use review

By Pauline Sipponen April 9, 2014 6 a.m.

The following are local land-use proposals. Clark County or the city listed may rate them in three categories: nonsignificant, no environmental impact study needed; nonsignificant, provided proponents meet certain conditions; and significant, requiring an environmental impact study.

Spotlight on Youth

By Pauline Sipponen April 9, 2014 6 a.m.

Items for Spotlight on Youth should be brought to The Columbian, News Department, 701 W. Eighth St., mailed to P.O. Box 180, Vancouver, WA 98666, emailed to pauline.sipponen@columbian.com or neighbors@columbian.com, or phoned to 360-735-4524.

You can help

By Pauline Sipponen April 2, 2014 6 a.m.

Volunteer Connections provides opportunities through the Human Services Council. For information on the following and other opportunities, call 360-735-3683.

Real estate roundup

By Pauline Sipponen March 31, 2014 6 a.m.

Recent commercial real estate transactions as reported by area brokerage firms.

Land-use review

By Pauline Sipponen March 26, 2014 6 a.m.

The following are local land-use proposals. The county or city may rate them in three categories: nonsignificant, no environmental impact study needed; nonsignificant, provided proponents meet certain conditions; and significant, requiring an environmental impact study.

Spotlight on Youth

By Pauline Sipponen March 26, 2014 6 a.m.

Scholarships and competitions

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