Event organizer’s children provide ideas, assistance for kids event with construction equipment
Ranee Nutter relies on some expert help as she plans the kids construction playground that is Dozer Day. Each year, her two children — Jerry, 16, and Sammi, 13 — help her create new attractions at the two-day event, she said.
Hazel Dell Parade of Bands goes up, up and away with superhero theme for Saturday event
When it comes to defining a superhero, Batman and Superman certainly both fit the bill — but to many people, so do firefighters, nurses, soldiers, police officers and other first responders.
Close your eyes. Cover your ears. Breathe in.
Joseph Reilly has been waiting for his victory shave for nearly four and a half months.
In the years following her husband's car accident, Ginille Forest had to learn what she calls "the language of traumatic brain injury."
Mother’s Day activities not nearly as important as spending quality time with family
Do the 'Time Warp' and revisit site through the years
If Low Bar came up with a "Time Warp" cocktail that sent patrons to the past, thirsty visitors would see a very different landscape than the temporary park that's grown across the way.
Southwest Washington's largest cycling event offers 18-, 34-, 65- and 100-mile rides
One of the best things about going on a big, well-organized bike ride is that you can quit if you need to, said Wade Leckie, owner of Bad Monkey Bikes in Vancouver.
Writer gories up for Web series
Ridgefield. High noon. The bloodied, slow-moving residents looked on hungrily as a band of newcomers trickled into town on the rainy Sunday.
Clark Public Utilities' annual event has something for everyone
When the 22nd annual Clark Public Utilities Home & Garden Idea Fair kicks off this weekend, there will be hundreds of plants to choose from. But that's not the only reason to race to the free Clark County event.