Ron Muck isn't the type of guy to let an illness stop him from doing what he loves.
All-volunteer effort consistently produces award-winning Rose Festival entries
Battle Ground's float appears in both the Grand Floral Parade and in Harvest Days, which is a local celebration in July. Because of that, the materials have to last about a month, which can sometimes be challenging.
Vancouver's reputation as a destination for beer festivals grows as the Who's Your Daddy? kicks off summer events
Just two years ago, Clark County was a dry, barren landscape for fans of beer festivals.
Neighborhood associations also vie for bragging rights
Usually when neighborhood associations get together, it's to talk about such issues as the need for stop signs or speed bumps.
A host of summer running events kick off this weekend
If your upcoming plans include getting bombarded with multi-colored corn starch, following instructions from a mystery envelope or crawling under barbed wire — you just might be a Clark County runner.
A touch of classic culture will descend on downtown this fall when the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra launches its third annual Chamber Music Series at The Kiggins Theatre.
Justin Stanley just got national accolades for providing a banned substance to teenagers.
A bit of acting was required when our official state ship, the Lady Washington, played the role of the H.M.S. Interceptor in “Pirates of the Caribbean.”
Another low-pressure system expected to arrive Tuesday
The system that set rain and low temperature records in Vancouver is on its way out, but not fast enough to make this an idea Memorial Day weekend.
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.