Tom covers health, medicine, science, military, Yacolt, Amboy and Woodland.
North County operation applies ingenuity to serve more hungry households
Hunger continues to be a growing problem in rural areas of Clark County, said Candice Howell, one of the Lewis River Mobile Food Bank's organizers.
Stop in Camas was one of only two in state
CAMAS — Shauna Ahearn remembers when her folks introduced her to the Camas Public Library.
Train tours through Clark County's north woods start May 11
AMBOY — Luke Johnson's excursion ride doubles as a steam-powered time machine.
Historian Richard Etulain will discuss Abraham Lincoln's significant impact on the Pacific Northwest during the Civil War at this year's fundraising dinner for the Clark County Historical Museum.
Open to all levels
A 5:30 p.m. gathering will precede the run
Event director says Boston bombings may prompt changes at race
Following fatal explosions in the Boston Marathon, organizers of the Vancouver USA Marathon will be considering refinements over the next two months.
Several of almost 30 Vancouver-area runners in the Boston marathon report their experiences.
Relocation follows tussle with park service over permit
After a one-year hiatus, Clark County's All Church Picnic is back in business at a new spot, Esther Short Park.
Ismet Prcic didn't expect to win anything at the 2013 Oregon Book Awards.
He cites general as role model in visit to Vancouver
Robert Gates worked for eight American presidents, but the leader who inspired him most, said the former secretary of defense, was a person he’d never met. That leader was Gen. George Marshall.