City council split on whether to let temporary moratorium sunset
The Woodland City Council is split on whether to sunset a temporary moratorium on collective marijuana gardens to allow them within specifically zoned areas of the city.
City, chamber look to join state's Main Street program
BATTLE GROUND — It may take more than a dash of fresh paint, a flower pot or two and a few park benches to revitalize Old Town Battle Ground.
Council-manager system shifts mayor's power to oversee, govern to manager
The Washougal City Council will decide later this month whether to pursue changes to the city's form of government.
Iraq War vet was killed during 2010 altercation
The parents of an Iraq War veteran killed nearly three years ago during an altercation with police have filed an $11.5 million lawsuit against the Vancouver Police Department saying their son was trying to cooperate with officers before they shot him.
Action follows noise dispute between Humane Society, neighboring buisness
WASHOUGAL — The managers of a no-kill animal shelter in Washougal received clarity Monday on the city’s stance on where barking dogs are allowed.
City can borrow more or seek new bids
While construction bids for Camas' new community center are $200,000 more than the city budgeted, officials say the project will likely move ahead on schedule.
Waging a battle against cancer, he will sing at concert to raise funds for him
Nathan Jenisch had been feeling bad for months. He was suffering from a nasty, persistent cough, like a smoker's lung-rattle after inhaling a pack of unfiltered cigarettes.
Postponing or outright eliminating development-related fees comes with mixed results for Clark County cities that offer the incentives, even though the approach is championed as a potential boon for business development by some county officials.
6 local teens take roads less traveled
There have been easier times for graduating high school seniors. College tuition is rising as career options are plateauing.
Washougal residents who like to make their own rockets' red glare during the Fourth of July may have to tweak their schedules next year.