With a lower cost of living than the rest of the metro area, Clark County is an enclave of middle-class family life.
Residents of the Northwest’s wet side — west of the Cascade Range — like to say summer doesn’t really start until after the Fourth of July.
To reflect on local history, you might walk to a particular viewpoint where you can look to the sky, the water and the land. And fittingly enough, the historical reflections can include that viewpoint.
Clark County’s long-awaited housing recovery sputtered to life in 2012, spurred by new demand and dwindling supplies of available listings.
On the first Saturday in December, thousands of people scour the streets of Clark County for food.
People are always debating whether the swooping roof of Hazel Dell’s hilltop church is an ark or a dove.