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La Center volleyball senior Summer Senske flexes as she talks to coach Cymany O'Brien before a match.

La Center volleyball senior Summer Senske grapples with loss of dad to COVID-19

It’s almost a given that at every La Center High School volleyball match, Summer Senske hears her father’s voice cheering from heaven’s window.
Clark County News

Clark County prosecuting attorney’s funding request hits snag

Efforts to replace departing staff, as well as bring on new employees, at the Clark County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office hit a speed bump this week. The new staff are intended…
Clark County News
The Clark County Courthouse.

Man suspected of setting fire to school bus in central Vancouver

A transient man is accused of setting a school bus on fire Thursday night behind a car dealership in central Vancouver.
Courts & Crime
Suzanne Mickelson, left, and Ellen Zacny, center, laugh while planting foliage in the Riveridge Neighborhood cul-de-sac island on Saturday morning.

Volunteers turn Vancouver traffic island into biodiverse native habitat

A group of volunteers began work on a neighborhood-beautification project in Vancouver’s Riveridge neighborhood on Saturday morning.
Clark County News

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The urban forestry commission is handing out one tree per household in an effort to make Vancouver more environmentally friendly. Advanced registration is required.

Vancouver Urban Forestry Program helps environmental legacy take root

Vancouver’s Urban Forestry Program is providing an opportunity for city residents to make a multigenerational impact and fight climate change this weekend at an annual…

Business

A home for sale on Wood Street in West Oakland, Calif., on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018.

Homebuyer ‘love letters’ may stir bias. (But they often work)

Several years ago, Kristine Chadwick and her family were trying to buy a house in Eugene, Ore.. The market was competitive, so her agent suggested…

Northwest

Split rock in the Tunk Valley is part of a nearly 10,000-acre parcel now controlled and conserved by the Colville Tribes.

Homesteading family’s lasting legacy realized in agreement to return nearly 10,000 acres of habitat to Colville Tribes in conservation deal

On a February day, with wind-whipped temperatures falling to 4 below zero, Colville tribal leaders approved an unusual transaction at their offices in Nespelem.

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Editorial Cartoons for week of Oct. 24

In Our View: Police reform that serves public, officers overdue

Jayne: Confusion on how elections work

Dudley: Timely stories highlight journalism crisis

Estrich: Powell was exemplary leader

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