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Seton Catholic junior Stefanie Valent-Musleh, front, and other students load Walk & Knock food donations. Last year, Seton Catholic wasn't able to participate in the event. "We're embracing it this year, and we're so excited to be a part of it," said Vice Principal Dan Chase while helping students load the donations into cars.

Seton Catholic students collect 1,000 pounds of food for Knock & Walk

After school on Friday, Dec. 3, a group of students from Seton Catholic College Preparatory High School delivered more than 1,000 pounds of food to the Clark County Food Bank.
Clark County News
Sentimental sap?

Have a cinematic Christmas at Clark County’s indie theaters

Seventy-five years after the film was released — with America more bitterly divided than ever — is it still a wonderful life?
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Seton Catholic High School students Cami Price, left, and Lara Carrion accept donations at a Drive & Drop food drive at Hudson's Bay High on Saturday. Price and Carrion were among a larger group of local National Honor Society students volunteering at the various drop off locations.

Walk & Knock volunteers collect over 88,000 pounds of food for area’s hungry

Bundled-up volunteers braved the cold rain as they collected nonperishable foods and toiletries early Saturday at 10 food drive locations throughout Clark County as a part of Walk & Knock/Drive…
Clark County News
This Pecan Bourbon Pie is my mother's recipe, chock full of nuts and old-fashioned rolled oats.

‘Kayte’s Pecan Bourbon Pie’ paean to Mom

I confess, I still have Thanksgiving on my mind, even though my Christmas decorations are now up and my husband and I have entered in our annual stalemate regarding outdoor…
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Clark Public Utilities opens assistance program for families struggling with utility bills

Clark Public Utilities will open a new assistance program Monday for families struggling to pay their electric bills. The program will distribute $5 million of…

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A sign is posted outside a CVS pharmacy on Thursday, Dec. 2, 2021 in Indianapolis. A rush of vaccine-seeking customers and staff shortages are squeezing drugstores around the country. That has led to frazzled workers and even temporary pharmacy closures.

U.S. drugstores squeezed by vaccine demand, staff shortages

A rush of vaccine-seeking customers and staff shortages are squeezing drugstores around the U.S., leading to frazzled workers and temporary pharmacy closures.

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Registered Nurse Westin Prouty, center, and a medical team finish turning over a COVID-19 patient onto their stomach to help with breathing, inside the intensive care unit at Central Washington Hospital on Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021. Proning, or turning a patient on their stomach for better breathing, takes a team of people. With staffing shortages, the hospital has trained staff in other departments to come help with this strenuous and time-consuming process.

Washington confirms first 3 cases of omicron variant

The first three cases of the omicron coronavirus variant have been confirmed in Washington state, officials said Saturday.

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