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Kevan Holdsworth worked at the Camas mill from 1964 to 2001, according to a press release from Schroeter Goldmark & Bender, the Seattle-based law firm that represented his family.

$16 million verdict upheld in Camas asbestos case

The Washington Court of Appeals recently upheld a $16.67 million jury verdict in favor of Sherrie Holdsworth, who lost her husband, Kevan — a former Camas paper mill employee —…
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Courts & Crime
The Washington Legislature has delayed the funding for planned upgrades to the 179th Street interchange at Interstate 5.

Clark County 179th interchange project hits snag

One of Clark County’s most prominent projects has hit a setback in the Legislature.
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Clark County News
Michael Murrah, 45, appears Nov. 8, 2021, in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of murder after allegedly stabbing his wife to death while their 8-year-old child was in the house.

Upgraded murder charge filed in fatal stabbing of Monica ‘Star’ Murrah

Prosecutors have filed an upgraded murder charge against a Vancouver man accused of fatally stabbing his estranged wife in November 2021.
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Clark County News
The Vancouver Public Schools Administrative Services building.

Threats of violence at Thomas Jefferson Middle School not credible, Clark County Sheriff’s Office says

Recent threats of violence reported at Thomas Jefferson Middle School were found not to be credible, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.

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Flyers detailing proposed cuts to Washougal School District if voters do not approve a replacement levy sit on a table Tuesday at Washougal High School. Washougal School District is holding listening sessions to hear feedback from community members in the wake of February's failed levy vote.

Washougal schools bolster outreach on levies, issues with ‘listening sessions’

Usually, there’s a bit of a divide between school board members and their constituents.


Ellsworth Elementary School is among the Clark County school campuses named in a wage theft suit filed by Washington State Department of Labor and Industries against Vancouver-based construction company 360 Sheetmetal LLC.

L&I: Vancouver contractor owes $201,223 to 20 workers

The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries found that Vancouver-based contractor 360 Sheet Metal violated state prevailing wage laws during construction projects at four…


Pittsburgh Police and paramedics respond to Pittsburgh Central Catholic High School for what turned out to be a hoax report of an active shooter, on Wednesday, March 29, 2023 in the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/Gene J.

Bremerton man charged in 20-plus ‘swatting’ calls around US

U.S. authorities on Thursday said they arrested a Washington state man who made more than 20 “swatting” calls around the country and in Canada, prompting…

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FILE - Portland Thorns FC forward Christine Sinclair (12) celebrates after the NWSL championship soccer match against the Kansas City Current, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2022, in Washington. The Portland Thorns' Christine Sinclair is one of just five players who helped launch the National Women's Soccer League in 2013 and are still with their same teams.

5 NWSL players have been with the same team all 11 seasons

Portland was the only place Christine Sinclair ever wanted to play.


FILE - Former President Donald Trump speaks with reporters while in flight on his plane after a campaign rally at Waco Regional Airport, in Waco, Texas, March 25, 2023, while en route to West Palm Beach, Fla. As Trump rails against possible indictment in New York, his team is leaning into a strategy that has quietly become a become a cornerstone of his campaign: releasing made-for-social media videos reacting to the news and outlining his agenda for a second term.

Trump campaign leans in on made-for-social media videos

As Donald Trump rails against a possible indictment in New York, his team is leaning into a strategy that has quietly become a cornerstone of…

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La Center Mayor Greg Thornton steps down

La Center’s longtime mayor, Greg Thornton, announced last week he would be stepping down from the city council effective immediately. The announcement was made via…

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Michael Corey Jenkins stands outside Taylor Hill Church in Braxton, Miss., March 18, 2023. The police shooting of Jenkins, who sustained critical injuries after he says a deputy put a gun in his mouth and fired, led the Justice Department to open a civil rights investigation into the Rankin County Sheriff's Office. Deputies said Jenkins was shot after he pointed a gun at them.

Gunshot injuries in U.S. surged during pandemic, CDC says

For every American killed by gunfire, an estimated two or more more survive, often with terrible injuries — a fact that public health experts say…


FILE - Trainer Marcia Hinton pets Lolita, a captive orca whale, during a performance at the Miami Seaquarium in Miami, March 9, 1995. An unlikely coalition made up of a theme park owner, an animal rights group, a mayor and a philanthropist who owns an NFL team announced Thursday, March 30, 2023, that a plan is in place to return Lolita -- an orca that has lived in captivity at the Miami Seaquarium for more than 50 years -- to its home waters in the Pacific Northwest.

Agreement in place to return Lolita the orca to the Pacific

An unlikely coalition of a theme park owner, animal rights group and NFL owner-philanthropist announced Thursday that a plan is in place to return Lolita…

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Activists protest outside a migrant detention center in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Wednesday, March 29, 2023, a day after dozens of migrants died in a fire at the center.

L.A. activists call for justice in condemning the deaths of 39 immigrants in Ciudad Juarez

Grief mixed with indignation is churning into fury among many Central American activists in Los Angeles this week as they pored over images of the…

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In Our View: Homeless crisis keeps Vancouver from potential

Letter: Capital gains tax is money grab

Letter: Limit development near skate park

Letter: Cottage housing not helpful

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