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Dec. 8, 2019

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A Clark County Sheriff's Office deputy was injured early Sunday when he put his patrol vehicle into the path of an oncoming wrong-way drunk driver to prevent the driver from entering Interstate 5. (Clark County Sheriff's Office)

Clark County deputy uses patrol vehicle to keep wrong-way driver off freeway

A Clark County Sheriff's Office deputy was injured early Sunday after he put his patrol vehicle into the path of a wrong-way driver who was about to enter Interstate 5…
News
Joseph Donais, who has been missing since July 2018, was last known to be living in Vancouver. This photo was taken from his Facebook page.

Massachusetts woman seeks clues to help find brother in Vancouver area

Bonnie Legendre isn’t ready to give up, even though she has accepted her brother might be dead.
Vancouver
Apple empanada at Rusty Grape Vineyard. (Rick Browne for The Columbian)

Raise a glass to Rusty Grape’s food

Not many restaurants in Southwest Washington can claim that they began as a chicken coop, then morphed into a horse stable and then became part of a winery. But then…
Life
Construction crews work on apartment buildings at the Latitude 45 development, a Ginn Group project near the Four Seasons subdivision in east Vancouver. Ginn Group typically builds single-family detached housing and townhomes; the apartment project represents a new push into multi-family units and rental properties. (Nathan Howard/The Columbian)

Vancouver-based Ginn Group aiming for the ‘missing middle’

In September, Vancouver-based residential development company Ginn Group was honored as the Large Business of the Year by the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce — a feat made all the…
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