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Morning Press: Washougal shooting; $1M bail in kidnapping, attempted murder; aquaponic farms

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Columbian editor emeritus Lou Brancaccio, left, and Editor Craig Brown pose for a selfie at a Vancouver coffee shop.

From the Newsroom: What will future hold for news?

When two newspaper editors get together for coffee, there is a lot of good conversation. So needless to say, when I met up with my old boss and current friend…
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La Center City Hall (The Columbian files)

3 incumbents, 3 challengers vie for La Center City Council

In La Center, voters will choose between three incumbents and three challengers for seats on the city council. Whether the city should continue to operate its own police force or…
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Washougal physician assistant Scott Miller speaks against COVID-19 safety precautions such as mask mandates and distance-learning during a Camas School Board meeting on May 10, 2021.

Washougal physician assistant’s license suspended over COVID actions

The Washington Medical Commission suspended the license of Washougal pediatric health care provider Scott C. Miller as of Tuesday.

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Eric LaBrant and Greg Seifert are running for Port of Vancouver commissioner.

Vancouver port candidates differ on oil terminal proposalvideo icon

Greg Seifert and incumbent Eric LaBrant are both running for the Port of Vancouver Commission District 2’s six-year term at a time when the port…


An Amazon truck is seen in Philadelphia in April.

U.S. Senators to introduce antitrust legislation after reports say Amazon’s marketplace is unfair to sellers

A bipartisan group of U.S. senators announced Thursday they were introducing additional legislation targeting platforms like Amazon’s marketplace amid news reports that say Amazon swipes…


FILE - In this March 6, 2020 file photo Lori Vallow Daybell glances at the camera during her hearing, in Rexburg, Idaho. Newly released documents from the complex investigation of Daybell, accused of conspiring to kill her children and husband, reveal sordid details of a cult-like belief system of "zombies" and "vibrations", a disintegrating marriage and an affair. Documents from the Chandler Police Department in Arizona offer a detailed look at the lives of Lori and Chad Daybell via text messages, computer files and interviews with close friends and family members.

Police detail cultish beliefs of mom charged in kids’ deaths

Newly released documents from the complex investigation of a woman accused of conspiring to kill her children and husband reveal sordid details of a cult-like…

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