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Stacey Condren looks over a broken gnome along The Gnome Trail, which was extensively vandalized recently. Top left: Stacey Condren and her husband installed this sign and the first small party of gnomes near the west end of the Burnt Bridge Creek Greenway Trail.

Vandals destroyed a Gnome Trail in Hazel Dell; now the masterminds are looking for help to rebuild

Wanted, to repopulate the woods after a wave of senseless destruction: gnomes, fairies, elves and other magical minifigs, brave and true, to face down the mysterious menace.
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Patrick Swayze is Dalton, the cool-headed barroom bouncer who finds himself fighting against more than he bargained for when he is hired to clean up a rowdy nightclub in United Artists' hard-hitting 1989 action film "Road House." (Peter Sorel/United Artists Pictures)

‘Be nice’: Kiggins Theatre, Brothers Cascadia Brewing collaborate for 35th anniversary of cult-classic ‘Road House’

For people who love the film “Road House,” it isn’t just a movie but a way of being. I’m not talking about the recent Jake Gyllenhaal remake or the 1948…
Callum Brown of the Vancouver Lake Rowing Club, left, talks with Jamie Phelps while taking part in the USRowing Northwest Youth Championships at Vancouver Lake on Friday morning.

Youth pull together at Vancouver Lake: Regional rowing championships continue through weekend

Rowers from across the region traveled to Vancouver Lake Park on Friday to compete for a chance to qualify for the June national championships.
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Salvador Aguilar, 31, appears Friday in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of first-degree assault and theft of a motor vehicle. He&rsquo;s accused of stabbing a woman who was sitting outside a Clark College building.

Bail set at $500,000 for suspect in stabbing at Clark College

A judge set bail at $500,000 for a Vancouver man accused of stabbing a Clark College employee in the neck Tuesday while she sat outside a campus building.
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Man indicted in Oregon in three women’s deaths, including one found dead in Clark County

A Multnomah County, Ore., grand jury Thursday indicted a man on murder charges in the deaths of three woman, including one whose body was found…


Traffic drives in view of a massive Boeing Co. production plant, where images of jets decorate the hangar doors, Friday, April 23, 2021, in Everett, Wash. .

Ex-Boeing engineer sidelined after a 787 critique defends troubled plane

At a U.S. Senate hearing last month, a Boeing whistleblower claimed that small gaps in Boeing’s 787 Dreamliner could cause a catastrophic accident. The following…


Even though you can't drive to Johnston Ridge Observatory this summer because a landslide has blocked the road, there's still plenty of other attractions at Mount St. Helens.

Could a WA volcano erupt again in our lifetime? What would happen and how you can prepare

The most destructive volcanic eruption in United States history happened less than half a century ago in Washington.

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Revac Banfield of Columbia River wins the boys 100 meters at the 2A District 4 track and field championships at Tumwater High School on Friday, May 17, 2024.

2A district track: Revac Banfield aggravates quad injury after posting two wins for Columbia River

Paris Ackerman of Hudson’s Bay felt like she was right where she needed to be headed into next week’s meet.


FILE - Thousands of protesters march around the Arizona Capitol in protest after the Supreme Court decision to overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade abortion decision Friday, June 24, 2022, in Phoenix. The U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade has legal advocates, prosecutors and residents of red states facing a legal morass created by decades of often conflicting anti-abortion legislation. In Arizona, Republicans are fighting among themselves over whether a 121-year-old anti-abortion law that precedes statehood should be enforced over a 2022 version. (AP Photo/Ross D.

Medical residents are increasingly avoiding states with abortion restrictions

Isabella Rosario Blum was wrapping up medical school and considering residency programs to become a family practice physician when she got some frank advice: If…

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Dr. Troy Dreiling in a screen shot from a video on his YouTube channel.

Four women suing chiropractic clinic in Vancouver and its owner for alleged sexual harassment

Four female former employees of a Vancouver chiropractic clinic are suing their former employer and an Arizona-based chiropractic consultant for alleged sexual harassment and sex…

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Doses of naloxone are typically stored at the nurses' station in schools around the district and every security officer carries at least one dose on their person.

Thousands of free opioid overdose reversal kits headed to Washington

Washington residents can now order free life-saving opioid overdose reversal kits through the mail, the state attorney general's office announced this week.


Born in Albany, Ore., in 1863, Minnie Mossman Hill was only about 19 years old when she was licensed to pilot a steamship after learning the trade from her husband, Charles. She was the first female west of the Mississippi River to captain a steamship.

Clark County History: Minnie Hill captained steamers on the Columbia and Willamette rivers

When Minnie Mossman married Charles Hill in 1883, she signed on as a life mate and as first mate on his steamer. Minnie Mossman Hill…

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From left: San Bernardino County Fire Engineer Jeff Garcia, Capt. Dan Tellez, standing, paramedic Brian Bement, EMT Ray Barron and paramedic Eric Butikofer, right, with San Bernardino County Fire Protection District Station 53 in Baker, stabilize a car accident victim who was thrown from her vehicle along I-15 at Mountain Pass in Nipton.

A lonely desert fire station, the only lifeline for millions of Vegas travelers

The rain was pounding in the Mojave Desert on the Saturday before Easter when the first call came in about a crash along Interstate 15.…

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