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James Matthew Kelly made a first appearance in Clark County Superior Court in an assault case in June 2018. He was sentenced to 5 1/2  years in prison Thursday after pleading guilty to second- and third-degree assault.

Vancouver man gets 5-plus years for assaulting stranger, Clark County deputy

A 37-year-old Vancouver man was sentenced Wednesday to 5½ years in prison for assaulting a Brush Prairie man and then fighting a Clark County sheriff’s deputy who responded to the…
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Source: Washington State Employment Security Department

‘Dramatic decline’ in initial jobless claims in Clark County, Washington

Clark County’s initial unemployment insurance claims show the largest week-over-week drop since the pandemic began, down 63.3 percent.
FILE - In this April 10, 2020 file photo, Missael Lopez, left, and Laura McIlrath Riel bundle asparagus at McIlrath Family Farm stand in Yakima, Wash., during the coronavirus outbreak.

Washington: New COVID-19 farm rules, broad nursing home tests

Employers must provide agricultural workers with face masks, more hand-washing stations and more frequently disinfect work surfaces under new coronavirus rules established Thursday by Washington Gov. Jay Inslee.

15 new COVID-19 cases reported; 13 linked to Firestone outbreak

Clark County Public Health confirmed 15 COVID-19 cases Thursday morning, with 13 of the cases linked to the outbreak at Firestone Pacific Foods in Vancouver. The cases connected to Firestone…

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