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Jan. 27, 2020

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Dimitri Coles, left, speaks with Katelyn Benhoff and Blake Hauser, outreach case managers with Share on Jan. 24 during the annual Point in Time Count. Nathan Howard/The Columbian

Single-day census of homeless slated for Thursday

Every January, the Point in Time count looks to provide a snapshot of homelessness in Clark County and other communities across the country. This year, the single-day census of the…
Clark County News
Brittany Ashworth, owner of Premier Cirque in Hazel Dell, swings during a Saturday trapeze class. She founded the business because she was tired of commuting to classes in Portland. (Samuel Wilson for The Columbian)

Circus arts classes in Hazel Dell gain popularity, offer unique workout

After a couple of tries, Kelley Baker kicked her up leg and hooked it around the bar during her first trapeze class at Premier Cirque in Hazel Dell. Pulling yourself…
Clark County Health
Hibachi lobster and steak at Kyoto Sushi Steakhouse. (Rick Browne)

Kyoto Sushi Steakhouse grills up dinner and a show

If you’re hankering for sushi, love hibachi-grilled food or want a quiet, sit-down Japanese dinner, Kyoto Sushi Steakhouse is the place for you.
Dining Out
Attendees take in an exhibit honoring the history of African Americans in Clark County, part of an event to kick off a commemoration of Black History Month, on Saturday at the Vancouver Community Library. (Calley Hair/The Columbian)

Exhibit explores the African American experience in Vancouver, Northwest

Marcus Lopez, a crew member on the Lady Washington, landed at Tillamook, Ore., in 1788. He’s thought to be the first black man to ever set foot in the Pacific…
Clark County News

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Waste Connections specialists inspect, tag recycling carts for unaccepted items

Jerin Dinkins grabbed an iPad and climbed out of her Waste Connections company car, lifted the lid of a blue recycling cart and took a…


Amazon Web Services’ retail chief explains what it’s like to sell to its parent company’s competitors

When you’re selling cloud computing services to retailers, it can be an advantage and a disadvantage to have Amazon in your name.


Many Washington dairies are struggling after years of trade wars and low milk prices

For fifth-generation dairyman Jeremy Visser, 2014 was a record-breaker. Amid soaring global demand for U.S. milk products, Visser made about $500 on each of the…

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China locking down cities in effort to stop deadly virus

Chinese authorities Thursday moved to lock down three cities with a combined population of more than 18 million in an unprecedented effort to contain the…


Check It Out: Nature books please eye, brain

While standing outside an office building recently, I noted several empty flower beds. Oh, but wait — not empty after all; short green stalks poked…

Nation / World

In a lawless stretch of Mexico, child soldiers as young as 6 are being drafted to fight crime

In a lawless stretch of western Mexico, children as young as 6 years old are taking up arms against organized crime.


Editorial Cartoons, Jan. 26-Feb. 1

In Our View: Legislators must join forces on homelessness

Buscemi: School meals to regress?

Trejo: I donated my kidney to a stranger – and more of us should

Alvarado: Blaine Amendments discriminatory

Should single-use plastic bags be banned?

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