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Jazzy Shepard, left, spars with Kaela Meeham at Orion Fencing on Sunday afternoon. Orion Fencing in Orchards held a free open house over the weekend.

Coach has a point to make about fencing

Jazzy Shepard, left, spars with Kaela Meeham at Orion Fencing on Sunday afternoon. Orion Fencing in Orchards held a free open house over the weekend.

December 30, 2018, 9:38pm Clark County News

Justin Meehan, the head coach at Orion Fencing, dreams of seeing varsity-level fencing in every high school in the Greater St. Helens League, and he wants to help make that happen. Read story

People browse the aisles at a fireworks stand benefiting the Brush Prairie Baptist Church Revolution Student Center at NE 63rd Street and NE Andresen Road on Sunday July 1, 2012.

New Year’s Eve fireworks rules in Clark County differ depending on area

People browse the aisles at a fireworks stand benefiting the Brush Prairie Baptist Church Revolution Student Center at NE 63rd Street and NE Andresen Road on Sunday July 1, 2012.

December 29, 2018, 6:57pm Clark County News

The Earth will have once again orbited the sun by midnight Monday, and county residents wishing to mark the occasion with fireworks can avoid an unpleasant exchange with a fire marshal, or a steep ticket, with a refresher on local fireworks regulations. Read story

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Statewide 911 malfunctions reach Clark County

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December 27, 2018, 9:24pm Clark County News

Statewide phone network outages are also causing problems at Clark County's 911 service, Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency warned Thursday night, and the agency said callers with emergencies should instead dial 360-693-3111. Read story

No injuries after driver strikes trooper’s SUV on I-205

December 27, 2018, 7:40pm Clark County News

A driver struck a Washington state trooper’s SUV Thursday morning after the trooper had pulled over behind a disabled vehicle on Interstate 205, according to the Washington State Patrol. Read story

Vancouver police officers and firefighters pose for snapshots Sunday after delivering presents to the Pierro family, whose 6-year old daughter, Kierra, nearly died when she collapsed with cardiac arrest the weekend before Thanksgiving.

Responders bring gifts to 6-year-old girl a month after cardiac arrest call

Vancouver police officers and firefighters pose for snapshots Sunday after delivering presents to the Pierro family, whose 6-year old daughter, Kierra, nearly died when she collapsed with cardiac arrest the weekend before Thanksgiving.

December 23, 2018, 10:03pm Clark County News

Police officers, medics and firefighters made a surprise visit to the Pierro family in east Vancouver on Sunday afternoon, bearing gifts and well-wishes that the rest of family’s holiday season will be as uneventful as possible, as a change of pace. Read story

Camas man accused of engaging in coercion, enticement of minor

December 19, 2018, 6:19pm Clark County News

A Camas man who works for the Washington County, Ore., Sheriff’s Office made his first appearance Wednesday in federal court, where he’s accused of engaging in the coercion and enticement of a minor and distributing child pornography, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Oregon. Read story

Oliver Deligio-Busha, 6, and his mother, Cath Busha, look out over Whipple Creek as they join the festivities commemorating the opening of a new Northeast 10th Avenue bridge over Whipple Creek south of the fairgrounds. Busha said they live nearby and have been watching the construction and progress for the last year.

Ribbon cut on Northeast 10th Avenue bridge over Whipple Creek

Oliver Deligio-Busha, 6, and his mother, Cath Busha, look out over Whipple Creek as they join the festivities commemorating the opening of a new Northeast 10th Avenue bridge over Whipple Creek south of the fairgrounds. Busha said they live nearby and have been watching the construction and progress for the last year.

December 18, 2018, 6:20pm Clark County News

Clark County staff, contractors, elected officials and community members gathered Tuesday south of Ridgefield to commemorate a new bridge over Whipple Creek, which will tie together Northeast 10th Avenue between Northeast 154th and 164th streets once it opens to traffic in the next few weeks. Read story

Museum guest Carmel Rosa, with son Owen Thorn, look at artifacts on display at the Devil-ish Little Things Museum in Rose Village on Sunday afternoon.

Detail’s in the devils in Vancouver woman’s museum-home

Museum guest Carmel Rosa, with son Owen Thorn, look at artifacts on display at the Devil-ish Little Things Museum in Rose Village on Sunday afternoon.

December 16, 2018, 9:53pm Clark County News

Carmel Rosa and Mark Anthony Rosa, with their two infant sons, posed for photos with Krampus, the Central European folk monster who punishes misbehaving children, beside a black Christmas tree festooned with devil ornaments during their visit to the Devil-ish Little Things Museum in Rose Village on Sunday. Read story

A pedestrian strolls through the rain along tree-lined streets in the Hough neighborhood March 13.

Storm to bring heavy rainfall, possible flooding

A pedestrian strolls through the rain along tree-lined streets in the Hough neighborhood March 13.

December 16, 2018, 9:09pm Clark County News

What forecasters described as what might be the strongest storm this season is expected to hit Southwest Washington and Northwest Oregon later Monday, bringing gusty winds, heavy rain and even some flooding to the region for the first few days of the week. Read story

Smoke from mattress fire fills apartment

December 13, 2018, 9:18pm Clark County News

The Red Cross responded to help a family of six after a mattress in their apartment caught fire Thursday afternoon, filling the residence with smoke. Read story