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The tugboat Umatilla pushes two barges past The Port of Portland on the Columbia River near Portland. Columbia Riverkeeper received a share of federal infrastructure funding to reduce toxic pollution in the Columbia River Basin through community education and outreach.

Columbia Riverkeeper gets EPA grant to pay for community education, outreach

The tugboat Umatilla pushes two barges past The Port of Portland on the Columbia River near Portland. Columbia Riverkeeper received a share of federal infrastructure funding to reduce toxic pollution in the Columbia River Basin through community education and outreach.

August 30, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

The Environmental Protection Agency granted Columbia Riverkeeper $125,452 to reduce toxic pollution in the Columbia River Basin by funding community education and outreach. Read story

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Clark College Environmental Action Club frustrated by officials’ response

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August 21, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

Katelyn Sedig joined the Clark College Environmental Action Club last fall when she was approached by the previous president, who noticed she was reading “All We Can Save,” an environmental book focused on solutions to the climate crisis. Read story

Morgan Greco, a 16-year-old Camas High School student, was named Miss America's Outstanding Teen on Aug. 12 in Dallas.

Camas 16-year-old wins Miss America’s Outstanding Teen

Morgan Greco, a 16-year-old Camas High School student, was named Miss America's Outstanding Teen on Aug. 12 in Dallas.

August 19, 2022, 4:07pm Clark County Life

Morgan Greco vividly remembers the moment the crown was hers. She stood at the helm of a silent stage, with 50 other young women standing behind her. The nerves she felt were unmatched. She clutched hands with the other final competitor, Miss D.C., awaiting the final reveal. Read story

People wait in line for the grand reopening of the Clark County Habitat for Humanity Store in east Vancouver. The store offers a variety of home improvement and decor, plus furniture. Proceeds go to affordable housing programs.

Habitat for Humanity Store celebrates grand reopening

People wait in line for the grand reopening of the Clark County Habitat for Humanity Store in east Vancouver. The store offers a variety of home improvement and decor, plus furniture. Proceeds go to affordable housing programs.

August 15, 2022, 5:09pm Clark County News

After more than a year and a half of work, the Clark County Habitat for Humanity ReStore held its grand reopening on Friday. While the store never closed, it now has new leadership, improvements to the facility, updated hours of operation and increasing investment in customer experience. Read story

FILE - Registered pharmacist Sapana Patel holds a bottle of Monkeypox vaccine at a Pop-Up Monkeypox vaccination site on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2022, in West Hollywood, Calif.

Clark County has 3 cases of monkeypox

FILE - Registered pharmacist Sapana Patel holds a bottle of Monkeypox vaccine at a Pop-Up Monkeypox vaccination site on Wednesday, Aug. 3, 2022, in West Hollywood, Calif.

August 10, 2022, 3:03pm Clark County Health

Clark County now has three cases of human monkeypox virus, after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention declared it a public health emergency. There are a total of 213 cases in Washington, according to the Washington State Department of Health MPV tracker. Read story

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Clark County residents with eating disorders struggle to find help

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August 7, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

Despite end of COVID lockdowns, Clark County residents with anorexia, other conditions struggle to find help Read story

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Advocates in Washington strive to destigmatize mental health, eating disorders

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August 7, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Health

Although eating disorders have increased during the pandemic, the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Washington and other organizations are working to destigmatize mental health and refer those who need treatment to eating disorder specialty care. NAMI is a grassroots mental health organization that works with local affiliates in communities… Read story

Resident Stephen Ingroum talks about his experiences in a skilled nursing rehabilitation facility during the COVID-19 pandemic at The Oaks at Timberline in Vancouver.

Services helping Clark County seniors reconnect

Resident Stephen Ingroum talks about his experiences in a skilled nursing rehabilitation facility during the COVID-19 pandemic at The Oaks at Timberline in Vancouver.

August 5, 2022, 6:05am Clark County Health

Stephen Ingroum sits in his electric wheelchair in the sunny courtyard at The Oaks at Timberline Rehabilitation Center in Vancouver. Others stroll around the courtyard, soaking in the sun and getting some exercise — it’s one of the few ways residents like Ingroum can socialize and breathe fresh air. Read story

People cool off in the basement of St. Paul Lutheran Church in downtown Vancouver. "People have been coming and going," said Gerri Hiller, a longtime volunteer at the church. "Some of the guys come, but some of them don't. You can't force them.

Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office confirms 1 heat-related death

People cool off in the basement of St. Paul Lutheran Church in downtown Vancouver. "People have been coming and going," said Gerri Hiller, a longtime volunteer at the church. "Some of the guys come, but some of them don't. You can't force them.

August 3, 2022, 6:23pm Clark County Health

The Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office has determined that at least one person died as a result of July’s heat wave in the Pacific Northwest. Read story

82-year-old accused in Woodland shooting

August 3, 2022, 12:47pm Clark County News

Woodland police have referred charges against an 82-year-old man in connection with a July 27 shooting at Horseshoe Lake Mobile Home Park. When police arrived at the scene, they found the suspect on the ground, fallen from his motorized wheelchair, with blood on the street. Read story