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Tiffany Martell, left, hugs Denise Yurecko a La Center High School office assistant who used an automated external defibrillator to save Martell's son's life. Triston Martell, then a 15-year-old sophomore, collapsed at La Center High School on May 26 and was saved by five of the school's employees. Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue on Thursday honored those employees for their lifesaving efforts.

5 La Center High School employees honored for saving student

Tiffany Martell, left, hugs Denise Yurecko a La Center High School office assistant who used an automated external defibrillator to save Martell's son's life. Triston Martell, then a 15-year-old sophomore, collapsed at La Center High School on May 26 and was saved by five of the school's employees. Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue on Thursday honored those employees for their lifesaving efforts.

June 25, 2022, 6:01am Clark County Health

Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue honored five La Center High School employees Thursday for jumping into action to save a student’s life after he suffered cardiac arrest on the morning of May 26. Read story

A painting showing of Fort Vancouver around 1845 by Richard Schlect shows a pair of buildings north of the fort, just north of where Fifth Street is today, that were built to educate Indigenous and M?tis (Indigenous and European) children.

Public Archaeology Field School to dig in at Fort Vancouver

A painting showing of Fort Vancouver around 1845 by Richard Schlect shows a pair of buildings north of the fort, just north of where Fifth Street is today, that were built to educate Indigenous and M?tis (Indigenous and European) children.

June 23, 2022, 6:00am Clark County News

A team of students from Portland State University and Washington State University, professional archaeologists and the National Park Service are set to study a former site of a school for Indigenous and Métis children at Fort Vancouver. Read story

Quillian Moro, right, 7, checks out books while Camas School District Superintendent John Anzalone, left, shows Meridian Moro, center, 9, other available books Wednesday when the district's Book MoBus stopped at Helen Baller Elementary School.

Camas School District’s Book MoBus kicks off summer reading program

Quillian Moro, right, 7, checks out books while Camas School District Superintendent John Anzalone, left, shows Meridian Moro, center, 9, other available books Wednesday when the district's Book MoBus stopped at Helen Baller Elementary School.

June 22, 2022, 6:55pm Clark County News

More than 20 children ran around at Helen Baller Elementary School on Wednesday morning, soaking in the sun and playing tag, some with armloads of books. It was the first day of the summer Book MoBus for the Camas School District, serving children from kindergarten through eighth grade. Read story

COVID-19 vaccines for children younger than 5 have already started being administered in some parts of the U.S. The vaccines have just arrived in Clark County.

Clark County kids under 5 can get COVID-19 shots

COVID-19 vaccines for children younger than 5 have already started being administered in some parts of the U.S. The vaccines have just arrived in Clark County.

June 22, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Health

According to Dr. Katie Sharff, chief of infectious disease for Kaiser Permanente Northwest, Americans have lost patience for COVID-19 precautions. And now that mask mandates have been lifted and large events have resumed, cases have started rising again. Read story