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Nancy Barnes and Don Steinke will advance to the general election Public Utility District No. 1 of Clark County Commissioner, District No. 2.

Barnes, Steinke advance in Clark Public Utilities board race

Nancy Barnes and Don Steinke will advance to the general election Public Utility District No. 1 of Clark County Commissioner, District No. 2.

August 2, 2022, 9:33pm Clark County News

Nancy Barnes and Don Steinke advanced to the general election for Clark Public Utilities District commissioner District 2. Read story

An abandoned ship, foreground, is seen in the Columbia River near Jantzen Beach, Ore., as the American Pride riverboat cruises past Vancouver.

Sunken ships in Columbia River create watery conundrum

An abandoned ship, foreground, is seen in the Columbia River near Jantzen Beach, Ore., as the American Pride riverboat cruises past Vancouver.

July 25, 2022, 6:00am Clark County News

Two boat masts sticking out of the Columbia River, near the Interstate 5 Bridge, stand like headstones as a reminder of the sunken vessels that once floated there for about 16 years. Read story

Share kitchen assistant Maddie May loads coolers with ice packs at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Vancouver. The organization is helping low-income students get proper nutrition in the summer.

Share Vancouver strives to ensure children, others in need have access to food during summer

Share kitchen assistant Maddie May loads coolers with ice packs at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Vancouver. The organization is helping low-income students get proper nutrition in the summer.

July 23, 2022, 6:01am Churches & Religion

Volunteers enter St. Joseph Catholic Church as early as 7 a.m. every weekday to prepare 400 meals for students during the summertime. Read story

Jason Zellman and Luci Haning are seeing a 150 percent monthly rate increase from the landlords of the house they rent.

Clark County’s rising rents lead to despair

Jason Zellman and Luci Haning are seeing a 150 percent monthly rate increase from the landlords of the house they rent.

July 21, 2022, 6:01am Business

Jason Zellman and Luci Haning have no idea where they’re going to live next. Read story

Trucks commonly use the Interstate 5 Bridge, but frequent congestion slows movement of freight.

Portland City Council, Port of Portland unanimously vote for I-5 Bridge plan

Trucks commonly use the Interstate 5 Bridge, but frequent congestion slows movement of freight.

July 13, 2022, 4:30pm Business

The Portland City Council and the Port of Portland have each voted to move the Interstate Bridge Replacement Program’s modified locally preferred alternative plan forward, bringing the early draft — with plenty of room for changes — closer to the environmental testing phase. Read story

Greyson Gravelle, 5, left, and his brother Keegan Gravelle, 8, cool off on a hot Monday afternoon in Vancouver Lake. With temperatures expected to crack the mid-90s, Vancouver denizens flocked to area rivers and lakes for relief.

Summer turns up the heat in Clark County

Greyson Gravelle, 5, left, and his brother Keegan Gravelle, 8, cool off on a hot Monday afternoon in Vancouver Lake. With temperatures expected to crack the mid-90s, Vancouver denizens flocked to area rivers and lakes for relief.

July 11, 2022, 6:20pm Clark County News

Warm weather has finally arrived in the Pacific Northwest, with highs in the 80s forecast all week long. Monday afternoon reached to the mid-90s. David Bishop with the National Weather Service said that the Pacific Northwest has officially entered the summer season, with consistent high temperatures in Oregon’s Willamette Valley. Read story

Portland State University student Joshua Haupt, left, scoops dirt into a bucket while Portland State University student Patty Patterson digs in the ground Tuesday during Archaeology Field School at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

Archaeology students aim to determine if Fort Vancouver National Historic Site was used for schools

Portland State University student Joshua Haupt, left, scoops dirt into a bucket while Portland State University student Patty Patterson digs in the ground Tuesday during Archaeology Field School at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

July 5, 2022, 7:56pm Clark County News

More than 20 college students kneeled in the warm July heat, sifting through small square holes in the freshly dug ground on the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, searching for nails, ceramic remnants and other relics from the past. Read story

Motorists navigate the intersection of Northeast 179th Street and Northeast 29th Avenue, one of two intersections planned for improvements in the county Northeast 179th Street project. A large development of almost 300 apartments is under construction about 10 blocks west of the intersection.

2nd phase added to 179th Street apartment complex project

Motorists navigate the intersection of Northeast 179th Street and Northeast 29th Avenue, one of two intersections planned for improvements in the county Northeast 179th Street project. A large development of almost 300 apartments is under construction about 10 blocks west of the intersection.

July 4, 2022, 3:50pm Business

Vance Development and Capstone Partners are adding a second phase to their apartment complex under construction off Northeast 179th Street east of Interstate 5. Read story

"I'm fighting as hard as I can to deliver a landmark investment in climate action and clean energy to President Biden's desk as soon as possible," U.S. Sen. Patty Murray said in a statement regarding the Supreme Court's ruling limiting the reach of EPA.

UW professor: Supreme Court ruling is setback for efforts to fight climate change

"I'm fighting as hard as I can to deliver a landmark investment in climate action and clean energy to President Biden's desk as soon as possible," U.S. Sen. Patty Murray said in a statement regarding the Supreme Court's ruling limiting the reach of EPA.

July 3, 2022, 6:15am Clark County News

Last week’s U.S. Supreme Court ruling against the Environmental Protection Agency’s ability to regulate greenhouse gas emissions will not harm Washington’s ability to forge its own path in seeking carbon reductions, according to a professor of environmental law at Washington State University. However, Sanne Knudsen said Friday, the ruling will… Read story

Vancouver kids Addy Bugge, 3, from left, joins Elizabeth White Eyes, 7, and Kai Sabanovic, 6, to beat the heat in the water feature at The Waterfront Vancouver on Monday afternoon. Forecasters predict cooler weather on the way.

Clark County heats up

Vancouver kids Addy Bugge, 3, from left, joins Elizabeth White Eyes, 7, and Kai Sabanovic, 6, to beat the heat in the water feature at The Waterfront Vancouver on Monday afternoon. Forecasters predict cooler weather on the way.

June 27, 2022, 6:16pm Clark County News

After weeks of on-and-off rain, the Pacific Northwest finally has some heat. Read story