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Paddle boarder drowns at Frenchman’s Bar

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July 18, 2022, 10:09pm Clark County News

A 30-year-old paddle boarder from Hillsboro, Ore., drowned in the Columbia River at Frenchman's Bar Regional Park about 4 p.m. Monday Read story

The Vancouver Fire Department was dispatched to the northbound on ramp to I-5 for a rollover accident involving a tanker truck.

Tanker rolls, coats Mill Plain with black goo

The Vancouver Fire Department was dispatched to the northbound on ramp to I-5 for a rollover accident involving a tanker truck.

July 18, 2022, 7:53pm Clark County News

A loaded tanker truck rolled over at the northbound onramp to Interstate 5 at Mill Plain Boulevard Monday, covering the roadway surface with black goo. Read story

The Columbian's new election landing page is at columbian.com/elections.

From the Newsroom: Gearing up for election season

The Columbian's new election landing page is at columbian.com/elections.

July 16, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

Shortly after last year’s general election, Publisher Ben Campbell challenged us to improve the election page on our website. Read story

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From the Newsroom: Why I’m celebrating summer

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July 9, 2022, 6:01am Clark County News

I’ve been waiting months for summer. No, I am not going on a cruise to Alaska, nor visiting all the major league ballparks. Read story

From the Newsroom: Even on slow days, we’re busy

June 25, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

Although news is never routine, I would say that the last few weeks have been typical for Clark County and for The Columbian. There has been a decent amount of news, and our newsroom has been close to fully staffed. Read story

Assistant News Editor Colleen Keller is the newest member of The Columbian’s Editorial Board.

From the Newsroom: Journalists still like their jobs

Assistant News Editor Colleen Keller is the newest member of The Columbian’s Editorial Board.

June 18, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

It’s been said for a few years now that news reporter is one of the worst jobs in America. News reporters can expect low pay, weird hours, constant pressure, public criticism and the constant threat of getting laid off as media outlets cut back. Read story

Evergreen Public Schools adds fourth summer meals site

June 18, 2022, 5:58am Clark County Health

Evergreen Public Schools has added a fourth site to its summer meals program. All children ages 1 to 18, regardless if they attend an Evergreen school, are eligible to participate. Individuals older than 18 who are physically or mentally disabled and participating in a school program for students with disabilities… Read story

Evergreen Public Schools announces summer meals program

June 17, 2022, 5:16am Clark County News

Evergreen Public Schools has announced its summer meals program, which offers free breakfast and lunch to children during summer vacation. Read story

Paramedic Capt. Eric Lawrence of Clark-Cowlitz Fire-Rescue works at the scene of a house fire on Northeast 255th Street Thursday afternoon. Three people were displaced.

House fire displaces 3 near Dollars Corner

Paramedic Capt. Eric Lawrence of Clark-Cowlitz Fire-Rescue works at the scene of a house fire on Northeast 255th Street Thursday afternoon. Three people were displaced.

June 16, 2022, 6:43pm Clark County News

Two adults and a child were displaced and several pets were missing after a house fire Thursday afternoon. Read story

Callie Christensen, co-CEO of Slumberkins, talks about the challenges facing her business this year during the annual Economic Forecast Breakfast at the Hilton Vancouver Washington. Other panelists were Esther Liu of LSW Architects and Scott Bailey of the state Employment Security Department.

Keynote speaker at economic forecast event lauds Clark County’s recovery

Callie Christensen, co-CEO of Slumberkins, talks about the challenges facing her business this year during the annual Economic Forecast Breakfast at the Hilton Vancouver Washington. Other panelists were Esther Liu of LSW Architects and Scott Bailey of the state Employment Security Department.

June 2, 2022, 7:04pm Business

Gas prices are too high. Housing is in short supply. Consumer confidence is falling. Read story