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A two-alarm fire at Maaco, 2735 N.E. Andresen Road, did heavy damage to the building on Wednesday night.

Two-alarm fire strikes Vancouver auto body shop

A two-alarm fire at Maaco, 2735 N.E. Andresen Road, did heavy damage to the building on Wednesday night.

April 7, 2021, 10:41pm Clark County News

A fire at a Vancouver auto body shop quickly grew to two alarms Wednesday evening. Read story

Firefighters respond to a house fire Wednesday afternoon on Northwest 34th Avenue in Felida.

Cats pulled from house fire in Felida

Firefighters respond to a house fire Wednesday afternoon on Northwest 34th Avenue in Felida.

April 7, 2021, 7:30pm Clark County News

A cat and some kittens were rescued from a Felida house fire Wednesday afternoon, although several others perished. Read story

For more than a year, The Columbian has run a roundup of COVID-19 numbers on A1.

From the Newsroom: What will happen when virus fades?

For more than a year, The Columbian has run a roundup of COVID-19 numbers on A1.

March 27, 2021, 6:02am Clark County News

If you know much about me, you know that I am a proud alumnus of Washington State University. Having attended high school 15 miles away from the Pullman campus, is it any surprise I’ve been a Coug most of my life? Read story

Decades of issues of The Columbian can be found on microfilm in the archives.

From the Newsroom: Access to our attic is limited

Decades of issues of The Columbian can be found on microfilm in the archives.

March 20, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

I got a call this week from a board member of the League of Women Voters. She’s working on a project about political candidates in the 1970s and wanted some information. I regretfully told her I didn’t think I could help. I wish I could, but this problem is going… Read story

Anna Miller of Vancouver takes in the view during a scenic skate along the Waterfront Renaissance Trail on Monday afternoon. The area is also popular with walkers, runners, boat enthusiasts and cyclists. Forbes named Vancouver the No. 2 place in America to visit during the pandemic.

From the Newsroom: Taking stock of readers’ interests

Anna Miller of Vancouver takes in the view during a scenic skate along the Waterfront Renaissance Trail on Monday afternoon. The area is also popular with walkers, runners, boat enthusiasts and cyclists. Forbes named Vancouver the No. 2 place in America to visit during the pandemic.

March 13, 2021, 6:02am Clark County News

Last year was a crazy busy year for news. I am sure you noticed! Read story

From the Newsroom: What’s new? No comment

February 27, 2021, 6:02am Clark County News

After I agreed to be photographed for my senior portrait in a chocolate brown leisure suit, a decision I regret to this day, I learned not to be a slave to fashionable trends. What everyone is doing one day may someday look as bad as that satin shirt I wore… Read story

The finalists are Camas School District Superintendent Jeff Snell, right, and Kenneth (Chris) Hurst, superintendent of the Othello School District in Adams County.

Vancouver Public Schools narrows search for superintendent

The finalists are Camas School District Superintendent Jeff Snell, right, and Kenneth (Chris) Hurst, superintendent of the Othello School District in Adams County.

February 25, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

Vancouver Public Schools has narrowed its search to two finalists, one of whom may be offered the job as soon as next week. Read story

Battle Ground high-schoolers to return to class

February 25, 2021, 5:56am Clark County News

Battle Ground Public Schools will bring high school students into the classroom for hybrid learning beginning the week of March 15, according to a Wednesday announcement. Read story

PeaceHealth scholarship honors homicide victim

February 23, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

Vancouver-based PeaceHealth has established a scholarship in memory of Liliya Zagariya, the employee who was killed by a disgruntled patient Dec. 22 at a Vancouver medical office. Read story

Parker McFadden of Asplundh lens a hand after a tree toppled power lines, knocked out power and closed Northeast 114th Avenue in both directions to traffic following an ice storm Monday morning, Feb. 15, 2021.

From the Newsroom: Some changes for the better

Parker McFadden of Asplundh lens a hand after a tree toppled power lines, knocked out power and closed Northeast 114th Avenue in both directions to traffic following an ice storm Monday morning, Feb. 15, 2021.

February 20, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

A few weeks ago, I wrote a column about why the weekday comics and some other news pages were temporarily being printed just in black instead of in full color. It came down to the timing of a shipment of press plates. We have recently increased our volume of plate… Read story