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Alina Shcherbakova watches as Joshua Hill plays a video game she created during the school year. Video games and digital apps were on display Saturday at Cascade Park Community Library during Evergreen Public Schools Game Design Expo.

Creativity abounds at gaming expo

Alina Shcherbakova watches as Joshua Hill plays a video game she created during the school year. Video games and digital apps were on display Saturday at Cascade Park Community Library during Evergreen Public Schools Game Design Expo.

June 2, 2018, 10:55pm Clark County News

Turns out it’s pretty easy to lure throngs of teens and elementary school students to the library on a Saturday morning, so long as there are dozens of video games there that they can play for free. Read story

People crowd around the Lifeflight helicopter at the Clark County Fire District 6 open house.

Fire District 6 firefighters give a wet welcome

People crowd around the Lifeflight helicopter at the Clark County Fire District 6 open house.

June 2, 2018, 8:59pm Clark County News

Clark County Fire District 6 held an open house Saturday in Hazel Dell. Read story

Bonneville Power Administration Principal Structural Engineer Leon Kempner walks through Ross Complex in Vancouver.

GOP: Trump administration drops plan to sell BPA

Bonneville Power Administration Principal Structural Engineer Leon Kempner walks through Ross Complex in Vancouver.

May 24, 2018, 11:43am Clark County Business

The Trump administration has dropped its plans to privatize the Bonneville Power Administration, according to Washington’s Republican congressional delegation. Read story

The Vine pulls into Turtle Place in Vancouver on Wednesday afternoon, May 16, 2018.

C-Tran OKs food carts at Turtle Place

The Vine pulls into Turtle Place in Vancouver on Wednesday afternoon, May 16, 2018.

May 16, 2018, 5:04pm Business

Food carts and trucks have become staples of the downtown Vancouver cityscape in recent years, and now C-Tran has added its own property to the list of places where hungry consumers and vendors can meet. Read story

Don Orange purchased a home at 4104 N.E. 35th Ave., as seen Thursday afternoon, soon after the Nov. 7 election.

Port Commissioner Orange has house in District 1

Don Orange purchased a home at 4104 N.E. 35th Ave., as seen Thursday afternoon, soon after the Nov. 7 election.

May 14, 2018, 6:04am Business

As a candidate, Port of Vancouver District 1 Commissioner Don Orange was unapologetic about owning a house outside the port district and renting an apartment within it just so he could run for office. Read story

The Gifford Pinchot National Forest is asking for public input in a process it’s calling recreation site analysis. The agency plans to evaluate its developed recreation sites to determine which ones are most worth investing its limited maintenance resources.

Gifford Pinchot National Forest plans to triage sites

The Gifford Pinchot National Forest is asking for public input in a process it’s calling recreation site analysis. The agency plans to evaluate its developed recreation sites to determine which ones are most worth investing its limited maintenance resources.

May 10, 2018, 5:35pm Clark County News

Budget shortfalls are forcing Gifford Pinchot National Forest officials to triage its developed recreation sites — a process that could lead to some being abandoned. Read story

Vancouver resident and regular C-Tran rider Cathy Chidester of Vancouver boards a Vine bus at the Vancouver Mall Transit Center on Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday marked the first anniversary of The Vine, C-Tran’s bus rapid transit system. Agency officials say The Vine is faster, more efficient and serves more people than the traditional bus route it replaced.

C-Tran makes ‘system tweaks’ to certain routes

Vancouver resident and regular C-Tran rider Cathy Chidester of Vancouver boards a Vine bus at the Vancouver Mall Transit Center on Tuesday afternoon. Tuesday marked the first anniversary of The Vine, C-Tran’s bus rapid transit system. Agency officials say The Vine is faster, more efficient and serves more people than the traditional bus route it replaced.

May 5, 2018, 6:05am Clark County News

C-Tran is making changes to some of its routes that could affect how its passengers get around the community. Read story

Seanette Corkill nominated the California bay tree which stands in her back yard on east 22nd Street to the city of Vancouver’s heritage tree inventory before she and her husband even bought their home. For the first time in about seven years, the city has again opened the nomination process to add more heritage trees.

Vancouver seeks trees of note

Seanette Corkill nominated the California bay tree which stands in her back yard on east 22nd Street to the city of Vancouver’s heritage tree inventory before she and her husband even bought their home. For the first time in about seven years, the city has again opened the nomination process to add more heritage trees.

May 3, 2018, 9:28pm Clark County News

The old California bay tree in Seanette Corkill’s yard towers above her house and has a gravity that’s attracted her kids and others from around the Arnada neighborhood well before she and her husband bought the property. Read story

Firefighters respond to a head-on crash on Washougal River Road in March that killed Joshua Schmid, 21, and seriously injured two others. Schmid, who was reported to be overtaking other cars and crossing the center line before the crash, met a handful of factors state officials say are common in serious collisions. After years of steady declines, serious injury and fatal collisions have gone up in Washington and Clark County.

State zeros in on traffic crashes

Firefighters respond to a head-on crash on Washougal River Road in March that killed Joshua Schmid, 21, and seriously injured two others. Schmid, who was reported to be overtaking other cars and crossing the center line before the crash, met a handful of factors state officials say are common in serious collisions. After years of steady declines, serious injury and fatal collisions have gone up in Washington and Clark County.

April 28, 2018, 6:06am Clark County News

On the evening of March 11, 21-year-old Joshua Schmid veered his Subaru sedan wide in a curve of Washougal River Road and slammed head-on into an oncoming vehicle. Read story

Former BPA employee to seek utility board seat

April 27, 2018, 4:35pm Clark County News

A new candidate has entered the race for the Clark Public Utilities Board of Commissioners, District 1 seat. Read story