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Eric LaBrant is congratulated by a supporter at Gaiser Hall, Clark College, in Vancouver Tuesday November 3 , 2015.

LaBrant leads in Port of Vancouver race

Eric LaBrant is congratulated by a supporter at Gaiser Hall, Clark College, in Vancouver Tuesday November 3 , 2015.

November 3, 2015, 10:54pm Business

Voters favored Eric LaBrant as the newest Port of Vancouver commissioner during Tuesday's election, according to early results. Read story

Millennium Bulk Terminals has proposed building a coal export terminal in Longview that could handle up to 44 million metric tons of coal per year. The facility was proposed in 2012 and remains under review.

Overshadowed by oil, coal fight continues

Millennium Bulk Terminals has proposed building a coal export terminal in Longview that could handle up to 44 million metric tons of coal per year. The facility was proposed in 2012 and remains under review.

November 1, 2015, 6:10am Business

A man coughs -- perhaps an embellished cough -- then a female voice-over comes in: "Northwest families are tired of out-of-state CEOs making a buck," she begins, "by pushing risky and polluting projects on local communities." Read story

Construction on a habitat restoration project at La Center Bottoms is winding down, with major work expected to be done next week. Crews added three new channels connecting the East Fork of the Lewis River to the wetland, and realigned an existing channel, shown here.

La Center Bottoms project winding down

Construction on a habitat restoration project at La Center Bottoms is winding down, with major work expected to be done next week. Crews added three new channels connecting the East Fork of the Lewis River to the wetland, and realigned an existing channel, shown here.

October 29, 2015, 6:03am Clark County News

LA CENTER — When the popular trail at La Center Bottoms reopens next week, visitors will notice some changes to the serene natural area outside of town. Read story

Traffic congestion is on the rise in the Vancouver area, according to a state report released Monday. Commuters racked up nearly 52,000 hours in delays in 2014, a 28 percent increase from 2012.

Report: Traffic congestion on the rise in Clark County

Traffic congestion is on the rise in the Vancouver area, according to a state report released Monday. Commuters racked up nearly 52,000 hours in delays in 2014, a 28 percent increase from 2012.

October 26, 2015, 5:09pm Business

File this in the category of news you already knew: Traffic congestion in Clark County is getting worse, according to a new report from the Washington State Department of Transportation. Read story

Archbishop of Seattle J. Peter Sartain, center, helps shovel dirt at a blessing and groundbreaking ceremony Saturday on the future site of Seton Catholic College Preparatory High School in Vancouver. The new building is scheduled to open for next school year in September.

Seton Catholic is set at its new site

Archbishop of Seattle J. Peter Sartain, center, helps shovel dirt at a blessing and groundbreaking ceremony Saturday on the future site of Seton Catholic College Preparatory High School in Vancouver. The new building is scheduled to open for next school year in September.

October 24, 2015, 7:00pm Churches & Religion

After a lot of work, a lot of waiting and a lot of prayer, school leaders said, Vancouver's Seton Catholic College Preparatory High School began building its new home on Saturday. Read story

Vancouver city employee Tony Collins helps Lukas Young, 4, remove a sapling from its pot during a tree-planting in Vancouver on Saturday. The event, coordinated by the Vancouver Watersheds Alliance, was among several in the area that coincided with national Make a Difference Day. (Molly J.

Volunteers dig right in on Make a Difference Day

Vancouver city employee Tony Collins helps Lukas Young, 4, remove a sapling from its pot during a tree-planting in Vancouver on Saturday. The event, coordinated by the Vancouver Watersheds Alliance, was among several in the area that coincided with national Make a Difference Day. (Molly J.

October 24, 2015, 5:51pm Clark County News

National Make a Difference Day, now in its 24th year, encourages people to take part in community service and improve the lives of others. Millions of volunteers were expected to participate across the nation Saturday. Read story

Vancouver police officers investigating a series of smash-and-grab burglaries early Saturday found this car on fire at the 11200 block of Northeast Burton Road.

Police investigate break-ins at cellphone stores

Vancouver police officers investigating a series of smash-and-grab burglaries early Saturday found this car on fire at the 11200 block of Northeast Burton Road.

October 24, 2015, 2:08pm Clark County News

Police are investigating a series of break-ins that targeted cellphone businesses in Vancouver and ended with a stolen car engulfed in flames early Saturday morning. Read story

The tiny wasp known as trissolcus japonicus kills the brown marmorated stink bug by laying eggs inside the stink bug's egg clusters. When the wasp hatches, it eats the stink bug egg from within, killing it, then emerges as an adult wasp. (Courtesy of Elijah Talamas, U.S.

Wasp that attacks stink bugs found in Vancouver

The tiny wasp known as trissolcus japonicus kills the brown marmorated stink bug by laying eggs inside the stink bug's egg clusters. When the wasp hatches, it eats the stink bug egg from within, killing it, then emerges as an adult wasp. (Courtesy of Elijah Talamas, U.S.

October 22, 2015, 6:54pm Clark County Life

A small but feared pest in the Northwest may have an even smaller adversary fighting back, scientists learned after a recent discovery in Vancouver. Read story

The state Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council is reviewing a proposed oil terminal at the Port of Vancouver. The council will ultimately make a recommendation to Gov.

Evaluation council sticks with oil terminal timeline

The state Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council is reviewing a proposed oil terminal at the Port of Vancouver. The council will ultimately make a recommendation to Gov.

October 20, 2015, 7:00pm Business

The state panel reviewing a proposed oil terminal in Vancouver is set to release the project's draft environmental impact statement late next month, despite a renewed call to push the date back. Read story

A Columbian white-tailed deer runs through a field on the Julia Butler Hansen refuge near Cathlamet in 2003. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed down-listing the deer from endangered to threatened.

White-tailed deer could go from ‘endangered’ to ‘threatened’

A Columbian white-tailed deer runs through a field on the Julia Butler Hansen refuge near Cathlamet in 2003. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed down-listing the deer from endangered to threatened.

October 19, 2015, 6:05am Clark County News

After decades of protection under the Endangered Species Act, the Columbian white-tailed deer could be reclassified from “endangered” to “threatened” under a federal proposal. Read story