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John Veneruso flies a drone at his home in the Felida neighborhood north of Vancouver city limits. The hobbyist is careful to comply with Federal Aviation Administration regulations.

Eyes in the sky? Make sure you know FAA regulations when flying drones — or risk being finedvideo icon

John Veneruso flies a drone at his home in the Felida neighborhood north of Vancouver city limits. The hobbyist is careful to comply with Federal Aviation Administration regulations.

November 11, 2023, 6:13am Clark County Life

Drones buzzing in the skies above Clark County may have piqued your interest in the hobby. If you’re thinking of buying a drone or giving one as gift during the coming holiday season, you’d better study up on the red tape that comes with it. Read story

Gemé Art sells a selection of prints and artworks, along with its paper tole and custom framing offerings.

‘Hidden treasures for everybody’: Gemé Art a downtown Vancouver icon

Gemé Art sells a selection of prints and artworks, along with its paper tole and custom framing offerings.

November 4, 2023, 6:13am Business

When Gemé Art opened in downtown Vancouver in 1978, the business shared the intersection of Columbia and Sixth streets with Lucky Lager brewery and a Greyhound bus station. Read story

Calvin McCarthy of 7th Street Productions directs during filming of "Insidious Inferno" at a house in Vader in 2022.

Nightmare on 7th Street: Vancouver natives create ‘bad movies for bad people’

Calvin McCarthy of 7th Street Productions directs during filming of "Insidious Inferno" at a house in Vader in 2022.

October 28, 2023, 6:13am Clark County Life

Two childhood friends from Vancouver dreamed of growing up to make horror movies together. Now they’re doing just that — and attracting national attention. Read story

Vancouver resident Mike Myers, who recently recovered the drag car he raced in his 20s, says handling these rocket-like vehicles is more about aiming than driving.

Rebuilt for speed: Vancouver man reunites with racing car after 45 years

Vancouver resident Mike Myers, who recently recovered the drag car he raced in his 20s, says handling these rocket-like vehicles is more about aiming than driving.

September 28, 2023, 6:03am Clark County Life

Mike Myers last raced his drag car on Jan. 1, 1978. He sold it soon afterward. Read story

After The Historic Trust purchased Providence Academy in 2015, it began restoration.

Shaking off controversies, Historic Trust refocuses on its mission as 25th anniversary approaches

After The Historic Trust purchased Providence Academy in 2015, it began restoration.

September 26, 2023, 6:03am Clark County Life

The organization that holds the keys to some of Vancouver’s most iconic historical properties will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Oct. 12. Read story

Campers Navaea Galang, 13, from left, and Lilee Foltz, 14, of Vancouver join counselor Kayla Laird, yellow scarf, as she shares a hug with camper Kaitlin Gregersen, 13, of Washougal at Merry Heart Children's Camp.

Clark County kids with heart defects can be kids at Merry Heart Children’s Camp

Campers Navaea Galang, 13, from left, and Lilee Foltz, 14, of Vancouver join counselor Kayla Laird, yellow scarf, as she shares a hug with camper Kaitlin Gregersen, 13, of Washougal at Merry Heart Children's Camp.

September 2, 2023, 6:10am Clark County Health

Kids born with heart defects rarely meet others like them. Merry Heart Children’s Camp gives them that chance. Read story

Breast cancer survivors sought for Columbian’s annual special section

August 30, 2023, 6:05am Breast Cancer

Who better to offer advice to women receiving breast cancer diagnoses than those who have already walked the path? Read story

Artist Ron Lee Christianson examines a custom computer case at Blue Horse Studios in Vancouver.

That’s a computer? Vancouver’s Blue Horse Studios builds out of this world PCs

Artist Ron Lee Christianson examines a custom computer case at Blue Horse Studios in Vancouver.

August 26, 2023, 6:10am Business

The PCs that Ron Lee Christianson builds don’t look like computers at all. Read story

Crowds fill the main midway during the final day of the Clark County Fair in 2019. A total of 251,000 attended during the 10 days of that year's fair. When the fair returned in 2022 after the pandemic, attendance climbed 14 percent to 285,500.

Clark County Fair stays true to roots with rides, food, farm-themed activities

Crowds fill the main midway during the final day of the Clark County Fair in 2019. A total of 251,000 attended during the 10 days of that year's fair. When the fair returned in 2022 after the pandemic, attendance climbed 14 percent to 285,500.

August 3, 2023, 6:30am Clark County Life

Prices are up and free pancakes are out, but the slogan for this year’s Clark County Fair promises that it’s still “where farm meets fun.” Read story

Felida resident Rich Marsee bicycles to Vancouver Lake on Tuesday. He rides six days a week to raise money for Share and FISH Vancouver, agencies that helped his son, Scott, when he was homeless. Scott died in 2022.

Felida father bicycles through grief after death of son

Felida resident Rich Marsee bicycles to Vancouver Lake on Tuesday. He rides six days a week to raise money for Share and FISH Vancouver, agencies that helped his son, Scott, when he was homeless. Scott died in 2022.

July 22, 2023, 6:10am Clark County Life

When Rich Marsee sees people living on the street, he thinks of his son, Scott, who died last year at 41 after a long struggle with alcohol, drugs and homelessness. Read story