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Fay Blackburn holds a photograph from her wedding to Reid Blackburn, a Columbian photographer who died while covering the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption.

Columbian photographer’s cameras in Space Needle time capsule

Fay Blackburn holds a photograph from her wedding to Reid Blackburn, a Columbian photographer who died while covering the 1980 Mount St. Helens eruption.

September 22, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Life

A time capsule in the Seattle Space Needle to be opened in 2062 will include two cameras that were with Columbian photographer Reid Blackburn when he died in the May 18, 1980, Mount St. Helens eruption. Read story

WSU Clark County Extension's Harvest Celebration Day offers a chance to tour small farms.

Farm out in celebration of harvest in Clark County

WSU Clark County Extension's Harvest Celebration Day offers a chance to tour small farms.

September 20, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Life

If you ever wanted to learn about tractors, touch alpaca fleece or see a long-haired cow, now’s your chance. Read story

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Crash kills 29-year-old Vancouver man

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September 15, 2019, 8:48am Clark County News

Washington State Patrol early today released the names of drivers involved in Saturday evening's fatal head-on crash near Northeast 58th Street and Northeast Fourth Plain Boulevard. Read story

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Chris Nordwall and his company, Rose City Organ Builders, restored the Van Zoeren organ at First Presbyterian Church in Vancouver.

First Presbyterian Church Vancouver to rededicate organ

Chris Nordwall and his company, Rose City Organ Builders, restored the Van Zoeren organ at First Presbyterian Church in Vancouver.

September 13, 2019, 6:03am Churches & Religion

When acclaimed musician Jonas Nordwall played a concert dedicating the organ installed at Vancouver’s First Presbyterian Church in 1983, he never imagined his son would be the one restoring it 36 years later. Read story

Ali Richey, left, and Elaine Hendrix star in “Low Low,” a movie by Vancouver native Nick Richey.

Vancouver filmmaker feeling the high high of ‘Low Low’

Ali Richey, left, and Elaine Hendrix star in “Low Low,” a movie by Vancouver native Nick Richey.

August 29, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Life

Even though he didn’t have the budget to shoot here, Nick Richey knew his writing-directing debut, “Low Low,” had to be set in Vancouver, where he grew up. Read story

Bilge Rats & Pyrettes (Michele Loftus)

Camas hosts art fair, while Pirates in the Park plunders Washougal

Bilge Rats & Pyrettes (Michele Loftus)

August 23, 2019, 6:04am Clark County Life

Avast ye mateys, pirates be on the move. Read story

Staff Sgt. Emily O’Neil, 9th Airlift Squadron flight engineer and 2012 Hudson’s Bay High School graduate, stands by the U.S. flag at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Senior Airman Christopher Quail/U.S.

Hudson’s Bay grad helps Air Force design flight equipment for women

Staff Sgt. Emily O’Neil, 9th Airlift Squadron flight engineer and 2012 Hudson’s Bay High School graduate, stands by the U.S. flag at Dover Air Force Base, Del. Senior Airman Christopher Quail/U.S.

August 23, 2019, 6:00am Clark County Life

Staff Sgt. Emily O’Neil enlisted in the U.S. Air Force after she graduated from Hudson’s Bay High School in 2012. Read story

Bike Skills 101 Camp counselor Aidan Billingsley, 16, teaches participants how to repair bike brakes. He rides his bike to get to school and his summer job.

Bike Clark County programs aim to get kids cycling safely, confidently

Bike Skills 101 Camp counselor Aidan Billingsley, 16, teaches participants how to repair bike brakes. He rides his bike to get to school and his summer job.

August 9, 2019, 6:01am Clark County Health

Aidan Billingsley is old enough to drive but hasn’t learned yet. He uses two wheels, not four, to get where he needs to go — school, the library, his summer job as a counselor at Vancouver’s bike skills camp. Read story

Heather Fisher of Vancouver strives to reduce garbage. She packed her lunch in reusable containers for a picnic at Hockinson Meadows Community Park, but wishes she could take her own containers to fill at the grocery store, a practice currently prohibited by Washington health codes. Proposed revisions would change that.

Vancouver woman striving to toss use of disposables

Heather Fisher of Vancouver strives to reduce garbage. She packed her lunch in reusable containers for a picnic at Hockinson Meadows Community Park, but wishes she could take her own containers to fill at the grocery store, a practice currently prohibited by Washington health codes. Proposed revisions would change that.

August 4, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Life

Heather Fisher works hard to reduce garbage by choosing durable items over disposables. As she enjoyed a picnic in her favorite park on a recent afternoon, she unwrapped a handkerchief folded around her sandwich, and sipped coffee from a stainless-steel mug. Read story