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Motorcyclist dies in Skamania County wreck Friday

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May 16, 2021, 9:45am Clark County News

An 18-year-old Vancouver man died Friday in a motorcycle wreck on Highway 14 in Skamania County, according to a Washington State Patrol report. Read story

Richard Moody, 75, left, and his husband, Carl Caspersen, walk near their home in southeast Vancouver. Moody, who has lived 26 years with a transplanted heart, is careful to lead a healthy lifestyle and walks daily.

Connective tissue: Vancouver man celebrates transplant anniversary, friendship with donor’s family

Richard Moody, 75, left, and his husband, Carl Caspersen, walk near their home in southeast Vancouver. Moody, who has lived 26 years with a transplanted heart, is careful to lead a healthy lifestyle and walks daily.

May 16, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Health

For 26 years and ticking, Vancouver resident Richard Moody has been living on borrowed time. He’ll mark the anniversary of his heart transplant on Monday. Read story

STASHA's bingo challenge aims to help teens cope and continues through May 20.

Bingo challenge aims to help Clark County teens develop coping skills

STASHA's bingo challenge aims to help teens cope and continues through May 20.

April 27, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Health

A group of Clark County teens hope a lighthearted game of bingo will help their peers cope with pandemic stress. Read story

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Wreck on I-5 near Castle Rock kills 3

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April 24, 2021, 9:30pm Clark County News

A car accident on Interstate 5 near Castle Rock killed three people and injured two others Saturday morning, according to the Washington State Patrol. Read story

A rehabilitating squirrel traverses the wire fencing in an enclosure on a Squirrel Refuge volunteer's property in the Proebstel area north of Camas.

Clark County Squirrel Refuge carries on

A rehabilitating squirrel traverses the wire fencing in an enclosure on a Squirrel Refuge volunteer's property in the Proebstel area north of Camas.

March 28, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Life

When squirrels have babies in autumn and now in spring, sometimes those babies fall out of the nest. Their mothers often retrieve them, but not always. They might be eaten by a hungry coyote, hawk or cat. Or they might be found by humans. Read story

Adriane Savelli, one of the organizers of the nonprofit Vancouver Tool Library, from left, joins Scarlett Oakes, 5, Joe Beaudoin, Allonah Podvin, Roman Garrison and David Hagan at the former Joe's Place Farms earlier this month. The group was looking over items that Beaudoin donated and is storing until the tool library finds a location.

Vancouver Tool Library looking for permanent home

Adriane Savelli, one of the organizers of the nonprofit Vancouver Tool Library, from left, joins Scarlett Oakes, 5, Joe Beaudoin, Allonah Podvin, Roman Garrison and David Hagan at the former Joe's Place Farms earlier this month. The group was looking over items that Beaudoin donated and is storing until the tool library finds a location.

March 27, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

A lack of know-how and tools keep many from tackling even small home or auto repairs. Read story

Chris Cour and Ilana Brown began dating during the pandemic. They took lots of walks together, sometimes at Fort Vancouver Historic Site, pictured here, because activities were closed due to COVID-19 concerns.

Clark County couple navigates dating during the pandemic

Chris Cour and Ilana Brown began dating during the pandemic. They took lots of walks together, sometimes at Fort Vancouver Historic Site, pictured here, because activities were closed due to COVID-19 concerns.

March 25, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

Dating in a pandemic poses obstacles, for sure — masks, enforced distancing, nowhere to go, nothing to do. Read story

FILE - This Jan. 23, 2020 file photo shows a patient receiving a flu vaccination in Mesquite, Texas. According to a study released on Wednesday, June 24, 2020, flu vaccines for years were close to 60% effective against the flu strain that caused the most lab-confirmed illnesses last winter, but it proved only 31% effective last season.

Still plenty of ways to get sick, even if it’s not COVID

FILE - This Jan. 23, 2020 file photo shows a patient receiving a flu vaccination in Mesquite, Texas. According to a study released on Wednesday, June 24, 2020, flu vaccines for years were close to 60% effective against the flu strain that caused the most lab-confirmed illnesses last winter, but it proved only 31% effective last season.

March 2, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Health

You rarely leave your house. When you do, you wear a mask and slather your hands in sanitizer. And yet, there it is — a tickle in your throat. You’re running a fever. Your COVID-19 test results come back: “not detected.” So what did you catch? Read story

Crossroads Church Pastor Daniel Fusco's new book, "Crazy Happy." (Contributed by WaterBrook)

Vancouver’s Crossroads Church pastor pens “Crazy Happy”

Crossroads Church Pastor Daniel Fusco's new book, "Crazy Happy." (Contributed by WaterBrook)

February 28, 2021, 6:03am Clark County Life

Rev. Daniel Fusco didn’t anticipate that his book “Crazy Happy” would be released a year into a pandemic and amidst political upheaval, but he sees God’s handiwork in the timing. Read story

Camas-Washougal Parent Co-op preschool meets fundraising goal

February 24, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

The Camas-Washougal Parent Co-op, the oldest continuously operating preschool in Clark County, raised enough money to keep its doors open. Read story