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Hector Sanchez-Harper, 7, and his mother, Jessica Sanchez-Harper, both of Vancouver, plant shrubs during a volunteer event organized by Vancouver's Downtown Association, the city of Vancouver and the Parks Foundation of Clark County at Esther Short Park on Saturday. Other volunteers also helped by cleaning up trash and removing weeds from plant beds in the downtown area.

Volunteers return to ‘Spruce up the Couve’

Hector Sanchez-Harper, 7, and his mother, Jessica Sanchez-Harper, both of Vancouver, plant shrubs during a volunteer event organized by Vancouver's Downtown Association, the city of Vancouver and the Parks Foundation of Clark County at Esther Short Park on Saturday. Other volunteers also helped by cleaning up trash and removing weeds from plant beds in the downtown area.

May 14, 2022, 6:33pm Clark County News

As the sun finally managed to poke its way beneath the trees at Esther Short Park on Saturday, volunteers were hard at work planting flowers and refurbishing planter boxes in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Read story

Marchers gather at the Grant Street Pier along the downtown Vancouver waterfront on Saturday in support of abortion rights.

Vancouver joins list of cities featuring abortion rights protests

Marchers gather at the Grant Street Pier along the downtown Vancouver waterfront on Saturday in support of abortion rights.

May 14, 2022, 5:48pm Clark County News

A group of a hundred or so protesters marched through downtown Vancouver on Saturday afternoon, echoing the sentiments of nationwide movements to protect federal and state abortion rights following a leaked Supreme Court decision last week that would allegedly overturn Roe v. Wade. Read story

ESD 112 seeks director from Vancouver area

May 12, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

Educational Service District 112 is seeking applicants to fill the position of District 5 director following the death of Marilyn Koenninger, who served on the board for 34 years. Read story

Seventh-grader Iiaston Kory, 12, foreground, joins fellow students as they gather in the cafeteria at View Ridge Middle School before school earlier this month. District officials have identified the View Ridge complex, which shares space with Sunset Intermediate School, as perhaps the most crowded place in the district. Possible plans to alleviate overcrowding at the school include converting extracurricular spaces like the wrestling room and theater to new classrooms.

Ridgefield School District’s dilemma: More students, same space

Seventh-grader Iiaston Kory, 12, foreground, joins fellow students as they gather in the cafeteria at View Ridge Middle School before school earlier this month. District officials have identified the View Ridge complex, which shares space with Sunset Intermediate School, as perhaps the most crowded place in the district. Possible plans to alleviate overcrowding at the school include converting extracurricular spaces like the wrestling room and theater to new classrooms.

May 11, 2022, 6:39pm Clark County News

Following the Ridgefield School District’s fifth consecutive bond failure last month, district officials are weighing options of how to best move forward without the funds necessary to build a new elementary school. Read story

Vector of Coronavirus 2019-nCoV and Virus background with disease cells. COVID-19 Corona virus outbreaking and Pandemic medical health risk concept.

COVID-19 cases in Clark County schools more than double

Vector of Coronavirus 2019-nCoV and Virus background with disease cells. COVID-19 Corona virus outbreaking and Pandemic medical health risk concept.

May 11, 2022, 5:49pm Clark County Health

Clark County Schools reported 560 new cases of COVID-19 since last week, more than double the 268 new cases reported the week prior. Read story

The Evergreen Public Schools Administrative Service Center.

Evergreen Public Schools’ staff push back against cuts

The Evergreen Public Schools Administrative Service Center.

May 11, 2022, 4:23pm Clark County News

Evergreen Public Schools’ board of directors saw backlash from teachers and community stakeholders at Tuesday night’s meeting over the district’s cuts to staffing in its diversity, equity and inclusion department. Read story

Carey Hanson of Woodland searches for a few books to read at the Woodland Community Library. “I love this library. I’m always here,” Hanson said from a cramped aisle of the library in 2019.

Woodland library project receives $515,000 state grant

Carey Hanson of Woodland searches for a few books to read at the Woodland Community Library. “I love this library. I’m always here,” Hanson said from a cramped aisle of the library in 2019.

May 9, 2022, 5:20pm Clark County News

The Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation has received a state capital grant of $515,000 to support the construction of the new Woodland Community Library. The foundation is a nonprofit that conducts fundraising on behalf of the Fort Vancouver Regional Library system. Read story

Graduating seniors and student leaders Armando Antonino, left, and Evans Kaame take a moment to try on some of their celebratory graduation garb on campus at Washington State University Vancouver on a Friday afternoon, reflecting on their final days as students.

WSU Vancouver Class of 2022: Student leaders build community amid pandemic challenges

Graduating seniors and student leaders Armando Antonino, left, and Evans Kaame take a moment to try on some of their celebratory graduation garb on campus at Washington State University Vancouver on a Friday afternoon, reflecting on their final days as students.

May 7, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

“I’ll be the first to say we’re exhausted,” said Armando “Mando” Antonino, laughing. Read story

WSU Vancouver to host Preview Day on May 12

May 6, 2022, 5:42am Clark County News

Washington State University Vancouver is welcoming prospective college students to its Preview Day at 4 p.m. on May 12. Read story

COVID-19 cases increasing again in Clark County schools

May 5, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Health

Clark County Schools reported 268 new cases of COVID-19 since last week, an increase from the 191 new cases reported the week prior. Weekly case totals are now nearly four times what was reported two weeks ago. Read story