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English teacher Bethany Rivard reads aloud a poem about Malcolm X written by one of her students. Rivard, who teaches several classes of seniors at Fort Vancouver High School, is one of nine finalists for this year’s Washington State Teacher of the Year Award.

Fort Vancouver High’s Rivard a Teacher of the Year nominee

English teacher Bethany Rivard reads aloud a poem about Malcolm X written by one of her students. Rivard, who teaches several classes of seniors at Fort Vancouver High School, is one of nine finalists for this year’s Washington State Teacher of the Year Award.

September 20, 2015, 8:18pm Clark County News

Sitting among a class of seniors at Fort Vancouver High School, Bethany Rivard listens to one of her students recite a heartbreaking poem about the private agony of one of America's most beloved entertainers, the late Robin Williams. Read story

The proposed site for the Cowlitz Casino is west of Interstate 5 in Clark County.

La Center sewer plan hits big snag

The proposed site for the Cowlitz Casino is west of Interstate 5 in Clark County.

September 16, 2015, 4:56pm Clark County News

The city of La Center might not be able to extend sewer services to the Cowlitz Indian Reservation after a Thurston County Superior Court judge weighed in, ruling that the proposal violates Clark County's planning policies. Read story

Ridgefield City Council candidate Maria Salazar.

Ridgefield candidate decries racist acts

Ridgefield City Council candidate Maria Salazar.

September 15, 2015, 8:13pm Clark County News

Ridgefield City Council candidate Maria Salazar says her campaign has brought some racist vandals out of the woodwork. Read story

The Greek food stall, one of many, at the International Food Fest at St Joseph Catholic School in Vancouver, Wa., Saturday Sept 12, 2015.

A fest by any other name …

The Greek food stall, one of many, at the International Food Fest at St Joseph Catholic School in Vancouver, Wa., Saturday Sept 12, 2015.

September 12, 2015, 9:36pm Clark County News

Don't call it Sausage Fest. Or do, if that's what you prefer. Read story

Charlie Elmlinger, right, mans the press as visitors stream past on a tour of The Columbian newspaper in Vancouver on Saturday . The event was held in advance of the Columbian newspaper's 125th anniversary, coming up in October.

Community celebrates 125 years of newspapering

Charlie Elmlinger, right, mans the press as visitors stream past on a tour of The Columbian newspaper in Vancouver on Saturday . The event was held in advance of the Columbian newspaper's 125th anniversary, coming up in October.

September 12, 2015, 5:00pm Business

Hundreds of readers came to The Columbian offices Saturday to celebrate a special milestone in the paper's long and storied history: its 125th year in business. Read story

Ken Fisher, CEO of Fisher Investments gives the keynote speech at the Columbian's annual Economic Forecast breakfast in Vancouver Thursday January 22, 2015.

Fisher urged Camas council to not curtail fireworks

Ken Fisher, CEO of Fisher Investments gives the keynote speech at the Columbian's annual Economic Forecast breakfast in Vancouver Thursday January 22, 2015.

September 10, 2015, 8:56pm Clark County News

Before the Camas City Council tightened its fireworks regulations earlier this week, billionaire investment analyst Ken Fisher sent the councilors and Mayor Scott Higgins a series of biting emails, pressuring them not to change the law. Read story

People browse the aisles at a fireworks stand  at Northeast 63rd Street and Andresen Road on July 1, 2012.

Camas agrees to limits on fireworks

People browse the aisles at a fireworks stand  at Northeast 63rd Street and Andresen Road on July 1, 2012.

September 8, 2015, 11:12pm Clark County News

Beginning in 2017, they can be discharged only on July 3 and 4 Read story

Barks worse than bites

September 6, 2015, 6:00am Clark County News

Picture this: You're lying in bed on a sweltering summer night with the window open, and just as you begin dozing off, the neighbor's dog rips through the silence with a machine-gun-like bark that just never seems to stop. Read story

Clark Counry Fire & Rescue lays off 11 firefighters, several more

September 1, 2015, 7:51pm Clark County News

Amid the worst fire season in state history, the most trying challenge facing Clark County Fire & Rescue appears to be internal. Read story

B.G. man pleads not guilty in fatal raceway confrontation

August 23, 2015, 5:00pm Courts & Crime

A Battle Ground man accused of killing another man in a fight at Portland International Raceway turned himself in to police Sunday night before pleading not guilty Monday in court. Read story