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Columbian Small Cities Reporter

Studded tires are permitted in Washington from Nov.

Studded tires find less traction

Studded tires are permitted in Washington from Nov.

November 26, 2014, 12:00am Business

As Northwest drivers brave slick commutes this winter, state transportation officials are preparing to spend millions of dollars repairing roads damaged by the stress of studded tires. Read story

Washougal plans park, natural habitat

November 24, 2014, 12:00am Clark County News

The vacant former headquarters of a once-bustling contracting business in Washougal will soon become home to a new park. Read story

Decision on new Woodland police chief delayed to Dec. 1

November 20, 2014, 12:00am Clark County News

Woodland may have to wait at least a couple more weeks for a new police chief. Read story

Jemtegaard Middle School in Washougal is the focal point of the district's bond measure.

Washougal schools ask voters for bond measure

Jemtegaard Middle School in Washougal is the focal point of the district's bond measure.

November 19, 2014, 12:00am Clark County News

The Washougal School District will send voters a multimillion-dollar bond measure next year, hoping to gain approval to build three new schools and bolster security throughout the district. Read story

Jemtegaard Middle School in Washougal is the focal point of the district's bond measure.

Washougal seeks schools bond

Jemtegaard Middle School in Washougal is the focal point of the district's bond measure.

November 18, 2014, 12:00am Clark County News

The Washougal School District is preparing to ask the community to support a multimillion-dollar bond measure that would fund the construction of three new schools. Read story

Roommates Roy Sorrick, Annie Cramer and Jim Childress observe the damage to their home from large tree limbs that fell Tuesday during a wind storm.

More than 65,000 lost power this week

Roommates Roy Sorrick, Annie Cramer and Jim Childress observe the damage to their home from large tree limbs that fell Tuesday during a wind storm.

November 16, 2014, 12:00am Clark County News

More than 65,440 Clark Public Utilities customers lost power this week as high winds battered Southwest Washington. Read story

David Capolarello and his wife bought their home in a quiet Hazel Dell neighborhood in 2008, and he says it's still worth far less than their purchase price.

Full recovery eludes local home prices

David Capolarello and his wife bought their home in a quiet Hazel Dell neighborhood in 2008, and he says it's still worth far less than their purchase price.

November 16, 2014, 12:00am Business

David Capolarello bought his home in a quiet Hazel Dell neighborhood in 2008. At the time, housing prices were near their peak following a stratospheric climb that was fueled by easy money and low or no-down payment deals. Homeownership was on the rise, and some thought the good days would… Read story

Since leaving the Legislature, former state senator Joe Zarelli has quietly established a new business that recently began manufacturing LED lights for marijuana growers.

Zarelli sees the light on marijuana

Since leaving the Legislature, former state senator Joe Zarelli has quietly established a new business that recently began manufacturing LED lights for marijuana growers.

November 16, 2014, 12:00am Business

Two years after shocking Clark County's political world with his early exit from the Legislature, former state senator Joe Zarelli is making a surprising foray into the recreational marijuana industry. Read story

Cory Ross

Police seek public’s help to find missing Vancouver man

Cory Ross

November 12, 2014, 12:00am Clark County News

Vancouver police are asking for the public's help in finding a man who has been missing since Sunday morning. Read story

Customers have the opportunity to inspect different strains of marijuana for sale during the grand opening of New Vansterdam marijuana shop on July 11.

Local pot retailers brace for Oregon sales

Customers have the opportunity to inspect different strains of marijuana for sale during the grand opening of New Vansterdam marijuana shop on July 11.

November 7, 2014, 12:00am Clark County News

As recreational marijuana advocates in Portland rejoice at the passage of Measure 91, pot shop owners in Clark County are bracing for stiffer competition and lower prices south of the Columbia River. Read story