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La Center Mayor Jim Irish sits at a memorial for Michael J. Nolan built at the city's baseball fields four years ago.

La Center Mayor Jim Irish won’t seek another term

La Center Mayor Jim Irish sits at a memorial for Michael J. Nolan built at the city's baseball fields four years ago.

June 21, 2015, 12:00am Clark County News

As filing week passed last month, a familiar name in every corner of Clark County politics was missing from the mix: Jim Irish. Read story

4 spots left wanting as 2nd round of election filings ends

June 19, 2015, 12:00am Clark County News

By the end of a second round of Clark County election filings Thursday afternoon, four positions had still failed to draw any candidates. Two seats on the Yacolt Town Council went lapsed, the Washougal school board still had an opening, and no one filed for a board seat in Woodland's… Read story

Golfers make their way along the fairway on the 10th hole at the Green Mountain Golf Course.

Camas panel OKs Green Mountain development

Golfers make their way along the fairway on the 10th hole at the Green Mountain Golf Course.

June 17, 2015, 12:00am Clark County News

After a late and contentious meeting, Camas planning commissioners Tuesday night recommended approval of a large housing development that would be built on the current site of the Green Mountain Golf Course. Read story

In Camas, upset over big plans to develop

June 17, 2015, 12:00am Clark County News

CAMAS — Dozens jammed into a Camas Planning Commission hearing Tuesday night to take a stand against one of the largest development proposals in the city's history. Read story

Green Mountain development criticized

June 16, 2015, 12:00am Clark County News

Camas city planners are mulling over one of the largest development proposals in the city's history, set for the Green Mountain Golf Course, and not everyone in the area is happy about it. Read story

Grayson Pieske, left, and his father, Jordan Pieske, of Sandy, Ore., enjoy fishing from of a makeshift trout pond Saturday next to Pearson Air Museum.

Families get out for Get Outdoors Day at Fort Vancouver

Grayson Pieske, left, and his father, Jordan Pieske, of Sandy, Ore., enjoy fishing from of a makeshift trout pond Saturday next to Pearson Air Museum.

June 14, 2015, 12:00am Clark County News

Droves of families gathered at Fort Vancouver National Site on Saturday to continue a lively local tradition of celebrating the great outdoors. Read story

Children and families came out Saturday to take one last turn at Golden Skate, a Vancouver institution for more than seven decades.

One last go-round at Golden Skate

Children and families came out Saturday to take one last turn at Golden Skate, a Vancouver institution for more than seven decades.

June 14, 2015, 12:00am Clark County News

On a sunny Saturday afternoon, dozens of families and children stayed indoors to say goodbye to a Vancouver institution they've known their whole lives. Read story

A voter uses a drive-up collection box to cast a ballot on Nov.

Special filing period for elections nears

A voter uses a drive-up collection box to cast a ballot on Nov.

June 14, 2015, 12:00am Clark County News

Clark County is kicking off a second round of election filings this week for positions that attracted no candidates in the regular filing period last month. Read story

Wildfire north of Washougal 100% contained

June 12, 2015, 12:00am Latest News

Fire crews managed to completely contain a 10-acre wildfire burning debris from a recent timber harvest north of Washougal Friday morning. Read story

A view from the parking lot in front of GreenHead Cannabis, Vancouver's sixth pot shop. The store opens today on a busy section of St.

Vancouver’s sixth marijuana shop to open

A view from the parking lot in front of GreenHead Cannabis, Vancouver's sixth pot shop. The store opens today on a busy section of St.

June 12, 2015, 12:00am Clark County News

The selection of recreational marijuana in Southwest Washington grows wider this weekend with the opening of Vancouver's sixth pot shop, GreenHead Cannabis. Read story