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The North Clark Historical Museum reopened its doors to visitors on Saturday in Amboy. The museum is running at limited capacity to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. At top, an 100-year-old teddy bear is seen Saturday at the museum.

North Clark Historical Museum reopens to visitors after seven months of closures

The North Clark Historical Museum reopened its doors to visitors on Saturday in Amboy. The museum is running at limited capacity to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. At top, an 100-year-old teddy bear is seen Saturday at the museum.

October 10, 2020, 8:30pm Clark County News

AMBOY — Life has returned to the North Clark Historical Museum. After seven months of closures, the small church turned museum is open for business. Read story

Ridgefield and Columbia River players shake hands following Columbia River’s victory at Columbia River High School on Thursday night, Dec. 19, 2019.

Mascot name nominees sought for Columbia River High School

Ridgefield and Columbia River players shake hands following Columbia River’s victory at Columbia River High School on Thursday night, Dec. 19, 2019.

October 7, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Vancouver Public Schools is soliciting suggestions for new mascots for Columbia River High School. Read story

(Illustration by The Columbian)

Clark County schools follow public health guidelines to alert families to COVID-19 cases

(Illustration by The Columbian)

October 2, 2020, 6:03am Clark County News

In practice, area school districts are alerting families to coronavirus cases on their campuses. By policy, there’s no requirement they do so. Read story

WSU Vancouver to offer in-state tuition for PDX

October 2, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Washington State University Vancouver will offer in-state tuition for spring and fall 2021 to Portland-area students. Read story

Clark College faces significant enrollment declines and budget hits in response to the coronavirus pandemic. An outside firm has recommended outsourcing dozens of jobs in response.

Consultant recommends outsourcing dozens of Clark College jobs

Clark College faces significant enrollment declines and budget hits in response to the coronavirus pandemic. An outside firm has recommended outsourcing dozens of jobs in response.

October 1, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Classified employees at Clark College are raising the alarm after an outside consultant recommended outsourcing dozens of jobs to cut costs. Read story

A parking lot at Clark College is nearly empty of cars as students and staff hold classes remotely on Monday morning.

Clark College will continue with remote learning for winter quarter

A parking lot at Clark College is nearly empty of cars as students and staff hold classes remotely on Monday morning.

September 29, 2020, 4:55pm Clark County News

Remote learning will continue at Clark College through March, the community college announced Tuesday. Read story

Vancouver Parks and Recreation creates new after-school program

September 29, 2020, 6:01am Clark County News

Vancouver Parks and Recreation on Monday will launch a new free after-school program serving children ages 6 through 12. Read story

Technology director Scott McDaniel, left, on screen, talks with Cassondra Smith, Battle Ground Public Schools educational technology coordinator, as they prepare to lead local parents through using the Google Classroom program Thursday afternoon. Battle Ground Public Schools launched the Parent Academy this school year, offering families an opportunity to take classes on the programs their students use in class.

Battle Ground schools Parent Academy helps families navigate kids’ virtual learning

Technology director Scott McDaniel, left, on screen, talks with Cassondra Smith, Battle Ground Public Schools educational technology coordinator, as they prepare to lead local parents through using the Google Classroom program Thursday afternoon. Battle Ground Public Schools launched the Parent Academy this school year, offering families an opportunity to take classes on the programs their students use in class.

September 26, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Cassondra Smith’s office looks more like a semi-pro film studio these days, complete with a glowing ring light and heavy-duty microphone. Read story

Social distancing has become a priority for students and instructors at Clark College, as seen on Wednesday morning, June 24, 2020.

Clark College student diagnosed with COVID-19

Social distancing has become a priority for students and instructors at Clark College, as seen on Wednesday morning, June 24, 2020.

September 25, 2020, 2:59pm Clark County News

A Clark College student was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, leading to the cancellation of culinary classes Friday. Read story

Rowan Lovato, 7, left, tackles schoolwork on his laptop while joined by tutor, Cheryl Davey, his twin brother, Wyatt, 7, and family cat, Jolene, at their Vancouver home Friday afternoon. The Lovato family is struggling to navigate digital learning, with one son with cerebral palsy, single mother Jill Lovato working full time and other obstacles.

Vancouver single mom relies on tutor to help sons navigate virtual learning

Rowan Lovato, 7, left, tackles schoolwork on his laptop while joined by tutor, Cheryl Davey, his twin brother, Wyatt, 7, and family cat, Jolene, at their Vancouver home Friday afternoon. The Lovato family is struggling to navigate digital learning, with one son with cerebral palsy, single mother Jill Lovato working full time and other obstacles.

September 24, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

In the minutes leading up to another day of classes, twin brothers Rowan and Wyatt Lovato were both on the floor. Read story