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Clark College, faculty union reach tentative contract deal

Clark College in Vancouver.

January 14, 2020, 8:04pm Clark County News

Striking Clark College faculty members and the college administration reached a tentative contract agreement Tuesday evening, according to the union. A vote on the contract is scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. Read story

Battle Ground Public Schools directors Troy McCoy, left and Monty Anderson, right, listen to a community member speak in opposition to the adoption of new sex education curriculum meeting on Oct. 14. About 150 people attended the first reading of the sexual health education curriculum Monday, many of whom voiced concerns about the appropriateness of the curriculum.

Battle Ground schools approve sex education option

Battle Ground Public Schools directors Troy McCoy, left and Monty Anderson, right, listen to a community member speak in opposition to the adoption of new sex education curriculum meeting on Oct. 14. About 150 people attended the first reading of the sexual health education curriculum Monday, many of whom voiced concerns about the appropriateness of the curriculum.

January 14, 2020, 5:55pm Clark County Health

Comprehensive sexual health education is making its way to Battle Ground high schools — but only as an option. Read story

Christina Smith, who is an English professor, with blue sign, joins colleagues while striking at Clark College on Monday morning, Jan. 13, 2020.

Clark College instructors strike at Vancouver school

Christina Smith, who is an English professor, with blue sign, joins colleagues while striking at Clark College on Monday morning, Jan. 13, 2020.

January 13, 2020, 9:30am Clark County News

Teachers at Clark College went on strike this morning in light of the continued stalemate over employee salaries.  Read story

A vial of a measles, mumps and rubella vaccine at a clinic on Vashon Island.

School districts adjust to new state vaccine rules

A vial of a measles, mumps and rubella vaccine at a clinic on Vashon Island.

January 12, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Seattle Public Schools excluded hundreds of students who couldn’t demonstrate complete vaccination records last week. Here in Clark County, the largest school districts are, for the most part, taking a softer approach to new state rules on vaccines. Read story

Clark College faculty and supporters prepare to make their way across campus during a rally for higher wages Feb. 13, 2019.

Clark College faculty say they will strike Monday morning

Clark College faculty and supporters prepare to make their way across campus during a rally for higher wages Feb. 13, 2019.

January 10, 2020, 9:59pm Clark County News

It’s official: Clark College faculty will strike Monday morning. Read story

Students walk through the common area of the new iTech Preparatory School on Friday morning. The school's middle and high school students are under the same roof for the first time in the school's seven-year history, inspiring the "One iTech" logo.

Vancouver’s new iTech Preparatory School ‘built around the curriculum’

Students walk through the common area of the new iTech Preparatory School on Friday morning. The school's middle and high school students are under the same roof for the first time in the school's seven-year history, inspiring the "One iTech" logo.

January 10, 2020, 5:19pm Clark County News

The newest building on Washington State University Vancouver’s campus may look at home in a college setting, but the students there are a bit younger. Read story

A poster signalling support for the Association for Higher Education hangs in a hallway of faculty offices in Foster Hall at Clark College on Monday afternoon. Faculty are poised to strike Jan. 13 if a deal is not reached between the union and college administration.

Clark College to cancel Monday classes if faculty strike

A poster signalling support for the Association for Higher Education hangs in a hallway of faculty offices in Foster Hall at Clark College on Monday afternoon. Faculty are poised to strike Jan. 13 if a deal is not reached between the union and college administration.

January 9, 2020, 6:36pm Clark County News

Clark College will cancel classes if its faculty go on strike Monday, the interim president announced in an email to students. Read story

Clark College in Vancouver.

Clark College faculty set strike date

Clark College in Vancouver.

January 3, 2020, 10:02am Clark County News

Clark College faculty will strike on Jan. 13 if their union and college administrators fail to reach a tentative contract agreement. Read story

Suspected Clark County serial killer Warren Leslie Forrest was again denied parole and was ordered to serve another 9½ years in prison.

Convicted killer to face charges in ’74 Clark County case

Suspected Clark County serial killer Warren Leslie Forrest was again denied parole and was ordered to serve another 9½ years in prison.

January 1, 2020, 7:46pm Clark County News

Convicted murderer and suspected serial killer Warren Forrest will return to Clark County to face new charges of killing a teenage girl in the 1970s. Read story

Volunteer Karen Hansen walks Harper, a German Shepherd mix, at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington on Wednesday morning. Volunteers turned out to nonprofits across Clark County on New Year's Day, ringing in the new year with a day of work instead of a day of rest.

Volunteers around Clark County ring in new year with service

Volunteer Karen Hansen walks Harper, a German Shepherd mix, at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington on Wednesday morning. Volunteers turned out to nonprofits across Clark County on New Year's Day, ringing in the new year with a day of work instead of a day of rest.

January 1, 2020, 6:49pm Clark County News

It tracks that a man named Tim Toogood was spending New Year's Day -- and, coincidentally, his birthday -- scrubbing out a cat kennel at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington. Read story