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Photographer Kate Singh started Aevum Images after 35 years as a nurse.

Working in Clark County: Kate Singh, photographer

Photographer Kate Singh started Aevum Images after 35 years as a nurse.

February 9, 2014, 4:00pm Business

Kate Singh, facing burnout after a 35-year nursing career, was ready for a change. She went back to college and studied graphic design and launched an award-winning photography career. "I take the time to make the best photos. I like letting people see they are special and look alright."Name: Kate… Read story

Maude Ryan

Ryan set to celebrate a century

Maude Ryan

February 4, 2014, 4:00pm Community

Brush Prairie -- Maude Ryan was born on the border between Arkansas and Louisiana on Feb. 8, 1914. She was the oldest of five children and is the only one still living. Read story

Jan Asai is the co-founder and volunteer executive director of Columbia Dance Studio.

Working in Clark County: Jan Asai: Columbia Dance Studio director

Jan Asai is the co-founder and volunteer executive director of Columbia Dance Studio.

February 2, 2014, 4:00pm Business

Jan Asai, a dancer all the way through college, is passionate about the arts community in Vancouver. She worked as an accountant, then helped launched a nonprofit dance studio in retirement. With the support of her husband, Winston, she has been able to devote herself to volunteer activities. "At the… Read story

Seven join ranks of Eagle Scouts

January 28, 2014, 4:00pm Community

Seven Boy Scouts from the Fort Vancouver District successfully passed their Eagle Scout board of review in December. They have been advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout. Read story

Florence Moore

Vancouver’s Moore turns 100

Florence Moore

January 28, 2014, 4:00pm Community

Central Vancouver -- Florence Moore likes playing bridge weekly with three dear friends. She will celebrate her 100th birthday Saturday. Read story

Jason Hutcheson, a senior customer service representative for Clark Public Utilities, likes being able to help people keep the lights on.

Working in Clark County: Jason Hutcheson: Customer Representative

Jason Hutcheson, a senior customer service representative for Clark Public Utilities, likes being able to help people keep the lights on.

January 26, 2014, 4:00pm Business

Jason Hutcheson thrives on changes to his work schedule and working long hours helping customers at Clark Public Utilities. He is happy when he can help senior citizens or people in need pay their bills using one of several assistance programs offered by the utility. "It's a great place to… Read story

Realtor Nikki White loves selling real estate because it lets her make a difference in people's lives.

Working in Clark County: Nikki White, Realtor

Realtor Nikki White loves selling real estate because it lets her make a difference in people's lives.

January 19, 2014, 4:00pm Business

Nikki White has taken a spirited and energetic approach to her career in her 14 years as a Realtor. White has made time to get involved in helping others, and in 2013 she was honored with the Citizen Award from the Clark County Association of Realtors in 2013 for her… Read story

Two from Fort Vancouver District move up to Eagle Scout

January 14, 2014, 4:00pm Community

Two Boy Scouts from the Fort Vancouver District successfully passed their Eagle Scout board of review during the month of November and have been advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout. Read story

Architect Casey Wyckoff is president of LSW Architects.

Working in Clark County: Casey Wyckoff, Architect

Architect Casey Wyckoff is president of LSW Architects.

January 12, 2014, 4:00pm Business

Casey Wyckoff and his firm, LSW Architects, have helped shape Clark County with their designs of major public facilities including Clark College's Gaiser Hall, numerous public schools, and the Luke Jensen Sports Park. "It is so rewarding. ... I absolutely love what I do," says Wyckoff, who started as an… Read story

Jean Lacey

Brush Prairie woman’s 100th birthday is Monday

Jean Lacey

January 7, 2014, 4:00pm Community

Greater Brush Prairie: The doctor told Jean Lacey's mother that her premature baby would not live through the night. That was Jan. 13, 1914. She lived through many more nights and will celebrate her 100th birthday on Monday. Read story