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Second-grade teacher Nicole McClennen is joined by some furry friends as she records a lesson for her students on a laptop at Green Mountain School. McClennen said she tries to keep her video lessons familiar, and records them in her classroom's cozy reading corner.

Rural Green Mountain School prepares for more remote learning

Second-grade teacher Nicole McClennen is joined by some furry friends as she records a lesson for her students on a laptop at Green Mountain School. McClennen said she tries to keep her video lessons familiar, and records them in her classroom's cozy reading corner.

August 22, 2020, 5:03am Clark County News

Clark County’s most rural school district will continue remote learning in the fall, though its superintendent says its staff will face unique obstacles and challenges. Read story

The Washougal School District Administrative Offices (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

Washougal schools set all-remote start

The Washougal School District Administrative Offices (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

August 20, 2020, 5:11pm Clark County News

The Washougal School District has announced its plans for returning to school this fall. The school year will start Sept. 2 with students engaged in an all-remote learning model named impactED Washougal. Read story

Customer Mark Shelton, left, adjusts his helmet as Zoot Scoot co-owner Jason Adams gives him a safety breakdown outside Zoot Scoot in Vancouver. The electric scooters sales and rental shop opened in June and quickly sold out of inventory. The shop will be getting a new batch of scooters this week for both retail and rental.

Vancouver scooter businesses find success, say pandemic boosting demand

Customer Mark Shelton, left, adjusts his helmet as Zoot Scoot co-owner Jason Adams gives him a safety breakdown outside Zoot Scoot in Vancouver. The electric scooters sales and rental shop opened in June and quickly sold out of inventory. The shop will be getting a new batch of scooters this week for both retail and rental.

August 19, 2020, 6:01am Clark County Business

Two new downtown Vancouver electric scooter businesses are providing a new way to safely explore Vancouver during the pandemic. Read story

The #MaskUpClarkCounty Instagram contest started Monday and will end Aug. 21. Clark County resident Sasha Resoff and her daughter, Gwyn, and son, Alexei, sporting masks at Vancouver Waterfront Park.

Visit Vancouver USA contest encourages mask usage

The #MaskUpClarkCounty Instagram contest started Monday and will end Aug. 21. Clark County resident Sasha Resoff and her daughter, Gwyn, and son, Alexei, sporting masks at Vancouver Waterfront Park.

July 23, 2020, 7:37pm Clark County News

Visit Vancouver USA has launched a campaign to encourage mask usage in Clark County in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 in the community. Read story

The USNS Brittin will be docked at the Port of Vancouver for 90 days as it undergoes routine maintenance and inspection.

Massive USNS Brittin docks at Port of Vancouver for maintenance

The USNS Brittin will be docked at the Port of Vancouver for 90 days as it undergoes routine maintenance and inspection.

July 22, 2020, 8:14pm Business

At the Port of Vancouver, workers load and unload cargo, trucks cycle in and out, and cargo ships bound for Southeast Asia sit idly at the docks. Nestled quietly among it all is a colossal U.S. naval ship. Read story

High ceilings and distinctive artwork by Jacob Hashimoto are just a couple of the features of the new section of Concourse E at Portland International Airport, which opened for travel on Wednesday. The extension gives travelers six more gates and is the new home for Southwest Airlines.

PDX welcomes travelers to newly expanded Concourse E

High ceilings and distinctive artwork by Jacob Hashimoto are just a couple of the features of the new section of Concourse E at Portland International Airport, which opened for travel on Wednesday. The extension gives travelers six more gates and is the new home for Southwest Airlines.

July 17, 2020, 6:03am Business

PORTLAND — Travelers rushing to catch a flight Wednesday morning might have noticed a few differences since their last visit to Portland International Airport: Halfway down Concourse E, the sloped ceiling changed directions, rows of chairs with cupholders and charging stations popped up and the patterned green carpet shone a… Read story