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October 9, 2022, 5:30am Breast Cancer

Stir together the unexpected stressors of the COVID-19 pandemic and the easy comfort that alcohol brings stressed-out people. Read story

Tony Johnson, chairman of the Chinook Indian Nation, speaks out in favor of federal recognition for the Chinook tribe, which continues to suffer poverty and poor health while other tribes move ahead, he said. More than 100 Chinook people and allies gathered Friday on Vancouver's Officers Row for a show of political support for the Chinook Restoration Act.

Chinook Indian Nation members rally for recognition in Vancouver

Tony Johnson, chairman of the Chinook Indian Nation, speaks out in favor of federal recognition for the Chinook tribe, which continues to suffer poverty and poor health while other tribes move ahead, he said. More than 100 Chinook people and allies gathered Friday on Vancouver's Officers Row for a show of political support for the Chinook Restoration Act.

October 7, 2022, 2:44pm Clark County News

More than 100 members of the Chinook Indian Nation, and their local friends and allies, gathered Friday on Vancouver’s Officers Row to show support for federal tribal recognition. They urged congressional leaders to pass the Chinook Restoration Act, bringing benefits to the tribe and starting the process of establishing a… Read story

The authentically old-timey Ne Plus Ultra Jass Orchestra, led by Vancouver's Sammuel Murry-Hawkins, brings the swingin' sounds of the Jazz Age to Providence Academy ballroom every first Friday, starting Oct. 7.

Vancouver’s Ne Plus Ultra launches monthly concert, dance at Providence Academy

The authentically old-timey Ne Plus Ultra Jass Orchestra, led by Vancouver's Sammuel Murry-Hawkins, brings the swingin' sounds of the Jazz Age to Providence Academy ballroom every first Friday, starting Oct. 7.

October 6, 2022, 6:06am Clark County Life

Are you ready to put on the ritz in downtown Vancouver? Read story

Bev Jozwiak in her studio.

Vancouver artist’s new how-to book details her bold style with watercolors

Bev Jozwiak in her studio.

October 6, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Life

There’s no missing the confidence in Bev Jozwiak’s canvases. Read story

Images from the new Netflix animated series "Spirit Rangers." (Contributed by Netflix)

Cowlitz get animated in ‘Spirit Rangers’ on Netflix in new streaming series

Images from the new Netflix animated series "Spirit Rangers." (Contributed by Netflix)

October 5, 2022, 3:37pm Clark County Life

Kodi, Summer and Eddy — have a secret. They’re not just normal siblings and junior park rangers at a green oasis somewhere in California. Read story

As their natural habitat is lost to development, Columbian black-tailed deer are becoming an increasingly familiar sight in residential yards, green spaces and neighborhood streets in Western Washington.

Clark County residents learn to share backyards with deer

As their natural habitat is lost to development, Columbian black-tailed deer are becoming an increasingly familiar sight in residential yards, green spaces and neighborhood streets in Western Washington.

October 2, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Life

My newest neighbors are four-legged, furry and — to use the latest scientific terminology — totes adorbs. Read story

Trees just don't respect fence lines.

Change of perspective: Assess property, talk with neighbors about trees, issues

Trees just don't respect fence lines.

September 25, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Life

Trees aren’t lawyers. They just don’t care about property lines. This was recently drawn to my attention by a politely irked neighbor, whose tree complaint prompted me to look around my property — and look up at my tree canopy — with fresh eyes. Read story

This image provided by NASA shows a false color composite image of Jupiter obtained by the James Webb Space Telescope on July 27. The planet's rings and some of its small satellites are visible along with background galaxies.

Supergiant planet Jupiter can’t be missed as it crosses the night sky

This image provided by NASA shows a false color composite image of Jupiter obtained by the James Webb Space Telescope on July 27. The planet's rings and some of its small satellites are visible along with background galaxies.

September 20, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Life

In Arthur C. Clarke’s novel “2010: Odyssey Two,” the science fiction mastermind elegantly posits that the heart of giant planet Jupiter is carbon so intensely compressed by the force of gravity, it has hardened into something incredibly valuable and rare. Read story

Hands Across the Bridge event emcee Steve Mahoney, in purple, joins hands with other folks in recovery from addiction. Mahoney said he's celebrating 19 years of being clean and sober.

Hands Across the Bridge shares recovering addicts’ uplifting stories

Hands Across the Bridge event emcee Steve Mahoney, in purple, joins hands with other folks in recovery from addiction. Mahoney said he's celebrating 19 years of being clean and sober.

September 5, 2022, 5:36pm Clark County News

No matter how long you’ve spent living in darkness and despair under a proverbial bridge — or even a real one — it’s always possible to step into the light, take a friend’s hand and walk across that bridge to a better life. Read story

In a partnership project between Oregon State University and the Cascade Forest Conservancy, 72 motion-detecting wildlife cameras in camouflaged metal boxes were locked to trees in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest north of Mount St. Helens. The cameras took thousands of photographs of resident wildlife over three years. In August, volunteers with the Cascade Forest Conservancy tracked down nearly all the cameras, downloaded their data and removed them.

Watching the woods: Volunteers track down wildlife cameras hidden in Gifford Pinchot forest

In a partnership project between Oregon State University and the Cascade Forest Conservancy, 72 motion-detecting wildlife cameras in camouflaged metal boxes were locked to trees in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest north of Mount St. Helens. The cameras took thousands of photographs of resident wildlife over three years. In August, volunteers with the Cascade Forest Conservancy tracked down nearly all the cameras, downloaded their data and removed them.

September 4, 2022, 6:03am Clark County Life

For three years, dozens of camouflaged cameras staked out remote corners of this rugged forest, waiting for its inhabitants to wander into view. Read story