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A private resort at Battle Ground Lake drew crowds in July 1944.

Battle Ground Lake a treasured getaway as city grows

A private resort at Battle Ground Lake drew crowds in July 1944.

October 27, 2023, 6:02am Clark County Life

BATTLE GROUND LAKE STATE PARK — It was a little world unto itself, complete with grocery store, restaurant, dance hall, roller rink, baseball field, residential cabins and community kitchen. And it was a place for all the rituals of youth — first swims, first jobs, first loves. Read story

Veteran Portland actor John San Nicolas, center, portrays author Robert Louis Stevenson in "Seeking Mister Hyde," an original play by Woodland playwright David Bareford. Henry Lorch, left, portrays the wicked Hyde, while Julisa Wright portrays Fanny, Stevenson's wife.

In ‘Seeking Mister Hyde,’ Woodland playwright explores the inspiration behind a horror classic

Veteran Portland actor John San Nicolas, center, portrays author Robert Louis Stevenson in "Seeking Mister Hyde," an original play by Woodland playwright David Bareford. Henry Lorch, left, portrays the wicked Hyde, while Julisa Wright portrays Fanny, Stevenson's wife.

October 26, 2023, 6:02am Clark County Life

Robert Louis Stevenson was in a fever dream when he tore through the first draft of “Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” in just three days, according to eyewitnesses. When the author’s wife and severest critic, Fanny, chided him over what seemed to her a juvenile ghost story,… Read story

Re-imagined Radio presents The Willamette Radio Workshop's performance of "War of the Worlds" at the Kiggins Theatre on Oct. 30, 2014.

Martian invasion! Re-Imagined Radio presents ‘The War of the Worlds’ at Kiggins

Re-imagined Radio presents The Willamette Radio Workshop's performance of "War of the Worlds" at the Kiggins Theatre on Oct. 30, 2014.

October 19, 2023, 6:03am Clark County Life

The simple power of sound can be strong enough to transport people’s imaginations anywhere, or convince them of just about anything — even Earth getting overrun by creepy-crawlies from another planet. Read story

A crane and crews from NessCampbell Crane + Rigging and Tapani Inc. lower a metal bridge into position across a new spillway below a new dam at Columbia Springs, the environmental education campus and trout hatchery in east Vancouver.

New spillway bridge at Columbia Springs aims to keep visitors connected to nature

A crane and crews from NessCampbell Crane + Rigging and Tapani Inc. lower a metal bridge into position across a new spillway below a new dam at Columbia Springs, the environmental education campus and trout hatchery in east Vancouver.

October 16, 2023, 6:01pm Clark County News

A few miles upstream from the old bridge everybody talks about, an “upcycled” metal bridge went in last week with a minimum of fuss. Read story

Aggressive driving: ‘It’s been bad for years, but it got a lot worse during the pandemic’

October 14, 2023, 6:13am Clark County Life

Never mind bungee jumping, walking in space or swimming in a shark tank. The riskiest thing most modern Americans do is get behind the wheel and go. Read story

Intricate rivulets and glowing green moss make Panther Creek Falls an especially idyllic scene.

Your moment of zen: Wonderful waterfalls in Southwest Washingtonvideo icon

Intricate rivulets and glowing green moss make Panther Creek Falls an especially idyllic scene.

October 10, 2023, 6:05am Clark County Life

Oh, those sparkly Oregon waterfalls. They’re so famously picturesque — and crowded — that a couple of them recently rose to the top of a list generated by, of all random sources, an online casino reviewer and gaming trend-spotter called Mr. Gamble. (Gamblers apparently don’t like taking chances on outdoor… Read story

Cowlitz elder Tanna Engdahl visits the “Cowlitz Culture Corridor” at the new ilani hotel. “It’s amazing to me look back at my life,” says Engdahl, who rose from the humblest of beginnings to become the tribe’s spiritual leader.
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Dr. Michael Cohen holds a model of a molecule. His team has designed an inhibitor that can bind to molecules and block the progress of cancer.

New trials, treatments show promise in treating breast cancer

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Dr. Michael Cohen holds a model of a molecule. His team has designed an inhibitor that can bind to molecules and block the progress of cancer.

October 7, 2023, 5:00am Breast Cancer

Some clinical trials for new approaches to treating breast cancer involve small groups of patients and limited time. Others are nationwide studies involving thousands of volunteers whose cancer is tracked for years at numerous partner institutions. Meanwhile, laboratory scientists are developing new compounds with surprising anti-cancer properties. Read story

Longtime volunteer and birder Roger Windemuth peers through his spotting scope at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. Windemuth has been visiting the refuge and compiling a weekly bird-sighting list there for 17 years.

Hockinson’s Roger Windemuth keeps an eye on fine feathered friends at Ridgefield wildlife refuge

Longtime volunteer and birder Roger Windemuth peers through his spotting scope at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. Windemuth has been visiting the refuge and compiling a weekly bird-sighting list there for 17 years.

October 5, 2023, 6:03am Clark County Life

Black Phoebe, a plump gray-and-white songbird, is somewhere up in a tree. Roger Windemuth can’t spot it, but he recognizes its quick little chirp. Read story

An annular or "ring of fire" eclipse is visible through the ceiling of an ancient building in Kaifeng, in central China's Henan province, on Jan. 15, 2010.

‘Ring of fire’: Plan ahead if you want to see annular eclipse in the Northwest

An annular or "ring of fire" eclipse is visible through the ceiling of an ancient building in Kaifeng, in central China's Henan province, on Jan. 15, 2010.

October 3, 2023, 6:05am Clark County Life

Don’t get burned, burned, burned by the ring of fire that will slice across North American skies on Oct. 14. With the right protective eyewear, viewing this unusual space spectacle should be fine, fine, fine. Read story