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Stories by Stevie Mathieu

Columbian Assistant Metro Editor

Police seek missing, endangered Camas woman

May 15, 2016, 5:44pm Clark County News

The Camas Police Department requests the public's help with finding a 23-year-old Camas woman who left her home this morning during what her family called a manic episode, according to police. Read story

Officials identify man found dead Monday in Vancouver

May 11, 2016, 4:18pm Clark County News

The man found dead Monday in a Vancouver home was 31-year-old Fernando Cendejas-Pardo of Vancouver, who died of multiple gunshot wounds, according to the Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office. Read story

Emergency crews respond to a single-vehicle crash along Southeast Columbia Way near Joe's Crab Shack tonight. Four people were injured, according to police.

4 hurt in car crash near Vancouver waterfront

Emergency crews respond to a single-vehicle crash along Southeast Columbia Way near Joe's Crab Shack tonight. Four people were injured, according to police.

May 10, 2016, 9:59pm Clark County News

Three people suffered serious injuries and a fourth also was hurt tonight in a car crash near the west Vancouver waterfront. Read story

Four hurt in single-vehicle crash

May 10, 2016, 9:46pm Clark County News

Three people reportedly suffered critical injuries and a fourth also was hurt Tuesday night in a car crash near the west Vancouver waterfront. A gray car was spotted speeding on Southeast Columbia Way just before crashing in front of Joe’s Crab Shack, 101 S.E. Columbia… Read story

Shoppers browse the Master Gardener Foundation&#039;s Mother&#039;s Day-weekend plant sale at the 78th Street Heritage Farm on Sunday. About 22,000 plants were up for grabs over the weekend.

Annual plant sale: Growing a Mother’s Day tradition

Shoppers browse the Master Gardener Foundation&#039;s Mother&#039;s Day-weekend plant sale at the 78th Street Heritage Farm on Sunday. About 22,000 plants were up for grabs over the weekend.

May 8, 2016, 7:21pm Clark County News

Joyce Hollingsworth of Vancouver is a mother and a grandmother, but the plants her family purchased on Mother’s Day were on her. Read story

Man dies in car crash east of Washougal

May 8, 2016, 10:01am Clark County News

A Carson man died early this morning in a single-vehicle crash on state Highway 14, about five miles east of Washougal, according to the Washington State Patrol. Read story

Clark County Democrats held their legislative caucus and convention Sunday.

Clark County Democrats slog through convention

Clark County Democrats held their legislative caucus and convention Sunday.

May 1, 2016, 10:27pm Clark County News

The well-attended Clark County Democrats’ 2016 convention and legislative-district caucuses began with a burst of enthusiasm Sunday, but that excitement turned to crankiness for many participants as the daylong event dragged into the evening. Read story

Firefighters battle house fire in Vancouver

May 1, 2016, 9:19pm Clark County News

A home in Vancouver’s Rose Village neighborhood was damaged by a fire Sunday. Read story

Vancouver hiker reported lost is found safe on Mount Hood

May 1, 2016, 5:45pm Clark County News

A lost hiker from Vancouver was found safe on Mount Hood today. Read story

Former Vancouver mayor Bruce Hagensen, left, explains an effort to repeal the raises recently granted to Vancouver&#039;s mayor and City Council. The raises would go into effect in January, but opponents of the pay hike want to place a referendum on November&#039;s ballot to undo them.

Drive to repeal raises for Vancouver council, mayor kicks off

Former Vancouver mayor Bruce Hagensen, left, explains an effort to repeal the raises recently granted to Vancouver&#039;s mayor and City Council. The raises would go into effect in January, but opponents of the pay hike want to place a referendum on November&#039;s ballot to undo them.

April 24, 2016, 6:30pm Clark County News

A group of community leaders kicked off their effort on Sunday to undo the pay raises recently approved for Vancouver's mayor and city council -- salary increases that former Mayor Royce Pollard called "outrageous." Read story