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Mikaela Fisher, a member of Brownie Girl Scout Troop 45722, helps support a huge American flag during Fort Vancouver's Flag Day celebration in 2017.

American, local traditions color Flag Day

Mikaela Fisher, a member of Brownie Girl Scout Troop 45722, helps support a huge American flag during Fort Vancouver's Flag Day celebration in 2017.

June 11, 2018, 6:03am Clark County News

and a few local ones — will be part of the community’s Flag Day celebration Thursday. Read story

Folk singer Woody Guthrie.

Off Beat: Dam song beloved by many, but not dam staff

Folk singer Woody Guthrie.

June 10, 2018, 4:58pm Clark County News

Woody Guthrie’s song about Bonneville Dam will live forever in the memories of just about everybody who has heard “Roll On, Columbia.” Read story

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Pollen: It’s getting worse

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June 9, 2018, 6:05am Clark County News

This allergy season, some people are thinking that their noses are runnier, their eyes are weepier and their sneezes are, well, sneezier. Read story

Pat Barry of Vancouver worked for 27 years as a park ranger at the Bonneville Visitor Center.

Stories of war, power fuel Bonneville book

Pat Barry of Vancouver worked for 27 years as a park ranger at the Bonneville Visitor Center.

June 5, 2018, 6:00am Clark County News

It provided paydays through the hardest of America’s hard times. It was part of a system that powered crucial industrial centers during World War II. Read story

The commemorative postmark created for the Vancouver stop last month when aviators celebrated the 100th anniversary of airmail service.

Off Beat: Vancouver airmail test led to Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis

The commemorative postmark created for the Vancouver stop last month when aviators celebrated the 100th anniversary of airmail service.

June 3, 2018, 7:30pm Clark County News

During the recent airmail centennial re-enactment that included a Vancouver stop, organizers said there was more to celebrate than airborne letters. Read story

Former Army buildings acquired by the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in 2012 are being renovated as a public-service campus, including two-story structures known as the “front row.” One of the historic Vancouver Barracks buildings is the Gifford Pinchot National Forest headquarters, and the National Park Service is looking to move the San Francisco regional office to Fort Vancouver.

National Park Service to relocate western regional office to Vancouver

Former Army buildings acquired by the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in 2012 are being renovated as a public-service campus, including two-story structures known as the “front row.” One of the historic Vancouver Barracks buildings is the Gifford Pinchot National Forest headquarters, and the National Park Service is looking to move the San Francisco regional office to Fort Vancouver.

June 2, 2018, 8:41pm Clark County News

The National Park Service is planning to relocate a western regional office to Vancouver in a move that could save almost $4 million a year. Read story

Fireworks light up the night sky last year to the delight of the crowd July 4 at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

Fort Vancouver’s Fourth to focus on fireworks again

Fireworks light up the night sky last year to the delight of the crowd July 4 at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

May 30, 2018, 5:43pm Clark County Life

It will be all about the boom again at Vancouver’s July 4 fireworks show. Read story

The southeast view of the proposed Providence Academy site development. An updated rendering will be revealed at Thursday’s open house.

Updated plan for Providence Academy project to be unveiled

The southeast view of the proposed Providence Academy site development. An updated rendering will be revealed at Thursday’s open house.

May 29, 2018, 6:03am Clark County News

The Historic Trust and the developer for its Providence Academy project will offer a public update on the plan Thursday. Read story

FDR’s options: Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, left, and Gen.

Off Beat: Before posting to Vancouver, Marshall was unsung WWI hero, author says

FDR’s options: Gen. Dwight Eisenhower, left, and Gen.

May 27, 2018, 4:28pm Clark County News

George C. Marshall was an unsung hero as well as a Nobel Prize winner. Read story

A restored Boeing 40C belonging to Addison Pemberton, visiting Pearson Field in 2011, flew West Coast airmail routes in the 1920s for Pacific Air Transport. Pemberton is part of this week’s airmail centennial celebration, flying his Stearman Speedmail.

Pearson Field to greet biplanes re-enacting debut of airmail service

A restored Boeing 40C belonging to Addison Pemberton, visiting Pearson Field in 2011, flew West Coast airmail routes in the 1920s for Pacific Air Transport. Pemberton is part of this week’s airmail centennial celebration, flying his Stearman Speedmail.

May 17, 2018, 6:02am Clark County News

Three vintage Stearman Speedmail biplanes will deliver some history to Vancouver today as part of the centennial celebration of America’s airmail service. Read story