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Jay Leno and Clayton Paddison confer during Wednesday’s filming session in Vancouver. (M.J.
Dr. John McLoughlin (portrayed by Ron Cronin) presides over the meal at the head of the table as sound man William Ward and cameraman Greg Bond film the scene in the Chief Factor’s House in December at Fort Vancouver.

Vancouver filmmaker explores the history behind the fort

Dr. John McLoughlin (portrayed by Ron Cronin) presides over the meal at the head of the table as sound man William Ward and cameraman Greg Bond film the scene in the Chief Factor’s House in December at Fort Vancouver.

May 11, 2018, 6:04am Clark County Life

This time, Beth Harrington’s assignment really hit close to home. Read story

Amy Clearman, a graduate student at Portland State University and research assistant at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, explains her community archaeology project. It’s a search for the spot where Fort Vancouver originally was built in 1825 on the bluff above the Columbia River.
Jim Obester’s fluorescent photo of a tube-dwelling anemone took first place in the underwater category of National Geographic’s 2017 nature photography contest. The Vancouver resident took the photo at Sund Rock, near Hoodsport on Hood Canal.

Vancouver doctor wins National Geographic photography contest

Jim Obester’s fluorescent photo of a tube-dwelling anemone took first place in the underwater category of National Geographic’s 2017 nature photography contest. The Vancouver resident took the photo at Sund Rock, near Hoodsport on Hood Canal.

May 6, 2018, 6:05am Clark County Life

Jim Obester sees things that most people don’t. Read story

A southeast view of proposed Providence Academy site development, as recently presented to the public. Updated renderings are due at the end of the month.

Academy redesign coming soon

A southeast view of proposed Providence Academy site development, as recently presented to the public. Updated renderings are due at the end of the month.

May 5, 2018, 11:07pm Clark County News

An updated design for development at the Providence Academy site is expected at the end of the month, officials of The Historic Trust said Friday. Read story

Johnston Ridge Observatory at Mount St. Helens.

‘It’s a Blast’ part of Volcano Preparedness Month

Johnston Ridge Observatory at Mount St. Helens.

May 2, 2018, 6:05am Clark County News

An open house on May 12 at Vancouver’s U.S. Geological Survey center and the season opening of the observatory near the crater of Mount St. Helens on May 16 will be part of Volcano Preparedness Month in Washington. Read story

Amy Clearman, a graduate student at Portland State University and research assistant at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, explains her community archaeology project. It’s a search for the spot where Fort Vancouver originally was built in 1825 on the bluff above the Columbia River.

Graduate student embarks on project to pinpoint site of original Fort Vancouver

Amy Clearman, a graduate student at Portland State University and research assistant at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, explains her community archaeology project. It’s a search for the spot where Fort Vancouver originally was built in 1825 on the bluff above the Columbia River.

May 2, 2018, 5:59am Clark County Life

The establishment of Fort Vancouver in 1825 was a pivotal moment in the history of the Pacific Northwest. Read story

Citrus ripening at Fort Vancouver in August 2015, in front of the Chief Factor’s House.

Off Beat: An 1840s menu for campout in 2018

Citrus ripening at Fort Vancouver in August 2015, in front of the Chief Factor’s House.

April 30, 2018, 6:00am Clark County News

If you enjoyed fine dining 170 years ago, Fort Vancouver was not a bad place to be. It all depended on who invited you to dinner, of course, with the classiest cuisine gracing the table of Hudson’s Bay Company officials. Read story

Off Beat: I Have a Dream program an investment in people, futures

April 23, 2018, 6:00am Clark County News

Ralph Gilbert had lunch with a couple of community leaders in 1997 and brought back something to share with his wife. Read story

Christina Gay, left, administers medication to Gene Wickstrom of Cathlamet during the April 5 night shift at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center in Vancouver. Gay’s class at Hough Elementary School was tapped for the local I Have a Dream program in 1997 and she studied nursing at Clark College and Washington State University Vancouver.

Cancer couldn’t derail this ‘I Have a Dream’ alum’s goal to be a nurse

Christina Gay, left, administers medication to Gene Wickstrom of Cathlamet during the April 5 night shift at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center in Vancouver. Gay’s class at Hough Elementary School was tapped for the local I Have a Dream program in 1997 and she studied nursing at Clark College and Washington State University Vancouver.

April 22, 2018, 6:00am Clark County News

A lot of people helped Christina Gay move forward in life. Read story