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Dr. Beth Lee, left, and Dr. Art Simons volunteered for disaster relief with Team Rubicon, and Simons also made a trip with Project Hope.

Off Beat: Sometimes disaster victims just want you to listen

Dr. Beth Lee, left, and Dr. Art Simons volunteered for disaster relief with Team Rubicon, and Simons also made a trip with Project Hope.

March 18, 2018, 4:23pm Clark County News

When Clark County volunteers rush to disasters, an important piece of their response plan always makes the trip. Read story

Vancouver police say missing teen back home

March 17, 2018, 10:26pm Clark County News

A boy who had been reported missing is back home. Read story

Volunteers dig in for Steigerwald Lake

March 17, 2018, 9:27pm Clark County News

Shamrocks? Not so much. On this St. Patrick's Day gathering, the focus was on swamp rose and snowberry, willow and dogwood. The event was a habitat restoration project Saturday morning just east of Washougal. Read story

A sister-city delegation from Joyo, Japan, visits a monument to their castaway countrymen at the Fort Vancouver Visitor Center.

Off beat: Tale of castaway sailors a real draw for sister-city visitors

A sister-city delegation from Joyo, Japan, visits a monument to their castaway countrymen at the Fort Vancouver Visitor Center.

March 11, 2018, 7:44pm Clark County News

On their international journey, the three travelers had transportation issues that landed them in an unexpected destination: Vancouver. Read story

Lisa Gibert CEO of Clark College Foundation

Clark College Foundation CEO wins national award

Lisa Gibert CEO of Clark College Foundation

March 11, 2018, 6:01am Clark County News

Lisa Gibert, CEO of Clark College Foundation, is being honored as one of the nation’s top fundraising leaders. Read story

The bells that ring from the tower of the Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater in downtown Vancouver actually is recorded chiming made by European cathedral bells.

Church’s bells always chime on time

The bells that ring from the tower of the Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater in downtown Vancouver actually is recorded chiming made by European cathedral bells.

March 10, 2018, 6:05am Clark County News

The bell ringer at St. James won’t have to get up an hour early to call the faithful to Sunday’s 7:30 a.m. Mass. Read story

Artist Bill Rutherford talks about creating tribally inspired masks during a 2015 workshop at Pearson Air Museum in Vancouver. He will speak Saturday at the Fort Vancouver Visitor Center, where nine of his masks are on display.

Artist interprets 9 beings with tribally inspired masks

Artist Bill Rutherford talks about creating tribally inspired masks during a 2015 workshop at Pearson Air Museum in Vancouver. He will speak Saturday at the Fort Vancouver Visitor Center, where nine of his masks are on display.

March 8, 2018, 8:25pm Clark County News

In an artistic double-take, viewers will be able to examine tribally inspired creations that will be looking right back at them. Read story

The five foundresses of the Sisters of Providence in the West: Mother Joseph, center, is surrounded by Praxedes of Providence, clockwise from left, Vincent de Paul, Blandine of the Holy Angels and Mary of the Precious Blood.

Off Beat: Mother Joseph followed her marching orders

The five foundresses of the Sisters of Providence in the West: Mother Joseph, center, is surrounded by Praxedes of Providence, clockwise from left, Vincent de Paul, Blandine of the Holy Angels and Mary of the Precious Blood.

March 4, 2018, 3:47pm Clark County News

Esther Pariseau was a determined young woman who chafed against British colonial rule and even outfitted her own uniformed brigade of junior activists. Read story

A wax doll of baby Jesus made by Mother Joseph will be part of the First Thursday program at the Clark County Historical Museum.

Clark County Historical Museum celebrates Mother Joseph’s legacy

A wax doll of baby Jesus made by Mother Joseph will be part of the First Thursday program at the Clark County Historical Museum.

February 28, 2018, 6:02am Clark County Life

The legacy of Mother Joseph — including people, places and a wax sculpture of baby Jesus — will be celebrated Thursday at the Clark County Historical Museum. Read story

Off Beat: Vancouver woman blazed trail to Olympic gold in 1948

February 25, 2018, 4:47pm Clark County News

Sunday’s closing ceremonies were a chance to celebrate the success of America’s athletes during the 2018 Winter Games. Read story