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Tonya Harding, left, and Nancy Kerrigan at the U.S. figure skating championships in January 1992, a month before the Winter Olympics.

Off Beat: An ‘I, Albert’ look at Tonya’s 1992 Olympics

Tonya Harding, left, and Nancy Kerrigan at the U.S. figure skating championships in January 1992, a month before the Winter Olympics.

February 18, 2018, 4:48pm Clark County News

Twenty-six years ago, the only blot on Tonya Harding’s figure-skating résumé might have involved the time her folks fibbed about her age. Read story

Children from ages 3 to 6 are the focus of a new program at Fort Vancouver. The four monthly sessions will feature stories, artifacts and crafts, including creating a booklet of animal tracks.

Little Learners program creates fun lessons for preschoolers

Children from ages 3 to 6 are the focus of a new program at Fort Vancouver. The four monthly sessions will feature stories, artifacts and crafts, including creating a booklet of animal tracks.

February 15, 2018, 6:00am Clark County News

A new preschooler-friendly program at Fort Vancouver will give children ages 3 to 6 and their caregivers a chance to explore history and archaeology through items that include teacups, toys and animal furs. Read story

Dan Ogden is greeted by Gov. Jay Inslee during Val Ogden’s memorial service at Clark College on April 26, 2014. Dan Ogden, who died Wednesday, was part of creating national systems for trails and wild scenic rivers 50 years ago.

Off Beat: Ogden blazed trail to preserve nation’s wild, scenic areas

Dan Ogden is greeted by Gov. Jay Inslee during Val Ogden’s memorial service at Clark College on April 26, 2014. Dan Ogden, who died Wednesday, was part of creating national systems for trails and wild scenic rivers 50 years ago.

February 11, 2018, 4:25pm Clark County News

Dan Ogden will be remembered for his community efforts, but he also influenced the path of some of America’s most spectacular recreational resources. Read story

Daniel Handler, aka Lemony Snicket, will speak at the library fundraiser.

Author Daniel Handler to speak at library’s Nov. 7 fundraiser

Daniel Handler, aka Lemony Snicket, will speak at the library fundraiser.

February 11, 2018, 6:02am Clark County News

For its 2018 fundraising dinner, the Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation is tapping into “A Series of Unfortunate Events.” Read story

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, left, and Dan Ogden applaud a speaker during a memorial service for Val Ogden on April 26, 2014, at Clark College. Dan Ogden died Wednesday.

Dan Ogden, political and civic leader, dies at 95

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, left, and Dan Ogden applaud a speaker during a memorial service for Val Ogden on April 26, 2014, at Clark College. Dan Ogden died Wednesday.

February 9, 2018, 11:40am Clark County News

Dan Ogden Jr., whose lengthy poltical résumé included campaigning for JFK as well as for his late wife, Val Ogden, has died. Read story

The event's keynote speaker is Kim Wyman, Washington's 15th secretary of state, and the second woman to hold that position.

Historic Trust seeks nominees for awards

The event's keynote speaker is Kim Wyman, Washington's 15th secretary of state, and the second woman to hold that position.

February 8, 2018, 5:27pm Clark County News

The Historic Trust is seeking nominations for the 2018 leadership awards honoring Gen. George C. Marshall. Read story

Trail creator Don Cannard watches as crews work on Aug. 17, 2016, at the Ellen Davis Trail.

Community activist, outdoors advocate Don Cannard dies at 88

Trail creator Don Cannard watches as crews work on Aug. 17, 2016, at the Ellen Davis Trail.

February 6, 2018, 7:40pm Clark County News

Community activists and civic leaders sometimes are described as trailblazers. That wasn’t just a figure of speech for Don Cannard. Read story

A copy of Action Comics from September 1938 is seen Dec. 14 at I Like Comics in Uptown Village. It is priced at $5,000.

Off Beat: Even superheroes have to compete for press

A copy of Action Comics from September 1938 is seen Dec. 14 at I Like Comics in Uptown Village. It is priced at $5,000.

February 4, 2018, 5:07pm Clark County News

In his downtown Vancouver store, owner Chris Simons can show you when nobody knew who Batman was. Read story

Just under an acre of land on the south side of WinCo Foods, along Northeast 119th Street, has been acquired as the site of a new Brush Prairie library.

Bookmarked: Brush Prairie library location

Just under an acre of land on the south side of WinCo Foods, along Northeast 119th Street, has been acquired as the site of a new Brush Prairie library.

January 31, 2018, 6:00am Clark County Life

A blank space in Clark County's library map is starting to get filled in. Read story

Marcella Leonard, one of the grandchildren of the “Million Dollar Grandma,” will discuss jazz singer Mary Elizabeth Lockridge in the opening First Thursday talk of 2018 at the Clark County Historical Museum. Leonard is shown at last month’s Kwanzaa celebration.

Jazz singer’s story marks First Thursday’s 2018 kickoff

Marcella Leonard, one of the grandchildren of the “Million Dollar Grandma,” will discuss jazz singer Mary Elizabeth Lockridge in the opening First Thursday talk of 2018 at the Clark County Historical Museum. Leonard is shown at last month’s Kwanzaa celebration.

January 29, 2018, 7:11pm Clark County News

The story of a jazz singer, told by her granddaughter, will kick off the 2018 First Thursday schedule at the Clark County Historical Museum. Read story