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Claudia Carter's Elephant Goddess sculpture sits behind a glass case in the Vancouver Community Library's fifth-floor Vancouver Room. Carter is known for creating an annual Black History Month exhibit at the library.

Artist Claudia Carter’s sculpture on permanent display at Vancouver Community Library

Claudia Carter's Elephant Goddess sculpture sits behind a glass case in the Vancouver Community Library's fifth-floor Vancouver Room. Carter is known for creating an annual Black History Month exhibit at the library.

June 19, 2021, 2:14pm Clark County Health

As Vancouver resident Claudia Carter continues to fight stage 4 pancreatic cancer, she recently crossed one more thing off her bucket list. Read story

Two Vancouver senior care facilities see COVID outbreaks

June 5, 2021, 5:55am Clark County News

Clark County Public Health has confirmed COVID-19 outbreaks in two local senior care facilities. Read story

Suzanne Haidri, left, goes through a series of exercises with the help of trainer Jan Beyer at Fisticuffs Gym in Vancouver. Haidri has Parkinson's disease, and boxing has helped improve her strength, speed and balance.

Vancouver woman uses boxing to fight Parkinson’s disease

Suzanne Haidri, left, goes through a series of exercises with the help of trainer Jan Beyer at Fisticuffs Gym in Vancouver. Haidri has Parkinson's disease, and boxing has helped improve her strength, speed and balance.

June 4, 2021, 6:06am Clark County Health

Suzanne Haidri, 60, never thought of herself as a boxer, but a personal journal entry from July 2018 shows she had the spirit and drive for it. Read story

Women entrepreneurs in Southwest Washington can apply for Heart Association grants

June 4, 2021, 5:56am Clark County News

The American Heart Association is seeking women entrepreneurs in Southwest Washington and Oregon to apply for financial grants for business solutions to address social determinants of health. Read story

Free event in Vancouver to focus on vaccinations for homeless people

June 2, 2021, 5:58am Clark County News

Thrive 2 Survive, a community outreach arm of Recovery Cafe Clark County, will host an event June 13 to connect people without housing with relevant community resources and offer free COVID-19 vaccine. Read story

Volunteer and Clark County Public Health workers administer vaccines at Public Health's COVID-19 short-term vaccination pod at Woodland High School on May 8. Public Health administered 144 doses of Pfizer's vaccine at the event, and 183 doses of Johnson & Johnson's one-shot vaccine.

COVID-19 vaccine breakthrough cases rare in Clark County

Volunteer and Clark County Public Health workers administer vaccines at Public Health's COVID-19 short-term vaccination pod at Woodland High School on May 8. Public Health administered 144 doses of Pfizer's vaccine at the event, and 183 doses of Johnson & Johnson's one-shot vaccine.

June 1, 2021, 6:05am Clark County Health

Data for Clark County and the state show that COVID-19 vaccines are extremely effective at preventing COVID-19 infections as well as hospitalizations and deaths. Read story

Signs are posted around Vancouver Lake to warn visitors that the lake is closed due to toxic algae in August 2019.

Clark County Public Health urges caution for swimmers, boaters as summer approaches

Signs are posted around Vancouver Lake to warn visitors that the lake is closed due to toxic algae in August 2019.

May 29, 2021, 3:06pm Clark County Health

As temperatures rise and summer approaches, swimming and boating will be commonplace in Clark County. Read story

Fourth Plain Forward offering vaccine pods in Vancouver

May 28, 2021, 5:56am Clark County Health

Fourth Plain Forward offering vaccine pods Read story

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Clark County Council Chair Quiring O’Brien pushes for extra barriers to vaccination for those 12 to 15

Eileen Quiring

May 26, 2021, 6:02pm Clark County Health

Early in Wednesday’s Clark County Board of Health meeting, there was discussion about rising rates of COVID-19 among young adults and adolescents in Washington. Read story

Allison Berhow of Northwest Staffing, from left, collects a sample COVID-19 test from Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle as Jenny Wilson of Vancouver's Parks and Recreation Department looks on. COVID-19 testing will be a key part of virus surveillance moving forward.

Clark County officials: Coronavirus testing will be key moving forward

Allison Berhow of Northwest Staffing, from left, collects a sample COVID-19 test from Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle as Jenny Wilson of Vancouver's Parks and Recreation Department looks on. COVID-19 testing will be a key part of virus surveillance moving forward.

May 24, 2021, 4:37pm Clark County News

With roughly half of all Americans at least partially vaccinated against COVID-19, the U.S. is beginning to reap the benefits of its inoculation campaign. Read story