Monday, June 27, 2022
June 27, 2022

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Vancouver kids Addy Bugge, 3, from left, joins Elizabeth White Eyes, 7, and Kai Sabanovic, 6, to beat the heat in the water feature at The Waterfront Vancouver on Monday afternoon. Forecasters predict cooler weather on the way.

Clark County heats up

After weeks of on-and-off rain, the Pacific Northwest finally has some heat.
A sign welcomes visitors to the Washougal Memorial Cemetery. The Washougal City Council in June approved a plan to eliminate the city's cemetery board and transfer the board's responsibilities to the city's parks board.

Washougal City Council votes to eliminate cemetery board

The Washougal City Council has eliminated the city’s cemetery board in a move that came as a great shock to the cemetery board’s president.
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Interstate 84 is closed in Oregon between Troutdale and Hood River due to a crane truck crash.

I-84 reopens after hours of closures due to major crash

Interstate 84 in Oregon reopened late Monday afternoon after hours of closures due to a major crash that moved a highway barrier and damaged the roadway.
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Photos by Dylan Jefferies/The Columbian 
Heritage High School English teacher Paul Hamonn speaks to a large crowd of demonstrators at a March for Our Lives rally at Vancouver Waterfront Park on Saturday.

Clark County schools strive to provide comfort, support in wake of school shootings, tragedies

In the days that followed the May 24 mass shooting at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, a communal grief washed across the United States.

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