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John Reynolds, a 1942 Camas High graduate, holds his infant daughter, Christina, while visiting his brother Arthur Reynolds' gravesite at the Cambridge American Cemetery and Memorial in Coton, England. Arthur Reynolds, also a Camas High graduate, was killed Nov. 10, 1943, during World War II.

Camas resident who died in World War II remembered

Her father and uncle both flew bombers during World War II, but war stories were not common during Christina Maree Reynolds Price’s childhood. Then, in the early 1990s, Reynolds Price…
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Teacher Tamara Harris playfully cautions Head Start students to stay quiet at Evergreen High School in 2022. Federal debt ceiling increase proposals on the table could leave early-learning and other domestic programs without funding increases in 2024.

Debt ceiling bill could hurt early-learning providers

With national buzz surrounding negotiations between the White House and Republican leaders over a debt ceiling bill to reduce the national deficit continuing, early-learning advocates in Washington outlined how a…
The Cedar Creek Grist Mill outside of Woodland sits above Cedar Creek. The mill, built in 1876 and restored in the 1980s, is operated by a group of about 10 volunteers. It is open to visitors every Saturday afternoon.

Cedar Creek Grist Mill keeps on turnin’

John Clapp first volunteered at the Cedar Creek Grist Mill outside of Woodland in 1978. Forty-five years later, he has learned a thing or two about grinding wheat and other…
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CytoDyn president going on medical leave

Some new leaders are taking the reins at local biotechnology company CytoDyn. The company’s current president, Dr. Cyrus Arman, is going on medical leave, with company Chief Financial Officer Antonio…
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The city of Vancouver has proposed a location for a fourth Safe Stay community. The city already has two pallet shelter communities open in the city — one on central Fourth Plain and one in east Vancouver's Image Neighborhood. The third location was supposed to be open in downtown by now but has seen delays.

Proposed location for Vancouver’s fourth Safe Stay draws mixed reviews

Property in the Lincoln neighborhood is being eyed for a potential home for the city of Vancouver’s fourth Safe Stay, which is resulting in mixed…


FILE - Workers walk past a Boeing Co. sign as they leave the factory where the company's 737 Max airplanes are built, Dec. 17, 2019, in Renton, Wash. U.S. accident investigators gave more details Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2023, about what they think caused a Boeing plane to crash in Ethiopia in 2019. The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said that a sensor which gave false readings about the plane was damaged by striking a foreign object, most likely a bird, which conflicts with a finding by Ethiopian officials. (AP Photo/Ted S.

Boeing works to absorb lessons from the MAX crashes and improve safety

As Boeing tries to emerge from the four-year shadow of two deadly 737 MAX crashes, executives on Tuesday described diverse efforts to improve its safety…


Mike Rabang is at risk for eviction from his Deming, Washington home. He's seen on May 12, 2023.

United Nations watchdogs raise concerns about Nooksack evictions, again

More than 5,000 miles separate Deming in Whatcom County, Washington, where the Nooksack River rushes out of the North Cascades, and the Palais des Nations…

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Head coach Matt Newman hoists the championship trophy as the Columbia River boys soccer team celebrates its 2A state championship after a 4-2 win over North Kitsap at Renton Memorial Stadium on Saturday, May 27, 2023.

2A state soccer: Big second half sends Columbia River to state championship

Rapids score three unanswered goals to beat North Kitsap 4-2


West Wendover City Hall is a hub of government in the city of 4,500. Community members packed the City Council's meeting room for a session in March at which the council voted against granting a building permit to Planned Parenthood Mar Monte for a clinic. Mayor Jasie Holm vetoed the council's decision.

Small, rural communities have become abortion access battlegrounds

In April, Mark Lee Dickson arrived in this 4,500-person city that hugs the Utah-Nevada border to pitch an ordinance banning abortion.

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First ‘visualization’ drawings released for replacement Interstate 5 Bridge

The Interstate Bridge Replacement Program released its first batch of visualizations of six replacement bridge options: four single-level bridges, one stacked bridge and one with…

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A person at left walks toward the entrance of a tent used by people experiencing homelessness, Tuesday, March 1, 2022, in downtown Seattle across the street from City Hall.  (AP Photo/Ted S.

Fentanyl has devastated King County’s homeless population, and the toll is getting worse

Before the pandemic, most fentanyl-related overdoses reported in the Seattle area involved people with homes.


Danny Grecco poses in front of his three-seater Avro biplane in 1928. He was an ace mechanic for Tex Rankin, as well as other pilots and corporations. He helped Silas Christofferson tear down and then rebuild a Curtiss Pusher atop the Multnomah Hotel before the plane's flight to the Vancouver Barracks. He also performed in air circuses as a daredevil wing walker. When he retired, he spent time restoring airplanes at Pearson Field.

Clark County History: Danny Grecco, ace mechanic

Dionysus Daniel “Danny” Grecco led a life in aviation that frequently put him in the right place at the right time. His luck exposed him…

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The east side of the Sierra Nevada mountain range along Highway 395 in Lone Pine, California.

Tribes say Caltrans bulldozers are poised to destroy sacred burial sites

It didn’t take long for a team of highway archaeologists to mark their first find while searching for buried human remains on an aging stretch…

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