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In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories of the week:
A Vancouver police officer shot and killed a 16-year-old boy while investigating a disturbance Tuesday night at a Southeast Ellsworth Road apartment complex, according to the Vancouver Police Department.
The boy was identified by a family friend as Clayton Joseph. He was a student at Evergreen High School, according to district spokeswoman Gail Spolar. Joseph began attending the high school in December, she said.
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One of Seattle and Portland’s fine dining mainstays is adding a new location: El Gaucho Vancouver will open in 2020 on the ground floor of the future Hotel Indigo at The Waterfront Vancouver.
Hotel Indigo developer Kirkland Development and the steakhouse’s parent company, Fire & Vine Hospitality, announced the news Monday.
At the end of an alleyway in Vancouver’s Arnada neighborhood were remnants of a campsite: cans, sleeping bags, clothes, a chair, a cooler and a carton of smashed eggs, all ruined by the rain.
Neighborhood Police Officer Tyler Chavers had posted a cleanup notice at the campsite on Tuesday after getting complaints from a 91-year-old woman who lives in a home next to the camp. None of the campers were still there Friday morning. Tammi Neblock, a code enforcement officer with the city of Vancouver, said it all would be hauled to Waste Connections.
A Vancouver man accused of raping two girls in separate incidents appeared Tuesday morning in Clark County Superior Court.
Raeshaun Marquis Bolds, 19, pleaded not guilty to two counts of second-degree rape of a child. Judge Robert Lewis set Bolds’ bail at $50,000, according to court records.
Clark County’s measles outbreak remains at 64 cases, according to a Clark County Public Health news release. There are two suspected cases but Public Health hasn’t identified any new exposure locations.
For a complete list of exposure sites, visit our measles exposure site page.