The voting round continues until Wednesday at www.columbian.com/clark-asks/. We will announce the winners later in the week and get to work on the story.
If your favorite doesn’t get the most votes, don’t despair: We often pursue second- and third-place stories, as well. They’re all good questions. It’s just that the top vote-getter gets top priority.
After you’ve voted, go ahead and offer up your own question about a place, person or an issue in Clark County that mystifies or intrigues you. Is there something that you’ve always wondered about? Clark Asks is your chance to get the answers.
We most recently dug up the history of an abandoned pedestrian tunnel under Northwest 99th Street near Columbia River High School and wrote about it for the Jan. 9 Neighbors section.
We’ve also found out what happens when you don’t have exact change on C-Tran, who built a replica of the Golden Gate Bridge in Ridgefield and when the Columbia River last froze over in Vancouver.
All those questions came from our readers.
What questions do you have?