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In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories from the week:
Firefighters from Clark County Fire District 6 were called to a water main break on 99th Street shortly after midnight Friday that sent thousands of gallons of water rushing into Columbia River High School, according to a press release.
Vancouver police and city staff on Tuesday “strongly encouraged” people who were staying in Leverich Park to move.
A growing number of people without homes were living at the west Vancouver park, where trash was accumulating, prompting neighbors to contact city councilors and push for a response.
The Vancouver Police Department is looking into whether one of its sergeants acted inappropriately when he shared his stance on Patriot Prayer and Black Lives Matter during an interview with a defense attorney.
Clark County Public Health has launched an online dashboard for COVID-19 cases in local public and private K-12 schools. The webpage will be updated every Thursday.
The dashboard gives Clark County a one-stop site to check for COVID-19 cases that have been linked to area schools. Public Health works closely with local schools whenever a positive case has been on a school campus when they were possibly contagious, according to the Public Health webpage.
A woman passing out flyers for a Democratic candidate for the state Legislature over the weekend was approached by a man who called her a “Nazi,” a “hate-filled little (expletive)” and a “Christian-hating bigot.”
A video of the interaction was recorded by Bethany Rivard and posted to Facebook, drawing condemnation from a list of elected leaders that included Gov. Jay Inslee.