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Morning Press: Fatal crash; holiday lights tour; prepare for winter road conditions

The Columbian
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What will the winter weather bring? Check out the local weather forecast before you head outside.

In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories from the week:’

Boy dies in car crash on way to school in Camas

A Camas High School student died Tuesday morning after the car he was riding in on his way to school crashed through a fence and into a house.

Clark County sheriff’s deputies and Washougal police responded to the crash at 8:14 a.m. at Southeast Nourse Road and 280th Court, less than a mile from Camas High School.

Take a tour of holiday lights in Clark County

If you’re looking for holiday cheer, these Clark County residents invite you to drive by their houses.

Vancouver urges residents to be prepared for winter road conditions

As the city of Vancouver’s Public Works crews are preparing for winter conditions, city staff urge residents to take their own precautions for managing freezing weather.

The mixture of rain and snow that appeared in Vancouver on Monday night will become more common as the season progresses, according to the National Weather Service. Although this week’s brush with winter resulted in no snow accumulation, residents should already be taking precautions when driving.

Wintry weather prompts warnings, school delays in Clark County

Wintry weather is bringing isolated snow showers and hazardous driving conditions to Clark County.

The National Weather Service issued an advisory that isolated snow showers will accumulate up to a half inch on elevated or grassy surfaces and cause slushy conditions on the roads.

With temperatures near or below freezing, black ice may accumulate on bridges and overpasses,

Indoor pickleball courts open in north-central Vancouver

Vancouver and Portland’s first indoor, dedicated pickleball courts opened in a brand new building in north-central Vancouver.

Padelhorn, co-founded by brothers Rod and Rick Dallum, is at 9210 N.E. 62nd Ave. Building A, Suite 110. Padelhorn’s grand opening is at 1 p.m. Saturday, celebrating the facility, which has cutting-edge software that allows it to operate with no employees.

 

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