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In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories from the week:
A Vancouver man who fatally shot an employee at a PeaceHealth medical building last week had confronted another employee a few minutes earlier over his appointment time, according to court documents.
Douglas Jeffrey Moore, 58, had arrived between 12:20 and 12:50 p.m. Dec. 22 at the Medical Center Physician’s Building, 505 N.E. 87th Ave., for a post-operative appointment. He was a couple of hours early, however, and was told he couldn’t be seen until his appointment time. He became agitated and left, court documents state.
- 20-year-old Liliya Zagariya, who was working as a concierge in the lobby, died
- Related: Vancouver medical office shooting victim had a ‘service heart
It may be unusual for someone to start a business in the midst of a pandemic, but according to early sales, Amira Ashley made the right call.
Amira, a Vancouver resident who recently turned 10, decided she didn’t want to wait to start her business until the COVID-19 pandemic subsided.
A Vancouver massage therapist, whose credentials were suspended earlier this year, is now facing criminal charges for allegedly inappropriately touching five female clients.
Raymond Alan Knutson, 34, faces one count of second-degree rape and five counts of indecent liberties without forcible compulsion. He appeared Wednesday via video link in Clark County Superior Court, according to court records.
Because communication about vaccines has been confusing, at best, and vaccine protocols seem to change daily, we’ll do our best to answer the questions our readers have asked here. But the answer to most can be summed up in this way: Nobody knows for certain.
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Vancouver Pizza Company, located in Uptown Village, is closing permanently due in part to the financial strain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the owners announced Sunday on Facebook.
Thursday will be the pizzeria’s last day, unless it runs out of ingredients sooner, according to the Facebook post.