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Treva and Jonathan Wittner, former residents at Hope Village, moved into housing and are now outreach workers at two of the city of Vancouver's Safe Stay villages.

After overcoming addiction and homelessness, couple help others find hope

Treva and Jonathan Wittner, former residents at Hope Village, moved into housing and are now outreach workers at two of the city of Vancouver's Safe Stay villages.

July 18, 2024, 6:09am Clark County News

Jonathan and Treva Wittner strolled across a walkway adorned with the message “Hope is here” — a testament to their journey. Read story

Defendant Austin Navarro enters the courtroom for opening statements in his murder trial at the Clark County Courthouse on July 10. The jury convicted him Wednesday of second-degree domestic violence murder and unlawful possession of a firearm.

Vancouver man guilty of murder in fatal shooting of his former girlfriend

Defendant Austin Navarro enters the courtroom for opening statements in his murder trial at the Clark County Courthouse on July 10. The jury convicted him Wednesday of second-degree domestic violence murder and unlawful possession of a firearm.

July 17, 2024, 4:09pm Clark County News

A Clark County Superior Court jury found a Vancouver man guilty of murder Wednesday in the shooting of his former girlfriend after less than a day of deliberations. Read story

The Vancouver City Council is considering action that would help protect and retain mobile home parks, like Vancouver Mobile Terrace, in the city.

Vancouver City Council considers zoning district to protect city’s mobile home parks

The Vancouver City Council is considering action that would help protect and retain mobile home parks, like Vancouver Mobile Terrace, in the city.

July 16, 2024, 5:37pm Clark County News

The city of Vancouver is considering more short-term zoning changes to increase the city’s housing options, most notably a mobile home park zoning district that would help preserve the less-expensive homes. Read story

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Clark County medical examiner identifies man killed in alleged hit-and-run near Andresen Road WinCo

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July 16, 2024, 5:34pm Clark County News

The Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office identified a 38-year-old man as the person found dead under a tree July 8 along Northeast Andresen Road. Read story

A real giveaway contest by Burgerville was targeted by scammers trying to get credit card information from people who comments on the Facebook post.

Fake Facebook account tried to use a real Burgerville giveaway to scam followers

A real giveaway contest by Burgerville was targeted by scammers trying to get credit card information from people who comments on the Facebook post.

July 16, 2024, 12:47pm Business

Customers hoping to win a Burgerville gift card through a Facebook promotion instead discovered a fake account was trying to scam them. Read story

Volunteer Almendra Velazquez installs a heat-measuring sensor on a car window Friday at the Center for Community Health. Velazquez and fellow volunteer Rebecca Small drove a one-hour route as part of Clark County Public Health's heat-mapping project. The data could help decide where cooling centers should be.

Clark County Public Health maps hottest neighborhoods to see who needs help

Volunteer Almendra Velazquez installs a heat-measuring sensor on a car window Friday at the Center for Community Health. Velazquez and fellow volunteer Rebecca Small drove a one-hour route as part of Clark County Public Health's heat-mapping project. The data could help decide where cooling centers should be.

July 16, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

Clark County Public Health is identifying the county’s hot spots. Not the hot spots that are the best places to grab dinner or spend a night on the town, but actual hot spots. Read story

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War members Tony Pasillas, left, and Tim O&rsquo;Neal fire a musket salute as part of Sunday&rsquo;s ceremony for Civil War veteran Blandaman &ldquo;Blandy&rdquo; L. Smith at Brush Prairie Cemetery.

Civil War-era veteran has a headstone 109 years after being buried at Brush Prairie Cemetery

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War members Tony Pasillas, left, and Tim O&rsquo;Neal fire a musket salute as part of Sunday&rsquo;s ceremony for Civil War veteran Blandaman &ldquo;Blandy&rdquo; L. Smith at Brush Prairie Cemetery.

July 15, 2024, 4:10pm Clark County News

A Civil War-era veteran was honored Sunday at Brush Prairie Cemetery with a headstone for the first time. Read story

Defense attorney Christie Emrich, center, speaks during a July 1 ceremony at Recovery Cafe as staff prepare to move the court farther east on Fourth Plain Boulevard.

Clark County’s Community Court ‘way different from regular court’, sees success in helping the homeless

Defense attorney Christie Emrich, center, speaks during a July 1 ceremony at Recovery Cafe as staff prepare to move the court farther east on Fourth Plain Boulevard.

July 13, 2024, 6:14am Clark County News

Jacob Anderson isn’t sure when he lost hope. He had big dreams of being an artist and a therapist like the one who helped him through hard times in junior high. But somewhere along the way, the plan fell apart. Read story

Dr. Kayla Harris, left, offers a treat to Mia, 5, an adoptable cat from the Humane Society for Southwest Washington, while the kitty pays a visit to the crew including vet assistant Isabel Chavez in the mobile veterinary clinic.

Humane Society for Southwest Washington launches mobile veterinary clinic for people who struggle to access care for their animals

Dr. Kayla Harris, left, offers a treat to Mia, 5, an adoptable cat from the Humane Society for Southwest Washington, while the kitty pays a visit to the crew including vet assistant Isabel Chavez in the mobile veterinary clinic.

July 13, 2024, 6:08am Clark County Life

Veterinary care just got a fresh set of wheels through the Humane Society for Southwest Washington’s new mobile clinic. Read story

A rendering of a planned stand-alone, inpatient rehabilitation facility in Vancouver.

PeaceHealth plans to build rehab facility to treat patients with brain injuries in Vancouver

A rendering of a planned stand-alone, inpatient rehabilitation facility in Vancouver.

July 12, 2024, 6:08am Business

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center announced Wednesday it will partner with Lifepoint Rehabilitation to build and operate a new stand-alone, inpatient rehabilitation facility in Vancouver. Read story