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NORTH SALMON CREEK: The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, with guest conductor Sarah Ioannides, the music director of Symphony Tacoma, was featured by "PBS News Hour" on Jan. 17.

Vancouver Symphony Orchestra honors COVID-19 victims

NORTH SALMON CREEK: The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, with guest conductor Sarah Ioannides, the music director of Symphony Tacoma, was featured by "PBS News Hour" on Jan. 17.

February 27, 2021, 6:01am Community

NORTH SALMON CREEK — The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra performed for an audience of zero at the Skyview Concert Hall on Jan. 17 to honor victims of COVID-19. The tribute was featured by “PBS News Hour” and streamed on its YouTube channel, which has 2.5 million subscribers. The orchestra performed Samuel… Read story

You Can Help

February 27, 2021, 5:58am Community

DOGPAW seeks volunteers to clean up the Ike Dog Park from 10 a.m. to noon March 6, meeting at the park’s lower entrance, 5167 N.E. 15th Ave., Vancouver. Bring gloves, a face mask, and water. Tasks include pulling weeds, moving gravel and dirt, filling holes, replacing the gate post, and… Read story

VAN MALL: TMG employees Michelle Villarma, Megan Francis, Elizabeth Divers and Vanessa MacAllister shopped for holiday gifts for foster children sponsored by TMG Cares.

TMG and Bridge the Gap help foster children during holidays

VAN MALL: TMG employees Michelle Villarma, Megan Francis, Elizabeth Divers and Vanessa MacAllister shopped for holiday gifts for foster children sponsored by TMG Cares.

February 27, 2021, 5:57am Community

VAN MALL — TMG Cares, the nonprofit arm of TMG Property Management Services NW, helped five foster children in Clark County during the holidays. The organization worked with Bridge the Gap, an outreach organization to help enrich the lives of abused and neglected children, to identify the children who needed… Read story

WOODLAND: Woodland High School student Leah Riley, left, participated in National Civics and Law Academy in 2020 before the pandemic. Typically students spend a week in Washington, D.C.

Woodland students selected for government learning programs

WOODLAND: Woodland High School student Leah Riley, left, participated in National Civics and Law Academy in 2020 before the pandemic. Typically students spend a week in Washington, D.C.

February 27, 2021, 5:57am Community

WOODLAND — Two Woodland High School students were recently selected to participate in programs that encourage learning about the U.S. government. Read story

ORCHARDS: Laura Mathews constructed popular "Frozen" movie character Olaf in the yard of her Orchards home after a snow storm hit the region earlier this month.

Olaf comes to life in Clark County

ORCHARDS: Laura Mathews constructed popular "Frozen" movie character Olaf in the yard of her Orchards home after a snow storm hit the region earlier this month.

February 27, 2021, 5:56am Community

ORCHARDS — Laura Mathews constructed popular “Frozen” movie character Olaf in the yard of her Orchards home after a snow storm hit the region earlier this month. “A select few of our family decided to have a snowman building competition, while snowed in at home these past few days and… Read story

STEVENSON: DECA students at Stevenson High School attended the Innovate2020 conference online this year.

Stevenson students design shoes, hear from Nike exec at virtual conference

STEVENSON: DECA students at Stevenson High School attended the Innovate2020 conference online this year.

February 27, 2021, 5:55am Community

STEVENSON — Stevenson High School DECA students attended Innovate2020, the Western Leadership Development Conference, virtually this year from Nov. 9-13. Read story

RIDGEFIELD: Two were added to a wall honoring veterans at the U.S.

Two added to Ridgefield wall honoring local veterans

RIDGEFIELD: Two were added to a wall honoring veterans at the U.S.

February 27, 2021, 5:54am Community

RIDGEFIELD — The U.S. Post Office at 205 N. Main Ave. recently added two photos of deceased commanders to its wall honoring local veterans. The photos were of Tom McCarthy, who served in the Navy, and Bruce Crockett, who served in the Army. The American Legion Post No. 44 honored… Read story

WASHOUGAL: The Jemtegaard Middle School Band, including eighth-grader Chance Wilson on tuba, helped Columbia River Gorge Elementary third-grade students understand concepts of sound and sound waves over Zoom.

Washougal students learn about sound via Zoom

WASHOUGAL: The Jemtegaard Middle School Band, including eighth-grader Chance Wilson on tuba, helped Columbia River Gorge Elementary third-grade students understand concepts of sound and sound waves over Zoom.

February 27, 2021, 5:54am Community

WASHOUGAL — Jemtegaard Middle School’s band recently helped Columbia River Gorge Elementary third-grade students of Ellen Hein, Angela Barnes and Carlie Green better understand concepts of sound and sound waves. Read story

Clark County students win awards for future city designs

February 20, 2021, 5:58am Community

CLARK COUNTY — Students from King’s Way Christian School and Pacific Middle School were among some of the top winners of DiscoverE’s Future City Competition, a nonprofit educational program that asks middle-school students to imagine, design and build “cities of the future.” Read story

Furry Friends receives donations from Giving Trees

February 20, 2021, 5:58am Community

MINNEHAHA — Several businesses around the Vancouver area put up “Giving Trees” over the holidays to help bring in donations, including supplies, for Furry Friends, a local nonprofit, no-kill cat shelter. Read story