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Swimmers join a stand-up paddleboarder as they gather to beat the extreme heat at Lacamas Park on Monday afternoon, June 28, 2021.

Camas threatened with lawsuit over lake

Swimmers join a stand-up paddleboarder as they gather to beat the extreme heat at Lacamas Park on Monday afternoon, June 28, 2021.

August 29, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

CAMAS — Threats of a lawsuit have put a damper on the Lacamas Creek Watershed Committee, an ad hoc group created in 2020 to investigate and advise the city of Camas on water quality topics related to the Lacamas Creek Watershed and the city’s Lacamas, Round and Fallen Leaf lakes. Read story

Woodland City Hall  (The Columbian files)

Woodland passes resolution to oppose vaccine mandates in city and across Washington

Woodland City Hall  (The Columbian files)

August 28, 2021, 5:05pm Clark County News

Woodland has become the first city in Cowlitz County to pass a formal declaration opposing Washington's COVID-19 vaccine mandates. Read story

Vancouver police arrest man in domestic violence homicide

August 27, 2021, 8:36pm Clark County News

Police announced Friday night that they had arrested a man in connection with a domestic violence homicide Monday in central Vancouver. Read story

David Bogdanov is escorted into the courtroom on Friday before the verdict is read in the slaying of Nikki Kuhnhausen.

Bogdanov found guilty of murder in death of Nikki Kuhnhausenvideo icon

David Bogdanov is escorted into the courtroom on Friday before the verdict is read in the slaying of Nikki Kuhnhausen.

August 27, 2021, 12:25pm Clark County News

Nikki Kuhnhausen’s mother and supporters exhaled a collective sigh of relief Friday as a judge announced that David Bogdanov was found guilty of second-degree murder and malicious harassment in the transgender teen’s death. Read story

Defendant David Bogdanov awaits the verdict in his murder trial Thursday afternoon at the Clark County Courthouse. The Superior Court jury had not reached a verdict by the end of the day Thursday and will resume deliberations today.

Juror issue complicates deliberations in Nikki Kuhnhausen slaying trial

Defendant David Bogdanov awaits the verdict in his murder trial Thursday afternoon at the Clark County Courthouse. The Superior Court jury had not reached a verdict by the end of the day Thursday and will resume deliberations today.

August 26, 2021, 6:36pm Clark County News

After a full day of deliberations Thursday, the jury in David Bogdanov’s murder trial did not reach a verdict and expressed concerns to the court about potential juror misconduct. Read story

Dorothy Hollingsworth sits next to a podium Thursday prior to the ribbon-cutting ceremony at Hollingsworth Academy. The school, formerly 49th Street Academy, was named after Hollingsworth in honor of her achievements in education, including being the first Black woman to serve on Seattle's school board. Hollingsworth is 100 years old and came with her family from Seattle for Thursday's ceremony.

Educator Hollingsworth helps open Evergreen school named in her honor

Dorothy Hollingsworth sits next to a podium Thursday prior to the ribbon-cutting ceremony at Hollingsworth Academy. The school, formerly 49th Street Academy, was named after Hollingsworth in honor of her achievements in education, including being the first Black woman to serve on Seattle's school board. Hollingsworth is 100 years old and came with her family from Seattle for Thursday's ceremony.

August 26, 2021, 6:31pm Clark County News

If your dreams don’t include others, they’re not big enough. Read story

Jullienne Adams, owner and founder of LiquidNation, started the business out of her garage after buying a pallet of 15 miscellaneous goods from an auction website for $375 about three years ago, she said.

Vancouver woman builds liquidated-goods business, LiquidNation, despite variety of obstacles

Jullienne Adams, owner and founder of LiquidNation, started the business out of her garage after buying a pallet of 15 miscellaneous goods from an auction website for $375 about three years ago, she said.

August 26, 2021, 6:01am Business

There’s a little hole-in-the-wall family business in central Vancouver run by a woman who clawed her way out of homelessness and is now selling liquidated goods that she buys by the pallet. Read story

A sign outside PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center honors hospital staff working hard to treat patients during the COVID-19 crisis April 2, 2020.

PeaceHealth officials expect COVID-19 surge to peak Sept. 4

A sign outside PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center honors hospital staff working hard to treat patients during the COVID-19 crisis April 2, 2020.

August 25, 2021, 11:34am Clark County Health

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center officials announced Wednesday morning that their modeling suggests that the current wave of COVID-19 patients at the hospital will reach its peak on about Sept. 4. Read story

John Bishop leads a prayer during a staff meeting at Living Hope Church on Oct. 21, 2011.

Christian Bale to portray ex-Living Hope Church leader Bishop in movie about pastor’s fall

John Bishop leads a prayer during a staff meeting at Living Hope Church on Oct. 21, 2011.

August 25, 2021, 6:15am Churches & Religion

Oscar winner Christian Bale — who’s played a psychotic killer, Batman and former Vice President Dick Cheney — is set to star in a film about former Living Hope Church pastor turned convicted drug smuggler John Bishop. Read story

Officer Tyler Chavers stops to check on a homeless encampment near Share House in downtown Vancouver in July 2020.

Vancouver: No plan to mandate vaccines for city employees

Officer Tyler Chavers stops to check on a homeless encampment near Share House in downtown Vancouver in July 2020.

August 25, 2021, 6:11am Clark County News

The city of Vancouver is not considering implementing policies that would require that its employees receive their COVID-19 vaccinations, a city spokesperson confirmed on Tuesday. Read story