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Construction begins Wednesday morning on a new playground at Esther Short Park. The former playground was destroyed by an arsonist in early 2022. The fire caused an estimated $200,000 in damage to the popular playground, which has remained closed since the blaze.

Construction begins on Esther Short Park playground in Vancouver

Construction begins Wednesday morning on a new playground at Esther Short Park. The former playground was destroyed by an arsonist in early 2022. The fire caused an estimated $200,000 in damage to the popular playground, which has remained closed since the blaze.

November 9, 2022, 5:14pm Clark County News

Washington’s oldest square is set to reopen its new playground later this year after a fire left it charred and dangerous for play. Read story

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Arrest made in Fourth Plain shooting, crash

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November 9, 2022, 2:28pm Clark County News

A Vancouver man was arrested after police say he shot another man in the torso Tuesday afternoon while confronting him about damage to his car. Read story

Campaign manager Scott Wilcox, second from right, embraces John Horch, right, to celebrate Horch's Tuesday night lead in the Clark County sheriff's race at an election night gathering at the Red Cross Building at the Fort Vancouver National Site.

Horch likely winner for Clark County sheriff

Campaign manager Scott Wilcox, second from right, embraces John Horch, right, to celebrate Horch's Tuesday night lead in the Clark County sheriff's race at an election night gathering at the Red Cross Building at the Fort Vancouver National Site.

November 8, 2022, 11:30pm Clark County News

Clark County voters appeared to have chosen John Horch to be their next sheriff, according to Tuesday night’s preliminary results. Read story

A vacant lot at West 11th Street and Daniels Street, a possible location for the third Safe Stay community, is seen from the front steps of Briar Rose Inn in downtown Vancouver.

Vancouver council gives green light to Safe Stay in downtown Vancouver

A vacant lot at West 11th Street and Daniels Street, a possible location for the third Safe Stay community, is seen from the front steps of Briar Rose Inn in downtown Vancouver.

November 8, 2022, 11:42am Clark County News

City officials received the green light Monday from the Vancouver City Council to continue pursuing a Safe Stay Community in downtown Vancouver. Read story

A no-parking sign is posted on the north side of Z Street in Washougal. Several residents are unhappy with the signs, which were erected by the city of Washougal in September.

Washougal ‘no parking’ signs create stir

A no-parking sign is posted on the north side of Z Street in Washougal. Several residents are unhappy with the signs, which were erected by the city of Washougal in September.

November 7, 2022, 6:33pm Clark County News

Washougal resident Lowell McCuller can still recall how stunned he felt the day he discovered, in early September, that city workers had installed several “no-parking” signs along the northern side of Z Street, near McCuller’s home. Read story

Construction continues on the forthcoming New Seasons Market at Main and West 15th streets in downtown Vancouver. Due to open next fall, it will be the chain's second Vancouver location.

Downtown Vancouver New Seasons takes shape

Construction continues on the forthcoming New Seasons Market at Main and West 15th streets in downtown Vancouver. Due to open next fall, it will be the chain's second Vancouver location.

November 7, 2022, 6:28pm Business

Exterior walls are rapidly rising at the site of the New Seasons Market, planned to open next fall at the corner of Main and West 15th streets in Vancouver, near Mill Plain Boulevard. The grocery store will offer a variety of fresh food and ready-to-eat items and will fulfill the… Read story

Flood damaged highways and freeways interrupt traffic

Megastorms are coming to the Pacific Northwest

Flood damaged highways and freeways interrupt traffic

November 7, 2022, 6:02am Editor's Choice

In August of this year, The New York Times ran a feature story titled “The Coming California Megastorm.” Read story

The place where homeless people come to die with dignity

November 6, 2022, 5:58am Editor's Choice

Hanging on a wall at the Inn Between is a photo of John Cal Robb, the note he wrote before he died and the blue plastic butterfly that signaled to his friends that it was his time to go. Read story

Vancouver Fire Truck No. 1 displays photos of local veterans killed in action on Saturday during the Lough Legacy Veterans Parade along Evergreen Boulevard in Vancouver. At top, the Oregon Volunteer Infantry marches in the parade.

Young and old thank veterans at Vancouver’s parade

Vancouver Fire Truck No. 1 displays photos of local veterans killed in action on Saturday during the Lough Legacy Veterans Parade along Evergreen Boulevard in Vancouver. At top, the Oregon Volunteer Infantry marches in the parade.

November 5, 2022, 5:10pm Clark County News

Onlookers of all ages gathered to watch the 34th annual Lough Legacy Veterans Parade hosted by The Historic Trust at Fort Vancouver on Saturday. Read story

A sweeping view of ilani Casino & Resort is seen from the 10th floor of the new hotel under construction Monday morning, April 25, 2022.

Clark County mulls new public safety deal with ilani

A sweeping view of ilani Casino & Resort is seen from the 10th floor of the new hotel under construction Monday morning, April 25, 2022.

November 5, 2022, 1:15pm Clark County News

The Clark County Council on Wednesday reviewed a revised contract proposed by the Cowlitz Indian Tribe for county public safety services at ilani. The tribe wants to lower the amount it is paying because the need for public safety services from the county has dropped since the casino opened. Read story