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Man struck by truck in east Vancouver

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March 17, 2021, 5:19pm Clark County News

An unidentified man ran across an east Vancouver road Tuesday night and was struck by a pickup truck. Read story

Judge Darvin Zimmerman in 2019.

Clark County Superior Court strips Zimmerman of power over its cases

Judge Darvin Zimmerman in 2019.

March 17, 2021, 3:20pm Clark County News

The legal community and local officials continued to turn on District Court Judge Darvin Zimmerman on Wednesday after comments he made last week about the death of a Black man came to light. Read story

Construction of new homes at Whipple Creek Village in Ridgefield. Clark County has been gripped by a severe housing inventory shortage in recent months, and local real estate agents say it's constraining sales activity.

Lack of inventory stymies Clark County housing market

Construction of new homes at Whipple Creek Village in Ridgefield. Clark County has been gripped by a severe housing inventory shortage in recent months, and local real estate agents say it's constraining sales activity.

March 17, 2021, 6:03am Business

The Clark County housing market saw a dip in new listings and pending sales in February, according to the latest report from the Regional Multiple Listing Service. The two figures were closely matched and saw nearly equal declines from January, which local real estate agents took as a signal that… Read story

Vancouver resident David Mucci pauses for a portrait at his home, as seen through a beaded curtain. Mucci, an interior designer, contracted COVID-19 in December and still struggles with some symptoms. Also pictured are his cats, Colette, 9, left, and Oscar, 7, foreground.

Vancouver interior designer, a coronavirus ‘long-hauler,’ reflects on experience

Vancouver resident David Mucci pauses for a portrait at his home, as seen through a beaded curtain. Mucci, an interior designer, contracted COVID-19 in December and still struggles with some symptoms. Also pictured are his cats, Colette, 9, left, and Oscar, 7, foreground.

March 17, 2021, 6:02am Business

I want to say it was March 16, or whenever that first big lockdown happened. I was on my way out the door and got an email. Work things started canceling. Personal appointments and stuff like that. I had five projects lined up. One was in process. Overnight, four canceled.… Read story

Robin Meyers, Tia Lee, 16, and Mychal Jones stand outside their Vancouver rental home on Saturday. Jones has fallen $14,000 behind on rent since he lost his second job during the pandemic and is hoping to work out a payment plan with the landlord.

Washington’s statewide eviction moratorium expiration looms

Robin Meyers, Tia Lee, 16, and Mychal Jones stand outside their Vancouver rental home on Saturday. Jones has fallen $14,000 behind on rent since he lost his second job during the pandemic and is hoping to work out a payment plan with the landlord.

March 16, 2021, 6:04am Business

Mychal Jones isn’t sure what he’ll do once the statewide freeze on evictions finally expires. Read story

The Lambert family poses for a picture following a football game at Woodland High School. Pictured in back row, from left, are Kerry, Tom, Scotty and John. In front are Lynda and Mary. The Lambert family has always revolved around La Center football, where John has coached for 22 years.

Family, Football, Fortitude: Big year disrupted by COVID draws La Center’s Lamberts closer

The Lambert family poses for a picture following a football game at Woodland High School. Pictured in back row, from left, are Kerry, Tom, Scotty and John. In front are Lynda and Mary. The Lambert family has always revolved around La Center football, where John has coached for 22 years.

March 15, 2021, 8:01pm Editor's Choice

WOODLAND — Kerry Lambert surveys the Woodland High School football field. Her husband is giving a postgame speech to his La Center football team, led at quarterback by her oldest son. Two of her three daughters are taking photos with their cheer team on the asphalt track. Her youngest son,… Read story

Judge Darvin Zimmerman in 2019.

Clark County judge faces condemnation, call for resignation after comments

Judge Darvin Zimmerman in 2019.

March 15, 2021, 5:40pm Clark County News

Clark County District Court condemned Judge Darvin Zimmerman and a prominent law firm has called for his resignation Monday for comments he made last week critical of a Black man killed in a police shooting in Hazel Dell. Read story

Andy Silver, director of supportive services at the Vancouver Housing Authority, looks over one of the 63 rooms that will be available for homeless residents at the former Howard Johnson hotel during a tour in February.

Howard Johnson near Vancouver Mall to become housing for homeless

Andy Silver, director of supportive services at the Vancouver Housing Authority, looks over one of the 63 rooms that will be available for homeless residents at the former Howard Johnson hotel during a tour in February.

March 14, 2021, 6:03am Business

The pool was still filled. A holiday ornament was still on the lobby wall. A few struggling flowers and plants were still hanging onto their blooms. Read story

The Clark County Sheriff's Office, Vancouver Police Department and Washington State Patrol investigate the shooting in Hazel Dell on Oct. 29.

Judge Zimmerman caught on hot mic denigrating Kevin Peterson Jr.

The Clark County Sheriff's Office, Vancouver Police Department and Washington State Patrol investigate the shooting in Hazel Dell on Oct. 29.

March 13, 2021, 7:26pm Clark County News

A Clark County judge apparently didn’t realize his courtroom conversation was live on YouTube as he referred to young man killed last fall by sheriff’s deputies as “the Black guy they are trying to make an angel out of” and called him “dumb” for supposedly thinking he would go to… Read story

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$145 million in stimulus funds heading to Southwest Washington

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March 11, 2021, 8:12pm Clark County News

Municipal governments in Southwest Washington are expected to receive a combined $145.29 million from the COVID-19 stimulus bill signed by President Joe Biden on Thursday. Read story