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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee speaks with sixth graders in teacher Michelle Dyer's class during a visit to Firgrove Elementary School in Puyallup, Wash., Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021. Students are back in school and all teachers and students are wearing masks. (Ellen M.

Indoor spaces to move to 50% capacity as state enters Phase 3 in COVID recovery

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee speaks with sixth graders in teacher Michelle Dyer's class during a visit to Firgrove Elementary School in Puyallup, Wash., Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021. Students are back in school and all teachers and students are wearing masks. (Ellen M.

March 11, 2021, 2:50pm Editor's Choice

OLYMPIA — The Seattle Mariners, Seattle Sounders and OL Reign will soon be able to welcome a limited number of fans to the stadium when they open their seasons, as the state prepares to move into a third phase of a COVID-19 economic reopening plan announced Thursday by Washington Gov.… Read story

The city of Vancouver is considering selling the Navigation Center to Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries as a new headquarters. The library district and Sea Mar both currently occupy parts of the building.

Vancouver weighs selling Navigation Center

The city of Vancouver is considering selling the Navigation Center to Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries as a new headquarters. The library district and Sea Mar both currently occupy parts of the building.

March 11, 2021, 2:00pm Clark County News

Vancouver leaders are considering selling the Navigation Center, the beleaguered day shelter for the homeless temporarily closed by COVID-19, so it can serve as a new library headquarters. Read story

Terry Edwards, left, and Steve Edwards of Vancouver enjoy the sound of local singer-songwriter Aram Arslanian during a very regulated and distanced dinnertime show at Say Ciao! taproom and restaurant in Vancouver.

Small Vancouver restaurant launches Friday night concerts for small audiences

Terry Edwards, left, and Steve Edwards of Vancouver enjoy the sound of local singer-songwriter Aram Arslanian during a very regulated and distanced dinnertime show at Say Ciao! taproom and restaurant in Vancouver.

March 11, 2021, 6:04am Clark County Life

Sitting in an intimate restaurant with your sweetie, enjoying food and wine while a local singer-songwriter strums a guitar and enfolds the room in warm, soothing tones. Almost seems like a normal Friday night, doesn’t it? Read story

Stock photo of hand pulling a bag of drugs from the front pocket of jeans.

Clark County law enforcement no longer taking action for simple drug possession

Stock photo of hand pulling a bag of drugs from the front pocket of jeans.

March 9, 2021, 3:47pm Clark County News

Clark County criminal justice and law enforcement officials are managing the impacts of a recent Washington Supreme Court ruling that found the state’s felony drug possession law to be unconstitutional. Read story

Anna Miller of Vancouver takes in the view during a scenic skate along the Waterfront Renaissance Trail on Monday afternoon. The area is also popular with walkers, runners, boat enthusiasts and cyclists. Forbes named Vancouver the No. 2 place in America to visit during the pandemic.

Forbes ranks Vancouver as second-best place in U.S. to visit during pandemic

Anna Miller of Vancouver takes in the view during a scenic skate along the Waterfront Renaissance Trail on Monday afternoon. The area is also popular with walkers, runners, boat enthusiasts and cyclists. Forbes named Vancouver the No. 2 place in America to visit during the pandemic.

March 8, 2021, 8:09pm Clark County News

An article from Forbes described Vancouver as the second-best place in America to visit during the pandemic. Read story

FILE - In this Jan. 12, 2021, file photo, shattered glass from the attack on Congress by a pro-Trump mob is seen in the doors leading to the Capitol Rotunda, in Washington. (AP Photo/J.

Republican fractures deepen after Capitol attack

FILE - In this Jan. 12, 2021, file photo, shattered glass from the attack on Congress by a pro-Trump mob is seen in the doors leading to the Capitol Rotunda, in Washington. (AP Photo/J.

March 7, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

Immediately after the attack on the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, voter registration offices across the country reported an exodus of Republican voters. Read story

The Clark County Public Service Center.

Clark County Charter Review panel eyes priorities

The Clark County Public Service Center.

March 7, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

The Clark County Charter Review Commission began laying out priorities last week for what it might like to change in the county government’s guiding document. Read story

Pastor Damion Young, who contracted COVID-19 and still struggles with symptoms, poses for a portrait at his Vancouver apartment complex. Young worked as an Amazon truck driver, but has struggled to return to work because of long-term symptoms from COVID-19.

Vancouver Pastor Damion Young describes his long-haul struggles with COVID-19

Pastor Damion Young, who contracted COVID-19 and still struggles with symptoms, poses for a portrait at his Vancouver apartment complex. Young worked as an Amazon truck driver, but has struggled to return to work because of long-term symptoms from COVID-19.

March 7, 2021, 6:03am Churches & Religion

I was at work on Jan. 8, and I was coming down three flights of steps, and I just felt dizzy. I just felt like I couldn’t go anymore, and I didn’t understand why I felt that way. Read story

Golden retriever Lucy queries volunteer Marty Rutkovitz about whether she can help dig on Saturday at Ike Memorial Dog Park in Vancouver.

DOGPAW holds cleanup at Vancouver dog park

Golden retriever Lucy queries volunteer Marty Rutkovitz about whether she can help dig on Saturday at Ike Memorial Dog Park in Vancouver.

March 6, 2021, 6:30pm Clark County News

Ted Healy got the best of all worlds Saturday at the place he calls the best dog park in the region. Read story

Volunteer pharmacist Serena Donnelly, left, prepares a dose of COVID-19 vaccine while working behind-the-scenes at the new large-scale vaccination site at Tower Mall on Friday morning, March 5, 2021. The vaccinations are by appointment only.

Vancouver’s vaccination options expand with opening of Tower Mall site

Volunteer pharmacist Serena Donnelly, left, prepares a dose of COVID-19 vaccine while working behind-the-scenes at the new large-scale vaccination site at Tower Mall on Friday morning, March 5, 2021. The vaccinations are by appointment only.

March 5, 2021, 7:03pm Clark County Health

To learn about your place in line, or to learn how to get vaccinated, go the Clark County Public Health’s vaccination website, clark.wa.gov/public-health/covid-19-vaccine. Read story