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Junior John Graves, left, receives instructions on check-in procedures from Meaghan Thomson, Heritage's dean of students, on Thursday. Students and staff districtwide must fill out a COVID-screening questionnaire before being allowed into the building.

In Evergreen high schools, students are back to class at last

Junior John Graves, left, receives instructions on check-in procedures from Meaghan Thomson, Heritage's dean of students, on Thursday. Students and staff districtwide must fill out a COVID-screening questionnaire before being allowed into the building.

March 4, 2021, 7:30pm Clark County News

Dave McIntosh spent much of Thursday morning before first bell greeting students at the main entrance and hallways of Heritage High School, asking a familiar question to students who needed it: “Do you know where you’re going?” Read story

The pool at the Marshall Community Center is closed for renovations. A contract to resurface the pool and install a fiberglass coating was awarded by the Vancouver City Council on Monday.

Marshall pool closed for new coat of paint

The pool at the Marshall Community Center is closed for renovations. A contract to resurface the pool and install a fiberglass coating was awarded by the Vancouver City Council on Monday.

March 4, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

The pool at the Marshall Community Center remains closed for repairs after Clark County Public Health noted that the deteriorating paint posed a risk to swimmers. Read story

Vancouver School Board names Camas superintendent Jeff Snell as next top administrator.

Vancouver School Board names Camas superintendent Jeff Snell as next top administrator

Vancouver School Board names Camas superintendent Jeff Snell as next top administrator.

March 3, 2021, 9:29pm Clark County News

The Vancouver Public Schools Board of Directors unanimously voted Wednesday night to appoint Camas schools Superintendent Jeff Snell as Vancouver Public Schools’ next top administrator. Read story

New Seasons Market at Fisher's Landing will be joined by another location -- in downtown Vancouver at Main Street and West 15th Street, according to a company announcement Tuesday.

Downtown Vancouver residents ready to welcome New Seasons Market

New Seasons Market at Fisher's Landing will be joined by another location -- in downtown Vancouver at Main Street and West 15th Street, according to a company announcement Tuesday.

March 3, 2021, 6:31pm Business

Downtown Vancouver residents are mostly jubilant about Tuesday’s announcement that a new grocery store is coming to the neighborhood, fulfilling a civic wish of many years. Read story

Local first-graders will get a free "Green Eggs and Ham" kit for Read Across America week. The kits, provided by Beaches restaurant and Riverview Community Bank, include green food dye, Dr. Seuss hats, a kids book and instructions on how to make the meal.

Clark County students to have ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ at home

Local first-graders will get a free "Green Eggs and Ham" kit for Read Across America week. The kits, provided by Beaches restaurant and Riverview Community Bank, include green food dye, Dr. Seuss hats, a kids book and instructions on how to make the meal.

March 3, 2021, 6:05am Clark County Business

For 25 years, local first-graders have celebrated Read Across America week by reading Dr. Seuss’ “Green Eggs and Ham” paired with breakfast. Read story

Tram Nguyen, an intern with Safeway, foreground, prepares doses of COVID-19 vaccine for visitors in line such as Peggy and Bob Swenson of Camas, background, at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds on Tuesday morning, January 26, 2021.

Clark County opening second large-scale vaccination site

Tram Nguyen, an intern with Safeway, foreground, prepares doses of COVID-19 vaccine for visitors in line such as Peggy and Bob Swenson of Camas, background, at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds on Tuesday morning, January 26, 2021.

March 2, 2021, 2:23pm Clark County Health

Clark County will open its second large-scale COVID-19 vaccination site on Friday, about six weeks after the state opened the county's first mass vaccination site at the Clark County Event Center at The Fairgrounds near Ridgefield. Read story

Service team member Selena, who declined to give her last name, serves a customer using the new curbside pickup app at Burgerville Heritage Plaza on Monday afternoon. The company added a tracking option last week through an app called FlyBuy that allows the restaurant to know exactly when customers pull in.

Burgerville, FlyBuy Pickup app partnership offers curbside pickup in Washington, Oregon

Service team member Selena, who declined to give her last name, serves a customer using the new curbside pickup app at Burgerville Heritage Plaza on Monday afternoon. The company added a tracking option last week through an app called FlyBuy that allows the restaurant to know exactly when customers pull in.

March 2, 2021, 6:04am Business

Imagine ordering food for curbside pickup and then having it ready and waiting precisely when you arrive. That’s how Vancouver-based fast food chain Burgerville is pitching its new partnership with the mobile app FlyBuy Pickup. The service debuted at Burgerville restaurants last week. Read story

A motorist navigates a roundabout near Vancouver City Hall.

Vancouver council weighs $9.27 million grant allocation

A motorist navigates a roundabout near Vancouver City Hall.

March 1, 2021, 8:03pm Clark County News

The Vancouver City Council began the process of allocating $9.27 million in city and federal grant funds for affordable housing developments, homeless shelters and relief for tenants and businesses hard hit by COVID-19. Read story

The Clark County Courthouse.

Man faces attempted murder charge

The Clark County Courthouse.

March 1, 2021, 6:12pm Clark County News

A 23-year-old man is facing an attempted murder charge for an alleged drive-by shooting Thursday night at an apartment complex in Vancouver’s Fircrest neighborhood. Read story

Vancouver man in court in VA apartment arson

March 1, 2021, 6:10pm Clark County News

A man who is accused of setting fire to his apartment at the VA Portland Health Care System's Vancouver Campus reportedly told first responders he had used methamphetamine beforehand. Read story