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Clark County Life

Energy Adviser: Is solar array right for your home? Lots to consider

April 13, 2024, 6:06am Clark County Life

The advertisements and the door-to-door salesman often have a sales pitch that makes home solar sound too good for anyone to pass up. Read story

The author&rsquo;s late father, Clive Wienker, is at far right in this photo of the crew of the &ldquo;True Love,&rdquo; a B-24 Liberator, on Guam during World War II.

Everybody Has a Story: Being with Dad during WWII

The author&rsquo;s late father, Clive Wienker, is at far right in this photo of the crew of the &ldquo;True Love,&rdquo; a B-24 Liberator, on Guam during World War II.

April 13, 2024, 6:00am Clark County Life

While growing up in the Seattle area, I always enjoyed hearing about my late father Clive Wienker’s experiences in the Army Air Force during World War II. Serving as the radio operator on a B-24 weather plane, he was based on Guam for nine months and also spent time on… Read story

Chilaquiles (Contributed by 3 Howls Remedy House)

Main Street icon gets an otherworldly makeover as 3 Howls moves into former Mint Tea house

Chilaquiles (Contributed by 3 Howls Remedy House)

April 12, 2024, 6:09am Clark County Life

I recently noticed a peculiar sight on Main Street. The sprawling house that formerly housed Casa Grande, Mint Tea and Pho Haven was painted black. This gothic vision brought some thoughts to mind. Is it Halloween? Has Mary Shelley opened a coffee shop? Read story

Sophia Johnson reacts in November 2005 to a jury acquitting her of first-degree murder in the death of her mother-in-law. Sitting next to her is Therese Lavallee, her lawyer, who won the retrial of her murder conviction.

True crime podcast revisits murder of Brush Prairie woman, trials of daughter-in-law Sophia Johnson

Sophia Johnson reacts in November 2005 to a jury acquitting her of first-degree murder in the death of her mother-in-law. Sitting next to her is Therese Lavallee, her lawyer, who won the retrial of her murder conviction.

April 12, 2024, 6:06am Clark County Life

A Boston-based radio series is revisiting the 20-year-old unsolved case of a Brush Prairie woman found brutally bludgeoned to death in her home — and features the woman who was once convicted of her murder. Read story

This week in Clark County history, April 12

April 12, 2024, 5:44am Clark County Life

A weekly look back compiled by the Clark County Historical Museum from The Columbian archives available at columbian.newspapers.com or at the museum. Read story

Clark County health inspections, April 1-6

April 12, 2024, 5:38am Clark County Life

For more information, call Clark County Public Health at 564-397-8428 or visit www.clark.wa.gov/public-health/restaurant-inspection. In the health department’s scoring system, the fewer the points, the better. A perfect score is 0. The worst possible score is 418. An establishment with 100 or more points will be closed. Read story

A pair of weeks-old baby squirrels rest on a blanket Wednesday at Squirrel Refuge in Vancouver. The organization rescues baby squirrels, opossums, mice, rabbits and other critters.

Clark County residents urged to take hands-off approach to baby animals encountered in the wild

A pair of weeks-old baby squirrels rest on a blanket Wednesday at Squirrel Refuge in Vancouver. The organization rescues baby squirrels, opossums, mice, rabbits and other critters.

April 11, 2024, 6:06am Clark County Life

You’re out for a walk, enjoying a sunny spring day, when you suddenly spot a baby squirrel out of its nest or maybe a tiny bunny hiding under a clump of grass. What should you do? Do you take the animal home and care for it yourself or leave it… Read story

Kindred Homestead Supply hosts The Downtown Alley Flea Market on the second Saturday of each month, March through October.
The random rolls of different-sided dice control players' destinies in Dungeons &Dragons and its many spinoff games.

Once feared by parents, Dungeons & Dragons is ‘incredibly inclusive’ as it turns 50 years old

The random rolls of different-sided dice control players' destinies in Dungeons &Dragons and its many spinoff games.

April 11, 2024, 6:03am Clark County Life

Over the past few decades, community builders have bemoaned the loss of organized American togetherness as team, club and congregation membership has dwindled. From Sunday morning church services to Thursday night bowling league, people just don’t assemble in friendly groups like they used to — or so goes the theory… Read story

These Greek salad wraps showcase punchy Mediterranean flavors but they didn&rsquo;t wrap so well.

Experiment with Greek-inspired salad rolls is a wrap (sort of)

These Greek salad wraps showcase punchy Mediterranean flavors but they didn&rsquo;t wrap so well.

April 10, 2024, 6:06am Clark County Life

I did quite a bit of cooking while my daughter was home for spring break, but the day after she left, I reverted to feral scrounging habits and, well, let’s just say I ate a lot of cold cereal. In a barely perceptible nod to nutrition, I did eat the… Read story