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Clark County News

As WSU Vancouver’s student populations change, campus leaders adapt, think big

February 5, 2023, 6:05am Clark County News

Years ago, though still just in its adolescence as a small two-year university, Washington State University Vancouver started to think bigger. Read story

Voters to decide Washougal School levies

February 5, 2023, 6:04am Clark County News

Washougal School District voters will soon decide the fate of two levies that would help fund a bevy of school district programs, activities, athletics, technology, maintenance and safety needs not… Read story

A Pacific Lifestyle Homes subdivision is under construction at the intersection of Northwest 179th Street and Northwest 11th Avenue south of Ridgefield. While it will add to the available supply of homes in the county, the demand still far exceeds the supply, causing rising prices.

Survey: Residents less satisfied with services in Ridgefield

A Pacific Lifestyle Homes subdivision is under construction at the intersection of Northwest 179th Street and Northwest 11th Avenue south of Ridgefield. While it will add to the available supply of homes in the county, the demand still far exceeds the supply, causing rising prices.

February 5, 2023, 6:00am Clark County News

Results from the city of Ridgefield’s most recent community survey are in. The survey found residents are slightly less satisfied with their city’s government, a trend that City Manager Steve Stuart said is being seen across the state and nation. Read story

Patrick Timm is a local weather specialist. His column appears Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

Weather Eye: Week ahead appears to be more dry than wet in Vancouver area

Patrick Timm is a local weather specialist. His column appears Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays.

February 5, 2023, 6:00am Clark County News

Well, it was bright enough through the thick clouds on the East Coast, and according to officials, Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, so we have six more weeks of winter ahead of us. Funny thing is we usually do, at least by the calendar. Whether it feels like winter is… Read story

Naturespaces volunteers walk along Countryside Park's lightly worn dirt trail Saturday morning. Those living nearby have worked to cultivate the park's understory, the layer of vegetation existing under a tree canopy.

Naturespace volunteers celebrate Vancouver’s literal roots

Naturespaces volunteers walk along Countryside Park's lightly worn dirt trail Saturday morning. Those living nearby have worked to cultivate the park's understory, the layer of vegetation existing under a tree canopy.

February 4, 2023, 8:45pm Clark County News

Countryside Park’s tree line serves as a portal between two distinct realms coexisting within 2 acres. Read story

People walk through Gaiser Hall on the first day of classes at Clark College in September.

Clark College seeks support to add computer science bachelor’s degree

People walk through Gaiser Hall on the first day of classes at Clark College in September.

February 4, 2023, 6:09am Clark County News

Representatives from Clark College delivered a statement of need for a bachelor’s degree program in computer science to the Washington State Board of Community and Technical Colleges Wednesday morning. Read story

The Medford Mail Tribune ceased operations on Jan. 13, though the website it still in operations.

From the Newsroom: The Medford autopsy

The Medford Mail Tribune ceased operations on Jan. 13, though the website it still in operations.

February 4, 2023, 6:04am Clark County News

Have you heard the old saying/curse “May you live in interesting times”? Nowhere are times in the news business more interesting than in Medford, Ore., where the longtime daily newspaper, the Mail Tribune, abruptly closed, and, almost as quickly, two other news organizations announced plans to serve the community. Read story

Associate facility manager Kendrick Johnsen, left, cattery assistant Aubrey Redfern, center, and owner Denise Saxon, right, are proud to serve Clark County cats like Peanut, top and June at Tiny's Place Luxury Cat Boarding in Hazel Dell.

Working in Clark County: Denise Saxon, Tiny’s Place Cat Boarding

Associate facility manager Kendrick Johnsen, left, cattery assistant Aubrey Redfern, center, and owner Denise Saxon, right, are proud to serve Clark County cats like Peanut, top and June at Tiny's Place Luxury Cat Boarding in Hazel Dell.

February 4, 2023, 6:04am Business

Whether planning for upcoming spring breaks and summer vacations, or just a weekend away, it’s important for cat owners to think about their furry friends’ accommodations while they’re away. Read story

Bridgeview Resource Center, an entity of Vancouver Housing Authority, gets $260K

February 4, 2023, 6:03am Clark County News

Bridgeview Resource Center, a Vancouver Housing Authority nonprofit entity, will receive $264,314 to continue helping low-income families become financially independent. Read story

Harper’s Playground fundraiser extended for project at Marshall Park in Vancouver

February 4, 2023, 6:01am Clark County News

As Harper’s Playground continues to raise money for the redesign of Chelsea Anderson Memorial Play Station at Marshall Park, the deadline to purchase a recognition brick or paver has been extended to Feb. 21. Read story