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Clark County to burn slash at Camp Bonneville

May 4, 2024, 5:09am Clark County News

Clark County’s sustainable forestry program will be reducing wildfire fuel at Camp Bonneville by conducting slash pile burns throughout May. Washington’s Department of Natural Resources approved a two-year permit to burn up to 10 slash piles. Read story

Burgerville&rsquo;s Salmon Ceek location is one of 39 locations, with a 40th oin Wilsonville, Ore., set to open in June. The company expects a deal with new investors to close on Monday.

Burgerville announces new investor group for future expansion

Burgerville&rsquo;s Salmon Ceek location is one of 39 locations, with a 40th oin Wilsonville, Ore., set to open in June. The company expects a deal with new investors to close on Monday.

May 3, 2024, 5:24pm Business

Vancouver-based fast-food chain Burgerville announced Friday it had struck a deal with a group of local investors to help open several new restaurant locations across the Pacific Northwest. Read story

A small group of pro-Palestinian student protestors led daily marches and rallies at Washington State University Vancouver throughout this week, calling for an end to violence in Gaza. Protestors paused the march at one point outside of the Dengerink Administration Building to deliver direct criticism to the office of the Chancellor.

WSU Vancouver students peacefully protest war in Gaza, want school to divest from ties to Israel

A small group of pro-Palestinian student protestors led daily marches and rallies at Washington State University Vancouver throughout this week, calling for an end to violence in Gaza. Protestors paused the march at one point outside of the Dengerink Administration Building to deliver direct criticism to the office of the Chancellor.

May 3, 2024, 3:50pm Clark County News

A small group of students at Washington State University Vancouver this week joined nationwide student protests calling for a ceasefire in Gaza and asking university leaders to divest from companies with financial ties to Israel. Read story

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Vancouver mother arrested after 3-year-old overdoses on meth

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May 3, 2024, 2:46pm Clark County News

Vancouver police arrested a 27-year-old woman Thursday night after they say her 3-year-old child overdosed on methamphetamine. Read story

12-year-old girl located safe after going missing last month

May 3, 2024, 9:49am Clark County News

A 12-year-old girl who did not return to her Spokane Valley group home after school April 19 has been found. Read story

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Vancouver man killed in motorcycle crash west of Yale

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May 3, 2024, 7:43am Clark County News

A Vancouver man was killed Sunday in a single-vehicle crash on Lewis River Road west of Yale, according to Cowlitz County Coroner Dana Tucker. Read story

Bettie Le&rsquo;Sueur talks about the disappearance of her 62-year-old son Jacques Le&rsquo;Sueur at Bettie Le&rsquo;Sueur&rsquo;s house in east Vancouver. Bettie has not heard from him since he was transported to Western State Hospital, a state-run psychiatric facility, a year ago.

Vancouver mother wants to know: What has happened to my mentally ill son?

Bettie Le&rsquo;Sueur talks about the disappearance of her 62-year-old son Jacques Le&rsquo;Sueur at Bettie Le&rsquo;Sueur&rsquo;s house in east Vancouver. Bettie has not heard from him since he was transported to Western State Hospital, a state-run psychiatric facility, a year ago.

May 3, 2024, 6:07am Clark County Health

Jacques Le’Sueur’s phone calls to his family stopped a year ago when Clark County sent him to Western State Hospital, a psychiatric facility 130 miles away. Now, he’s a missing person. Read story

First-graders Arashi Buell, left, and Temour Pashigorev enjoy playtime at Gardner School of Arts &amp; Sciences in Mount Vista during recess on Monday afternoon. Gardner is a local nonprofit school based in experiential learning. School leaders announced Wednesday they are acquiring Country Friends Child Care Center in Hockinson, which will double their total enrollment.

Mount Vista’s Gardner School of Arts & Sciences to acquire Hockinson day care

First-graders Arashi Buell, left, and Temour Pashigorev enjoy playtime at Gardner School of Arts &amp; Sciences in Mount Vista during recess on Monday afternoon. Gardner is a local nonprofit school based in experiential learning. School leaders announced Wednesday they are acquiring Country Friends Child Care Center in Hockinson, which will double their total enrollment.

May 3, 2024, 6:03am Clark County News

An elementary school recess on a sunny day is total euphoria, perhaps with a bit of chaos tossed in for good measure. Read story

Clark County Councilor Sue Marshall, right, fields questions about farming and climate change during a Thursday news conference at Second Mile Marketplace and Food Hub in Vancouver.

Clark County farmers say Farm Bill vital to climate-smart agriculture, urge Congress to pass funding

Clark County Councilor Sue Marshall, right, fields questions about farming and climate change during a Thursday news conference at Second Mile Marketplace and Food Hub in Vancouver.

May 3, 2024, 6:02am Clark County News

With the U.S. House Committee on Agriculture expected to begin discussions on the federal Farm Bill later this month, farmers and leaders from Clark County and farther afield gathered at the Second Mile Marketplace in Vancouver to talk about what could happen if funding for agricultural programs is cut. Read story

Construction continues Thursday morning at Laurel Manor, a low-income senior apartment building in Vancouver. The four-story, 82-unit building is midway through construction, and officials hope to be ready to open the doors around the end of the year.

Officials say new Vancouver low-income senior housing will improve lives

Construction continues Thursday morning at Laurel Manor, a low-income senior apartment building in Vancouver. The four-story, 82-unit building is midway through construction, and officials hope to be ready to open the doors around the end of the year.

May 3, 2024, 6:02am Clark County News

Local housing officials gathered Thursday to celebrate progress on the construction of a new low-income senior living facility in Vancouver’s Bagley Downs neighborhood. Read story