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From The Newsroom: Shaking up the front page

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April 10, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

If you look closely at my mug shot that runs with this column, you may be able to guess from my double chin that I enjoy a good milkshake. And, apparently, so do our readers. Read story

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Morning Press: New COVID restrictions Monday?; The Yard in Vancouver; Hazel Dell apartments

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April 10, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories from the week Read story

In this photo taken March 23, 2020, cherry trees bloom next to the Capitol building in Olympia, Wash.

Pair of carbon-emissions bills pass Senate

In this photo taken March 23, 2020, cherry trees bloom next to the Capitol building in Olympia, Wash.

April 9, 2021, 7:10pm Clark County News

Two major climate bills championed by Gov. Jay Inslee passed the state Senate late Thursday, bringing Democrats one step closer to a long sought cap-and-trade program and a low-carbon fuel standard. Read story

Fire destroys RV in Goodwill parking lot in east Vancouver

April 9, 2021, 4:03pm Clark County News

An RV was destroyed by fire late Friday morning in the parking lot of the Orchards Goodwill in east Vancouver. Read story

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Clark County reports three new COVID-19 deaths

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April 9, 2021, 1:08pm Clark County Health

Clark County Public Health reported 47 new COVID-19 cases and three new deaths Friday afternoon. Read story

Conceptual renderings show the proposed Washington Street Apartments project in downtown Vancouver from Hurley Development. The apartment complex is planned to rise on a lot between Columbia, Washington, West Fifth and West Fourth streets.

Downtown Vancouver to gain new apartments

Conceptual renderings show the proposed Washington Street Apartments project in downtown Vancouver from Hurley Development. The apartment complex is planned to rise on a lot between Columbia, Washington, West Fifth and West Fourth streets.

April 9, 2021, 6:03am Business

Hurley Development and LSW Architects plan on building a six-story mixed-use apartment building on the block of downtown Vancouver that Hurley planned to build into a Hyatt Hotel before the pandemic. Read story

New clinic in east Vancouver treats depression

April 9, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

A new clinic that treats people who are suffering from depression has opened in the Columbia Tech Center in east Vancouver. Read story

Vancouver businesses can get refunds

April 9, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

Vancouver businesses most impacted by pandemic-related restrictions will benefit from a new program to refund the city's business license surcharge fee. Read story

A friendly bird enjoys a break from the spring rain from its perch at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge on Thursday morning, April 8, 2021. The refuge provides 5,150 acres wintering habitat for birds migrating through the area as well as for other wildlife.

Wildlife find refuge at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge

A friendly bird enjoys a break from the spring rain from its perch at Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge on Thursday morning, April 8, 2021. The refuge provides 5,150 acres wintering habitat for birds migrating through the area as well as for other wildlife.

April 8, 2021, 9:02pm Clark County Life

There’s a 4.2-mile auto route and two walking trails at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge. Read story

ESD 112's 1-2-3 Grow &; Learn program, a parent-child educational playgroup, has four instructors - two facilitators and two assistants - who have all gotten accustomed to doing virtual daily lessons for kids ages 0-5 since COVID-19 made them adapt lessons.

ESD 112’s 1-2-3 Grow & Learn program for children up to 5 adapts

ESD 112's 1-2-3 Grow &; Learn program, a parent-child educational playgroup, has four instructors - two facilitators and two assistants - who have all gotten accustomed to doing virtual daily lessons for kids ages 0-5 since COVID-19 made them adapt lessons.

April 8, 2021, 8:21pm Clark County News

As a former preschool teacher with a background in human resources, Julie Jacobson doesn’t view herself as an actor. But when the webinar camera is turned on to her audience of young children, it’s showtime. Read story