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Clark County News

Sen. Ann Rivers, R-La Center, responds to a voter&rsquo;s question at a Feb. 19 town hall in Battle Ground.

Ann Rivers takes buyout to leave Longview assistant city manager position

Sen. Ann Rivers, R-La Center, responds to a voter&rsquo;s question at a Feb. 19 town hall in Battle Ground.

May 22, 2024, 7:45am Clark County News

Longview is paying Assistant City Manager Ann Rivers and City Attorney Dana Gigler at least $100,000 combined to stop working for the city. Read story

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Speeding driver on Highway 14 sends Camas man to the hospital in rollover crash, says WSP

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May 22, 2024, 7:44am Clark County News

A speeding driver rear-ended another car on state Highway 14 near the junction with Interstate 205 Tuesday afternoon sending one person to the hospital, according to the Washington State Patrol. Read story

Director Stephen Gyllenhaal, left, and Dan Pallotta attend the premiere of &ldquo;Uncharitable&rdquo; on Sept. 21 in New York. The new documentary puts the long-running debate in the nonprofit sector over the role of overhead back in the spotlight.

‘Uncharitable’ screening prompts discussion of nonprofits in Southwest Washington, Oregon

Director Stephen Gyllenhaal, left, and Dan Pallotta attend the premiere of &ldquo;Uncharitable&rdquo; on Sept. 21 in New York. The new documentary puts the long-running debate in the nonprofit sector over the role of overhead back in the spotlight.

May 22, 2024, 6:07am Clark County News

It is time to change our thinking when it comes to philanthropy, leaders across the nonprofit sector say. Read story

The Port of Vancouver and the Vancouver Bee Project are collaborating on a new bee habitat on port property. To prepare the property, a 40-by-100-foot tarp was laid down to kill off unwanted grasses, weeds and plants.

Port of Vancouver, Vancouver Bee Project collaborate on new bee habitat on port property

The Port of Vancouver and the Vancouver Bee Project are collaborating on a new bee habitat on port property. To prepare the property, a 40-by-100-foot tarp was laid down to kill off unwanted grasses, weeds and plants.

May 22, 2024, 6:06am Business

The Port of Vancouver and the Vancouver Bee Project are collaborating on a new bee habitat on port property. While it’s just a big black sheet of plastic at the moment, eventually the area will be filled with native plants and flowers that will attract native bees. Read story

Defense attorney Ed Dunkerly, left, talks Tuesday about a video showing how to adjust the brightness of an optic on Clark County sheriff&rsquo;s Deputy Jonathan Feller&rsquo;s rifle during Julio Segura&rsquo;s murder trial at the Clark County Courthouse. A defense analyst testified Tuesday he thinks the brightness obscured Feller&rsquo;s view and led him to mistakenly shoot off-duty Vancouver police Officer Donald Sahota.

Use-of-force expert blames deputy’s equipment setting for death of Vancouver police Officer Donald Sahota

Defense attorney Ed Dunkerly, left, talks Tuesday about a video showing how to adjust the brightness of an optic on Clark County sheriff&rsquo;s Deputy Jonathan Feller&rsquo;s rifle during Julio Segura&rsquo;s murder trial at the Clark County Courthouse. A defense analyst testified Tuesday he thinks the brightness obscured Feller&rsquo;s view and led him to mistakenly shoot off-duty Vancouver police Officer Donald Sahota.

May 21, 2024, 6:42pm Clark County News

The Yakima man accused in the death of off-duty Vancouver police Officer Donald Sahota is set to testify today in his murder trial. Read story

Republican 3rd Congressional District candidate Joe Kent speaks at a Tuesday town hall at the Camas Community Center.

‘The economy is destroying people’: 3rd District candidate Joe Kent hosts town hall in Camasvideo icon

Republican 3rd Congressional District candidate Joe Kent speaks at a Tuesday town hall at the Camas Community Center.

May 21, 2024, 5:58pm Clark County News

At a town hall event Tuesday morning, Republican 3rd Congressional District candidate Joe Kent declared that inflation, immigration and parental rights are the biggest issues facing the United States today. Read story

PeaceHealth appoints two new hospital executives

May 21, 2024, 4:57pm Business

Health care company PeaceHealth announced the appointment of two new hospital executives Tuesday afternoon. Read story

This billboard on Northeast St. Johns Boulevard went up in late February and will remain there for two months. It will move around Vancouver for several months thereafter. The father of Jeffrey Beach, Keith Beach, said he believes there are people in Clark County who know something about his son's death.

Vancouver man arrested in connection with 2015 Long Beach slaying

This billboard on Northeast St. Johns Boulevard went up in late February and will remain there for two months. It will move around Vancouver for several months thereafter. The father of Jeffrey Beach, Keith Beach, said he believes there are people in Clark County who know something about his son's death.

May 21, 2024, 12:37pm Clark County News

Detectives from the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office arrested a Vancouver man in connection with the 2015 slaying of Jeffrey Beach on the Long Beach Peninsula, according to a sheriff’s office news release. Read story

Genevieve Fisher of Vancouver, from left, takes a break in the front yard of the house she purchased with her mom while joined by tenants Stephaun Gallaread and Helen Lowdermilk.

Vancouver woman creates home for people with mental illness or who’ve been chronically homeless

Genevieve Fisher of Vancouver, from left, takes a break in the front yard of the house she purchased with her mom while joined by tenants Stephaun Gallaread and Helen Lowdermilk.

May 21, 2024, 6:10am Clark County Health

Life used to look a lot different for Siddhartha Fisher. He was a gifted child — class president of his elementary school and winner of a state chess championship in sixth grade, his family said. Read story

The Oregon Health & Science University campus in Portland is seen in 2016.

Private equity moves into care in Northwest: Investment firms buying mental health, substance use clinics

The Oregon Health & Science University campus in Portland is seen in 2016.

May 21, 2024, 6:09am Business

A national study published by the journal JAMA Psychiatry earlier this month found private equity firms now account for as much as a quarter of practices providing mental health services in some states. In Washington, about 3 percent of mental health clinics and 8 percent of substance use clinics are… Read story