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Skyview's Lia Hawken (14) plans to sign to play volleyball at the University of Dayton on Wednesday.

Martinez: Skyview’s Lia Hawken latest in family’s long line of athletesvideo icon

Skyview's Lia Hawken (14) plans to sign to play volleyball at the University of Dayton on Wednesday.

November 10, 2020, 6:09pm Newsletter

As the early college signing period starts Wednesday, Skyview volleyball player Lia Hawken plans to make official a decision she hopes helps her accomplish two important goals. Read story

Abigail Pine, 7, screams in excitement as she sees costumed characters and goodie bags ahead of her during the fourth annual Booville, a drive-thru Halloween event put on by the Parks Foundation of Clark County at Vancouver Mall on Saturday. Abigail dressed as a kitten.

Booville at Vancouver Mall gives kids a safe, drive-thru Halloween experience

Abigail Pine, 7, screams in excitement as she sees costumed characters and goodie bags ahead of her during the fourth annual Booville, a drive-thru Halloween event put on by the Parks Foundation of Clark County at Vancouver Mall on Saturday. Abigail dressed as a kitten.

October 31, 2020, 6:23pm Clark County News

There were big smiles and screams of excitement Saturday at the fourth annual Booville, intended this year as a pandemic-safe, drive-thru Halloween event hosted by the Parks Foundation of Clark County. Read story

Joey Catania, from left, runs alongside 7-year-old Maxx Catania and Crystal Catania in WhyRacingis Scary Run on Saturday morning, October 31, 2020, in Washougal. Roughly 300 runners, many costumed, enjoyed a sunny morning along the Columbia River taking part in the family-friendly event, which featured 5- and 10-kilometer courses and a half marathon.

Ghoul-time had by all at Washougal’s Scary Runvideo icon

Joey Catania, from left, runs alongside 7-year-old Maxx Catania and Crystal Catania in WhyRacingis Scary Run on Saturday morning, October 31, 2020, in Washougal. Roughly 300 runners, many costumed, enjoyed a sunny morning along the Columbia River taking part in the family-friendly event, which featured 5- and 10-kilometer courses and a half marathon.

October 31, 2020, 3:42pm Clark County Sports

About 300 participants took part in the Scary Run 5K and 10K runs on Saturday morning at Washougal, the first live event hosted by WhyRacing in 2020. Read story

The Clark County Sheriff's Office, Vancouver Police Department and Washington State Patrol investigate a shooting in Hazel Dell on Oct. 29.

Kevin E. Peterson Jr., 21, dies after being shot by sheriff’s deputies in Hazel Dellvideo icon

The Clark County Sheriff's Office, Vancouver Police Department and Washington State Patrol investigate a shooting in Hazel Dell on Oct. 29.

October 30, 2020, 7:20pm Clark County News

Kevin E. Peterson Jr., a 21-year-old Black man from Camas, has been identified as the man shot and killed Thursday evening by Clark County sheriff’s deputies on Northeast Highway 99 in Hazel Dell. Read story

Dmitriy Sashchenko, left, Liliya Zhukova and Andrey Georgiyev last spring founded Slavic Vote, a group focused on registering Slavics to vote and educating them about the elections process.

Group seeks to register, educate Slavic voters in Vancouver, Pacific Northwestvideo icon

Dmitriy Sashchenko, left, Liliya Zhukova and Andrey Georgiyev last spring founded Slavic Vote, a group focused on registering Slavics to vote and educating them about the elections process.

October 29, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

Andrey Georgiyev, an immigrant from Ukraine, was frustrated that his large extended family would often complain about politics but not vote in elections. Read story

Rey Reynolds, right, is challenging Sen.

49th District candidates Cleveland, Reynolds disagree on COVID-19video icon

Rey Reynolds, right, is challenging Sen.

October 25, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

In hourlong conversations with The Columbian’s Editorial Board, candidates running for federal, state and county offices tend to bounce between many topics, from the Interstate 5 bridge to sex education curriculum to gun control laws. Read story

Democrat Daniel Smith, left, is challenging Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, for the 17th Legislative District state Senate seat.

Smith, Wilson have contrasting visions in 17th District racevideo icon

Democrat Daniel Smith, left, is challenging Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, for the 17th Legislative District state Senate seat.

October 24, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

On homelessness, COVID-19 and systemic racism, the candidates for state Senate in the 17th Legislative District paint contrasting visions for getting Washington on the right track. Read story

Kassandra Bessert, a Democrat, is challenging Rep. Brandon Vick, R-Felida, for his seat in the Washington Legislature.

18th District candidates Vick, Bessert spar over COVID-19, morevideo icon

Kassandra Bessert, a Democrat, is challenging Rep. Brandon Vick, R-Felida, for his seat in the Washington Legislature.

October 23, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

The candidates seeking a seat in the state House of Representatives from the 18th Legislative District met virtually with The Columbian’s Editorial Board ahead of the general election to highlight their contrasting stances on COVID-19 recovery, economic policy and education. Read story

Spencer Tibbits uses a range finder to find his distance from the ninth hold on the second day of the Royal Oaks Invitational in Vancouver.

Vancouver’s Spencer Tibbits delays start of his pro golf career by one yearvideo icon

Spencer Tibbits uses a range finder to find his distance from the ninth hold on the second day of the Royal Oaks Invitational in Vancouver.

October 22, 2020, 7:47pm Clark County Sports

Former Fort Vancouver standout returns to Oregon State Read story

Incumbent Washington Public Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz, left, and challenger Sue Kuehl Pederson.

Candidates for Washington Commissioner of Public Lands disagree on wildfire strategiesvideo icon

Incumbent Washington Public Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz, left, and challenger Sue Kuehl Pederson.

October 18, 2020, 6:01am Clark County News

Wildfires dominated the debate between the two candidates for Washington state Commissioner of Public Lands, as each painted opposing visions for what the office ought to do in order to prevent and fight fires. Read story