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A group of executives and engineers from Probat Inc., visited the roaster at Pull Caffe in Yacolt.

Pull Caffe’s coffee roaster in Yacolt is officially the oldest of its kindvideo icon

A group of executives and engineers from Probat Inc., visited the roaster at Pull Caffe in Yacolt.

January 6, 2024, 6:10am Business

An old German coffee roaster machine in Yacolt was acknowledged in December as the oldest of its kind by world-renowned manufacturer Probat. Read story

Columbia River junior Kaya Mirtich, right, and Columbia River junior Brooklyn Moore, left, celebrate with the bench after a basket Friday, Jan. 5, 2024, during the Rapids’ 43-33 win against Ridgefield at Columbia River High School.

Desire sends Columbia River girls to a 43-33 win over Ridgefieldvideo icon

Columbia River junior Kaya Mirtich, right, and Columbia River junior Brooklyn Moore, left, celebrate with the bench after a basket Friday, Jan. 5, 2024, during the Rapids’ 43-33 win against Ridgefield at Columbia River High School.

January 5, 2024, 10:59pm Multimedia

Rapids take over first place in 2A GSHL after sending Spudders to first loss of season Read story

Hudson’s Bay’s Avi Desjarlais (24) and Columbia River’s Kaya Mirtich (23) attempt to grab a loose ball during a 2A Greater St. Helens League girls basketball game on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2024, at Columbia River High School.

Energized Hudson’s Bay girls basketball team takes down Columbia River for 2A GSHL winvideo icon

Hudson’s Bay’s Avi Desjarlais (24) and Columbia River’s Kaya Mirtich (23) attempt to grab a loose ball during a 2A Greater St. Helens League girls basketball game on Wednesday, Jan. 3, 2024, at Columbia River High School.

January 4, 2024, 12:44pm Prep Sports

Despite having just seven players active Wednesday for a game against district foe Columbia River, the Hudson’s Bay girls basketball team embraced the challenge. In fact, the short-handed Eagles played energized throughout an eventual 49-44 win on the Rapids’ home floor at J. Hoover Gymnasium to improve to 4-2 in… Read story

Student London Lockwood protests after losing a hard-fought point to coach Nathaniel Holzgrafe.

More to the point: Orion Fencing in Orchards pokes holes in fencing’s reputation as a niche sportvideo icon

Student London Lockwood protests after losing a hard-fought point to coach Nathaniel Holzgrafe.

January 4, 2024, 6:03am Clark County Life

When two kids find a couple of sticks, what’s the first thing they do? Pretend the sticks are swords and they are swashbuckling pirates or knights of old. Read story

Marc Gross has given countless tours of the Interstate 5 Bridge during his more than two decades as bridge supervisor. Gross said a tour favorite is seeing the gunk that is used to grease the 6&frac12; miles of cable.

Washington’s U.S. Sens. Murray, Cantwell get up-close look at I-5 Bridge maintenancevideo icon

Marc Gross has given countless tours of the Interstate 5 Bridge during his more than two decades as bridge supervisor. Gross said a tour favorite is seeing the gunk that is used to grease the 6&frac12; miles of cable.

January 3, 2024, 6:57pm Clark County News

U.S. Sens. Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell on Wednesday saw up close what it takes to keep the century-old Interstate 5 drawbridge working. Read story

Union's Kody Holcomb, left, shoots the ball Saturday, Feb. 25, 2023, during the Titans’ 67-40 at Battle Ground High School.

Closing time is the main task at hand for new-look Union boys basketball teamvideo icon

Union's Kody Holcomb, left, shoots the ball Saturday, Feb. 25, 2023, during the Titans’ 67-40 at Battle Ground High School.

December 20, 2023, 9:42pm Prep Sports

Close games haven’t been kind to the Union boys basketball team so far this season. All of the Titans’ losses have been decided by five points or less, and that trend continued Wednesday when they suffered a 61-58 defeat at home against West Valley of Yakima. Union (3-5) battled in… Read story

Firefighters carry a hose into a burning house Wednesday during a Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue training exercise in Ridgefield. For seven new firefighter/paramedics, the training marked their last exercise before graduating from the fire academy and joining the agency&rsquo;s ranks.

Ridgefield firefighters train to take the heat as donated house burnsvideo icon

Firefighters carry a hose into a burning house Wednesday during a Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue training exercise in Ridgefield. For seven new firefighter/paramedics, the training marked their last exercise before graduating from the fire academy and joining the agency&rsquo;s ranks.

December 20, 2023, 6:04pm Clark County News

As smoke billowed from an upstairs window of a house in Ridgefield, dozens of firefighters were already there. This fire was intentionally set. Read story

Ridgefield’s Janessa Chatman (32) looks to make a pass to a teammate during a non-league girls basketball game against La Center on Monday, Dec. 18, 2023, at La Center High School.

Ridgefield girls playing unselfish, balanced basketball during undefeated startvideo icon

Ridgefield’s Janessa Chatman (32) looks to make a pass to a teammate during a non-league girls basketball game against La Center on Monday, Dec. 18, 2023, at La Center High School.

December 19, 2023, 12:08pm Prep Sports

During the team’s undefeated start to the season, Ridgefield has found tremendous balance on its roster. The Spudders girls basketball team moved to 8-0 after earning a non-league win, 67-36, over La Center on Monday, led by junior Janessa Chatman’s 24 points plus two other starters, senior Elizabeth Swift (12… Read story

Camas senior Addison Harris, right, lays the ball into the basket Friday, Dec. 15, 2023, during the Papermakers’ 58-46 win against Eastlake at Camas High School.

Camas clamps down on Eastlake in rematch of 4A girls basketball state championship gamevideo icon

Camas senior Addison Harris, right, lays the ball into the basket Friday, Dec. 15, 2023, during the Papermakers’ 58-46 win against Eastlake at Camas High School.

December 15, 2023, 11:23pm Latest News

The win wasn’t payback in the most direct sense, but a pretty satisfying feeling for the Camas girls basketball team nonetheless. The Papermakers got the better of Eastlake, the same team they lost to in last season’s Class 4A state championship game, by pulling out a 58-46 win… Read story

The Beacock Music Jazz Band brings the swing to Clearwater Springs Assisted Living one morning in November. Senior homes are &ldquo;a great circuit&rdquo; for senior musicians, said bandleader Gene Burton, on saxophone at front right.

‘Music makes everybody happy’: Beacock Music Jazz Band keeps senior musicians busy and musically sharpvideo icon

The Beacock Music Jazz Band brings the swing to Clearwater Springs Assisted Living one morning in November. Senior homes are &ldquo;a great circuit&rdquo; for senior musicians, said bandleader Gene Burton, on saxophone at front right.

December 2, 2023, 6:13am Clark County Health

If you thought that life in retirement was quiet, get a load of the huge, happy noise the Beacock Music Jazz Band pumps out. Read story