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Ridgefield volleyball sweeps Columbia River in lively matchvideo icon

September 21, 2021, 11:07pm Multimedia

One thing was instantly clear Tuesday night in Columbia River’s J. Hoover Gymnasium. Read story

Clackamas holds back Camas, 38-30video icon

September 10, 2021, 11:55pm Multimedia

Papermakers 0-2 with another Oregon powerhouse upcoming Read story

Camas junior Anna Mooney, left, wins a header over Hockinson sophomore Ani Vossler during the season-opening match Tuesday. Camas won 3-1.

Papermakers keep ball rolling with season-opening girls soccer win over Hockinsonvideo icon

Camas junior Anna Mooney, left, wins a header over Hockinson sophomore Ani Vossler during the season-opening match Tuesday. Camas won 3-1.

September 7, 2021, 10:46pm Multimedia

HOCKINSON — It’s a little hard to imagine on a warm September evening that the foundations of Camas girls soccer team’s season-opening win Tuesday could be traced back to the cold nights of February and March. Read story

Eli Shubert, pitcher for the Ridgefield Raptors, marries Erin Thum in a short ceremony on the field before a game against the Port Angeles Lefties at Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex on Wednesday, July 14, 2021.

Ridgefield Raptors pitcher ties the knot on fieldvideo icon

Eli Shubert, pitcher for the Ridgefield Raptors, marries Erin Thum in a short ceremony on the field before a game against the Port Angeles Lefties at Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex on Wednesday, July 14, 2021.

July 14, 2021, 7:48pm Clark County News

RIDGEFIELD — Some husbands have trouble remembering their wedding anniversary. Eli Shubert will have to remember two. Read story

Columbia River players gather around pitcher Nick Alder, center, to celebrate a victory over Ridgefield on Tuesday, May 4, 2021, at the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex. Columbia River won 4-2 to advance in the 2A Southwest District Tournament.

Alder helps preserve Columbia River’s 4-2 playoff win over Ridgefieldvideo icon

Columbia River players gather around pitcher Nick Alder, center, to celebrate a victory over Ridgefield on Tuesday, May 4, 2021, at the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex. Columbia River won 4-2 to advance in the 2A Southwest District Tournament.

May 4, 2021, 9:03pm Multimedia

Columbia River's Nick Alder struck out Ridgefield's Wyatt Bartroff for the final out to preserve a 4-2 win, sending the Rapids to the 2A district semifinals on Friday back at the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Center. Read story

Prairie’s Hayden Rose shoots in between a trio of Heritage defenders in a 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League boys basketball game on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at Prairie High School. The Falcons won 74-61.

Basketball is back, and so is coach Kyle Brooks, as Prairie boys beat Heritagevideo icon

Prairie’s Hayden Rose shoots in between a trio of Heritage defenders in a 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League boys basketball game on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at Prairie High School. The Falcons won 74-61.

April 20, 2021, 10:05pm Multimedia

Hayden Rose, Reece Walling lead Falcons to 74-61 season-opening victory Read story

Seton Catholic’s David Moore threads the needle through the La Center defense with a long pass to a teammate on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, at Seton Catholic Preparatory School. The Cougars won 3-1 in the 1A Trico League game.

Seton Catholic clears big hurdle in Trico League boys soccer, beats La Center 3-1video icon

Seton Catholic’s David Moore threads the needle through the La Center defense with a long pass to a teammate on Tuesday, April 13, 2021, at Seton Catholic Preparatory School. The Cougars won 3-1 in the 1A Trico League game.

April 13, 2021, 10:14pm Multimedia

David Moore assists on all three Cougar goals, two by Babiy Read story

Connie Kessinger of St. Joseph Catholic Church, right, bows her head in prayer before the service on June 18, 2020. As churches slowly reopen, the traditional Catholic Mass has shifted to adapt to COVID-19.

Picturing the pandemic

Connie Kessinger of St. Joseph Catholic Church, right, bows her head in prayer before the service on June 18, 2020. As churches slowly reopen, the traditional Catholic Mass has shifted to adapt to COVID-19.

March 7, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

A year ago, when the first Clark County resident was diagnosed with COVID-19, we didn’t know how much our lives were about to change. Read story

Steve Helland, left, and Marty Forsmann, both of Vancouver, load mashed potatoes and stuffing into to-go containers on Friday at a Christmas meal distribution event at WareHouse '23.

Filling plates for free Christmas meal in Vancouver ‘fulfilling’

Steve Helland, left, and Marty Forsmann, both of Vancouver, load mashed potatoes and stuffing into to-go containers on Friday at a Christmas meal distribution event at WareHouse '23.

December 25, 2020, 5:28pm Clark County News

Chilly weather and steady rain didn’t dampen the holiday spirit at Beaches Restaurant and Bar’s Christmas meal distribution event at WareHouse ’23 on Friday. Read story

Rod Cook, left, helps load boxed-up bicycle kits into the back of a volunteer's pickup truck while Hayden Trent, right, repositions other boxes on Saturday morning at Taylor Transport in the Barberton area. Pre-registered volunteers drove though the warehouse to collect new bikes for home assembly. The bikes will be passed along to needy local families at Christmas.

Annual holiday bike build in Clark County rolls with changes due to COVID-19 pandemic

Rod Cook, left, helps load boxed-up bicycle kits into the back of a volunteer's pickup truck while Hayden Trent, right, repositions other boxes on Saturday morning at Taylor Transport in the Barberton area. Pre-registered volunteers drove though the warehouse to collect new bikes for home assembly. The bikes will be passed along to needy local families at Christmas.

December 12, 2020, 2:48pm Clark County News

The scene may have been different, but the spirit was exactly the same. Just ask Santa Claus, merrily boogieing to thumping dance tunes and schmoozing his way down the line of volunteers in cars who waited on Saturday morning, distantly and patiently, for boxes of brand new bicycle parts to… Read story