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Pleasant Valley Primary School third-grader Henry Blickenstaff, left, and Captain Strong Elementary School third-grader Noah Ruotsalainen prepare fish tacos for the annual Sodexo Future Chefs Competition hosted by Battle Ground High School on Thursday. The chef of the winning recipe will go on to a regional competition, and potentially on to the national cook-off.

Future chefs spice up student competition in Battle Ground

Pleasant Valley Primary School third-grader Henry Blickenstaff, left, and Captain Strong Elementary School third-grader Noah Ruotsalainen prepare fish tacos for the annual Sodexo Future Chefs Competition hosted by Battle Ground High School on Thursday. The chef of the winning recipe will go on to a regional competition, and potentially on to the national cook-off.

March 22, 2019, 9:16pm Clark County News

Battle Ground 10-year-old Colton Diamond draws his culinary inspiration from two sources: his father and Taco Bell. Read story

Nataasha Luchau, center, with pink sleeves, mother of Hartley Anderson, 5, reads a statement from the family to the media from her cellphone before a candlelight vigil in memory of her daughter Friday evening at LeRoy Haagen Memorial Park in Vancouver.

Vigil for Hartley remembers ‘incredibly special girl’video icon

Nataasha Luchau, center, with pink sleeves, mother of Hartley Anderson, 5, reads a statement from the family to the media from her cellphone before a candlelight vigil in memory of her daughter Friday evening at LeRoy Haagen Memorial Park in Vancouver.

November 9, 2018, 9:30pm Clark County News

Family, friends and supporters came together Friday evening to remember the life of 5-year-old Hartley Anderson, who was described by those who knew her best as a “sweet, sassy and spunky” little girl. Read story

Carolyn Long, left, Democratic candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, speaks to supporters during an election party at the Marshall Center on Tuesday night (Nathan Howard/The Columbian). Incumbent U.S. Rep.

Herrera Beutler ahead in 3rd Congressional District

Carolyn Long, left, Democratic candidate for the 3rd Congressional District, speaks to supporters during an election party at the Marshall Center on Tuesday night (Nathan Howard/The Columbian). Incumbent U.S. Rep.

November 7, 2018, 12:02am Clark County News

This year, the incumbent in the 3rd Congressional District race didn’t throw herself an election night party. But Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, took her usual position as the front-runner after Tuesday’s election results were released. Read story

Becky Broyles, teacher at River Homelink, speaks to a crowd of thousands of teachers and community supporters at Esther Short Park on Friday afternoon. Teachers capped off a second week of strikes with the rally.

Striking teachers, supporters rally in show of solidarityvideo icon

Becky Broyles, teacher at River Homelink, speaks to a crowd of thousands of teachers and community supporters at Esther Short Park on Friday afternoon. Teachers capped off a second week of strikes with the rally.

September 7, 2018, 9:00pm Clark County News

Downtown Vancouver was awash in red Friday as thousands of educators rallied in Esther Short Park in what appeared to be the largest demonstration of teachers and their supporters since strikes began last week. Read story

John Petty looks at the interior of a 1963 Chevrolet Impala on Saturday during Cruise the Couve on Main Street in downtown Vancouver.

Cruise the Couve rolls, rocks downtown Vancouver

John Petty looks at the interior of a 1963 Chevrolet Impala on Saturday during Cruise the Couve on Main Street in downtown Vancouver.

July 21, 2018, 8:28pm Clark County News

Cruise the Couve is all about the sights — the classic, cool and kooky cars that drive up and down Vancouver’s Main Street — but there is also a fair amount of sounds. Engines revving, horns honking, clunkers chug-a-lugging along, old tunes playing from cars and restaurants, and phrases like… Read story

LEADOPTION Young Zhang, 3, front row from left, his mom, Megan Chan, and his sister, Xia Zhang, 2, get a front row seat to view an anaconda while joining a crowd of reptile fans during a presentation by The Oregon Reptile Man, Richard Ritchey, at Three Creeks Community Library on Thursday morning, July 19, 2018. The event was part of the library's summer reading program.

Snakes at the library

LEADOPTION Young Zhang, 3, front row from left, his mom, Megan Chan, and his sister, Xia Zhang, 2, get a front row seat to view an anaconda while joining a crowd of reptile fans during a presentation by The Oregon Reptile Man, Richard Ritchey, at Three Creeks Community Library on Thursday morning, July 19, 2018. The event was part of the library's summer reading program.

July 19, 2018, 6:59pm Clark County News

Thanks to the Oregon Reptile Man, Richard Ritchey, little patrons and parents got a lesson and hands-on experience with reptiles. Read story

The lights of an airplane streak through fireworks as they light the night sky above Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and Pearson Field on Wednesday evening.

Tradition holds Fourth at Fort Vancouver

The lights of an airplane streak through fireworks as they light the night sky above Fort Vancouver National Historic Site and Pearson Field on Wednesday evening.

July 4, 2018, 8:42pm Clark County News

Once again, people from all over the region gathered on the lawn at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site to see something beautiful in the sky. Read story

Plane builders and Fort Vancouver staff members ease the Curtiss Pusher into the Pearson Air Museum at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on Tuesday.

Busy week of aviation heritage takes wingvideo icon

Plane builders and Fort Vancouver staff members ease the Curtiss Pusher into the Pearson Air Museum at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on Tuesday.

June 19, 2018, 8:25pm Clark County News

A team of airplane builders has been trying to set aviation back 106 years. Read story

Wyatt Moody, 14, center, of the Battle Ground Air Force JROTC helps Fort Vancouver National Historic Site facility manager Alex Patterson as they join the effort to raise the garrison flag during the annual Memorial Day Observance on Monday morning.

Memorial Day Observance about names, faces, sacrifices

Wyatt Moody, 14, center, of the Battle Ground Air Force JROTC helps Fort Vancouver National Historic Site facility manager Alex Patterson as they join the effort to raise the garrison flag during the annual Memorial Day Observance on Monday morning.

May 28, 2018, 9:09pm Clark County News

Sgt. Bryce D. Howard, U.S. Army. Sgt. Jason D. Peto, United States Marine Corps. Pfc. Christopher Ian Walz, U.S. Army. Read story

Camas High School sophomore Shannon McDaniel, 16, in stripes, and freshman Caleb Ashworth, 15, pause in a moment of silence outside their school Wednesday morning, March 14, 2018 to honor the memory of the 17 people killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla. The Camas school walkout was among the many that took place in high schools around the country.

Clark County students walk out of class to protest gun violencevideo icon

Camas High School sophomore Shannon McDaniel, 16, in stripes, and freshman Caleb Ashworth, 15, pause in a moment of silence outside their school Wednesday morning, March 14, 2018 to honor the memory of the 17 people killed in the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla. The Camas school walkout was among the many that took place in high schools around the country.

March 14, 2018, 10:04am Clark County News

Hundreds of students protested across Clark County campuses Wednesday, while tens of thousands across the country organized in the wake of continued mass gun violence across the nation. Read story