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The team photo of the 1938 Vancouver Trappers after defeating Everett, 42-24, in the state title game at Washington Athletic Pavilion on March 19, 1938. Vancouver went 25-5 that season.

Vancouver High Trappers: 1938 basketball state champs lifted a city

The team photo of the 1938 Vancouver Trappers after defeating Everett, 42-24, in the state title game at Washington Athletic Pavilion on March 19, 1938. Vancouver went 25-5 that season.

February 26, 2018, 10:06pm Clark County News

Mark Mulder never met his father, who as a high school senior in 1938 starred on Vancouver High School’s state championship basketball team. Read story

Prairie’s Kameron Osborn (3) prepares to make a pass to Prairie’s Logan Reed (20) while guarding from Arlington’s Max Smith (40) and Griffin Gardoski (3) during the 3A regional boys basketball game at Battle Ground High School, Saturday February 24, 2018.

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Prairie’s Kameron Osborn (3) prepares to make a pass to Prairie’s Logan Reed (20) while guarding from Arlington’s Max Smith (40) and Griffin Gardoski (3) during the 3A regional boys basketball game at Battle Ground High School, Saturday February 24, 2018.

February 24, 2018, 5:43pm Photos

Senior guard scores 21 of his 29 points in first half of 65-54 win Read story

Juliana Pazz, 3, and her friend Remi Helus, 4, both of Vancouver, make a snowman at Fort Vancouver National Site on Thursday morning. Many local schools operated with a late start on Thursday morning.

As snow recedes, winter persists

Juliana Pazz, 3, and her friend Remi Helus, 4, both of Vancouver, make a snowman at Fort Vancouver National Site on Thursday morning. Many local schools operated with a late start on Thursday morning.

February 22, 2018, 9:06pm Clark County News

After two days of closures and delays for snow around Clark County, forecasters expect a reprieve from disruptive snowfall Friday. But it'll still be wintry out, with below-freezing temperatures and patchy freezing fog in the morning. Read story

Wal-Mart workers parade the Marrion neighborhood store in Vancouver after graduating Wal-Mart Academy. Regional manager Troy Cuff said training programs like the academy help retain employees and lift its customer service, which is needed as e-commerce grows.

Wal-Mart Academy fetes first local grads

Wal-Mart workers parade the Marrion neighborhood store in Vancouver after graduating Wal-Mart Academy. Regional manager Troy Cuff said training programs like the academy help retain employees and lift its customer service, which is needed as e-commerce grows.

September 26, 2017, 6:53pm Business

Sir Edward Elgar’s graduation classic “Pomp and Circumstance” played in the Wal-Mart garden section Tuesday morning. Read story

Dozens gather for celestial spectacle at Esther Short Park

August 21, 2017, 8:49pm Clark County News

The eclipse cast shadows and prompted street lamps to turn on in Propstra Square, downtown Vancouver’s so-called living room, where dozens of people gathered to take it all in. Read story

Spectators gather on the Vancouver Community Library terrace, foreground, and the First Independent Bank tower, rear, to view the eclipse.

Hundreds crowd library terrace to share in eclipse experience

Spectators gather on the Vancouver Community Library terrace, foreground, and the First Independent Bank tower, rear, to view the eclipse.

August 21, 2017, 8:43pm Clark County News

When Eugene Messer watched the 1979 eclipse, it wasn’t a mob scene like this year’s event. Read story

Kayden Williams, 9, left, and her sister Kendall, 11, both of Camas, follow the solar eclipse as it passes through the darkest point Monday morning at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. “It looked like the Cheshire Cat, but without the eyes,” Kayden said.

At fort, many watch moon ‘biting and biting’ the sun

Kayden Williams, 9, left, and her sister Kendall, 11, both of Camas, follow the solar eclipse as it passes through the darkest point Monday morning at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. “It looked like the Cheshire Cat, but without the eyes,” Kayden said.

August 21, 2017, 8:04pm Clark County News

The sun and moon lined up with Katie, Aiden, Lillie, Kendall, Kayden, Raphael, Michael and Michelle and ... well, with everybody from coast to coast, actually. Read story

Words of love and kindness surround Joy Team member Denali Miller, 17, in yellow shirt, as he adds a little color outside Vancouver City Hall during the annual Chalk the Walks event on Tuesday.

Chalk it up to spreading joy

Words of love and kindness surround Joy Team member Denali Miller, 17, in yellow shirt, as he adds a little color outside Vancouver City Hall during the annual Chalk the Walks event on Tuesday.

August 15, 2017, 6:43pm Clark County News

Denali Miller blows yellow chalk dust off his drawing of an abstract pattern on the sidewalk outside Vancouver City Hall. Read story

Fireworks light the night sky to the delight of the crowd at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on Tuesday evening.

Big crowd at scaled-back Fourth at the fort

Fireworks light the night sky to the delight of the crowd at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on Tuesday evening.

July 4, 2017, 9:36pm Clark County News

It took more than a mile of chain-link fence, more than 100 portable toilets, more than 300 volunteers, 35 vendors selling food and crafts, a sponsorship by Bank of America, four bands and more than 10,000 fireworks to pull off this year's annual Independence Day at Fort Vancouver. Read story

The mad dash is underway as 4- and 5-year-olds scramble at the start of the annual Easter egg hunt in Camas&#039; Crown Park on Sunday. Even with 14,000 eggs to find, the hunt itself was over in just a few minutes. (Randy L.

Egg Scramble: Kids enjoy annual hunt on Easter Sunday in Camas

The mad dash is underway as 4- and 5-year-olds scramble at the start of the annual Easter egg hunt in Camas&#039; Crown Park on Sunday. Even with 14,000 eggs to find, the hunt itself was over in just a few minutes. (Randy L.

April 16, 2017, 9:25pm Clark County News

It took dozens of people hours to stuff and place the Easter eggs around Camas’ Crown Park, along with weeks of prep work ahead of time. Read story