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Vector of Coronavirus 2019-nCoV and Virus background with disease cells. COVID-19 Corona virus outbreaking and Pandemic medical health risk concept.

COVID-19 cases in Clark County schools more than double

Vector of Coronavirus 2019-nCoV and Virus background with disease cells. COVID-19 Corona virus outbreaking and Pandemic medical health risk concept.

May 11, 2022, 5:49pm Clark County Health

Clark County Schools reported 560 new cases of COVID-19 since last week, more than double the 268 new cases reported the week prior. Read story

The Evergreen Public Schools Administrative Service Center.

Evergreen Public Schools’ staff push back against cuts

The Evergreen Public Schools Administrative Service Center.

May 11, 2022, 4:23pm Clark County News

Evergreen Public Schools’ board of directors saw backlash from teachers and community stakeholders at Tuesday night’s meeting over the district’s cuts to staffing in its diversity, equity and inclusion department. Read story

Columbia River High School is naming its field John O'Rourke Field at Columbia River High School in honor of the late coach, shown here in 2007. O'Rourke retired from teaching in 2007 and from coaching in 2015. He died in November at age 76.

Columbia River honors longtime coach John O’Rourke by naming field for him

Columbia River High School is naming its field John O'Rourke Field at Columbia River High School in honor of the late coach, shown here in 2007. O'Rourke retired from teaching in 2007 and from coaching in 2015. He died in November at age 76.

May 10, 2022, 8:05pm Latest News

Columbia River High School’s stadium has a new name in honor of a coach whose legacy continues to have a lasting impact. Read story

Winter trees frame buildings on the Clark College campus Friday morning. Just an estimated 40 percent of classes have been hosted in-person since Clark's winter term began on Jan.  3.

Washington Running Start enrollment drops as high school students pause college coursework

Winter trees frame buildings on the Clark College campus Friday morning. Just an estimated 40 percent of classes have been hosted in-person since Clark's winter term began on Jan.  3.

May 8, 2022, 6:00am Latest News

Valentine Wulf was bored by her high school English class, uninterested in “jumping through hoops” to prepare for writing an essay. That’s why the 16-year-old prefers taking an English course at North Seattle College — it allows her to just start writing. Read story

Longview school levy officially passes

May 7, 2022, 7:41pm Northwest

It's official: Longview voters have approved a school levy that district officials say will fund better security, revamped infrastructure and updated technology for schools. Read story

Washington State University Vancouver master's degree graduates march toward the amphitheater as Saturday's 2022 commencement ceremony gets underway at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds.

Members of WSUV’s class of 2022 weathered pandemic, unrest en route to graduation

Washington State University Vancouver master's degree graduates march toward the amphitheater as Saturday's 2022 commencement ceremony gets underway at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds.

May 7, 2022, 5:57pm Clark County News

The weather on Saturday, Washington State University Vancouver’s graduation day, was just like the state of our world now: churning and unpredictable. Read story

Graduating seniors and student leaders Armando Antonino, left, and Evans Kaame take a moment to try on some of their celebratory graduation garb on campus at Washington State University Vancouver on a Friday afternoon, reflecting on their final days as students.

WSU Vancouver Class of 2022: Student leaders build community amid pandemic challenges

Graduating seniors and student leaders Armando Antonino, left, and Evans Kaame take a moment to try on some of their celebratory graduation garb on campus at Washington State University Vancouver on a Friday afternoon, reflecting on their final days as students.

May 7, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

“I’ll be the first to say we’re exhausted,” said Armando “Mando” Antonino, laughing. Read story

Evergreen High School senior golfer Hilary Yoon is pictured at Fairway Village Golf Course on Thursday afternoon, April 28, 2022.

Evergreen golfer Hilary Yoon dreams of a course to citizenship

Evergreen High School senior golfer Hilary Yoon is pictured at Fairway Village Golf Course on Thursday afternoon, April 28, 2022.

May 7, 2022, 6:01am Latest News

Hilary Yoon’s had a typical American upbringing, yet grew up knowing she isn’t a United States citizen. Now, she’s fighting for her legal future as a Documented Dreamer and navigating how to remain in a country she considers home. Read story