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Washington State University Vancouver is pictured on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 6, 2018.

Washington State University proposes 2.5% tuition increase for upcoming school year

Washington State University Vancouver is pictured on Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 6, 2018.

May 7, 2021, 9:41am Newsletter

Washington State University is proposing a 2.5% tuition increase for all undergraduate and graduate students for the coming school year. Read story

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 A hallway sign encourages students to walk on the right and give their classmates space at Evergreen High School on Tuesday morning.

Plumbing problem closes Evergreen High School; classes to meet remotely

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 A hallway sign encourages students to walk on the right and give their classmates space at Evergreen High School on Tuesday morning.

May 6, 2021, 6:27pm Clark County News

A wastewater plumbing problem will keep Evergreen High School closed to in-person classes Friday, the district said Thursday evening. Read story

Vancouver Housing Authority offers rental aid to child care providers

May 6, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

The Vancouver Housing Authority is offering rent aid to tenants who work in child care. Read story

Woodland senior Lucy George clears a hurdle in the 100-meter hurdles at a 2A Greater St. Helens League track meet on  April 15 at Woodland High School. George, a Grand Canyon University track and field commit, hasn't lost an event this season - she has competed in the long jump, high jump, hurdles, javelin and shot put - and has a Division I collegiate spot locked up. But while others see athletic success, George struggles to find confidence in herself. She still battles with body image issues and grapples daily with overcoming an eating disorder that stemmed from a past coach telling her she needed to lose weight.

Woodland High track star battled ‘dark days’ with eating disorder

Woodland senior Lucy George clears a hurdle in the 100-meter hurdles at a 2A Greater St. Helens League track meet on  April 15 at Woodland High School. George, a Grand Canyon University track and field commit, hasn't lost an event this season - she has competed in the long jump, high jump, hurdles, javelin and shot put - and has a Division I collegiate spot locked up. But while others see athletic success, George struggles to find confidence in herself. She still battles with body image issues and grapples daily with overcoming an eating disorder that stemmed from a past coach telling her she needed to lose weight.

May 6, 2021, 6:01am Clark County Health

Woodland High School senior Lucy George is undefeated in track and field this season. Read story

2019 Washington State University Vancouver graduates at Sunlight Supply Amphitheater.

Washington State University Vancouver to honor 1,018 grads in virtual events

2019 Washington State University Vancouver graduates at Sunlight Supply Amphitheater.

May 5, 2021, 5:05pm Clark County News

Washington State University Vancouver will honor 1,018 graduates Saturday in two non-traditional commencement events because of COVID-19. Read story

Kindergartners Makhari Lang, from left, Anthony Miller and Zephaniah Keli Aitu test their tetherball skills during recess at Eisenhower Elementary School on Monday. Vancouver Public Schools expanded in-person instruction for four grades and plans to expand to another four grades next week.

Vancouver Public Schools expands in-person learning to 4 days a week for grades K-3

Kindergartners Makhari Lang, from left, Anthony Miller and Zephaniah Keli Aitu test their tetherball skills during recess at Eisenhower Elementary School on Monday. Vancouver Public Schools expanded in-person instruction for four grades and plans to expand to another four grades next week.

May 3, 2021, 7:17pm Clark County News

Alexia Kelly is brand new to Lisa Nazareno’s kindergarten classroom at Eisenhower Elementary School. After just three days, the expressive young learner already is accustomed to several routines. Read story

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University of Washington to require COVID-19 vaccinations

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May 3, 2021, 2:11pm Latest News

SEATTLE (AP) — The University of Washington will require all students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 before fall quarter begins. Read story

Ventilation is key to school safety during the pandemic. How are Washington schools refreshing classroom air?

April 30, 2021, 9:30am Latest News

As Washington schools reopen to more students, one concern at top of mind for many families and teachers is this: How are schools ventilating classrooms to reduce the chance of spreading COVID-19? Read story

Camas High School counselor Kirin Casteel checks student Ethan Tobey's health screener as he enters at Camas High School. Camas superintendent Jeff Snell said there's been zero COVID-19 transmission in schools since his district first expanded in-person instruction to four days a week March 22.

Schools to stay the course amid Clark County’s rising COVID numbers

Camas High School counselor Kirin Casteel checks student Ethan Tobey's health screener as he enters at Camas High School. Camas superintendent Jeff Snell said there's been zero COVID-19 transmission in schools since his district first expanded in-person instruction to four days a week March 22.

April 30, 2021, 6:07am Clark County News

With Clark County’s COVID-19 activity rising for the sixth consecutive week and approaching levels not seen since mid-February, will schools scale back their newly implemented expanded in-person instruction? Read story

Vancouver Public Schools to take transfer requests May 3

April 29, 2021, 5:58am Clark County News

Parents and guardians of students in Vancouver Public Schools may request their child transfer into or out of the district for the 2021-22 school year starting May 3. Read story