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Ryan Dungey talks to reporters May 16, 2013, after demonstration rides on a temporary track set up at the downtown rail yards in Sacramento, Calif. Three-time motocross champion Dungey, who returned this season after a five-year retirement, has 800,000 Instagram followers and 213,000 more on Twitter.

Motocross accelerates through 50 years of progress

Ryan Dungey talks to reporters May 16, 2013, after demonstration rides on a temporary track set up at the downtown rail yards in Sacramento, Calif. Three-time motocross champion Dungey, who returned this season after a five-year retirement, has 800,000 Instagram followers and 213,000 more on Twitter.

June 10, 2022, 4:16pm National Sports

The early days of motocross were technically the same as today: riders racing dirt bikes over humps and around berms, fastest person wins. Read story

A man police believe is responsible for more than 30 armed robberies since April across the Portland metro area. Investigators are asking people to call 911 if they see him or know his whereabouts.

Police seek suspect in more than 30 armed robberies in Clark County and Oregon

A man police believe is responsible for more than 30 armed robberies since April across the Portland metro area. Investigators are asking people to call 911 if they see him or know his whereabouts.

June 7, 2022, 11:03am Clark County News

Law enforcement agencies from Southwest Washington and Oregon are looking for information about a man investigators believe is responsible for more than 30 armed robberies since April. Read story

The Camas Planning Commission has approved preliminary plans for a nearly 943,000-square-foot industrial business park across Lake Road, north of WaferTech, seen here in 2006.

Camas commission gives initial thumbs up for nearly 1 million-square-foot business park

The Camas Planning Commission has approved preliminary plans for a nearly 943,000-square-foot industrial business park across Lake Road, north of WaferTech, seen here in 2006.

June 6, 2022, 3:01pm Business

The Camas Planning Commission has signed off on preliminary plans for a nearly 943,000-square-foot industrial business park along Northwest Lake Road. Read story

The city of Washougal is moving ahead with a project to replace a pedestrian bridge at Hartwood Park despite the higher-than-originally-estimated cost of $339,000 that prompted some city council members to question if they should consider delaying or abandoning the project altogether.

Washougal faces ‘sticker shock’ on Hartwood Park bridge plan

The city of Washougal is moving ahead with a project to replace a pedestrian bridge at Hartwood Park despite the higher-than-originally-estimated cost of $339,000 that prompted some city council members to question if they should consider delaying or abandoning the project altogether.

May 31, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

Washougal city leaders are moving ahead with their project to replace a small pedestrian bridge at Hartwood Park, even though the project will cost significantly more than they had anticipated. Read story

Discovery High School in under construction in 2017.

Camas schools OKs 6-year facilities plan with $210M worth of projects

Discovery High School in under construction in 2017.

May 30, 2022, 3:06pm Clark County News

The Camas School Board last week approved a six-year capital facilities plan that includes an estimated $210 million worth of school facilities projects the district could need to serve a growing student population. Read story

Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $3,000 to Family Promise of Clark County on May 11.

Family Promise of Clark County receives support of 100 Women Who Care

Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $3,000 to Family Promise of Clark County on May 11.

May 28, 2022, 5:53am Community

Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $3,000 to Family Promise of Clark County on May 11. Board President Dave Cole accepted the funds on behalf of the organization. Read story

John Ley

Registration challenge claims John Ley not eligible to run for 18th District

John Ley

May 27, 2022, 3:52pm Clark County News

Campaign season for the 2022 election is barely underway, but the Clark County Auditor’s Office has already received a challenge to one candidate’s bid for office. Read story

Trap Door Brewing has announced plans to open a second taproom and brewery in Washougal this summer.

Trap Door Brewing to open in Washougal

Trap Door Brewing has announced plans to open a second taproom and brewery in Washougal this summer.

May 23, 2022, 5:09pm Business

Trap Door Brewing is coming to downtown Washougal. Read story

A sign, proposing a subdivision with 122 single-family homes, sits on a 37-acre parcel at 26630 N.E. 28th St., in north Camas, in 2021.

Camas residents contest 122-home subdivision proposal

A sign, proposing a subdivision with 122 single-family homes, sits on a 37-acre parcel at 26630 N.E. 28th St., in north Camas, in 2021.

May 18, 2022, 4:53pm Clark County News

A proposal that would build 122 single-family homes near Green Mountain near Camas’ northern city border is drawing opposition from several Camas residents, Green Mountain neighbors and local “tree protectors.” Read story

Crown Park upgrades are topic of open house

May 17, 2022, 6:00am Clark County News

Camas Parks and Recreation will host an open house for the public as part of the Crown Park improvements process at 5 p.m. today, at Crown Park, 120 N.E. 17th St., Camas. Read story