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Ed Stanley of the U.S. Postal Service prepares a bank of mailboxes Wednesday at a new Clark County housing development, the Meadows at 58th Street in the Minnehaha area. Clark County’s population growth cycle is continuing at a rate faster than the rest of the Portland metro area.

Clark County keeps growing, though pace has slowed

Ed Stanley of the U.S. Postal Service prepares a bank of mailboxes Wednesday at a new Clark County housing development, the Meadows at 58th Street in the Minnehaha area. Clark County’s population growth cycle is continuing at a rate faster than the rest of the Portland metro area.

April 18, 2019, 6:00am Clark County News

Clark County continues growing, albeit at a slower clip than recent years. Between 2017 and 2018, the county’s population grew to 481,857 people — a 1.55 percent increase, according to newly released estimates from the U.S. Census Bureau. Read story

Brodie Riggan, 2, drinks juice under the watchful eye of his mother, Kayla Stotts, on Friday night. Her two youngest sons spend the weekdays in child care, and Stotts said she tries to focus on her kids in the evenings. “It’s hard, because they want my attention. They’ve been without mom all day,” she said.

In Clark County, single moms earn about half what single dads make

Brodie Riggan, 2, drinks juice under the watchful eye of his mother, Kayla Stotts, on Friday night. Her two youngest sons spend the weekdays in child care, and Stotts said she tries to focus on her kids in the evenings. “It’s hard, because they want my attention. They’ve been without mom all day,” she said.

December 27, 2018, 5:59am Clark County News

When Kayla Stotts and her ex separated last year, the mother of three boys overhauled her life, seemingly overnight. Read story

A housing development in Felida still had room for growth in 2017. Clark County’s housing market remained strong in 2017.

Clark County outpaces Multnomah County for new residents

A housing development in Felida still had room for growth in 2017. Clark County’s housing market remained strong in 2017.

March 22, 2018, 6:01am Clark County News

As a suburb, Clark County is typically inferior to that big city across the Columbia River — at least numerically. We’ve got fewer people, fewer jobs, fewer vegan restaurants, fewer lines in front of those restaurants and no claim to fame for our naked bike rides or monstrous bookstores. Read story

New homes under construction are seen in May near Woodburn Elementary School in Camas. The city gained about 600 residents from April 2015 to April 2016.

Newcomers flock to Clark County

New homes under construction are seen in May near Woodburn Elementary School in Camas. The city gained about 600 residents from April 2015 to April 2016.

June 30, 2016, 6:39pm Clark County News

Clark County’s population grew to 461,010 this year and continues to grow, primarily because people are moving here. Updated with interactive. Read story

Lake Shore Elementary School third-grader Madison Nguyen, 9, center, honors the country of Vietnam while leading classmates along the parade route  May 27 at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

Clark County grows increasingly diverse

Lake Shore Elementary School third-grader Madison Nguyen, 9, center, honors the country of Vietnam while leading classmates along the parade route  May 27 at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

June 22, 2016, 9:01pm Clark County News

Clark County is the most rapidly diversifying county in the Portland metropolitan area, thanks primarily to its youngest residents. Read story

Aerial view of housing in Vancouver.

Clark County population climbs 8% from 2010-’15

Aerial view of housing in Vancouver.

March 24, 2016, 6:00am Clark County News

Clark County's estimated population has risen to 459,495 residents, as growth resumes in the area. Between 2014 and 2015, the county grew by 2 percent, netting 9,054 new people, according to data released from the Census Bureau. Read story

Traffic flows north on Interstate 5 during afternoon rush hour earlier this year.

Census data give a detailed picture of Clark County’s commuting landscape

Traffic flows north on Interstate 5 during afternoon rush hour earlier this year.

March 17, 2013, 5:00pm Clark County News

For most long-distance commuters, spending hours in the car battling traffic each week causes stress. Read story

Clark County population sees slight increase

March 14, 2013, 5:00pm Clark County News

Clark was the sixth fastest growing county in Washington state last year, according to an estimate released by the U.S. Census Bureau on Thursday. Read story

Median income plummets in the West

September 11, 2012, 5:00pm Clark County News

The West's median income declined by 4.1 percent in 2011, a greater loss than anywhere else in the nation. Read story

Portland-Vancouver low on housing segregation list

July 31, 2012, 5:00pm Clark County News

With a higher percentage of mixed-income housing, the Portland-Vancouver-Hillsboro metropolitan area ranks No. 29 in housing segregation by income out of 30 of the nation's largest metro areas, according to a study released Wednesday by the Pew Research Center. Read story