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Alumni group holds hygiene, toilet paper drive

November 7, 2020, 5:42am Community

MEADOW HOMES — Fort Vancouver High School alumni group Trappers4Trappers recently “TP’d the Fort,” or rather, held a hygiene and toilet paper drive for the Family Community Resource Center on Monday. Read story

nLIGHT posts high-revenue third quarter

November 6, 2020, 6:01am Business

Vancouver-based industrial laser manufacturer nLIGHT released its third-quarter results Thursday, posting revenues of $61.7 million -- a 40.9 percent year-over-year increase -- and a gross margin of 27.8 percent. Read story

Abigail Pine, 7, screams in excitement as she sees costumed characters and goodie bags ahead of her during the fourth annual Booville, a drive-thru Halloween event put on by the Parks Foundation of Clark County at Vancouver Mall on Saturday. Abigail dressed as a kitten.

Booville at Vancouver Mall gives kids a safe, drive-thru Halloween experience

Abigail Pine, 7, screams in excitement as she sees costumed characters and goodie bags ahead of her during the fourth annual Booville, a drive-thru Halloween event put on by the Parks Foundation of Clark County at Vancouver Mall on Saturday. Abigail dressed as a kitten.

October 31, 2020, 6:23pm Clark County News

There were big smiles and screams of excitement Saturday at the fourth annual Booville, intended this year as a pandemic-safe, drive-thru Halloween event hosted by the Parks Foundation of Clark County. Read story

Vancouver Heights construction project will add new water main

October 31, 2020, 6:01am Clark County News

Construction has begun on a project to install a new water transmission main extending two miles east from Vancouver’s Water Station 5. Read story

Faith leaders in Clark County call for hope, peace on Nov. 3

October 29, 2020, 6:01am Churches & Religion

Interfaith leaders are calling on the community to call for hope and peace on the eve of Election Day. Read story

Vancouver police investigate Monday night shooting in central Vancouver

October 27, 2020, 11:06am Clark County News

The Vancouver Police Department is investigating a shooting in which a man was wounded Monday night in central Vancouver. Read story

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Pedestrian killed trying to cross Vancouver freeway

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October 13, 2020, 12:20pm Clark County News

A pedestrian who was struck and killed late Monday, while trying to cross state Highway 500 near Northeast Thurston Way, was being sought by police for an incident at Vancouver Mall. Read story

Lylah Bloom, 6, plays outside during the after-school program at Firstenburg Community Center in Vancouver. Below, Cash Mendoza, 6, sports a cat mask at the after-school program at Firstenburg Community Center in Vancouver.

Vancouver Parks and Recreation after-school program popular

Lylah Bloom, 6, plays outside during the after-school program at Firstenburg Community Center in Vancouver. Below, Cash Mendoza, 6, sports a cat mask at the after-school program at Firstenburg Community Center in Vancouver.

October 13, 2020, 6:04am Clark County Health

When Vancouver Parks and Recreation staff announced they were opening their doors for after-school activities, they knew families would jump at the chance. They didn’t know quite how high demand would be. Read story

Police work at Parc Central Apartments in Vancouver's Rose Village neighborhood on Monday morning, Oct. 5, 2020.

Vancouver police identify two officers involved in fatal shooting

Police work at Parc Central Apartments in Vancouver's Rose Village neighborhood on Monday morning, Oct. 5, 2020.

October 9, 2020, 2:17pm Clark County News

The law enforcement agency leading an investigation into a Vancouver police shooting involving a domestic violence suspect has identified the two officers involved and placed on leave. Read story

Clark College faces significant enrollment declines and budget hits in response to the coronavirus pandemic. An outside firm has recommended outsourcing dozens of jobs in response.

Consultant recommends outsourcing dozens of Clark College jobs

Clark College faces significant enrollment declines and budget hits in response to the coronavirus pandemic. An outside firm has recommended outsourcing dozens of jobs in response.

October 1, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Classified employees at Clark College are raising the alarm after an outside consultant recommended outsourcing dozens of jobs to cut costs. Read story