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Clark College Foundation recognized for fundraising efforts

July 11, 2020, 6:02am Community

CENTRAL VANCOUVER — The Clark College Foundation, the self-governed nonprofit organization that assists the college through philanthropy, was recently recognized with two awards for its fundraising accomplishments during 2019. Read story

Janessa Stoltz has a flower business in Acorn & The Oak, which is a supper club in the evenings.

Restaurant owners persisting through pandemic

Janessa Stoltz has a flower business in Acorn & The Oak, which is a supper club in the evenings.

July 9, 2020, 6:06am Clark County Life

Launching a restaurant right now feels like playing a dystopian Food Network game called “Pandemic Restaurant Opening,” in which the rules constantly change and things that you need, like takeout containers or bacon, suddenly disappear. Despite these complications, several couples have recently opened food businesses in Clark County. Read story

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ICE order for international students raises alarm at Clark College

Clark College in Vancouver.

July 9, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

International students whose colleges are holding classes online-only this fall must either leave the country or face deportation, Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday. Read story

Car club visits Vancouver Specialty and Rehabilitative Care

July 4, 2020, 6:03am Clark County Health

NORTH GARRISON HEIGHTS — Eight car owners with Rose City Classics car club participated in a parade for Vancouver Specialty and Rehabilitative Care, 1015 N. Garrison Road, Vancouver. The facility specializes in short-term skilled patient needs. Read story

Letter carriers donate $10,000 to Clark County Food Bank

July 4, 2020, 6:02am Community

MINNEHAHA — The National Association of Letter Carriers Local Branch 1104 weren’t able to hold their usual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive this year, usually held on the second Saturday in May, due to COVID-19, but they were still able to make a $10,000 donation from their general fund. Read story

Brittnee Klinger, the new head baker and manager at Rosycakes in Vancouver, appeared on the June 15 episode of the Food Network show "Big Time Bake." (Photos Contributed by Brittnee Klinger)

New head baker of Vancouver’s Rosycakes brings bit of Vegas to creations

Brittnee Klinger, the new head baker and manager at Rosycakes in Vancouver, appeared on the June 15 episode of the Food Network show "Big Time Bake." (Photos Contributed by Brittnee Klinger)

July 3, 2020, 6:01am Business

Brittnee Klinger, the new head baker and manager of Rosycakes, brings a bit of the sparkle, glam and decadence of her hometown of Las Vegas to Vancouver. Read story

OGDEN: National tire distributor TireHub recently donated 70 sets of tires to essential workers throughout the nation via a program called Helping Hoops. Audrey Frasier, right, pictured with her husband, Skylar Frasier, was the Vancouver-based recipient of a set of Toyo tires at Dick Hannah Honda, 3321 N.E.

Former nurse gets free tires

OGDEN: National tire distributor TireHub recently donated 70 sets of tires to essential workers throughout the nation via a program called Helping Hoops. Audrey Frasier, right, pictured with her husband, Skylar Frasier, was the Vancouver-based recipient of a set of Toyo tires at Dick Hannah Honda, 3321 N.E.

June 27, 2020, 5:11am Community

OGDEN — National tire distributor TireHub recently donated 70 sets of tires to essential workers throughout the nation via a program called Helping Hoops. Read story

A garbage truck that had caught fire sits on the side of state Highway 500 offramp near Vancouver Mall on Monday morning.

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A garbage truck that had caught fire sits on the side of state Highway 500 offramp near Vancouver Mall on Monday morning.

June 24, 2020, 5:11pm Clark County News

A garbage truck fire Monday morning on state Highway 500 in Vancouver was caused by cardboard lodged between the truck’s cab and body, according to the Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office. Read story

A garbage truck that had caught fire sits on the side of state Highway 500 offramp near Vancouver Mall on Monday morning.

Garbage truck fire prompts SR500 ramp closure in Vancouver

A garbage truck that had caught fire sits on the side of state Highway 500 offramp near Vancouver Mall on Monday morning.

June 22, 2020, 9:55am Clark County News

A garbage truck fire prompted the closure of the westbound Thurston Way offramp on state Highway 500 in Vancouver for several hours on Monday. Read story

Evergreen Education Association donates to community groups

June 20, 2020, 6:05am Community

CENTRAL VANCOUVER — Members from the Evergreen Education Association recently donated to local community organizations in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read story