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Police investigate the scene of a reported officer-involved shooting at the intersection of Fourth Plain Boulevard and Stapleton Road on Tuesday afternoon, April 28, 2020.

Man shot by Vancouver police confirmed dead

Police investigate the scene of a reported officer-involved shooting at the intersection of Fourth Plain Boulevard and Stapleton Road on Tuesday afternoon, April 28, 2020.

April 29, 2020, 12:30pm Clark County News

A man who was shot by Vancouver police Tuesday morning died from his injuries.  Read story

Police work at the scene of a reported officer-involved shooting at the intersection of Fourth Plain Boulevard and Stapleton Road on Tuesday afternoon, April 28, 2020.

Officer-involved shooting closes Fourth Plain in central Vancouver

Police work at the scene of a reported officer-involved shooting at the intersection of Fourth Plain Boulevard and Stapleton Road on Tuesday afternoon, April 28, 2020.

April 28, 2020, 3:30pm Clark County News

Three Vancouver police officers shot a man Tuesday morning while responding to an assault at Fourth Plain Boulevard and Stapleton Road in central Vancouver. Read story

Arson deemed cause of Vancouver house fire

April 27, 2020, 4:39pm Clark County News

A house fire early Sunday morning near David Douglas Park was intentionally set, according to the Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office. Read story

Library staff member Amanda Brown, left, prepares laptops in O'Connell Sports Center for student pickup at Clark College on Monday morning. The college moved almost all its classes online due to shutdown orders connected to the novel coronavirus.

Spring quarter at Clark College boots up in online-only mode

Library staff member Amanda Brown, left, prepares laptops in O'Connell Sports Center for student pickup at Clark College on Monday morning. The college moved almost all its classes online due to shutdown orders connected to the novel coronavirus.

April 20, 2020, 7:23pm Clark County News

Thousands of Clark College students are returning to class this week, two weeks later than normal and, for now, entirely online. Read story

Ramp stolen from portable classroom at Burton Elementary

April 20, 2020, 6:18pm Clark County News

A ramp was stolen from a Burton Elementary School portable classroom earlier this month. Read story

Drummer Daniel Gillespie, 15, and bagpiper Logan Gillespie, 12, perform a brief concert Wednesday for their Battle Ground neighbors. At far right across the street is Bev Lohrman, a night-shift nurse who cares for COVID-19 patients in the intensive care unit at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center. Every time the brothers play her late mother's favorite song, "Amazing Grace," Lohrman said she hears her mother reassuring her that everything will be OK.

Battle Ground brothers share the sound of Scotlandvideo icon

Drummer Daniel Gillespie, 15, and bagpiper Logan Gillespie, 12, perform a brief concert Wednesday for their Battle Ground neighbors. At far right across the street is Bev Lohrman, a night-shift nurse who cares for COVID-19 patients in the intensive care unit at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center. Every time the brothers play her late mother's favorite song, "Amazing Grace," Lohrman said she hears her mother reassuring her that everything will be OK.

April 16, 2020, 5:02pm Clark County Health

BATTLE GROUND — Registered nurse Bev Lohrman was understandably worried about her new assignment in the intensive care unit at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center. Read story

The Vancouver Police Department patch.

Domestic violence calls to Vancouver police up

The Vancouver Police Department patch.

April 14, 2020, 6:02am Clark County Health

Reports of domestic violence to the Vancouver Police Department started to climb in late February as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic began being felt locally. Read story

A 48-bed secure mental health facility may be built in the field next to Columbia River Mental Health Services in Vancouver's Bagley Downs neighborhood. The campus would consist of either two or three buildings.

DSHS proposes mental health facility in Vancouver’s Bagley Downs neighborhood

A 48-bed secure mental health facility may be built in the field next to Columbia River Mental Health Services in Vancouver's Bagley Downs neighborhood. The campus would consist of either two or three buildings.

April 13, 2020, 6:55pm Clark County Health

Vancouver could become the first city in the state to see a new mental health evaluation and treatment facility intended to treat patients in a more intimate setting closer to home. It’s part of the state’s shift toward regional mental health treatment centers and less reliance on Western State Hospital, a large psychiatric facility in Lakewood. Read story

CDM Caregiving Services receives COVID grant

April 11, 2020, 6:05am Clark County Health

MEADOW HOMES — Assisted living facility and nonprofit CDM Caregiving Services recently received a $40,000 grant from the Southwest Washington COVID Response Fund managed by the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington. Read story

VANCOUVER: Jeff Lightburn, left, and Tom Boardman, right, of the Fort Vancouver Sons of the American Revolution Chapter, present John Zingale his SAR History Teacher of the Year Certificate and $200 check.

Clark County history teachers win local award

VANCOUVER: Jeff Lightburn, left, and Tom Boardman, right, of the Fort Vancouver Sons of the American Revolution Chapter, present John Zingale his SAR History Teacher of the Year Certificate and $200 check.

April 11, 2020, 6:05am Community

CLARK COUNTY — Linda Korum, a teacher at Tukes Valley Middle School, Battle Ground, and John Zingale, a teacher at Vancouver iTech Preparatory, received the Dr. Tom and Betty Lawrence History Teacher of the Year Award by the local Fort Vancouver Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution. Read story