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Government files motion to dismiss John Bishop’s appeal

September 3, 2019, 5:15pm Churches & Religion

Can plastic and other materials used to wrap 105 packages of marijuana weigh more than 60 pounds? Former Living Hope Church pastor John Bishop apparently thinks so, and is using that as his argument to appeal his federal prison sentence. Read story

Missing Hudson’s Bay student found by police

September 2, 2019, 8:45am Clark County News

Elishah Saheb has been located safe by Vancouver Police Department missing-persons detectives. No other information has been made available by police.  Read story

PeaceHealth awards scholarships

August 31, 2019, 5:15am Community

NORTH GARRISON HEIGHTS — Volunteers and caregivers of PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center were on the receiving end of $33,000 in scholarships awarded by the hospital’s foundation. Read story

100 Women Who Care donate to Police Activities League

August 31, 2019, 5:14am Community

Hudson’s Bay — The Police Activities League of Southwest Washington received an $18,000 donation from 100 Women Who Care Southwest Washington, a giving group that meets quarterly to hear about the work of three local charities. Read story

Fire damages outbuilding in Vancouver

August 29, 2019, 10:13am Clark County News

A fire damaged an outbuilding at a home in Vancouver’s Northwood neighborhood Thursday morning, according to emergency radio traffic monitored at The Columbian. Read story

Students, parents tour rebuilt Peter S. Ogden Elementary

August 26, 2019, 9:24pm Clark County News

There’s a particular newness that comes with back-to-school season — new teachers, new school supplies, new clothes. Read story

Clark Asks: What is the future of Water Works Park in Vancouver?

August 26, 2019, 6:00am Clark County News

Columbian reader Sara Morse wants to know what’s up at Water Works Park, a recreational site in central Vancouver that doubles as one of the city’s oldest and most critical pieces of infrastructure in Water Station 1. Read story

Safe at home: Educating Vancouver residents about fire prevention

August 24, 2019, 6:00am Clark County Life

Paula Person, a Vancouver Fire Corps volunteer, was going door to door distributing fire prevention education materials when she came upon a troubling sight. The exterior of a home she was visiting was littered with cigarette butts. Read story

Children, young adults perform talent show to mark end of 5-week day camp

August 24, 2019, 5:57am Community

VANCOUVER HEIGHTS — Campers age 13 to 30 celebrated the end of their five-week stay with Vancouver Parks and Recreation’s Access to Recreation Day Camp with a talent show at Lieser School. They marched onto the stage singing “You’re a Grand Old Flag” and performed other songs and dances. The camp offers opportunities for children and young adults with mental or physical disabilities. At the talent show, campers in wheelchairs… Read story

Food & Drink: Rally Pizza rallying for local farmers

August 23, 2019, 6:02am Clark County Life

Rally Pizza has quietly created close relationships with small local farms to fill its menu of salads, appetizers, pizzas, cocktails and frozen custard desserts. This summer and fall for several weekends, the owner and chef, Alan Maniscalco, and his wife, co-owner and pastry chef, Shan Wickham, give props to the local farmers who grow the produce that graces the Rally Pizza menu. Read story