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Members of the grounds crew work in 2008 in preparation for the second round of the Royal Oaks Invitational.

Royal Oaks Country Club wins in court; Vancouver golf cub wanted initiation fees wholly deductible

Members of the grounds crew work in 2008 in preparation for the second round of the Royal Oaks Invitational.

January 13, 2024, 6:08am Business

Royal Oaks Country Club initiation fees can be wholly deducted from the state’s business and occupation tax, the Washington Supreme Court unanimously affirmed Thursday. Read story

Police lights flash on the roof of a Vancouver police vehicle.

Clark County Medical Examiner identifies Vancouver man as victim in Saturday shooting in Maplewood neighborhood

Police lights flash on the roof of a Vancouver police vehicle.

January 9, 2024, 5:33pm Clark County News

The Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office identified a 22-year-old Vancouver man as the person killed in a Saturday morning shooting in the Maplewood neighborhood. Read story

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center renames education center

January 6, 2024, 5:24am Community

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center recently honored Julie and Bill Reiersgaard and their family for their generous donation of $5 million. The money will pay for caregiver education and equipment. Read story

The five foundresses of the Sisters of Providence Northwest mission in Washington Territory. Front row: Sister Praxedes of Providence, Mother Joseph of the Sacred Heart, Sister Mary of the Precious Blood. Back row, Sister Vincent de Paul, Sister Blandine of the Holy Angels.

Sisters of Providence’s holy ground: Mother Joseph Catholic Cemetery of Vancouver final resting place for pioneering religious women

The five foundresses of the Sisters of Providence Northwest mission in Washington Territory. Front row: Sister Praxedes of Providence, Mother Joseph of the Sacred Heart, Sister Mary of the Precious Blood. Back row, Sister Vincent de Paul, Sister Blandine of the Holy Angels.

January 3, 2024, 6:06am Churches & Religion

Tucked away behind Vancouver Barracks National Cemetery lies another cemetery nearly as old. In it lies the remains, not of soldiers but of pioneering women, such as Mother Joseph of the Sacred Heart, who brought their Catholic faith and personal grit to Southwest Washington, influencing the greater Pacific Northwest region… Read story

Passenger Timothy Sadlier II is prepared for the elements as he boards a C-Tran Red Vine bus at Turtle Place Station.

Passengers of C-Tran’s The Vine on Mill Plain adjust to new route

Passenger Timothy Sadlier II is prepared for the elements as he boards a C-Tran Red Vine bus at Turtle Place Station.

January 2, 2024, 6:08am Business

Wearing a rain poncho, colored holiday lights and a wooden crucifix necklace, Timothy Sadlier II boarded the new Vine on Mill Plain on a recent rainy morning. Read story

Pepper Parker, a 19-year employee of Vintage Books, shows off a 1928 set of &ldquo;History of the Columbia River Valley: from The Dalles to the Sea&rdquo; at the shop in Vancouver.

Vintage Books: After nearly 50 years, Vancouver mainstay remains charming, eclectic

Pepper Parker, a 19-year employee of Vintage Books, shows off a 1928 set of &ldquo;History of the Columbia River Valley: from The Dalles to the Sea&rdquo; at the shop in Vancouver.

January 2, 2024, 6:07am Business

Towering wooden shelves create a maze at Vintage Books in Vancouver. Read story

Come rain or shine, volunteer Martin Jacobsen comes to Park Hill Cemetery to clear weeds, grass and mud from headstones. Jacobsen is one of two volunteers who have been helping to keep Park Hill Cemetery&rsquo;s grounds neat and clean. At top, volunteer Ngoc Birrer keeps a grave in shape while working at Park Hill Cemetery on Dec. 21.

Volunteers keep Park Hill Cemetery in central Vancouver groomed

Come rain or shine, volunteer Martin Jacobsen comes to Park Hill Cemetery to clear weeds, grass and mud from headstones. Jacobsen is one of two volunteers who have been helping to keep Park Hill Cemetery&rsquo;s grounds neat and clean. At top, volunteer Ngoc Birrer keeps a grave in shape while working at Park Hill Cemetery on Dec. 21.

December 29, 2023, 6:05am Clark County News

Vancouver resident Martin Jacobsen likes getting his hands dirty. Nearly every day for the past 10 years, Jacobsen has come to Park Hill Cemetery in central Vancouver to pull weeds and trim back the grass, often by hand, growing over the headstones and markers. Read story

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center CEO Gregory resigns

December 29, 2023, 5:55am Business

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center CEO Sean Gregory has resigned after seven years in the role. Read story

Construction on state Highway 14 between Interstate 205 and 164th Avenue will pause for the winter.

WSDOT pauses state Highway 14 construction for winter, expects to wrap up $28 million project in summer

Construction on state Highway 14 between Interstate 205 and 164th Avenue will pause for the winter.

December 27, 2023, 6:08am Business

The Washington State Department of Transportation last week halted construction on state Highway 14 between Interstate 205 and Southeast 164th Avenue in Vancouver for the winter but will resume this spring. Read story

Billy Albertson begins to prepare a latte while working at The Verdict, the deli and cafe at the Clark County Courthouse in downtown Vancouver. Albertson is visually impaired and explained the techniques he&rsquo;s used to operate the cafe for nearly seven years.

Clark County Courthouse cafe The Verdict keeps it consistent

Billy Albertson begins to prepare a latte while working at The Verdict, the deli and cafe at the Clark County Courthouse in downtown Vancouver. Albertson is visually impaired and explained the techniques he&rsquo;s used to operate the cafe for nearly seven years.

December 27, 2023, 6:06am Business

When Billy Albertson made a latte on a recent Monday morning at the Clark County Courthouse’s first-floor cafe, The Verdict, he started by reaching for a 12-ounce cup, which he knew to be in the stack on the farthest left on top of the espresso machine. Read story