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U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, second from right, joins Dannie Nordsiden of Clark College, right, on a tour of the auto shop as students work nearby Friday afternoon. The tour also included a visit to the diesel instruction area and the welding instruction area.

Perez cheers on Clark College ‘home team’ during tour of automotive department

U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, second from right, joins Dannie Nordsiden of Clark College, right, on a tour of the auto shop as students work nearby Friday afternoon. The tour also included a visit to the diesel instruction area and the welding instruction area.

May 5, 2023, 6:50pm Clark County News

Rarely since her appointment to the U.S. House of Representatives has Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania, had a chance to feel as comfortable on the job as she did Friday. Read story

Clark College baseball players Justin Willis, left, and Nolan Hines have both signed to play at four-year colleges next season. Playing collegiate baseball in the United States was a long-held goal for the two Canadian players.

Canadians Willis, Hines make most of Clark baseball experience

Clark College baseball players Justin Willis, left, and Nolan Hines have both signed to play at four-year colleges next season. Playing collegiate baseball in the United States was a long-held goal for the two Canadian players.

May 5, 2023, 6:05am College

Long before they had their sights set on playing collegiate baseball in the United States, Justin Willis and Nolan Hines grew up with the sport they and their peers loved. Read story

Culinary school students walk to class on Sept. 19 outside of Gaiser Hall during the first day of classes at Clark College.

Clark College’s proposed cuts drawing backlash

Culinary school students walk to class on Sept. 19 outside of Gaiser Hall during the first day of classes at Clark College.

April 30, 2023, 6:06am Business

Proposed budget cuts are rarely met with anything other than frustration and disdain. Read story

Members of the Clark College Japanese Club greet the audience while taking part in a fashion show during the annual Sakura Festival on Thursday afternoon. More than 30 years ago, the city of Vancouver received a gift of friendship: 100 Shirofugen cherry trees, commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Washington's statehood.

Sakura Festival celebrates blossoms, Vancouver connection to Japan

Members of the Clark College Japanese Club greet the audience while taking part in a fashion show during the annual Sakura Festival on Thursday afternoon. More than 30 years ago, the city of Vancouver received a gift of friendship: 100 Shirofugen cherry trees, commemorating the 100th Anniversary of Washington's statehood.

April 20, 2023, 7:47pm Clark County News

Joyo, Japan, is a small city on the outskirts of Kyoto 5,000 miles from Vancouver. But each spring, Clark College’s Sakura Festival plays a part in making that distance feel smaller. Read story

Vietnam veteran Patrick Locke, left, hands out commemorative pins and papers to other veterans before the Witness Tree dedication at Clark College.

Clark College event honors those who served in Vietnam

Vietnam veteran Patrick Locke, left, hands out commemorative pins and papers to other veterans before the Witness Tree dedication at Clark College.

March 29, 2023, 6:48pm Clark County News

Patrick Locke knows the horrors of war. The Army veteran served two tours in Vietnam, during which he was shot three times. On Wednesday morning, he had one message for the Vietnam War veterans sitting in a room at Clark College: We are still healing. Read story

Event at Clark College to commemorate 50 years since Vietnam

March 22, 2023, 6:02am Clark County News

The Community Military Appreciation Committee is hosting an event on March 29 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the end of U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War. Read story

Programs like ChatGPT quickly process large amounts of data and are getting better at matching writing styles.

Vancouver businesses, schools embrace artificial intelligence technology

Programs like ChatGPT quickly process large amounts of data and are getting better at matching writing styles.

March 8, 2023, 6:05am Business

Some Vancouver businesses, schools using artificial intelligence technology but caution against too much reliance Read story

A Western bumble bee, as seen here, was one of the most popular bees along the West Coast but has substantially decreased since the 1990s, according to the Xerces Society.

Clark College abuzz over bee buffet

A Western bumble bee, as seen here, was one of the most popular bees along the West Coast but has substantially decreased since the 1990s, according to the Xerces Society.

February 27, 2023, 6:06am Clark County News

Steve Clark’s movements appeared to vibrate an endless amount of energy and delight – sort of like the bees he’s attempting to draw to Clark College’s lawns. Read story

David Shaw of Deep Timber Sounds blows into a Dominator bugle elk call at the Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show at the Portland Expo Center, Wednesday February 8, 2017.
People walk through Gaiser Hall on the first day of classes at Clark College in September.

Clark College seeks support to add computer science bachelor’s degree

People walk through Gaiser Hall on the first day of classes at Clark College in September.

February 4, 2023, 6:09am Clark County News

Representatives from Clark College delivered a statement of need for a bachelor’s degree program in computer science to the Washington State Board of Community and Technical Colleges Wednesday morning. Read story