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Revised numbers show Clark County’s job losses not as bad as thought

November 24, 2020, 5:41pm Business

Clark County’s job losses incurred during the pandemic haven’t been as bad as previously thought, according to the Washington State Employment Security Department. Read story

Clark County merchants flip tactics to avoid holiday flop

November 22, 2020, 6:05am Business

Pam Edwards loves the hubbub of the holiday season, and a big part of that is strolling through stores decorated with the festive sights, sounds and smells of Christmas. Read story

Dale Meier, left, listens to instructions from event organizer Jeff Wills on Saturday afternoon on the Interstate 205 bike path off of Highway 14. Several people assisted in clearing the bike path of leaves, garbage and roots.

Cyclists clear leaves, debris from Vancouver starting point of I-205 bike path

Dale Meier, left, listens to instructions from event organizer Jeff Wills on Saturday afternoon on the Interstate 205 bike path off of Highway 14. Several people assisted in clearing the bike path of leaves, garbage and roots.

November 14, 2020, 5:27pm Clark County News

A squad of local cyclists gathered Saturday to clear leaves, garbage, dirt, ivy and moss from the northern starting point of the Interstate 205 bike path — a chore they’ve accepted regularly over the past 15 years. Read story

Clark County picnic shelter reservations on hold

November 13, 2020, 6:03am Clark County News

Picnic shelter reservations and use permits at Clark County parks will not be available until at least February. Read story

Crave Catering's nontraditional Thanksgiving offerings include a carmelized vegetable galette.

Thanksgiving takeout: The way to go in Clark County?

Crave Catering's nontraditional Thanksgiving offerings include a carmelized vegetable galette.

November 13, 2020, 6:00am Clark County Life

Last Thanksgiving, we passed platters of carved turkey, mashed potatoes, buttered rolls, green beans and pumpkin pie across tables crowded with family and friends. Read story

A for sale sign is posted outside a home on Northeast 133rd Way.

Mixed bag for Southwest Washington housing market

A for sale sign is posted outside a home on Northeast 133rd Way.

November 12, 2020, 6:04am Business

Southwest Washington’s housing market saw an influx of new listings in October, but it wasn’t enough to ease the region’s inventory shortage, which fell to what the Regional Multiple Listing Service described as the lowest level on record. Read story

Custom apparel firm leases space at Port of Vancouver

November 12, 2020, 6:02am Business

The Port of Vancouver has approved a five-year lease with Washougal-based Printforia Inc., a custom clothing provider that uses inkjet technology to print on cotton fabric. Read story

Nina Vallado, a 25-year-old Brazilian immigrant, voted for the first time this year after becoming an United States citizen. "It was a pretty surreal feeling, turning it into the ballot drop box," the Battle Ground resident said.

Clark County’s first-time voters strike new note for democracy

Nina Vallado, a 25-year-old Brazilian immigrant, voted for the first time this year after becoming an United States citizen. "It was a pretty surreal feeling, turning it into the ballot drop box," the Battle Ground resident said.

November 12, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Nina Vallado was among the thousands of Clark County voters to cast their ballot for the first time this year. Read story

The Clark County Public Service Center.

Clark County Charter Review Commissioner: Nonpartisan council positions get a look

The Clark County Public Service Center.

November 11, 2020, 6:35pm Clark County News

A majority of the newly elected Clark County Charter Review commissioners have expressed an interest in making county council positions nonpartisan. Read story

Diana Finn spreads a quilt over her sleeping mat at the Winter Hospitality Overflow shelter at St. Andrew Lutheran Church in Orchards on Monday.

Clark County’s winter shelters perform double duty during pandemic

Diana Finn spreads a quilt over her sleeping mat at the Winter Hospitality Overflow shelter at St. Andrew Lutheran Church in Orchards on Monday.

November 8, 2020, 6:02am Churches & Religion

Those who are homeless as the weather turns cold and wet this year confront a tough choice. Staying outside is dangerous — already this year; a man in his 70s died of hypothermia — but seeking shelter means risking exposure to a potentially deadly virus. Read story