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Clark County elections worker Greg Talbert loads ballots into a ballot bag Nov. 8 at Fisher's Landing Transit Center.

Joe Kent sees ballot curing as remedy for lost seat

Clark County elections worker Greg Talbert loads ballots into a ballot bag Nov. 8 at Fisher's Landing Transit Center.

November 15, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

A little-known part of the elections process — ballot curing — landed in the spotlight this weekend after 3rd Congressional District candidate Joe Kent urged his supporters not to lose hope that he could still beat Democratic candidate Marie Gluesenkamp Perez. Read story

Clark County seeks business to clean catch basins

November 15, 2022, 6:04am Business

Clark County Public Works is seeking quotes from businesses that can clean privately owned stormwater catch basins as part of the Catch Basin Cleanout Program. Read story

Pipes sit on a trailer waiting to be unloaded and installed as part of the Willamette Water Supply Program, which will add a new water filtration plant and more than 30 miles of pipeline to accommodate future population growth in Washington County, Ore.

Quarterly reports for publicly traded Clark County companies mostly good news

Pipes sit on a trailer waiting to be unloaded and installed as part of the Willamette Water Supply Program, which will add a new water filtration plant and more than 30 miles of pipeline to accommodate future population growth in Washington County, Ore.

November 15, 2022, 6:01am Business

Early November means quarterly reporting time for publicly traded companies. For the companies based locally, there was growth for some while others reported operating losses and declines in revenue. Read story

Joseph Fowler, right, is one of roughly 65,000 Clark County workers who commute to Portland. But unlike most of them, he rides public transportation.  At top, a C-Tran bus stops at the Fisher's Landing Transit Center before taking commuters to the Parkrose/Sumner transit center in Portland so they can board a MAX light rail train.

The rail world: MAX offers cheap, quick commute for Clark County, Portland residents

Joseph Fowler, right, is one of roughly 65,000 Clark County workers who commute to Portland. But unlike most of them, he rides public transportation.  At top, a C-Tran bus stops at the Fisher's Landing Transit Center before taking commuters to the Parkrose/Sumner transit center in Portland so they can board a MAX light rail train.

November 13, 2022, 6:02am Business

As Joseph Fowler boarded the MAX light rail on his way to work one October morning, he found a seat near an exit door. There were about 30 people aboard, mostly commuters and tired travelers headed to downtown Portland from the airport. You could notice the quiet of the early… Read story

Karen Beall of Ridgefield, left, chats in the art therapy room with Sue Hammann of Vancouver as Catherine Cotton, also of Vancouver, and art therapist Margaret Hartsook talk during a tour of the new Cancer Healing Center at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center.

Legacy Salmon Creek aims to heal the soul amid cancer

Karen Beall of Ridgefield, left, chats in the art therapy room with Sue Hammann of Vancouver as Catherine Cotton, also of Vancouver, and art therapist Margaret Hartsook talk during a tour of the new Cancer Healing Center at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center.

November 12, 2022, 6:00am Clark County Health

Legacy Salmon Creek opened the doors to its new Cancer Healing Center this spring, providing a space that offers holistic healing for people with a cancer diagnosis. Read story

Windermere Northwest Living hosted its 10th annual Children's Justice Center Gala Auction in October.

Annual Windermere gala raises $286,000 for Clark County child abuse victims

Windermere Northwest Living hosted its 10th annual Children's Justice Center Gala Auction in October.

November 12, 2022, 5:06am Community

Windermere Northwest Living hosted its 10th annual Children’s Justice Center Gala Auction in October, a charitable tradition that the real estate company was excited to return to after the pandemic. The fundraiser brings together real estate brokers, clients, community business leaders, and affiliates for an evening that included mystery boxes,… Read story

An artist's rendition of skyjacker D.B. Cooper, left, and a photo from the 1990s of Vince Petersen.

Week ahead of Vancouver’s CooperCon, new D.B. Cooper suspect emerges

An artist's rendition of skyjacker D.B. Cooper, left, and a photo from the 1990s of Vince Petersen.

November 11, 2022, 4:55pm Clark County News

Nearly 51 years after D.B. Cooper skyjacked a Boeing 727, parachuting out with $200,000 in ransom money, Cooper researcher and investigator Eric Ulis has identified a new suspect based on particles analyzed from Cooper’s tie: Vince Petersen. Read story

Children’s Justice Center Gala Auction nets $286K for child abuse victims

November 11, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

Attendees at the Windermere Northwest Living 10th annual Children’s Justice Center Gala Auction in October raised more than $286,000 for victims of child abuse in Clark County. Read story

Applicants sought for Clark County railroad board

November 11, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

The Clark County Council is seeking volunteers to fill seven seats on a 15-person board that advises the county on matters related to the Chelatchie Prairie Railroad. Read story

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Clark County COVID-19 activity ticks up

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November 10, 2022, 2:02pm Clark County Health

Clark County’s rate of COVID-19 infections rose slightly this week, for the second week in a row. The county remains in the low-risk category for disease transmission, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, based on its current number of cases, hospitalizations and overall hospital occupancy. Read story