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Ted Schatz of Vancouver cruises on a race style stand-up paddleboard at Vancouver Lake on Wednesday morning. The Clark County Council on Tuesday approved a new contract for Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership&rsquo;s education programs at the popular recreation area.

Clark County Council OKs Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership’s education program at Vancouver Lake

Ted Schatz of Vancouver cruises on a race style stand-up paddleboard at Vancouver Lake on Wednesday morning. The Clark County Council on Tuesday approved a new contract for Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership&rsquo;s education programs at the popular recreation area.

February 8, 2024, 6:06am Clark County News

Clark County students and residents will continue to have access to Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership’s education program for Vancouver Lake now that the county council has approved a 2½-year agreement. The council approved the contract, valued at $175,000, during its regular meeting Tuesday. Read story

Rebound Orthopedics and Neurosurgery external systems have been shut down since Monday, according to a customer service representative.

Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery’s customer systems down; health care provider won’t confirm if cyberattack occurred

Rebound Orthopedics and Neurosurgery external systems have been shut down since Monday, according to a customer service representative.

February 7, 2024, 6:54pm Business

Rebound Orthopedics & Neurosurgery would not confirm reports it had been hit by a cyberattack over the weekend, but all external computer systems have been shut down since Monday. As of Wednesday afternoon, patient and scheduling portals remained unavailable. Read story

Pocket Guides to living on the streets of Vancouver sit fanned out. The books, which Lois Smith began handing out in 2017, provide tips and key resource contact information for those living outside.

Weather-proof, pocket-sized guides link homeless people in Clark County with important resources

Pocket Guides to living on the streets of Vancouver sit fanned out. The books, which Lois Smith began handing out in 2017, provide tips and key resource contact information for those living outside.

February 7, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

On Valentine’s Day in 2017, an idea struck Lois Smith as she drove home from a volunteer shift with Friends of the Carpenter. Read story

Robert Pinedo, who lives and works in Vancouver, strolls past the Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater during his lunch break. The Archdiocese of Seattle announced its final plans to consolidate its 136 parishes into just 60 parish families.

3 ‘parish families’ ahead: Catholic parishes in Clark County revamped in Seattle archdiocese plan

Robert Pinedo, who lives and works in Vancouver, strolls past the Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater during his lunch break. The Archdiocese of Seattle announced its final plans to consolidate its 136 parishes into just 60 parish families.

February 7, 2024, 6:06am Churches & Religion

Local Catholic churches have fewer engaged parishioners, a shortage of priests, dwindling finances and deteriorating campuses, leading the Archdiocese of Seattle to consolidate 136 parishes into 60. Read story

Clark County Planning Commission members selected

February 6, 2024, 6:07am Clark County News

The Clark County Planning Commission will welcome two new members, as well as the return of another. Current commission member Bryan Halbert is back for another term, to be joined by Jeremy Baker of Vancouver and Mark Bergthold of Woodland. Read story

Vancouver resident Libby Wymore is among one of the advocates who traveled to Olympia Monday morning to ask for support of House Bill 1450. Wymore was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma when she was 20 and went into remission a year after.

Vancouver woman among advocates who urge lawmakers to support House Bill 1450 to expand insurance coverage for biomarker testing for cancer patients

Vancouver resident Libby Wymore is among one of the advocates who traveled to Olympia Monday morning to ask for support of House Bill 1450. Wymore was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma when she was 20 and went into remission a year after.

February 5, 2024, 5:51pm Clark County Health

Cancer patients, survivors and their families from the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network traveled to Olympia Monday morning to urge lawmakers to endorse House Bill 1450, which would expand insurance coverage for biomarker testing throughout the state. Read story

Clark County Business Briefing

February 3, 2024, 5:58am Business Briefs

The ADU Foundation, which works for housing stability and promoting generational wealth and equity through homeownership, recently added four volunteer directors: Read story

Parts of Daybreak Regional Park closed due to erosion, loss of trees on bank of East Fork Lewis River

February 3, 2024, 5:55am Clark County News

Clark County Public Works closed areas of Daybreak Regional Park due to significant erosion and loss of bank-stabilizing trees on the riverbank of the East Fork Lewis River. Read story

Daybreak Youth Services is pictured in Brush Prairie in 2019. It's now closed.

OHSU study co-authored by Vancouver addiction specialist finds addiction treatment scarce for teenagers in Washington, around U.S.

Daybreak Youth Services is pictured in Brush Prairie in 2019. It's now closed.

February 2, 2024, 6:07am Clark County Health

A study published by Oregon Health & Science University in January found that access to residential addiction treatment for teens in the United States is scarce and expensive. Read story

Construction was in progress this summer on The Broadstone Apartments at the Vancouver waterfront. A recent Harvard University study found that half of renters locally and nationwide spend more than 30 percent of their income on rent and utilities; 25 percent of Vancouver tenants spend more than half their income on rent.

High rents have tenants on edge: 25% of Vancouver renters spend more than half their income on rent

Construction was in progress this summer on The Broadstone Apartments at the Vancouver waterfront. A recent Harvard University study found that half of renters locally and nationwide spend more than 30 percent of their income on rent and utilities; 25 percent of Vancouver tenants spend more than half their income on rent.

February 2, 2024, 6:03am Clark County News

Bonnie Waser’s green Chevrolet Malibu sits in front of her mobile home in Vancouver. The 62-year-old can only put a bit of gas into the car at a time. This is just one of the ways she has had to get by since her latest rent increase. She’s among the… Read story