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Washington Healthplanfinder open enrollment begins

November 2, 2022, 6:01am Clark County Health

Washingtonians seeking a health plan for 2023 can now shop and compare plans as the annual open enrollment period for new and existing Washington Healthplanfinder customers began Tuesday. Read story

Clark County Elections Office is gearing up for the upcoming election, as seen on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 20, 2022.

Clark County Elections staff say 10.61% of ballots returned

Clark County Elections Office is gearing up for the upcoming election, as seen on Thursday afternoon, Oct. 20, 2022.

October 30, 2022, 6:00am Clark County News

Staff at the Clark County Elections office are already busy processing ballots for the Nov. 8 general election. County Auditor Greg Kimsey said his office received more than 34,500 ballots as of Friday, accounting for 10.61 percent of the county’s 325,987 eligible voters. Read story

The Nakia Creek Fire burns on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022, near Larch Mountain. The fire grew to 250 acres as of Tuesday morning.

3 homes in Nakia Creek Fire evacuation zone reported burglaries

The Nakia Creek Fire burns on Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2022, near Larch Mountain. The fire grew to 250 acres as of Tuesday morning.

October 27, 2022, 4:23pm Clark County News

Residents from three homes reported burglaries, and there were two online reports of area property theft in evacuation zones for the Nakia Creek Fire. Read story

"Even though this is such a silly project, I wanted to go (to the Sandy Swimming Hole in Washougal) because it connects me with my roots," said Brad Richardson, executive director of the Clark County Historical Museum.

Swimming in history: Clark County lads pout, pose, preen for fun and (non)profit

"Even though this is such a silly project, I wanted to go (to the Sandy Swimming Hole in Washougal) because it connects me with my roots," said Brad Richardson, executive director of the Clark County Historical Museum.

October 27, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Life

The frigid water at Washougal’s Sandy swimming hole was no deterrence for Brad Richardson. Just check out the sassy pose and seductive pout on Clark County’s premiere history hunk. Read story

Paul Anka will perform at ilani Feb. 26.

Paul Anka to perform his classic hits at ilani

Paul Anka will perform at ilani Feb. 26.

October 27, 2022, 6:00am Clark County Life

Beloved singer Paul Anka brings his “Greatest Hits His Way” show to ilani’s Cowlitz Ballroom at 7 p.m. Feb. 26. Tickets for the show are $39 and $59 and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday on ilaniresort.com and Ticketmaster.com. Read story

Republican candidate for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District Joe Kent, left, answers a question on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022, during a debate at the Vancouver Community Library.

Joe Kent’s employment comes under scrutiny

Republican candidate for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District Joe Kent, left, answers a question on Saturday, Oct. 15, 2022, during a debate at the Vancouver Community Library.

October 26, 2022, 7:07pm Clark County News

Republican 3rd Congressional District candidate Joe Kent found himself the focus of scrutiny this week after a report surfaced questioning whether the company he said he works for actually exists. Read story

Warehouse Manager Lucas Salazr, left, and warehouse worker Chase Campbell, right, fill orders at Vancouver Bolt & Supply in 2019.  Demand for warehouse space like this supply company's have increased in recent years.

Clark County attracts warehouse developers as industry booms

Warehouse Manager Lucas Salazr, left, and warehouse worker Chase Campbell, right, fill orders at Vancouver Bolt & Supply in 2019.  Demand for warehouse space like this supply company's have increased in recent years.

October 26, 2022, 6:30am Business

What’s that big building going up in your neighborhood? Odds are it’s a warehouse. Read story

Riverside Townhomes, a 15-unit luxury development, is under construction near the Columbia River waterfront in Vancouver.

Clark County’s housing market continues to cool as low inventory offsets falling prices

Riverside Townhomes, a 15-unit luxury development, is under construction near the Columbia River waterfront in Vancouver.

October 26, 2022, 6:04am Business

Prices continued to fall in Clark County’s housing market in September, but high interest rates and low inventory are keeping homes out of reach for some prospective homebuyers. Read story

Thompson Metal Fab employees George Mason, left, and Mike Marsh look over shop drawings in 2016 at the company's Vancouver shop.

Clark County adds 400 jobs in September

Thompson Metal Fab employees George Mason, left, and Mike Marsh look over shop drawings in 2016 at the company's Vancouver shop.

October 25, 2022, 6:10pm Business

Clark County continued to add jobs in September: Not including seasonal trends, there were 400 more added last month, leaving the unemployment rate at 3.8 percent — more than a point lower than the 4.9 percent from September 2021. Read story

Ken Westphal, center, an officer with the Lacey Police Dept. and an instructor at the Washington state Criminal Justice Training Commission, works with cadets LeAnne Cone, of the Vancouver Police Dept., and Kevin Burton-Crow, right, of the Thurston Co. Sheriff's Dept., during a training exercise Wednesday, July 14, 2021, in Burien.   (AP Photo/Ted S.

Clark County Council unanimously supports officers’ training center in Vancouver

Ken Westphal, center, an officer with the Lacey Police Dept. and an instructor at the Washington state Criminal Justice Training Commission, works with cadets LeAnne Cone, of the Vancouver Police Dept., and Kevin Burton-Crow, right, of the Thurston Co. Sheriff's Dept., during a training exercise Wednesday, July 14, 2021, in Burien.   (AP Photo/Ted S.

October 25, 2022, 4:26pm Clark County News

The Clark County Council last week unanimously approved a resolution supporting Gov. Jay Inslee’s proposal to build a law enforcement training center in Vancouver. Read story