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Craig Brown

From the newsroom: Here’s more Columbian jargon

May 11, 2024, 6:10am Clark County News

Last week I wrote about the jargon that we use in the newsroom. Some of it is common to newspapers, while other terms seem to be invented here. The jargon… Read story

From the Newsroom: How to speak Columbian

May 4, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

I don’t know about your line of work, but in newspapers we use a lot of colorful jargon and lingo. Sometimes these terms find their way into common use. The… Read story

Wagner Moura and Kirsten Dunst in a scene from &ldquo;Civil War,&rdquo; a journalism movie now in local theaters.

From the newsroom: Our reporters like these journalism films

Wagner Moura and Kirsten Dunst in a scene from &ldquo;Civil War,&rdquo; a journalism movie now in local theaters.

April 27, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

I am not a movie buff, but I noticed a new journalism movie is playing in theaters and getting good reviews. The film is called “Civil War” and is described by the movie website Fandango like this: Read story

Clark County Fire District 6
Firefighters debrief after extinguishing a small fire in a planter box next to The Columbian&rsquo;s front door on Saturday morning.

From the Newsroom: Luckily, it was only a small fire

Clark County Fire District 6
Firefighters debrief after extinguishing a small fire in a planter box next to The Columbian&rsquo;s front door on Saturday morning.

April 20, 2024, 6:09am Clark County News

My office window overlooks Eighth Street west of Esther Short Park. Not an hour goes by that I don’t see a person who seems to be homeless or suffering from mental illness. Often these people will stop at a small planter near the window, which until Tuesday contained a bushy… Read story

From the newsroom: Documenting journalism’s junkyard

April 13, 2024, 6:09am Clark County News

I am afraid of rats. My wife doesn’t like snakes. And journalists are scared of a company called Alden Global Capital. Read story

Craig Brown/The Columbian
Singapore&rsquo;s Merlion Park, above, is too bright to be a good place to read The Columbian, but any of the city&rsquo;s Toast Box cafes would be an excellent choice.

From the newsroom: Hearing from our overseas readers

Craig Brown/The Columbian
Singapore&rsquo;s Merlion Park, above, is too bright to be a good place to read The Columbian, but any of the city&rsquo;s Toast Box cafes would be an excellent choice.

April 6, 2024, 6:08am Clark County News

Last week, I talked about some of the ways you can get the most out of your Columbian subscription, including the ability to read our ePaper, the digital replica of the print product, wherever your smartphone or computer has internet access. Read story

The Trending Now stories on The Columbian's homepage are chosen by readers.

From the Newsroom: Five tips for Columbian readers

The Trending Now stories on The Columbian's homepage are chosen by readers.

March 30, 2024, 6:09am Clark County News

A phone call from a reader the other day made me realize you might benefit from some insider tips on how to get the most out of your subscription. So with the help of Web Editor Amy Libby, I made an unofficial list: Read story

Amanda Cowan/The Columbian files Local television stations and local AM/FM radio stations in Washington continue to find viewers, including in gyms, like the Planet Fitness location in Hazel Dell.

From The Newsroom: TV, radio do well in Washington

Amanda Cowan/The Columbian files Local television stations and local AM/FM radio stations in Washington continue to find viewers, including in gyms, like the Planet Fitness location in Hazel Dell.

March 23, 2024, 6:05am Clark County News

As I’ve told you a number of times, newspaper readership is down and online news readership is up. That’s true all around the country; we see it reflected at The Columbian, where our digital-only subscribers now outnumber our print subscribers. Read story

Circulation Director Rachel Rose said the letter carriers did their best, and in some cases even delivered papers with missing addresses to the mailboxes of known subscribers.

From the Newsroom: Addresser loses its grip

Circulation Director Rachel Rose said the letter carriers did their best, and in some cases even delivered papers with missing addresses to the mailboxes of known subscribers.

March 16, 2024, 6:10am Clark County News

Let’s start this column with an apology to print subscribers who didn’t receive last Saturday’s edition, or received it late. We had one of those kinds of problems that crops up now and again when you manufacture things. Read story

Candidates for the Vancouver Public School board of directors, right, meet with The Columbian Editorial Board in 2019.

From the Newsroom: Some opinionated thoughts

Candidates for the Vancouver Public School board of directors, right, meet with The Columbian Editorial Board in 2019.

March 9, 2024, 6:06am Clark County News

If you have been reading newspapers for a long time, like I have, you’re probably familiar with the difference between news pages and editorial pages. News stories, which appear on the front page and throughout the paper, are written by reporters who try to include all the relevant facts without… Read story