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From the Newsroom: News must be fit to print by deadline

July 11, 2020, 6:01am Clark County News

As I am sure you have noticed that for weeks now we have been providing you with a daily update of local COVID-19 cases, deaths and tests conducted. The local information comes from Clark County Public Health, which strives to update its numbers by lunchtime on regular business days, Monday-Friday. Read story

From the Newsroom: Clark County news gets the emphasis

June 27, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

A loyal Columbian reader, Ray from Camas, dropped me a note earlier this week to talk about the front page of our Tuesday, June 23, edition. Our top story was by our police reporter, Jerzy Shedlock, headlined “County to push forward on body cams.” Jerzy talked to a number of… Read story

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From the Newsroom: Style update important, timely step

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June 20, 2020, 6:01am Clark County News

Because I am a baby boomer, I tend to look at books as an authoritative source. One of the books I use frequently when editing news copy is The Associated Press Stylebook, which contains several hundred entries that explain when to use quotation marks around book titles, when to write… Read story

Clementine Tomerlin, 5, helps her dad, Clay, hold up a sign as they join hundreds of people for a rally and peaceful protest at the Clark County Courthouse on June 5.

From the Newsroom: A busy year becomes profound

Clementine Tomerlin, 5, helps her dad, Clay, hold up a sign as they join hundreds of people for a rally and peaceful protest at the Clark County Courthouse on June 5.

June 13, 2020, 6:01am Clark County News

On New Year’s Day, I could have told you 2020 was going to be a busy year for The Columbian’s journalists. Read story

Courtesy Clark County Historical Museum 
 The Clark County Fiar has been around a long time, but just how long is that?

From the Newsroom: How well do you know Clark County?

Courtesy Clark County Historical Museum 
 The Clark County Fiar has been around a long time, but just how long is that?

May 30, 2020, 6:03am Clark County News

I am tired of talking about the newspaper business this week, but I like trivia. In the hope you like trivia, too, I cooked up a Clark County quiz. I tried to make a couple of the questions really tough! Read story

Aevum Images 
 The owners of The Columbian, from left, Scott, Jody, Ben, Will and Ross Campbell, in 2015.

From the Newsroom: Get to know our new publisher

Aevum Images 
 The owners of The Columbian, from left, Scott, Jody, Ben, Will and Ross Campbell, in 2015.

May 23, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

What a busy week it was for news at The Columbian! As in, a lot happened at our business this week. Read story

The Weekend section is one of the priorities to restore to the paper.

From the Newsroom: Powering up our command module

The Weekend section is one of the priorities to restore to the paper.

May 9, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

I was walking around the newsroom the other day and it reminded me of the movie “Apollo 13.” Read story

From the Newsroom: Marking an event amid an event

April 25, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

While we journalists have been mostly thinking about covering the novel coronavirus and all of its implications, we are also thinking about how to cover the 40th anniversary of the catastrophic eruption of Mount St. Helens. Read story

From the Newsroom: Savoring the love from our readers

April 18, 2020, 6:05am Clark County News

I don’t know Karl Thies or Martha Wiley, but I sure do appreciate them. Read story

Newsroom pets, clockwise from top left: Jamie and Finlay, two of Web Editor Amy Libby's four cats, play on the cat tree in the living room of her Orchards-area home; Bodhi, who lives with Assistant Metro Editor Jessica Prokop, her husband, dog Lana and rabbit Cameron, gets a ride in a stroller; Photo Editor Amanda Cowan's cat Kaya watches the computer boot up one morning from Cowan's Vancouver home; and Fluff, one of Metro Editor Mark Bowder's two cats, plays while Bowder works from his Vancouver home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

From the Newsroom: More on the new normal of news

Newsroom pets, clockwise from top left: Jamie and Finlay, two of Web Editor Amy Libby's four cats, play on the cat tree in the living room of her Orchards-area home; Bodhi, who lives with Assistant Metro Editor Jessica Prokop, her husband, dog Lana and rabbit Cameron, gets a ride in a stroller; Photo Editor Amanda Cowan's cat Kaya watches the computer boot up one morning from Cowan's Vancouver home; and Fluff, one of Metro Editor Mark Bowder's two cats, plays while Bowder works from his Vancouver home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

April 11, 2020, 6:05am Clark County News

It’s shortly before lunchtime Wednesday, and I am sitting alone at the metro desk, usually the busy hub of a buzzing newsroom. Today, it’s cold and dark — in order to save money, we turned off the lights and turned down the heat — and even the chatter on the… Read story