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Matt Johnson has announced his resignation as principal of Mountain View High School.

Matt Johnson resigns as Mountain View principal, will resign from district in 2022

Matt Johnson has announced his resignation as principal of Mountain View High School.

May 12, 2021, 1:55pm Clark County News

Matt Johnson, the high school principal placed on paid administrative leave twice by Evergreen Public Schools since March 16, has resigned from his job at Mountain View High School and will resign from the district effective June 30, 2022, as a result of a settlement agreement with the district. Read story

Sharetea owner NaNa Sisakvanich, right, combines vats of black tapioca pearls while Tyme Sisakvanich watches at Sharetea in Hazel Dell. A global shortage in the ingredients that make up the tapioca pearls in boba tea is affecting businesses that serve the colorful drinks.

Clark County boba tea businesses say they’re prepared for ‘pearl’ shortage

Sharetea owner NaNa Sisakvanich, right, combines vats of black tapioca pearls while Tyme Sisakvanich watches at Sharetea in Hazel Dell. A global shortage in the ingredients that make up the tapioca pearls in boba tea is affecting businesses that serve the colorful drinks.

May 12, 2021, 6:02am Business

Bubble tea, boba tea, or pearl tea is a tea-based drink with small round tapioca balls (or pearls) bobbing at the bottom of the cup. This Taiwanese beverage has become increasingly popular in Vancouver. Read story

Geophysicist Rebecca Kramer charges batteries for high-precision GPS equipment at USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver late last month. Staff was packing up monitoring gear being shipped to be used in studies of the volcanic system at Yellowstone National Park.

USGS monitors Yellowstone volcano system from Vancouver

Geophysicist Rebecca Kramer charges batteries for high-precision GPS equipment at USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory in Vancouver late last month. Staff was packing up monitoring gear being shipped to be used in studies of the volcanic system at Yellowstone National Park.

May 11, 2021, 6:03am Clark County News

As Rebecca Kramer geared up for a summer project to monitor Yellowstone’s volcano system, she was doing prep work in an east Vancouver parking lot. Read story

Brian Buck of Capitol Electric looks over plans while helping with the construction of the new Pacific Northwest Pet ER and Specialty Center. The 24-hour animal hospital and specialty veterinary care facility is under construction in east Vancouver in a building that formerly housed a Whole Foods Market.

NVA Compassion-First pet hospital taking shape in east Vancouver

Brian Buck of Capitol Electric looks over plans while helping with the construction of the new Pacific Northwest Pet ER and Specialty Center. The 24-hour animal hospital and specialty veterinary care facility is under construction in east Vancouver in a building that formerly housed a Whole Foods Market.

May 10, 2021, 6:05am Business

Veterinary care provider NVA Compassion-First plans to open a large emergency and specialty care veterinary hospital in Vancouver this summer. Read story

Joseph Andrew Ezetta makes a first appearance on suspicion of first-degree assault and first-degree malicious mischief in Clark County Superior Court on June 9, 2019.

Vancouver man sentenced to 8 years in prison for shooting at police car

Joseph Andrew Ezetta makes a first appearance on suspicion of first-degree assault and first-degree malicious mischief in Clark County Superior Court on June 9, 2019.

May 4, 2021, 5:17pm Clark County News

A man who shot at a Vancouver police patrol vehicle as the officer investigated a complaint regarding gunshots at an apartment complex was sentenced Tuesday to eight years in prison. Read story

Claudette Derricotte, on April 21 at Cascade Park Estates, explains data of property values. Residents at the 55-and-older manufactured home community are voicing their dissatisfaction with the county's assessments of their units.

Residents of Vancouver manufactured home park ask taxing questions

Claudette Derricotte, on April 21 at Cascade Park Estates, explains data of property values. Residents at the 55-and-older manufactured home community are voicing their dissatisfaction with the county's assessments of their units.

May 3, 2021, 6:03am Business

Nearly a dozen residents of a manufactured home community in east Vancouver are challenging their most recent property tax assessments. Read story

George Goodrich, left, and his daughter, Gwen, look over samples of booth material for the Cove Restaurant. The Cove announced plans to open as the first commercial business at Tidewater Cove on the Columbia River.

The Cove opening soon at Tidewater Cove Marina in Vancouver

George Goodrich, left, and his daughter, Gwen, look over samples of booth material for the Cove Restaurant. The Cove announced plans to open as the first commercial business at Tidewater Cove on the Columbia River.

April 29, 2021, 6:04am Business

The father-daughter team of George and Gwen Goodrich of The Hammond Kitchen & Craft Bar in Camas is developing a new restaurant and event space at Tidewater Cove Marina in Vancouver. Read story

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Two hurt Wednesday in three-car crash on highway 500 near Proebstel

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April 29, 2021, 5:49am Clark County News

Two people were injured Wednesday in a three-car collision on state Highway 500 near Proebstel, according to the Washington State Patrol. Read story

Vancouver man injured in motorcycle crash on I-205 offramp

April 26, 2021, 10:53am Clark County News

A Vancouver man was injured Sunday night when he crashed his motorcycle on the 112th Avenue offramp from Interstate 205. Read story

Matt Johnson has announced his resignation as principal of Mountain View High School.

Mountain View principal reinstated then put back on leave hours later

Matt Johnson has announced his resignation as principal of Mountain View High School.

April 22, 2021, 1:41pm Clark County News

Hours after Evergreen Public Schools reinstated Mountain View High Principal Matt Johnson following a six-week administrative leave to investigate complaints from school staff, the district placed him back on paid leave Thursday for wording he used in an email to staff a day earlier. Read story