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Crowd of hundreds celebrates new library building in Ridgefield

July 9, 2021, 5:20pm Clark County News

Minutes into her exploration of the new Ridgefield Community Library, Luci Groesbeck scoured the shelves, then found a comfy spot on a plush sofa. Read story

Papier-mâché butterflies alight at Vancouver Community Library

June 22, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Life

While Vancouver native Jeff Hill enjoys bird-watching, he’s always found the built-in suspense and the inevitable distance from his quarry a little frustrating. When the career anesthesiologist retired and moved… Read story

Signs outside the Vancouver Navigation Center in March 2020 notify visitors of the closure due to COVID-19 concerns.

Vancouver moves ahead with sale of Navigation Center

Signs outside the Vancouver Navigation Center in March 2020 notify visitors of the closure due to COVID-19 concerns.

March 16, 2021, 6:01pm Clark County News

Vancouver will move forward with the sale of its day shelter for the homeless, the city council decided Monday, and begin negotiations with Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries staff looking to purchase the facility and transform it into its new headquarters. Read story

The city of Vancouver is considering selling the Navigation Center to Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries as a new headquarters. The library district and Sea Mar both currently occupy parts of the building.

Vancouver weighs selling Navigation Center

The city of Vancouver is considering selling the Navigation Center to Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries as a new headquarters. The library district and Sea Mar both currently occupy parts of the building.

March 11, 2021, 2:00pm Clark County News

Vancouver leaders are considering selling the Navigation Center, the beleaguered day shelter for the homeless temporarily closed by COVID-19, so it can serve as a new library headquarters. Read story

Check It Out: Books bring back simplicity

July 12, 2020, 6:00am Clark County Life

I don’t know about you, but I could use more simplicity in my life. How convenient then that today happens to be National Simplicity Day. Whether it’s too much stuff, too much information, or too many thoughts clogging the gray cells, I need less — of so many things. Henry… Read story

Library assistant Larisa Muntean drops off an order for a visitor at Vancouver Community Library on Tuesday afternoon.

Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries open for curbside pickup

Library assistant Larisa Muntean drops off an order for a visitor at Vancouver Community Library on Tuesday afternoon.

June 26, 2020, 6:01am Clark County Life

Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries have begun accepting returns as well as offering books for curbside pickup. Read story

Check It Out: A reading list for dads on their special day

June 21, 2020, 6:00am Clark County Life

As I write this column, it’s cool and rainy outside, but the Sunday forecast is very nice, so I hope everyone is enjoying Father’s Day and the start of summer. Read story

The Cascade Park Community Library is among the drive-up Wi-Fi hot spots in Clark County.

Drive-in, public Wi-Fi hot spots available in Clark County, Washington

The Cascade Park Community Library is among the drive-up Wi-Fi hot spots in Clark County.

May 7, 2020, 6:18pm Clark County News

The state Department of Commerce on Thursday unveiled a list of hundreds of drive-in, public Wi-Fi hot spots, including several in Clark County. Read story

Patrons of Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries can access the Libby app to check out e-books.

Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries’ valuable resources available at home

Patrons of Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries can access the Libby app to check out e-books.

March 27, 2020, 6:05am Clark County Life

With libraries closed, information hounds who otherwise prefer to peruse shelves of bound sheaves of paper must instead look to the digital realm. Fort Vancouver Regional Libraries’ website has plenty to offer. So much, in fact, that it can be overwhelming. Read story

Alexander Monsalve, 13, plays a computer game while joined by his mom, Cecelia Jones, in his Vancouver bedroom Monday afternoon. The family, like most others in Clark County, are now confined to their home during the novel coronavirus outbreak.

Clark County families settling into new normal

Alexander Monsalve, 13, plays a computer game while joined by his mom, Cecelia Jones, in his Vancouver bedroom Monday afternoon. The family, like most others in Clark County, are now confined to their home during the novel coronavirus outbreak.

March 17, 2020, 6:04am Clark County News

Cecilia Jones and her wife, Rayelynne Jones, know a thing or two about hunkering down in a crisis. Read story