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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

Patrons scoured the Vancouver Community Library on Saturday for weeks&#039; worth of materials to take home before the library closed for two weeks. &quot;It was crazy, crazy,&quot; said library access manager Brian Hulsey, in yellow.

Clark County prepares for the unexpected

Patrons scoured the Vancouver Community Library on Saturday for weeks&#039; worth of materials to take home before the library closed for two weeks. &quot;It was crazy, crazy,&quot; said library access manager Brian Hulsey, in yellow.

March 14, 2020, 5:35pm Clark County News

Multiple dumps of wet, fat-flaked snow covered up Clark County’s anxieties about COVID-19 on Saturday morning. If you woke up feeling like weird times were only getting weirder, you sure weren’t alone. Read story

A coronavirus health alert sign is posted at one of the entrances to the Firstenburg Tower on Monday morning at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center.

COVID-19 prompts groups to cancel events around Clark County

A coronavirus health alert sign is posted at one of the entrances to the Firstenburg Tower on Monday morning at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center.

March 10, 2020, 7:57pm Clark County Health

Libraries and other organizations are canceling events after recent confirmation of a local COVID-19 case, even though Clark County Public Health hasn’t yet recommended taking that step. Read story

Drag queen Tree Empress 45 Onalicious Mercury asks kids what they want to be when they grow up Sunday at the Drag Queen Story Hour at the Vancouver Community Library. More than 100 children and parents attended the event to sing, dance and listen to storybooks.

At Drag Queen Story Hour, children ‘just see the love’

Drag queen Tree Empress 45 Onalicious Mercury asks kids what they want to be when they grow up Sunday at the Drag Queen Story Hour at the Vancouver Community Library. More than 100 children and parents attended the event to sing, dance and listen to storybooks.

October 28, 2019, 6:00am Clark County News

For most girls, there’s nothing worse than showing up to a party to find your outfit matches someone else’s. Read story

Seattle author Maria Semple to speak at library foundation dinner

October 18, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Life

Writing has never been about the final product for Seattle-based author Maria Semple. Read story

Community members crowded the Vancouver Community Library in downtown Thursday night to hear a panel on the Drag Queen Story Hour program. The popular program has drawn some controversy from critics who say the subject matter is inappropriate for young children.

Drag queen program at Vancouver Community Library defended

Community members crowded the Vancouver Community Library in downtown Thursday night to hear a panel on the Drag Queen Story Hour program. The popular program has drawn some controversy from critics who say the subject matter is inappropriate for young children.

October 11, 2019, 8:10pm Clark County News

It was a mostly civil crowd that packed the Vancouver Community Library on Thursday for a public panel on Drag Queen Story Hour, a popular but controversial event making headlines locally and across the country. Read story

‘Bernadette’ author Maria Semple to headline Nov. 6 library event

September 24, 2019, 6:03am Clark County News

Maria Semple, author of the bestselling "Where'd You Go, Bernadette," will be the featured speaker at the Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation's annual fundraising event Nov. 6. Read story