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Furry Friends nets $4,300 for cats

May 16, 2021, 5:54am Community

A May 8 garage sale held by the volunteer-run nonprofit no-kill cat shelter Furry Friends raised $4,300. The funds will go toward medical expenses needed by cats in their care. Read story

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

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… Read story

Suspect in Minnehaha police chase in court

May 4, 2021, 5:20pm Clark County News

A Bonney Lake man who allegedly led Clark County sheriff’s deputies on a chase Monday night through Minnehaha, colliding with two patrol cars, appeared in court Tuesday. Read story

Motorist allegedly rams K-9 unit, leads police on Minnehaha chase

May 3, 2021, 8:50pm Clark County News

A motorist led Clark County Sheriff’s Office deputies on a chase through the Minnehaha neighborhood on Monday evening. Read story

Motorcycle rider injured in late-night crash in Hazel Dell

April 30, 2021, 5:52am Clark County News

A motorcycle rider was injured late Thursday after crashing on Northeast 78th Street in Hazel Dell, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office. Read story

Clark County Sheriff's Deputies respond to a shooting in Hazel Dell on Feb 4, 2021. The incident started as a traffic stop according to dispatch logs.

Prosecutors from across Washington will examine killing of Jenoah Donald

Clark County Sheriff's Deputies respond to a shooting in Hazel Dell on Feb 4, 2021. The incident started as a traffic stop according to dispatch logs.

April 28, 2021, 6:56pm Clark County News

The investigation into the shooting of Jenoah Donald, a Black motorist killed by a Clark County deputy, will be examined by a statewide panel of prosecutors, in a new move to create independence in the review process. Read story

At bout 9:20 a.m. on Wednesday, a WSP motorcycle unit was stationed on the northbound shoulder of I5 near milepost 3. The trooper spotted a white, lifted Ford F-250 with black body panels going 78 mph. The driver of the truck “intentionally swerved towards the trooper, stationary on the shoulder,” according to a news release from WSP.

WSP searching for driver of truck that nearly hit trooper twice

At bout 9:20 a.m. on Wednesday, a WSP motorcycle unit was stationed on the northbound shoulder of I5 near milepost 3. The trooper spotted a white, lifted Ford F-250 with black body panels going 78 mph. The driver of the truck “intentionally swerved towards the trooper, stationary on the shoulder,” according to a news release from WSP.

April 21, 2021, 1:39pm Clark County News

Washington State Patrol is searching for a white Ford truck after its driver nearly struck a trooper on Wednesday morning while fleeing on Interstate 5. Read story

Columbia River High School seniors Keith Blau, 18, and Luci Ianello, 17, look over choices for the school's new mascot, the Rapids or the Captains, while pausing for a photo in the school's gym.

Columbia River High School students weigh in on mascot

Columbia River High School seniors Keith Blau, 18, and Luci Ianello, 17, look over choices for the school's new mascot, the Rapids or the Captains, while pausing for a photo in the school's gym.

April 14, 2021, 6:01am Clark County News

Keith Blau is proud to be a Columbia River High School student, and, in eight weeks, will be a proud graduate as part of the Class of 2021. Read story

MINNEHAHA: No-kill cat shelter Furry Friends raised $8,956 during its second annual "Not Kitten Around" auction, held online.

$8,956 collected for kitties

MINNEHAHA: No-kill cat shelter Furry Friends raised $8,956 during its second annual "Not Kitten Around" auction, held online.

April 10, 2021, 5:55am Community

MINNEHAHA — No-kill cat shelter Furry Friends raised $8,956 during its second annual “Not Kitten Around” auction, held online. Read story

WanSook Thai Food is located near Doomsday Brewing Safe House in Vancouver's Uptown Village.

Clark County chefs’ food trucks offer far-flung cuisine with Northwest twist

WanSook Thai Food is located near Doomsday Brewing Safe House in Vancouver's Uptown Village.

April 9, 2021, 6:01am Business

Three chefs hailing from places as far-flung as Southeast Asia and the southern United States recently opened food trucks in Vancouver to share cuisine from their hometowns. Read story