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Volunteers Judy Walter, left, and Shirley Brandenburg with Babies in Need build layettes at All Saints Episcopal Church in Hazel Dell. Walter said she’s been volunteering with the group since the early 2000s.

Babies in Need celebrates 20 years of getting families off to a good start

Volunteers Judy Walter, left, and Shirley Brandenburg with Babies in Need build layettes at All Saints Episcopal Church in Hazel Dell. Walter said she’s been volunteering with the group since the early 2000s.

July 14, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Health

Volunteers met Monday at All Saints Episcopal Church to assemble layettes for Babies in Need, as they do every month. They wrapped tiny clothes in ribbon and placed them into handmade bags to drop off at local hospitals. Since 1999, Babies in Need has distributed about 4,900 layettes and 2,500 car seats to needy families. Read story

Hazel Dell Book Exchange closes

July 4, 2019, 4:49pm Business Briefs

One of Clark County's longest-running independent bookstores has closed. Hazel Dell Book Exchange hosted a final sale last weekend and then shut its doors after 44 years in operation. Read story

A motorist passes by an electric vehicle charging station at the Walmart store in Hazel Dell. Electrify America and Walmart have installed electric vehicle charging stations at Walmart stores across Washington, including this one in Vancouver. This effort is part of a broader plan to develop a coast-to-coast EV charging network, which would make Walmart one of the largest retail hosts of EV charging stations across the United States.

Hazel Dell Walmart 1 of 120 with new electric-vehicle charging stations

A motorist passes by an electric vehicle charging station at the Walmart store in Hazel Dell. Electrify America and Walmart have installed electric vehicle charging stations at Walmart stores across Washington, including this one in Vancouver. This effort is part of a broader plan to develop a coast-to-coast EV charging network, which would make Walmart one of the largest retail hosts of EV charging stations across the United States.

July 3, 2019, 7:20pm Business

Independence Day means freedom and that includes freedom to drive, a lot. Read story

The Great Race comes to Clark County, bringing 120 of the world’s best antique automobiles to the WAAAM West car museum on Friday.

Vintage car rally’s visit to Hazel Dell museum a chance to see rare collectables

The Great Race comes to Clark County, bringing 120 of the world’s best antique automobiles to the WAAAM West car museum on Friday.

June 27, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Life

The grand opening of a Western Antique Aeroplane & Automobile Museum branch in Hazel Dell could offer a once-in-a-lifetime event for car enthusiasts Friday with a stopover by 120 vintage automobiles taking part in The Great Race. Read story

Bicyclist hit by C-Tran bus, taken to hospital

June 25, 2019, 9:21pm Clark County News

A bicyclist was taken to the hospital Tuesday after being hit by a C-Tran bus at the Northeast 99th Street exit on northbound Interstate 5. Read story

Clark County twins awarded scholarships

June 22, 2019, 5:57am Community

HAZEL DELL — Four area students were awarded a scholarship by the Columbia Mothers of Twins Club. Recipients of the annual Jane Price Scholarship include fraternal twin girls Isabella and Adrianna Trumbo, daughters of Milisa Trumbo; and boy and girl twins Nikolas and Alexandra Attebery, son and daughter of Tami Attebery. The Trumbo twins will graduate from Union High School, Camas, this month. Isabella Trumbo plans to study education at… Read story

The carne asada, pollo and al pastor tacos are pictured at El Buen Gusto.

Do yourself a favor, try El Buen Gusto

The carne asada, pollo and al pastor tacos are pictured at El Buen Gusto.

June 21, 2019, 6:00am Clark County Life

El Buen Gusto has been open for two years serving authentic Mexican favorites. The family owned and operated restaurant may not have a big menu compared with many other Mexican cuisine restaurants in Clark County, but what they do offer might impress diners even more. Read story

Minnehaha: Furry Friends volunteers, from left, Mike and Jenn Morris, Pam Petitt and Diane Stevens at an Acro-Cats show last month in Portland. They volunteered at the show and were presented with a check for $1,562 for their help with the shows.

Furry Friends volunteers raise money at cat circus shows

Minnehaha: Furry Friends volunteers, from left, Mike and Jenn Morris, Pam Petitt and Diane Stevens at an Acro-Cats show last month in Portland. They volunteered at the show and were presented with a check for $1,562 for their help with the shows.

June 15, 2019, 5:55am Community

Minnehaha — Furry Friends provided volunteer labor for the Acro-Cats shows held on May 25 and 26 at the Aladdin Theater in Portland. Read story

Northeast Hazel Dell: Dance instructors, from left, Sherrie Robertson, Cindy Morical, Penny Ford and Synndrah Spillers at Robertson’s eighth annual Dance for a Cure fundraiser, which raised $6,500 for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. The event has raised nearly $30,000 in its eight years.

Vancouver dance instructor holds annual fundraiser for cancer research

Northeast Hazel Dell: Dance instructors, from left, Sherrie Robertson, Cindy Morical, Penny Ford and Synndrah Spillers at Robertson’s eighth annual Dance for a Cure fundraiser, which raised $6,500 for the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. The event has raised nearly $30,000 in its eight years.

June 8, 2019, 5:55am Community

Northeast Hazel Dell — More than 100 people participated in Sherrie Robertson’s eighth annual Dance for a Cure fundraiser on May 11 at Vancouver Fitness Studio. Read story

Teen sentenced for role in fatal shooting in Hazel Dell parking lot

June 7, 2019, 6:25pm Clark County News

A 17-year-old boy charged in connection with the fatal shooting of an 18-year-old man during a botched drug robbery in a Hazel Dell parking lot in December was sentenced Friday to a range of about 3½ to six years in a juvenile facility. Read story