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Apartment fire displaces two families in Minnehaha

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April 21, 2022, 6:05pm Clark County News

Two families were displaced Thursday afternoon in an apartment building fire in the Minnehaha area. Read story

Underlying the shiny, brassy sound of the many marching bands in the Hazel Dell Parade is the organizational labor and data mangament of of Jody and Matt Gohlke at Music World.

Hazel Dell Parade of Bands returns in May

Underlying the shiny, brassy sound of the many marching bands in the Hazel Dell Parade is the organizational labor and data mangament of of Jody and Matt Gohlke at Music World.

April 13, 2022, 6:01am Clark County Life

The Hazel Dell Parade of Bands will return May 21 after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read story

A house was damaged after it caught fire early Sunday morning in Hazel Dell. A man was taken to a Portland hospital for treatment of burns; both residents were displaced.

Hazel Dell house fire sparked by tipped heat lamp; injured man remains in burn center

A house was damaged after it caught fire early Sunday morning in Hazel Dell. A man was taken to a Portland hospital for treatment of burns; both residents were displaced.

March 29, 2022, 11:19am Clark County News

A Sunday house fire in Hazel Dell that sent a man to the hospital was sparked when a heat lamp on the patio for the family’s dog fell over. Read story

A house was damaged after it caught fire early Sunday morning in Hazel Dell. A man was taken to a Portland hospital for treatment of burns; both residents were displaced.

Hazel Dell house fire sends man to Portland burn center

A house was damaged after it caught fire early Sunday morning in Hazel Dell. A man was taken to a Portland hospital for treatment of burns; both residents were displaced.

March 28, 2022, 5:18pm Clark County News

A man was taken to a Portland hospital to be treated for burns after his house caught fire Sunday morning in Hazel Dell. Read story

Numerous Burgerville locations open dine-in

March 22, 2022, 6:04am Business

As of March 17, Burgerville is offering dine-in service at a number of its restaurants. Those include the locations in Orchards, Vancouver Heights, Battle Ground, Vancouver’s Central Park, Hazel Dell, Salmon Creek, Camas and Fisher’s Landing. Read story

Rashawn Laray Anderson, 41, of Portland, let, makes a first appearance Monday morning in Clark County Superior Court after allegedly robbing a Kohl’s in Hazel Dell and fleeing a pursuing Clark County deputy. His co-defendant, Joshua Young, is accused of shooting at the deputy during the pursuit. Joshua Tyler Young, 32, of St.

Two in court in Hazel Dell Kohl’s robbery, shooting

Rashawn Laray Anderson, 41, of Portland, let, makes a first appearance Monday morning in Clark County Superior Court after allegedly robbing a Kohl’s in Hazel Dell and fleeing a pursuing Clark County deputy. His co-defendant, Joshua Young, is accused of shooting at the deputy during the pursuit. Joshua Tyler Young, 32, of St.

March 21, 2022, 11:42am Clark County News

An Oregon man, accused of shooting at a pursuing Clark County deputy Saturday while fleeing the scene of a robbery at a Hazel Dell store, appeared with an alleged accomplice Monday in Clark County Superior Court. Read story

Columbia River English and history teacher Natasha Flak, from left, history teacher Dave Douglas and paraeducator Ewa Teipel talk to world history teacher Tim Smith and his class Wednesday at Columbia River High School. In addition to leading the fundraising effort for refugees in Poland, the group has worked to teach students about fielding breaking news of the conflict and identifying forms of misinformation.

Columbia River High School faculty members create fundraiser to support Ukrainian refugees

Columbia River English and history teacher Natasha Flak, from left, history teacher Dave Douglas and paraeducator Ewa Teipel talk to world history teacher Tim Smith and his class Wednesday at Columbia River High School. In addition to leading the fundraising effort for refugees in Poland, the group has worked to teach students about fielding breaking news of the conflict and identifying forms of misinformation.

March 17, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

As the shocking imagery of Russia’s first steps into Ukraine spread across social media, so did a wave of uncertainty and confusion for those across the world who were detached from the history and context of the conflict. Read story

Call for Artists: Washougal Art Festival, Society of Washington Artists seek submissions for shows

March 16, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Life

Washougal Art Festival, Society of Washington Artists seek submissions for shows Read story

As the family sits down to a Sunday dinner in February, Maryam Azizpour serves her daughter, 6-year-old Murwarid, homemade chicken and qabili palau. That's the national dish of Afghanistan, made with rice, meat, carrots, raisins and spices. "Your country is like your mother, and you cannot forget your mother," Maryam said.

From Kabul to Clark County: Small steps into a new world for Afghan family

As the family sits down to a Sunday dinner in February, Maryam Azizpour serves her daughter, 6-year-old Murwarid, homemade chicken and qabili palau. That's the national dish of Afghanistan, made with rice, meat, carrots, raisins and spices. "Your country is like your mother, and you cannot forget your mother," Maryam said.

March 14, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

Before Maryam Azizpour and her family reached Clark County, they landed at Holloman Air Force Base in New Mexico. Along with 5,000 other Afghan refugees, they underwent interviews, document processing, health checks and vaccinations. Read story

Members of the Azizpour family — refugees from Kabul, Afghanistan — are restarting their lives in Clark County. “Every morning is a surprise,” said Maryam Azizpour, 30, second from right. With Maryam at the family’s Hazel Dell rental are her daughter Marwa Azizpour, 10, far left; father Mohammad Ismail Rezayee; daughter Murwarid Azizpour, 6; brother Sajad Ibrahimi; and mother Sediqa Rustami.

From Kabul to Clark County: Afghan refugees’ quest is a return to normal

Members of the Azizpour family — refugees from Kabul, Afghanistan — are restarting their lives in Clark County. “Every morning is a surprise,” said Maryam Azizpour, 30, second from right. With Maryam at the family’s Hazel Dell rental are her daughter Marwa Azizpour, 10, far left; father Mohammad Ismail Rezayee; daughter Murwarid Azizpour, 6; brother Sajad Ibrahimi; and mother Sediqa Rustami.

March 13, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

Months after Maryam Azizpour and her family undertook a nightmarish journey through the violent streets of Kabul, Afghanistan, and fled the country, they’re still adjusting to peace and quiet in the U.S. Read story