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Vancouver’s Access to Recreation program for people with special needs back after hiatus

July 23, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Health

Day camp attendee Nicole Brady, 18, was ready for Karaoke Tuesday at Vancouver’s Access to Recreation camp this week. Read story

Clark County voters, have you received your ballots?

July 22, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

Local voters should have received their ballots for the Aug. 3 primary election by now, according to the Clark County Elections Office. Read story

The Columbian's Editorial Board met virtually with Vancouver City Council Position 1 candidates Kim Harless, Mike Pond and John Blom on Tuesday, June 29, in Vancouver.

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The Columbian's Editorial Board met virtually with Vancouver City Council Position 1 candidates Kim Harless, Mike Pond and John Blom on Tuesday, June 29, in Vancouver.

July 21, 2021, 6:07pm Clark County News

Three of the candidates running for an open Vancouver city council seat this year share a lot of the same opinions. So instead of spending their conversation with The Columbian’s editorial board drawing contrasts between their goals for the city, they focused on a different angle — why they’re the… Read story

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$1.5 million in federal funds to help buy Vancouver police cameras

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July 20, 2021, 5:05pm Clark County News

The Vancouver Police Department is on track to receive $1.5 million in federal funds to support a new body and dashboard camera program for its officers. Read story

The Columbian's Editorial Board met virtually with Vancouver City Council candidates incumbent Erik Paulsen and challenger Kara Tess meet with The Columbian's Editorial Board on Tuesday, June 29, in Vancouver.

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The Columbian's Editorial Board met virtually with Vancouver City Council candidates incumbent Erik Paulsen and challenger Kara Tess meet with The Columbian's Editorial Board on Tuesday, June 29, in Vancouver.

July 20, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

In the race for Vancouver City Council’s Position 2 seat, voters aren’t choosing between candidates with drastically different perspectives — two of the people running, incumbent Erik Paulsen and challenger Kara Tess, share similar opinions on pandemic recovery, climate change and homelessness. Read story

The Columbian's Editorial Board met with candidates for Vancouver City Council, Position 3 — David Gellatly, Diana Perez and Glen Yung — in early July.

Candidates for Vancouver City Council Position 3 differ on police reform, homeless responsevideo icon

The Columbian's Editorial Board met with candidates for Vancouver City Council, Position 3 — David Gellatly, Diana Perez and Glen Yung — in early July.

July 18, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

None of the candidates running for Vancouver City Council’s open Position 3 seat are political newcomers. Read story

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle, center, responds to comments from her challengers, Earl Bowerman, left, and Doug Coop, right, at a candidates forum in June.

Vancouver mayoral hopefuls differ greatly

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle, center, responds to comments from her challengers, Earl Bowerman, left, and Doug Coop, right, at a candidates forum in June.

July 14, 2021, 6:27pm Clark County News

Two of the candidates running for mayor of Vancouver this year offered voters a drastically different pitch in a conversation with The Columbian Editorial Board. Read story

The former Joe's Crab Shack building and Who Song & Larry's pictured from the Interstate 5 Bridge.

Vancouver council approves Renaissance Boardwalk agreement

The former Joe's Crab Shack building and Who Song & Larry's pictured from the Interstate 5 Bridge.

July 12, 2021, 8:44pm Clark County News

Vancouver will move forward with a plan to transform a dilapidated waterfront pier and two old restaurant buildings into a luxury housing, retail and parking complex after originally shelving the project until the builder agreed to stricter climate goals. Read story

Washington added nearly twice as many people in 2020 as originally expected. Clark County saw the second-highest population growth in the state; among cities, Vancouver was No. 2 and Ridgefield was No. 10.

Clark County’s population grows by 13,600, 2nd largest gain in state

Washington added nearly twice as many people in 2020 as originally expected. Clark County saw the second-highest population growth in the state; among cities, Vancouver was No. 2 and Ridgefield was No. 10.

July 9, 2021, 6:07am Clark County News

Southwest Washington is among the fastest-growing regions in the state, according to new data released by the Washington Office of Financial Management. Read story

Street paving in preparation for the new bike lane striping project is underway along Columbia Street near the intersection of 33rd Street on Wednesday morning. The contractor, Granite Construction, expects to wrap up the first phase of the work in mid-July.

Columbia Street repaving project a major pedal pusher

Street paving in preparation for the new bike lane striping project is underway along Columbia Street near the intersection of 33rd Street on Wednesday morning. The contractor, Granite Construction, expects to wrap up the first phase of the work in mid-July.

July 7, 2021, 7:19pm Clark County News

A long-planned project to repave and restripe Columbia Street in west Vancouver is finally underway, with crews expected to wrap up the first phase of their work around mid-July. Read story