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Four leaf drop-off sites set to open next month in Clark County

September 26, 2018, 6:02am Clark County News

Residents can bring leaves for free disposal at any one of four drop-off sites this year. Read story

Everybody Has a Story: Alaskan, family cruise unites soul mates

September 19, 2018, 6:00am Clark County Life

The last thing I wanted as a college student, at age 20, was a family cruise vacation to Alaska. However, my summer job did not start until the cruise would be over, so off I went. My brother had just received his doctorate from Stanford University and I don't think… Read story

Hockinson Middle School earns design award

September 19, 2018, 5:24am Community

Brush Prairie — Hockinson Middle School and the Dull Olson Weekes - IBI Group Architects earned an Outstanding Design award for the replacement middle school, which opened before the start of the 2017-2018 school year. Read story

Deputies served six search warrants Tuesday at Daybreak Youth Services, the Brush Prairie youth outpatient and inpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment facility.

Judge denies request by Daybreak to limit search of seized evidence

Deputies served six search warrants Tuesday at Daybreak Youth Services, the Brush Prairie youth outpatient and inpatient mental health and substance abuse treatment facility.

September 14, 2018, 7:39pm Clark County News

A Clark County Superior Court Judge on Friday denied a request filed by Daybreak Youth Services to halt the examination of materials seized during a search of the treatment facility related to allegations of sexual assault and other issues. Read story

Daybreak Youth Services RWC Center for Adolescent Recovery in Brush Prairie celebrated its opening in May 2017.

Affidavits detailing Daybreak allegations cite lack of legally required reporting

Daybreak Youth Services RWC Center for Adolescent Recovery in Brush Prairie celebrated its opening in May 2017.

September 12, 2018, 9:41pm Clark County News

Investigators seeking search warrants for Daybreak Youth Services alleged multiple instances of sexual assault and problems with client and staff safety, and a pattern of inadequate reporting as required by law, records obtained from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office show. Read story

The Columbian, May 1, 1957: “Gene Nordstrom, seated, a junior at Fort Vancouver High School, was city manager of Vancouver today as students from Vancouver’s two high schools and Providence Academy participated in Student Government Day at city hall. The youthful administrator receives some pointers on the duties of his office from his official counterpart, City Manager James E. Neal. Some 30 youngsters, appointed to the city’s top administrative positions, observed city government in action during the day.

Everybody Has a Story: As city manager for a day, he made a lasting contribution

The Columbian, May 1, 1957: “Gene Nordstrom, seated, a junior at Fort Vancouver High School, was city manager of Vancouver today as students from Vancouver’s two high schools and Providence Academy participated in Student Government Day at city hall. The youthful administrator receives some pointers on the duties of his office from his official counterpart, City Manager James E. Neal. Some 30 youngsters, appointed to the city’s top administrative positions, observed city government in action during the day.

September 12, 2018, 6:05am Clark County Life

When I woke up that spring morning in 1957, I found myself looking forward to a day in my life that would be like no other. At the age of 17, and a junior at Fort Vancouver High School, I was about to take charge of the city of Vancouver,… Read story

Children play at the grand opening of Otto Brown Neighborhood Park. Bryan Kast, right, whose family helped name the park, plays with his daughters — from left, Zeana, 8, Kiyla, 6, and Inga, 7. The park is 7.9 acres and named after Otto Alexander Brown, a Hockinson native who made a wooden bicycle.

Otto Brown Neighborhood Park, with quirky naming story, opens

Children play at the grand opening of Otto Brown Neighborhood Park. Bryan Kast, right, whose family helped name the park, plays with his daughters — from left, Zeana, 8, Kiyla, 6, and Inga, 7. The park is 7.9 acres and named after Otto Alexander Brown, a Hockinson native who made a wooden bicycle.

August 25, 2018, 8:33pm Clark County News

Nearly 100 people gathered for the grand opening of Otto Brown Neighborhood Park on a mild Saturday morning, the culmination of two decades of financing, planning and construction. Read story

Sifton Plaza, the site of a fatal arson last year, is currently for sale, as seen Monday afternoon.

Owner opts to sell Sifton Market

Sifton Plaza, the site of a fatal arson last year, is currently for sale, as seen Monday afternoon.

August 23, 2018, 6:01am Clark County News

A convenience store that last year was the site of a fatal three-alarm fire is now up for sale. Read story

Everybody Has a Story: All was peachy until they picked up hitchhiking soldier

August 22, 2018, 6:00am Clark County Life

It’s peach season! Not only are they tasty fruits, they remind me of an incident when I was a tyke. Read story

Tracy and Ty Camp pose at the entrance to the grow room at Sunshine Farms. Ty Camp owns the business, but Tracy Camp ultimately lost her banking job as a result.

Marijuana banking backlash snares Vancouver couple

Tracy and Ty Camp pose at the entrance to the grow room at Sunshine Farms. Ty Camp owns the business, but Tracy Camp ultimately lost her banking job as a result.

August 19, 2018, 6:02am Business

Ty and Tracy Camp have been together for 11 years, and married for seven, but they rarely mix their finances. Read story