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Clark County deputies respond to prank call for active shooter at Heritage High School

November 22, 2022, 11:44am Clark County News

A prank caller claiming that several students had been shot at Heritage High School prompted a large law enforcement response Tuesday morning.  Read story

Vancouver firefighters battle blaze in commercial building

November 15, 2022, 1:51pm Clark County News

Firefighters extinguished a two-alarm fire early Tuesday morning at an Orchards business complex. Read story

Randy Studer volunteers his time to care for Wilson Bridge Cemetery. He undertakes extensive preparations for Veterans Day and Memorial Day.

Lone volunteer takes responsibility for upkeep of pioneer Wilson Bridge Cemetery

Randy Studer volunteers his time to care for Wilson Bridge Cemetery. He undertakes extensive preparations for Veterans Day and Memorial Day.

November 13, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Life

Many living people seem to think that the environs of dead people are cared for by invisible angels. Read story

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Pursuit of reckless Clark County pickup driver ends with pepperball munitions

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November 3, 2022, 10:12am Clark County News

A man was arrested early Wednesday morning after allegedly driving recklessly through Orchards and Hockinson and refusing to stop for responding Clark County sheriff’s deputies. Read story

Vancouver set to unveil its new Fire Station 11

October 18, 2022, 5:58am Clark County News

People of all ages are invited to celebrate the grand opening of Fire Station 11, Vancouver’s first expansion in its fire services network in 12 years. Read story

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Clark County deputies subdue man with less-lethal round in Orchards

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October 13, 2022, 11:02am Clark County News

Clark County sheriff’s deputies used less-lethal rounds to subdue a man who they say was threatening to shoot people Wednesday night in Orchards. Read story

Teacher Patty Alway, right, talks with journalism students during a lesson on ethics at Prairie High School. The school's newspaper, which is among the few student-run newspapers in Clark County, is beginning a new year with a new staff. At top, a print edition of the Falcon Flyer, published in May, served as a testament to the year's senior class and the many trials and tribulations they faced during high school.

Prairie High School teacher looks to rebuild student newspaper

Teacher Patty Alway, right, talks with journalism students during a lesson on ethics at Prairie High School. The school's newspaper, which is among the few student-run newspapers in Clark County, is beginning a new year with a new staff. At top, a print edition of the Falcon Flyer, published in May, served as a testament to the year's senior class and the many trials and tribulations they faced during high school.

September 27, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

High school newspapers have long served as training grounds for journalists, including many at The Columbian. Now these publications — known best for their coverage of the Friday night football game or student activism — are becoming a rarity in Clark County. Read story

Intersection of N.E. 99th Street, N.E. 94th Ave. to close for at least 20 days

September 16, 2022, 5:59am Clark County News

The intersection of Northeast 99th Street and Northeast 94th Avenue will be closed starting Monday, Sept. 26 for at least 20 days; however, it may be extended longer. Read story

Clark County event to honor troops who never came home

September 13, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

The public is encouraged to join local veterans on POW/MIA Day to honor service members who were prisoners of war or never returned home. Read story

Shopper Lyubov Igumnov of Vancouver leaves Bi-Zi Farms with a cart full of fresh produce on Monday afternoon. The farm is gearing up to celebrate its 150th anniversary with an event on Sunday.

Clark County’s Bi-Zi Farms to celebrate 150th anniversary

Shopper Lyubov Igumnov of Vancouver leaves Bi-Zi Farms with a cart full of fresh produce on Monday afternoon. The farm is gearing up to celebrate its 150th anniversary with an event on Sunday.

September 13, 2022, 6:02am Business

One of Clark County’s few remaining centennial farms has reached a major milestone. The Zimmerman family and Bi-Zi Farms will celebrate 150 years of farming on Sunday with a special anniversary party open to the public. Read story