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Fabulous Felida: From natural beauty to tasty eats and drinks, Felida delights

July 25, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

a neighborhood on the western edge of Clark County, north of the Lakeshore area but south of Ridgefield — have to do with cats? Until last week, I’d have said… Read story

Fort Vancouver Lions Club member honored with fellowship

July 18, 2021, 5:40am Community

Fort Vancouver Lions member Doug Wilson was presented a Melvin Jones Fellowship by the club on June 25 at the Salmon Creek United Methodist Church. Read story

Julia Swanson, fourth-year medical student at Washington State University School of Medicine, left, joins Dr. Viet Nguyen as they work with a patient in the dermatology office at Vancouver Clinic Salmon Creek on a recent weekday. Dr. Nguyen has worked at the clinic for six years and the vast majority of his work is diagnosing skin cancer. "I would love to see fewer cases of skin cancer as time goes on. I think I spend most of my time looking and finding and treating skin cancers. And nothing would make me happier than if people were able to protect themselves enough from the sun that they didn't need to see me," he said.

Working in Clark County: Dr. Viet Nguyen, dermatologist at Vancouver Clinic

Julia Swanson, fourth-year medical student at Washington State University School of Medicine, left, joins Dr. Viet Nguyen as they work with a patient in the dermatology office at Vancouver Clinic Salmon Creek on a recent weekday. Dr. Nguyen has worked at the clinic for six years and the vast majority of his work is diagnosing skin cancer. "I would love to see fewer cases of skin cancer as time goes on. I think I spend most of my time looking and finding and treating skin cancers. And nothing would make me happier than if people were able to protect themselves enough from the sun that they didn't need to see me," he said.

July 6, 2021, 6:08am Business

For all the joys it brings, the sun can be a dangerous thing, and dermatologists know this all too well. Read story

Taylor Loewen, Southwest Washington manager for Ridwell, sits on a bale of clamshells collected for recycling by Green Impact Plastics. Ridwell, which collects hard-to-recycle items, is launching service in Vancouver, Hazel Dell and Salmon Creek.

Ridwell launches collection of hard-to-recycle items in Vancouver

Taylor Loewen, Southwest Washington manager for Ridwell, sits on a bale of clamshells collected for recycling by Green Impact Plastics. Ridwell, which collects hard-to-recycle items, is launching service in Vancouver, Hazel Dell and Salmon Creek.

June 17, 2021, 12:04pm Clark County Life

If you are piling up plastic grocery bags, ratty clothes and burnt-out lightbulbs that you can’t bring yourself to throw into the garbage bin because you’re just sure there must be a better way to dispose of them, well, you’re right. Read story

Dr. Kristin Lottig, 50, a pediatrician at Kaiser Permanente's Salmon Creek Clinic, emphasizes that vaccines are safe and effective, including for children. "While most kids do fine and get through the flu or maybe they'll have a mild complication, there are some kids who do get really sick and die every year.

Working in Clark County: Dr. Kristin Lottig, pediatrician at Kaiser

Dr. Kristin Lottig, 50, a pediatrician at Kaiser Permanente's Salmon Creek Clinic, emphasizes that vaccines are safe and effective, including for children. "While most kids do fine and get through the flu or maybe they'll have a mild complication, there are some kids who do get really sick and die every year.

June 12, 2021, 6:03am Business

Pediatrician Dr. Kristin Lottig has been busy over the last year assuaging concerns from parents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read story

Sen. Ann Rivers, center, takes a question from the crowd as she discusses children and COVID-19 masks at Felida Park on Thursday. Rivers, R-La Center, met with constituents to talk about masks, social distancing and virus testing in schools.

Sen. Ann Rivers Q&A turns into anti-mask rally at Felida Park

Sen. Ann Rivers, center, takes a question from the crowd as she discusses children and COVID-19 masks at Felida Park on Thursday. Rivers, R-La Center, met with constituents to talk about masks, social distancing and virus testing in schools.

June 10, 2021, 7:06pm Clark County News

A plan to hold a low-key Q&A session with state Sen. Ann Rivers at Felida Park escalated into a rally Thursday afternoon, with around 200 people gathering to protest against mask mandates and vaccine guidelines in Washington’s schools. Read story

A Thirsty Sasquatch employee hangs new LGBTQ Pride banners Wednesday. Vandals tore down the old banners and smeared feces on the premises.

Vandals deface Felida park with swastikas, tear down Pride banners at Vancouver taproom

A Thirsty Sasquatch employee hangs new LGBTQ Pride banners Wednesday. Vandals tore down the old banners and smeared feces on the premises.

June 9, 2021, 6:47pm Clark County News

Two separate incidents involving hate were reported this week in Vancouver’s Uptown Village and in Felida. Read story

Colleen Scott

Skyview High School student selected to study in Germany

Colleen Scott

May 30, 2021, 5:54am Community

NORTH SALMON CREEK — Skyview High School student Colleen Scott was one of 250 students in the United States awarded the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange scholarship for the 2021-2022 academic year. The exchange program, known as CBYX, is co-sponsored by the U.S. Department of State and German Bundestag (Parliament). Conditions permitting,… Read story

Sara Scheetz, photographed in 2018 for a story on a nonprofit she co-founded, appeared in court for allegedly stealing nearly $62,000 from a Felida senior living facility.

Vancouver woman in court in alleged theft from Felida senior living facility

Sara Scheetz, photographed in 2018 for a story on a nonprofit she co-founded, appeared in court for allegedly stealing nearly $62,000 from a Felida senior living facility.

May 27, 2021, 2:24pm Clark County News

A Vancouver woman appeared Wednesday in Clark County Superior Court for allegedly stealing nearly $62,000 from a Felida senior living facility. Read story