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Clark County’s League of Women Voters planning series of candidate forums

September 13, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

Candidates in multiple Clark County races are scheduled to participate in public forums leading up to the November general election. Read story

Working in Clark County: Pamela Richey Curtis, Belle Flower Farm

August 27, 2022, 6:02am Business

Putting on a large event like a wedding, birthday party or baby shower can be overwhelming, especially when it comes to decorations. Local florist Pamela Richey Curtis believes that all… Read story

This tub came with the writer all the way from prewar Eastern Europe.

Everybody Has a Story: Tub brings back memories of mom

This tub came with the writer all the way from prewar Eastern Europe.

August 21, 2022, 6:05am Clark County Life

My mother’s name was Mihalina but everyone called her Matka, which is Polish for “mother.” She was uneducated but spoke six languages. She was the smartest, kindest, wisest and most industrious woman I have ever known. Read story

Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center gets 5-star rating

August 5, 2022, 6:03am Business

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services awarded Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center its highest rating, five stars, for its 2021 overall hospital quality star ratings. Read story

University Village will include 140 independent living units and 26 cottage-style units, along with 101 assisted-living apartments. A partnership with WSU Vancouver will connect seniors with learning, and students and faculty with seniors.

Senior living community, WSU Vancouver team up to benefit residents, students

University Village will include 140 independent living units and 26 cottage-style units, along with 101 assisted-living apartments. A partnership with WSU Vancouver will connect seniors with learning, and students and faculty with seniors.

August 4, 2022, 6:06am Business

When people think of students and universities, they usually don’t think of seniors. But research shows that staying intellectually engaged and learning new skills as we age can improve quality of life and even ward off Alzheimer’s disease. Read story

Owner Stacey Medak stands behind the bar for a portrait Friday at Cork & Bubbles, an upcoming champagne and wine bar in Felida.

Cork & Bubbles brings bubbly to Felida Village

Owner Stacey Medak stands behind the bar for a portrait Friday at Cork & Bubbles, an upcoming champagne and wine bar in Felida.

August 4, 2022, 6:02am Business

Bette Davis once said, “There comes a time in every woman’s life when the only thing that helps is a glass of Champagne.” Despite an abundance of wine bars and tasting rooms, there aren’t many places in Clark County to indulge in Ms. Davis’ prescribed bubbly therapy. Read story

SALMON CREEK: Liberty Bible Church has selected Keith Ritter, a U.S. Navy chaplain and longtime pastor, to be its lead pastor starting Aug. 21.

Liberty Bible Church appoints new pastor

SALMON CREEK: Liberty Bible Church has selected Keith Ritter, a U.S. Navy chaplain and longtime pastor, to be its lead pastor starting Aug. 21.

July 30, 2022, 5:48am Community

Liberty Bible Church has selected Keith Ritter, a U.S. Navy chaplain and longtime pastor, to be its lead pastor starting Aug. 21. Read story

Local real estate brokers from Windermere Northwest Living recently hosted their 38th Annual Community Service Day in June.

Windermere Northwest Living hosts 38th Annual Community Service Day

Local real estate brokers from Windermere Northwest Living recently hosted their 38th Annual Community Service Day in June.

July 16, 2022, 5:40am Community

Local real estate brokers from Windermere Northwest Living recently hosted their 38th Annual Community Service Day in June. This summer tradition sees the company’s nearly 300 offices across the Western United States close their doors to allow brokers, managers, owners and staff to devote their workday to projects that positively… Read story

Wooden shelves hold varieties of canned vegetables and fruits.

Second Mile Marketplace canning classes promise a taste of sunshine in winter

Wooden shelves hold varieties of canned vegetables and fruits.

July 15, 2022, 6:00am Clark County Life

Jewel-toned berries ranging from plump triangular strawberries to delicate knobby raspberries, tender asparagus spears and sweet round peas have finally filled the local farmers markets. Read story

Katie Clark, a senior at Columbia River High School, was recently accepted to the FEMA National Youth Preparedness Council and the Red Cross National Youth Council -- two programs that accept just over a dozen U.S. students each year.

Columbia River High student joins FEMA, Red Cross councils to share youth perspectives

Katie Clark, a senior at Columbia River High School, was recently accepted to the FEMA National Youth Preparedness Council and the Red Cross National Youth Council -- two programs that accept just over a dozen U.S. students each year.

July 8, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

Somewhat of a human sponge, Katie Clark has an affinity for soaking up knowledge whenever she gets the chance. Read story