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Salmon Creek & Felida

Vancouver Radiologists announces merger

August 1, 2020, 6:02am Business

Vancouver Radiologists has merged with Lynwood-based Radia Inc., one of the largest radiology groups in the United States. Read story

Little lost fawn takes leap of faith

July 26, 2020, 6:02am Clark County Life

My brother and I love to kayak in Speelyai Bay on Lake Merwin. The amazing abundance of birds there is reason enough: Canada geese, kingfishers, eagles, cormorants, blue herons, osprey and mergansers—including the elusive and uncommon hooded merganser. But this true story is about a four-legged creature that joined us… Read story

Jaelyn Sotelo chosen as ambassador for tobacco-free kids campaign

July 25, 2020, 6:00am Community

SALMON CREEK —Skyview High School student Jaelyn Sotelo, 17, was named a National Youth and Young Adult Ambassador by the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. Read story

Hospice receives grant from Longview organization

July 25, 2020, 6:00am Community

SALMON CREEK — The Health Care Foundation, based in Longview, gave Community Home Health & Hospice a $50,000 grant. Read story

Goodwill reopens last Clark County store

July 23, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

Goodwill Industries of the Columbia Willamette has announced that its store and donation site at 14300 N.E. 20th Ave. in Salmon Creek will reopen today. Read story

Connie Wellman refashioned clothes from her niece, Ashanti Conde, who disappeared two years ago when she was 29. Wellman, pictured outside her Felida home, couldn't part with the clothing.

Grieving Felida woman stitches tribute to missing niece

Connie Wellman refashioned clothes from her niece, Ashanti Conde, who disappeared two years ago when she was 29. Wellman, pictured outside her Felida home, couldn't part with the clothing.

July 9, 2020, 6:01am Clark County Life

Connie Wellman has feared the worst since her niece disappeared two years ago. She last saw Ashanti Conde, then 29, in February 2018. Read story

Clark College in Vancouver.

ICE order for international students raises alarm at Clark College

Clark College in Vancouver.

July 9, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

International students whose colleges are holding classes online-only this fall must either leave the country or face deportation, Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced Monday. Read story

Mark Roskam, who died unexpectedly on Father's Day, will be remembered for his work with homeless people at Open House Ministries.

Mark Roskam, champion of homeless people in Vancouver, dies at 63

Mark Roskam, who died unexpectedly on Father's Day, will be remembered for his work with homeless people at Open House Ministries.

July 3, 2020, 6:13pm Clark County News

Mark Roskam, a man who believed in God and that the homeless people he served could break the cycle of poverty, died suddenly on Father’s Day. He was 63. Read story

Clark College student body president and new graduate Evans Kaame is pictured at Clark College in Vancouver.

Clark College grad overcomes denial to pursue his destiny

Clark College student body president and new graduate Evans Kaame is pictured at Clark College in Vancouver.

June 19, 2020, 6:30am Clark County News

Denied. Denied. Denied. That's what Evans Kaame, a 23-year-old Clark College graduate, watched in 2018 as he waited in line to apply for a student visa to the United States. Read story

Mahealani Mackenzie, 20, left, Maile Taute, 16, Ellie Buss, 15, and Amaya Yoshinobu, 14, perform hula during a driveway concert in front of Kaloku Holt's home in Whipple Creek.

2020 shaping up to be the summer of driveway concerts in Clark Countyvideo icon

Mahealani Mackenzie, 20, left, Maile Taute, 16, Ellie Buss, 15, and Amaya Yoshinobu, 14, perform hula during a driveway concert in front of Kaloku Holt's home in Whipple Creek.

June 14, 2020, 6:02am Clark County Life

The aloha spirit was on warm display in one corner of a Whipple Creek neighborhood on a recent Friday night. Read story