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Above, Mayor Pro Tem Ty Stober looks over an informational panel about artist James Lee Hansen after he unveiled his latest 34-panel installation at the corner of Esther and Cascade streets on Friday. The collection of 5-by-5-foot squares on the underpass in downtown Vancouver were salvaged from the Clark County Title Company Building before it was demolished in 2019.

Concrete sculpture finds new home near Vancouver waterfront

Above, Mayor Pro Tem Ty Stober looks over an informational panel about artist James Lee Hansen after he unveiled his latest 34-panel installation at the corner of Esther and Cascade streets on Friday. The collection of 5-by-5-foot squares on the underpass in downtown Vancouver were salvaged from the Clark County Title Company Building before it was demolished in 2019.

October 29, 2022, 6:07am Clark County News

James Lee Hansen’s work installed at Esther Street underpass Read story

Third information session set for Vancouver Safe Stay Community

October 18, 2022, 6:00am Clark County News

The city of Vancouver added a third information session for community members to provide feedback on its third Safe Stay Community for people experiencing unsheltered homelessness. Read story

On Monday, the Vancouver City Council unanimously approved naming this park after Ida Bell Jones, a prominent figure in Vancouver's Black community after World War II. The park is located in the Rose Village neighborhood, where Jones once lived.

Vancouver City Council names park after Ida Bell Jones

On Monday, the Vancouver City Council unanimously approved naming this park after Ida Bell Jones, a prominent figure in Vancouver's Black community after World War II. The park is located in the Rose Village neighborhood, where Jones once lived.

October 13, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

For some of those who look to landmarks to tell the history of their community, the past may seem quiet — almost as if it’s missing. Read story

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

Vancouver City Council to review budget

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

October 7, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

The Vancouver City Council is scheduled to spend the coming six weeks closely reviewing a proposed 2023-2024 biennial budget. Read story

Vancouver resident Cathryn Chudy testifies in front of the Vancouver City Council in 2015 against a proposed oil terminal.

Vancouver council enacts permanent ban of fossil fuel facilities

Vancouver resident Cathryn Chudy testifies in front of the Vancouver City Council in 2015 against a proposed oil terminal.

October 4, 2022, 11:32am Clark County News

After years of employing temporary moratoriums on new fossil fuel developments, the city of Vancouver can finally lift its hold now that protective zoning codes are in place. Read story

The Vancouver City Council has signed a contract with Axon Enterprises to provide the Vancouver Police Department with body-worn cameras, as shown here in 2019 in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D.

Vancouver police body-cams project ahead of schedule

The Vancouver City Council has signed a contract with Axon Enterprises to provide the Vancouver Police Department with body-worn cameras, as shown here in 2019 in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D.

October 4, 2022, 10:13am Clark County News

The city of Vancouver is expected to roll out its long-awaited camera initiative to strengthen trust between police and the public ahead of schedule after receiving a large grant from the U.S. Department of Justice. Read story

After watching a mock fight during an academy class at the Washington Criminal Justice Training Center in Burien, Washington on Wednesday, August 18, 2021, Steve Woodward, left, a TAC officer with the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission, gives advice and instructions regarding improvements that can be made regarding how the recruits handled the situation.  At center is recruit Chad Sommerfield, with the Everett Police Department, second from right is recruit Ryan Rich and at far right is recruit Seth Anderson, both with the Vancouver Police Department. (Ellen M.

Vancouver City Council backs state’s plan to add regional police academies

After watching a mock fight during an academy class at the Washington Criminal Justice Training Center in Burien, Washington on Wednesday, August 18, 2021, Steve Woodward, left, a TAC officer with the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission, gives advice and instructions regarding improvements that can be made regarding how the recruits handled the situation.  At center is recruit Chad Sommerfield, with the Everett Police Department, second from right is recruit Ryan Rich and at far right is recruit Seth Anderson, both with the Vancouver Police Department. (Ellen M.

September 27, 2022, 5:44pm Clark County News

Vancouver has joined other Southwest Washington municipalities to advocate for a training facility that may ease strain felt by law enforcement agencies across Washington. Read story

Construction on Main Street will be done to beautify the street in the next couple of years. Businesses will be impacted during the construction and after.

Plans are afoot to remake downtown Vancouver portion of Main Street

Construction on Main Street will be done to beautify the street in the next couple of years. Businesses will be impacted during the construction and after.

September 25, 2022, 6:05am Business

Much of the design of 10-block corridor’s face-lift will depend on public input Read story

A grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at Miles Terrace, 1503 Esther St., on Friday. The event included speakers and a tour of the new facility.

Vancouver to ask voters to renew Affordable Housing Fund

A grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at Miles Terrace, 1503 Esther St., on Friday. The event included speakers and a tour of the new facility.

September 20, 2022, 4:42pm Clark County News

The city of Vancouver will ask voters in 2023 to renew the Affordable Housing Fund, its largest community resource addressing low-income housing, before it expires that same year. Read story

Vancouver City Hall (The Columbian files)

Vancouver seeks staff help to refine its climate strategies

Vancouver City Hall (The Columbian files)

September 20, 2022, 2:59pm Clark County News

After months of consuming detailed analyses exploring leading-edge climate strategies, the Vancouver City Council is hoping to see a plan come back for an adoption vote. Read story