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Former Vancouver police officer faces perjury charges over claims about job experience

July 19, 2024, 4:53pm Clark County News

Prosecutors have filed perjury charges against a former Vancouver police officer accused of lying about his job experience when applying for search warrants in some of his assigned cases. Read story

Vancouver Fire Department sees slight drop in overdoses with new Narcan leave-behind program

July 18, 2024, 3:34pm Clark County Health

In 2023, the Vancouver Fire Department responded to one to two overdoses a day on average, according to the department. Read story

Treva and Jonathan Wittner, former residents at Hope Village, moved into housing and are now outreach workers at two of the city of Vancouver's Safe Stay villages.

After overcoming addiction and homelessness, couple help others find hope

Treva and Jonathan Wittner, former residents at Hope Village, moved into housing and are now outreach workers at two of the city of Vancouver's Safe Stay villages.

July 18, 2024, 6:09am Clark County News

Jonathan and Treva Wittner strolled across a walkway adorned with the message “Hope is here” — a testament to their journey. Read story

Nancy Newton, from left, Lon Pluckham and Jonathan Young are the finalists for the city manager position with the city of Vancouver.

Three finalists in the running for Vancouver city manager position

Nancy Newton, from left, Lon Pluckham and Jonathan Young are the finalists for the city manager position with the city of Vancouver.

July 17, 2024, 4:42pm Clark County News

Three candidates have been selected as finalists for Vancouver’s open city manager position. Read story

The Chase family &mdash; clockwise from bottom left, Otis, 9, Jason, 14, Nate, 11, and Lisa &mdash; eat together on Tuesday during a Share Vancouver Summer Meals Program service at Cascade Park Community Library in east Vancouver. The program provides daily free lunches to youth 18 and younger between June 24 and Aug. 9.

Share’s Summer Meal Program moves into apartment complexes to feed more Clark County children

The Chase family &mdash; clockwise from bottom left, Otis, 9, Jason, 14, Nate, 11, and Lisa &mdash; eat together on Tuesday during a Share Vancouver Summer Meals Program service at Cascade Park Community Library in east Vancouver. The program provides daily free lunches to youth 18 and younger between June 24 and Aug. 9.

July 17, 2024, 6:06am Clark County News

Nine-year-old Otis Chase was excited to reread one of his favorite books, Pablo Cartaya’s “The Last Beekeeper.” But he needed to wolf down his lunch first. Read story

Blend peas, spinach, basil, garlic and lemon juice into this punchy summer pesto.

Presto pesto: Peas, spinach and basil mix with pasta for simple supper

Blend peas, spinach, basil, garlic and lemon juice into this punchy summer pesto.

July 17, 2024, 6:06am Clark County Life

Many years ago I attended a “knitters and natters” knitting circle at a friend’s house. It was a lively group of creative, clever and accomplished women. We’d bring a potluck dinner and the host would make cocktails. The cocktails did not help with the knitting, but they sure helped with… Read story

The Vancouver City Council is considering action that would help protect and retain mobile home parks, like Vancouver Mobile Terrace, in the city.

Vancouver City Council considers zoning district to protect city’s mobile home parks

The Vancouver City Council is considering action that would help protect and retain mobile home parks, like Vancouver Mobile Terrace, in the city.

July 16, 2024, 5:37pm Clark County News

The city of Vancouver is considering more short-term zoning changes to increase the city’s housing options, most notably a mobile home park zoning district that would help preserve the less-expensive homes. Read story

A real giveaway contest by Burgerville was targeted by scammers trying to get credit card information from people who comments on the Facebook post.

Fake Facebook account tried to use a real Burgerville giveaway to scam followers

A real giveaway contest by Burgerville was targeted by scammers trying to get credit card information from people who comments on the Facebook post.

July 16, 2024, 12:47pm Business

Customers hoping to win a Burgerville gift card through a Facebook promotion instead discovered a fake account was trying to scam them. Read story

Silver Keys Media produced the film &ldquo;The Matahari Agency: Seeds of Deception.&rdquo; (Contributed photos)

Vancouver’s close-up: Film showcase puts spotlight on city, local filmmakers

Silver Keys Media produced the film &ldquo;The Matahari Agency: Seeds of Deception.&rdquo; (Contributed photos)

July 16, 2024, 6:05am Clark County Life

Vancouver USA might not be known for its thriving film industry, but our corner of Southwest Washington is making its mark on the silver screen. The work of several local production companies will be highlighted at the first Vancouver Film Showcase, 7 p.m. Thursday at the Kiggins Theatre. Read story

Construction of Highway 500 pedestrian crossing to begin Thursday

July 15, 2024, 5:51pm Clark County News

Construction of a new pedestrian crossing along state Highway 500 at Northeast Stapleton Road and 54th Avenue in Vancouver will begin Thursday. Read story