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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

Part of a vacant lot at West 11th Street and Daniels Street will be the location of the third Safe Stay community, the city of Vancouver announced Tuesday. The lot is shown from the front steps of Briar Rose Inn on Sept. 14.

Downtown Vancouver eyed to host city’s third Safe Stay Community for homeless people

Part of a vacant lot at West 11th Street and Daniels Street will be the location of the third Safe Stay community, the city of Vancouver announced Tuesday. The lot is shown from the front steps of Briar Rose Inn on Sept. 14.

October 12, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

The city of Vancouver announced Tuesday that it intends to transform a vacant downtown lot that was previously the site of New Heights Church as the site for the city’s third Safe Stay Community. Read story

Crews unload a nacelle, the piece where the blades and turbine of a wind turbine meet, from a ship at the Port of Vancouver in March 2019. The port has sought to position itself as a major wind energy import destination in recent years.

U.S. awards $4.1 million to Vancouver shipping company Tidewater for electric cranes

Crews unload a nacelle, the piece where the blades and turbine of a wind turbine meet, from a ship at the Port of Vancouver in March 2019. The port has sought to position itself as a major wind energy import destination in recent years.

October 11, 2022, 5:20pm Business

A shipping company at the Port of Vancouver is expected to receive millions in federal funding for new equipment to improve its operations for containerized cargo while simultaneously cutting emissions. Read story

Stephen A. Lubeck, 29, makes a first appearance Monday in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of vehicular homicide and operating a vessel while under the influence.

Man accused of vehicular homicide in fatal Vancouver jet ski crash

Stephen A. Lubeck, 29, makes a first appearance Monday in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of vehicular homicide and operating a vessel while under the influence.

October 10, 2022, 12:14pm Clark County News

A judge ordered a Vancouver man be held on $250,000 bail in connection with a fatal jet ski crash Sunday night in the Columbia River near the Waterfront Vancouver. Read story

Joe Kent, right, smiles as he speaks on a panel with others at the RV Inn Style Resort Convention Center on Sept. 8, 2022. Kent is running against Marie Gluesenkamp Perez in a race in Washington???s Third Congressional District.

Election conspiracies cast a shadow over GOP, Washington midterms

Joe Kent, right, smiles as he speaks on a panel with others at the RV Inn Style Resort Convention Center on Sept. 8, 2022. Kent is running against Marie Gluesenkamp Perez in a race in Washington???s Third Congressional District.

October 10, 2022, 6:05am Clark County Politics

On a Thursday night in early September, 500 people paid $15 to hear an ex-Army captain and a high school math teacher regale them with tales of secret algorithms and suspicious voting trends. Read story

Pink Lemonade Project CEO Susan Stearns, right, talks with Portland resident Nicole Bell on Sept. 8 at The Standard Volunteer Expo at Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland. The nonprofit is trying to recruit more volunteers and raise its profile.

Vancouver-based Pink Lemonade Project emerges from pandemic bigger, stronger

Pink Lemonade Project CEO Susan Stearns, right, talks with Portland resident Nicole Bell on Sept. 8 at The Standard Volunteer Expo at Pioneer Courthouse Square in Portland. The nonprofit is trying to recruit more volunteers and raise its profile.

October 9, 2022, 6:05am Breast Cancer

The Vancouver-based Pink Lemonade Project is growing exponentially. Read story

Paul Danzer, a longtime local sports reporter, listens as colleagues and friends extol his virtues during a tree-planting ceremony dedicated to him at Biddlewood Park in Vancouver.

Tree planting salutes long-time sports journalist Paul Danzer

Paul Danzer, a longtime local sports reporter, listens as colleagues and friends extol his virtues during a tree-planting ceremony dedicated to him at Biddlewood Park in Vancouver.

October 8, 2022, 6:34pm Clark County News

Local sportswriter Paul Danzer never expected anyone to plant a tree in his name. So, when dozens of people gathered late Saturday morning at Biddlewood Park to establish a whole grove of 22 trees, he was amazed. Read story

Greater Vancouver Chamber 2022 Business and Leadership Awards

October 8, 2022, 5:33am Community

The Greater Vancouver Chamber recently announced the 2022 Business & Leadership Awards. Four outstanding business owners and leaders were recognized for their dedication and service to the community this past year. The Start-Up to Watch Award went to Pop-Local. This honor looks at businesses that are up to their first… Read story

Tony Johnson, chairman of the Chinook Indian Nation, speaks out in favor of federal recognition for the Chinook tribe, which continues to suffer poverty and poor health while other tribes move ahead, he said. More than 100 Chinook people and allies gathered Friday on Vancouver's Officers Row for a show of political support for the Chinook Restoration Act.

Chinook Indian Nation members rally for recognition in Vancouver

Tony Johnson, chairman of the Chinook Indian Nation, speaks out in favor of federal recognition for the Chinook tribe, which continues to suffer poverty and poor health while other tribes move ahead, he said. More than 100 Chinook people and allies gathered Friday on Vancouver's Officers Row for a show of political support for the Chinook Restoration Act.

October 7, 2022, 2:44pm Clark County News

More than 100 members of the Chinook Indian Nation, and their local friends and allies, gathered Friday on Vancouver’s Officers Row to show support for federal tribal recognition. They urged congressional leaders to pass the Chinook Restoration Act, bringing benefits to the tribe and starting the process of establishing a… Read story

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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