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Robert Pinedo, who lives and works in Vancouver, strolls past the Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater during his lunch break. The Archdiocese of Seattle announced its final plans to consolidate its 136 parishes into just 60 parish families.

3 ‘parish families’ ahead: Catholic parishes in Clark County revamped in Seattle archdiocese plan

Robert Pinedo, who lives and works in Vancouver, strolls past the Proto-Cathedral of St. James the Greater during his lunch break. The Archdiocese of Seattle announced its final plans to consolidate its 136 parishes into just 60 parish families.

February 7, 2024, 6:06am Churches & Religion

Local Catholic churches have fewer engaged parishioners, a shortage of priests, dwindling finances and deteriorating campuses, leading the Archdiocese of Seattle to consolidate 136 parishes into 60. Read story

The Waterfront Gateway project is expected to bridge downtown Vancouver to the waterfront district.

Vancouver’s Waterfront Gateway Project ‘creating a place for people to connect year-round’

The Waterfront Gateway project is expected to bridge downtown Vancouver to the waterfront district.

February 6, 2024, 6:05am Business

Vancouver officials are seeking feedback on the design of the central plaza behind City Hall, a key piece of the Waterfront Gateway project that aims to connect downtown to the waterfront district. Read story

Biotech company, CytoDyn, which is headquartered at 1111 Main Street, pictured, say they&#039;re about to start testing a coronavirus treatment drug, as seen Monday afternoon, March 16, 2020.

Vancouver biotechnology company CytoDyn faces another lawsuit

Biotech company, CytoDyn, which is headquartered at 1111 Main Street, pictured, say they&#039;re about to start testing a coronavirus treatment drug, as seen Monday afternoon, March 16, 2020.

February 2, 2024, 6:01am Business

Vancouver biotechnology company CytoDyn is facing another lawsuit, this one filed Monday in the Delaware Court of Chancery. Read story

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Speed a factor in semi crash that blocked all lanes of I-5 South on the bridge

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February 1, 2024, 7:18am Clark County News

A flipped semi blocked all southbound lanes of traffic on the Interstate 5 Bridge on Wednesday night causing long backups and delays for travelers.  Read story

Carly Martinez-Torres and her dad, Salvador, were glad to receive a free book at FISH of Vancouver on a recent morning.

FISH of Vancouver now feeds hungry bodies and minds by offering free books

Carly Martinez-Torres and her dad, Salvador, were glad to receive a free book at FISH of Vancouver on a recent morning.

February 1, 2024, 6:05am Clark County Health

For well over half a century, nonprofit agency FISH of Vancouver has worked to feed hungry bodies with free food. Read story

Burgerville Chief Executive Officer Ed Casey led the company through a year with record sales and profitability and is now expanding the restaurant chain into new Northwest markets.

Burgerville expands, adding first new location in 8 years

Burgerville Chief Executive Officer Ed Casey led the company through a year with record sales and profitability and is now expanding the restaurant chain into new Northwest markets.

January 31, 2024, 6:08am Business

After a record sales year, Burgerville is entering an era of growth. Read story

Tax help available for residents of Clark, Skamania counties

January 31, 2024, 5:57am Churches & Religion

Tax season is here and the AARP in Clark and Skamania counties is offering assistance. Read story

Angela Wall, President of Magenta Theater&rsquo;s board of directors, Eileen Leyva, Magenta Theater&rsquo;s managing director, The Columbian files, Magenta Theater volunteer and actor Angela Wall, the new president of Magenta&rsquo;s board of directors, was seen onstage in &ldquo;Vintage Hitchcock&rdquo; in 2022.

Magenta makeover: New management aims for more inclusive, representative theater in Vancouver

Angela Wall, President of Magenta Theater&rsquo;s board of directors, Eileen Leyva, Magenta Theater&rsquo;s managing director, The Columbian files, Magenta Theater volunteer and actor Angela Wall, the new president of Magenta&rsquo;s board of directors, was seen onstage in &ldquo;Vintage Hitchcock&rdquo; in 2022.

January 27, 2024, 6:13am Clark County Life

It’s not unusual for volunteer-driven nonprofit organizations to suffer a fair amount of churn and burn, given the perpetual need for free labor, potential for confusion about management and decision-making, and inevitable conflicts that arise as “shared vision” turns out to be not so shared after all. Read story

A ship cruises past the shoreline at Frenchman&rsquo;s Bar Regional Park under overcast, drizzly conditions Friday morning. With daytime temperatures expected to reach the upper 50s and even low 60s beginning Sunday, melting snow from higher elevations could raise river levels.

Warming temperatures mean rising water around Southwest Washington

A ship cruises past the shoreline at Frenchman&rsquo;s Bar Regional Park under overcast, drizzly conditions Friday morning. With daytime temperatures expected to reach the upper 50s and even low 60s beginning Sunday, melting snow from higher elevations could raise river levels.

January 26, 2024, 7:15pm Clark County News

Recent steady rainfall has melted away the snow and ice that blanketed Southwest Washington last week. While that’s good news for drivers tired of slippery roads and treacherous streets, it also means the region’s rivers and streams are nearly filled to the brim. Read story

M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust gives $7.5 million to Washington nonprofits

January 26, 2024, 5:57am Clark County Health

The M.J. Murdock Charitable Trust published its fall 2023 grants report Thursday, announcing 94 grants to nonprofits across the Pacific Northwest totaling $21.9 million. Read story