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Everybody Has a Story: Racism divides neighbors, friends

July 19, 2020, 6:05am Clark County Life

In this time of racial unrest, one might wish to believe that systemic racism does not permeate our society and yet it does. Read story

McKenna Babikoff of Battle Ground prays during a rally supporting police at Esther Short Park in downtown Vancouver on Saturday. The rally was part of a national movement called Bridge the Blue.

Vancouver rally shows support for law enforcement

McKenna Babikoff of Battle Ground prays during a rally supporting police at Esther Short Park in downtown Vancouver on Saturday. The rally was part of a national movement called Bridge the Blue.

July 18, 2020, 6:38pm Clark County News

Around 200 people gathered Saturday morning in downtown Vancouver to show their support for law enforcement officers. Read story

Reynolds gathers nearly 900 pounds for food bank

July 18, 2020, 5:51am Community

ARNADA -- Rey Reynolds, candidate for the state Senate's 49th Legislative District, organized a Juneteenth Unity Food Drive to help those in need who are food insecure due to COVID-19 shutdowns, many of whom are people of color. Read story

The Hilton Vancouver Washington (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

Economic recovery forum in Vancouver adjusts to pandemic landscape

The Hilton Vancouver Washington (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

July 17, 2020, 7:18pm Business

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the usual lineup of conferences and events that would be held at the Hilton Vancouver Washington in a typical year, but this week saw a hint of how those kinds of events are evolving to match the times. Read story

This is the Vancouver Women's Temperance Union. While their issues overlapped, some suffragists wanted to separate their cause from the anti-alcohol temperance movement in order to avoid additional controversy and earn men's support.

History on Tap discusses Washington suffragist movement

This is the Vancouver Women's Temperance Union. While their issues overlapped, some suffragists wanted to separate their cause from the anti-alcohol temperance movement in order to avoid additional controversy and earn men's support.

July 16, 2020, 6:00am Clark County Life

Imagine having your most basic citizenship right, the right to vote, enshrined in law, then legally revoked. Then granted again, then yanked away again. Read story

Little Conejo General Manager Keith Belter serves customers at the restaurant's new parklet -- an outdoor seating area built atop a street parking space. Vancouver began allowing restaurants to apply to create parklets last month as a way to alleviate the indoor seating restraints created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Parklets, sidewalk cafes help Vancouver restaurants weather pandemic

Little Conejo General Manager Keith Belter serves customers at the restaurant's new parklet -- an outdoor seating area built atop a street parking space. Vancouver began allowing restaurants to apply to create parklets last month as a way to alleviate the indoor seating restraints created by the COVID-19 pandemic.

July 10, 2020, 6:01am Business

It's been less than two months since Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle floated the idea of bringing "parklets" -- street parking spaces converted into outdoor restaurant seating areas -- to Vancouver, and the program has already led to four downtown installations. Read story

Janessa Stoltz has a flower business in Acorn & The Oak, which is a supper club in the evenings.

Restaurant owners persisting through pandemic

Janessa Stoltz has a flower business in Acorn & The Oak, which is a supper club in the evenings.

July 9, 2020, 6:06am Clark County Life

Launching a restaurant right now feels like playing a dystopian Food Network game called “Pandemic Restaurant Opening,” in which the rules constantly change and things that you need, like takeout containers or bacon, suddenly disappear. Despite these complications, several couples have recently opened food businesses in Clark County. Read story

Al Angelo Co.'s new six-story building near Interstate 5 will offer office space, 44 luxury apartments and 200 parking spaces.

Vancouver multi-use development joins the mix

Al Angelo Co.'s new six-story building near Interstate 5 will offer office space, 44 luxury apartments and 200 parking spaces.

July 9, 2020, 6:03am Business

A new multi-use development near the Interstate 5 gateway to downtown Vancouver is on track to be completed in March. Read story

Hough Foundation offers free virtual summer camp

July 8, 2020, 6:03am Clark County Life

The Hough Foundation will host a free virtual summer camp for kids from July 6 to Aug. 28. Read story

Customers at Who Song & Larry's practice social distancing while enjoying lunch with a Columbia River view on Tuesday. Owners of the restaurant intend to stay in the location until at least 2041.

Who Song & Larry’s says it’s staying put

Customers at Who Song & Larry's practice social distancing while enjoying lunch with a Columbia River view on Tuesday. Owners of the restaurant intend to stay in the location until at least 2041.

July 8, 2020, 6:02am Business

With 21 years left on its lease, Who Song & Larry’s says it isn’t going anywhere. Read story