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Julianna Marler

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Julianna Marler

July 5, 2020, 6:03am Business

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Protests about racial bias have erupted in all areas of American life - including Vancouver's nonprofit, community theater. Magenta Theater's founder and artistic director has quit, and this is the message that went up over the front door at the end of June.

Allegations of bias upend leadership at Vancouver’s Magenta Theater

Protests about racial bias have erupted in all areas of American life - including Vancouver's nonprofit, community theater. Magenta Theater's founder and artistic director has quit, and this is the message that went up over the front door at the end of June.

July 5, 2020, 6:02am Clark County Life

A few weeks ago, any underlying history of racial tension at Magenta Theater was just that: underlying, simply simmering. Read story

Steve Hilken, restaurant co-owner, makes drinks at Main Event's east location. During Phase 2 of reopening, restaurants must keep a 6-foot distance between tables. Main Event has eliminated bar seating and added one small table next to the bar.

Phase 3 may not be cure-all for Clark County restaurants

Steve Hilken, restaurant co-owner, makes drinks at Main Event's east location. During Phase 2 of reopening, restaurants must keep a 6-foot distance between tables. Main Event has eliminated bar seating and added one small table next to the bar.

July 4, 2020, 6:00am Business

For Clark County restaurants, including Main Event, getting to Phase 3 is mainly a step to get things back to normal. Read story

Mark Roskam, who died unexpectedly on Father's Day, will be remembered for his work with homeless people at Open House Ministries.

Mark Roskam, champion of homeless people in Vancouver, dies at 63

Mark Roskam, who died unexpectedly on Father's Day, will be remembered for his work with homeless people at Open House Ministries.

July 3, 2020, 6:13pm Clark County News

Mark Roskam, a man who believed in God and that the homeless people he served could break the cycle of poverty, died suddenly on Father’s Day. He was 63. Read story

Boys arrested in burglary at Vancouver pot shop

July 3, 2020, 5:31pm Clark County News

Two boys, ages 12 and 15, have been arrested on suspicion of burglarizing a Vancouver marijuana shop earlier this week. Read story

2 Vancouver marijuana shops targeted by thieves in past week

July 1, 2020, 4:59pm Clark County News

Four teenagers face allegations in Clark County Juvenile Court in connection with the armed robbery of a Vancouver marijuana shop on Sunday. Read story

The United Grain office at the Port of Vancouver.

United Grain halts operations due to COVID-19 cases

The United Grain office at the Port of Vancouver.

June 29, 2020, 5:08pm Business

Vancouver-based United Grain Corporation has suspended operations at its grain export terminal at the Port of Vancouver after two of its on-site staff tested positive for COVID-19, the company announced Monday. Read story

Vancouver Housing Authority plans to purchase three tiny homes from Wolf Industries and put them on a vacant lot of land next to the authority's Fruit Valley units.

Vancouver Housing Authority sizes up plot for tiny homes in Fruit Valley

Vancouver Housing Authority plans to purchase three tiny homes from Wolf Industries and put them on a vacant lot of land next to the authority's Fruit Valley units.

June 27, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

Vancouver Housing Authority plans to purchase three tiny homes to place on an underutilized lot in Fruit Valley and rent them out to low-income households. It would be the first project of its kind for the housing authority. Read story

Kolby Wolfe, left, and Adolfo Santos whip up Gyros at the Greek Gyros booth at the Vancouver Farmers Market on Saturday. The market was initially limited to grocery vendors this year, but the lineup has gradually expanded to include hot food vendors.

Hot food warms up Vancouver Farmers Market’s pandemic-era vibe

Kolby Wolfe, left, and Adolfo Santos whip up Gyros at the Greek Gyros booth at the Vancouver Farmers Market on Saturday. The market was initially limited to grocery vendors this year, but the lineup has gradually expanded to include hot food vendors.

June 20, 2020, 5:29pm Clark County News

It’s been about two months since the Vancouver Farmers Market made its 2020 debut after a delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The ongoing public health crisis and a spate of rainy weather have caused the market to be a relatively subdued affair, but Saturday marked the return of an important feature: hot food. Read story

Funding gets iPads to isolated seniors

June 20, 2020, 6:00am Community

ESTHER SHORT — A Caring Closet founders Sara Scheetz and Jodie Zelazny were worried about how seniors would cope in isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read story