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Henry Lester, 5, kicks water on Friday at the water feature in Esther Short Park, which opened on Thursday. Temperatures are expected to climb into the triple digits over the weekend.

Triple-digit heat rolling into Clark County, prompting warnings

Henry Lester, 5, kicks water on Friday at the water feature in Esther Short Park, which opened on Thursday. Temperatures are expected to climb into the triple digits over the weekend.

June 25, 2021, 5:46pm Clark County News

As the heat wave rolled in Friday, many wondered about the future of their Fourth of July plans and celebratory fireworks. Read story

Construction has begun on the Aegis Phase 1 six-story apartment complex near the Providence Academy. Workers plan to construct a tower crane today.

Apartments going up by Providence Academy; smokestack’s fate to be decided

Construction has begun on the Aegis Phase 1 six-story apartment complex near the Providence Academy. Workers plan to construct a tower crane today.

June 24, 2021, 6:02am Business

A new apartment complex is rising adjacent to the Providence Academy as the historic building’s owner, the Historic Trust, welcomes a new interim president and a newly finished balcony — and as it continues to seek approval to demolish its landmark smokestack. Read story

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Vancouver weighs selling parking garage back to its developer

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June 22, 2021, 6:30pm Clark County News

The Vancouver City Council is considering selling a parking garage back to its developer for $3.44 million, more than 20 years after the city originally purchased the structure to boost the economy downtown. Read story

A stunning Tiger Swallowtail butterfly by Vancouver artist Jeff Hill is on display with his other papier-mâché creations through July at the Vancouver Community Library.

Papier-mâché butterflies alight at Vancouver Community Library

A stunning Tiger Swallowtail butterfly by Vancouver artist Jeff Hill is on display with his other papier-mâché creations through July at the Vancouver Community Library.

June 22, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Life

While Vancouver native Jeff Hill enjoys bird-watching, he’s always found the built-in suspense and the inevitable distance from his quarry a little frustrating. When the career anesthesiologist retired and moved to Hawaii part-time, he discovered how much easier it is to get up close and personal with tropical fish. Read story

"What Came Before" by Karen Russo is part of the "Ancestral Echoes" exhibit at Art at the CAVE in downtown Vancouver.

‘Ancestral Echoes’ at Vancouver’s Art at the CAVE tells family stories

"What Came Before" by Karen Russo is part of the "Ancestral Echoes" exhibit at Art at the CAVE in downtown Vancouver.

June 20, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Life

The pandemic piqued widespread curiosity about the hardships that earlier generations endured. Many people delved into genealogical research last year as they sought to understand where they came from and gain perspective on their own lives. Art at the CAVE’s current exhibit, “Ancestral Echoes,” on display through Saturday, is a… Read story

ILWU Local 4 President Cager Claybaugh talks to Gov. Jay Inslee while they walk alongside a wind turbine blade with Port of Vancouver CEO Julianna Marler on Tuesday at the Port of Vancouver. Inslee visited the Port to view an in-progress shipment of wind turbine blades that are coming through Vancouver on their way to Wasco, Ore.

Inslee lauds wind energy jobs during visit to Port of Vancouver

ILWU Local 4 President Cager Claybaugh talks to Gov. Jay Inslee while they walk alongside a wind turbine blade with Port of Vancouver CEO Julianna Marler on Tuesday at the Port of Vancouver. Inslee visited the Port to view an in-progress shipment of wind turbine blades that are coming through Vancouver on their way to Wasco, Ore.

June 15, 2021, 6:50pm Business

Gov. Jay Inslee paid a visit to the Port of Vancouver Tuesday afternoon to tour one of the terminals where a shipment of wind turbine blades is in the process of being unloaded and trucked out to a wind energy project near Wasco, Ore. Read story

For the second year in a row, the "Welcome to Washington" display along Interstate 5 has not been replanted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The garden is normally replanted with flowers each spring by volunteers from the Washington State University Extension Master Gardener program.

Washington welcome sign must wait until spring for delayed replanting

For the second year in a row, the "Welcome to Washington" display along Interstate 5 has not been replanted due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The garden is normally replanted with flowers each spring by volunteers from the Washington State University Extension Master Gardener program.

June 15, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

The “Welcome to Washington” display along Interstate 5 in Vancouver became an indirect pandemic casualty last summer, and the Evergreen State-shaped flower bed is going to have to wait another year before it can return to its former glory. Read story

Server Bilen Solscheid cleans the windows at The Thirsty Sasquatch while preparing for customers Monday in Uptown Village. The location includes a craft cocktail and coffee bar, pizza parlor, arcade room and two outdoor patios.

Thirsty Sasquatch in Vancouver’s Uptown Village open after ‘major renovation’

Server Bilen Solscheid cleans the windows at The Thirsty Sasquatch while preparing for customers Monday in Uptown Village. The location includes a craft cocktail and coffee bar, pizza parlor, arcade room and two outdoor patios.

June 15, 2021, 6:01am Business

After almost a year and a half of preparation, the brown paper has been removed from the windows of The Thirsty Sasquatch in Uptown Village. Read story

A Thirsty Sasquatch employee hangs new LGBTQ Pride banners Wednesday. Vandals tore down the old banners and smeared feces on the premises.

Vandals deface Felida park with swastikas, tear down Pride banners at Vancouver taproom

A Thirsty Sasquatch employee hangs new LGBTQ Pride banners Wednesday. Vandals tore down the old banners and smeared feces on the premises.

June 9, 2021, 6:47pm Clark County News

Two separate incidents involving hate were reported this week in Vancouver’s Uptown Village and in Felida. Read story

Artists needed for ‘Reclaimed Canvas’ art show at Vancouver’s Aurora Gallery

June 8, 2021, 6:05am Clark County Life

Aurora Gallery’s July show is “Reclaimed Canvas,” featuring works of art on recycled items used in place of canvas. Read story