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Rob White, left, and Christopher Godwin, an Outsiders Inn employee, play Spades in a cooling center Wednesday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in downtown Vancouver. White is homeless and a senior. He is vulnerable to the elements, and when it gets too hot, he needs shelter to survive. Thankfully, cooling centers are available throughout the city.

Vancouver shelters offer relief from heat

Rob White, left, and Christopher Godwin, an Outsiders Inn employee, play Spades in a cooling center Wednesday at St. Paul Lutheran Church in downtown Vancouver. White is homeless and a senior. He is vulnerable to the elements, and when it gets too hot, he needs shelter to survive. Thankfully, cooling centers are available throughout the city.

July 27, 2022, 7:45pm Clark County News

Rob White is homeless and a senior. He is vulnerable to the elements, and when it gets too hot, he needs shelter to survive. Thankfully, shelter is available at St. Paul and at other cooling centers throughout Vancouver, and White has been able to cool off during the hot afternoons. Read story

Philanthropist Michael Lynch, honorary capital campaign co-chair, said, "Our new Open House Ministries West building will allow us to more than double the number of people we serve with only a small increase in operational costs.

Open House Ministries breaks ground on Vancouver apartment building for families transitioning out of homelessness

Philanthropist Michael Lynch, honorary capital campaign co-chair, said, "Our new Open House Ministries West building will allow us to more than double the number of people we serve with only a small increase in operational costs.

July 25, 2022, 8:19pm Churches & Religion

Open House Ministries broke ground Monday afternoon on a 30-unit apartment building at West 12th and Jefferson streets for people transitioning from homelessness. Read story

An abandoned ship, foreground, is seen in the Columbia River near Jantzen Beach, Ore., as the American Pride riverboat cruises past Vancouver.

Sunken ships in Columbia River create watery conundrum

An abandoned ship, foreground, is seen in the Columbia River near Jantzen Beach, Ore., as the American Pride riverboat cruises past Vancouver.

July 25, 2022, 6:00am Clark County News

Two boat masts sticking out of the Columbia River, near the Interstate 5 Bridge, stand like headstones as a reminder of the sunken vessels that once floated there for about 16 years. Read story

Oregon Metro Councilor Shirley Craddick worked on both the Interstate 5 Bridge Replacement Program and the Columbia River Crossing. She says trust among the sponsors is much higher this time around.

Interstate 5 Bridge project partners come with caveats

Oregon Metro Councilor Shirley Craddick worked on both the Interstate 5 Bridge Replacement Program and the Columbia River Crossing. She says trust among the sponsors is much higher this time around.

July 24, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

Eight partners in the Interstate 5 Bridge Replacement Program have endorsed the master plan, moving the project to the environmental review phase. But the conditions that most of the partners placed on their approval illustrate sizeable gaps in how each stakeholder views the project, and foreshadow the delicacy and difficulty… Read story

Share kitchen assistant Maddie May loads coolers with ice packs at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Vancouver. The organization is helping low-income students get proper nutrition in the summer.

Share Vancouver strives to ensure children, others in need have access to food during summer

Share kitchen assistant Maddie May loads coolers with ice packs at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Vancouver. The organization is helping low-income students get proper nutrition in the summer.

July 23, 2022, 6:01am Churches & Religion

Volunteers enter St. Joseph Catholic Church as early as 7 a.m. every weekday to prepare 400 meals for students during the summertime. Read story

The I-5 Bridge stretches over the Columbia River at sunrise.

I-5 Bridge Replacement Program moves into environmental review phase

The I-5 Bridge stretches over the Columbia River at sunrise.

July 21, 2022, 6:29pm Business

An early version of the Interstate 5 Bridge plan officially moved into the federal environmental review process after it was unanimously recommended by the executive steering committee on Thursday. Read story

Local folks and visiting talents turn Esther Short Park into a huge Polynesian party during recent Three Days of Aloha summer festivals. This year's Four Days of Aloha will continue into Sunday too.

Four Days of Aloha Festival returns to Vancouver to celebrate Hawaiian, Pacific Islander culture

Local folks and visiting talents turn Esther Short Park into a huge Polynesian party during recent Three Days of Aloha summer festivals. This year's Four Days of Aloha will continue into Sunday too.

July 21, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Life

There’s a friendly, colorful, musical time to be had at the Four Days of Aloha Festival in Esther Short Park this weekend. Read story

The Daniels Apartments will be three stories, have 20 units and 17 parking spots. It is likely to begin construction at the beginning of 2023 and be finished by the end of that year.

More studio apartments coming to downtown Vancouver

The Daniels Apartments will be three stories, have 20 units and 17 parking spots. It is likely to begin construction at the beginning of 2023 and be finished by the end of that year.

July 17, 2022, 6:05am Business

A new three-story, 20-studio apartment complex is going to rise in downtown Vancouver, aiming to help fill the need for more housing at a relatively lower cost. Read story

Pippin Casimir, 8, from left, Hudson Beal, 10, Ariana Ramunno-Johnson, 10, and Danny Ramunno-Johnson, 8, work together to identify artifacts in their excavation site at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on Saturday, July 16, 2022.

Kids dig in at Fort Vancouver archaeology site

Pippin Casimir, 8, from left, Hudson Beal, 10, Ariana Ramunno-Johnson, 10, and Danny Ramunno-Johnson, 8, work together to identify artifacts in their excavation site at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on Saturday, July 16, 2022.

July 16, 2022, 3:46pm Clark County News

At the rear of the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site replica, underneath two green tents marked National Park Service, 20 children ages 8 to 12 knelt in the dirt next to five rectangular holes observed in the ground Saturday morning. Read story

Chris Webberley directs Real Life Community Behavioral Health. He hopes that its recent opening will be a positive step toward creating greater accessibility of mental health care in Clark County.

Working in Clark County: Chris Webberley, Real Life Community Behavioral Health

Chris Webberley directs Real Life Community Behavioral Health. He hopes that its recent opening will be a positive step toward creating greater accessibility of mental health care in Clark County.

July 16, 2022, 6:05am Business

After a turbulent couple of years, many are feeling the weight of having to continuously adjust to the ever-changing social and political climates of modern society. People like Chris Webberley are ready and willing to help. Read story