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The Clark County Newcomers Club presented a check for $6,279.60 to Lynn Crawford of Hope Dementia on July 5 at their monthly coffee meeting.

Clark County Newcomers Club donates to Hope Dementia

The Clark County Newcomers Club presented a check for $6,279.60 to Lynn Crawford of Hope Dementia on July 5 at their monthly coffee meeting.

July 16, 2022, 5:43am Community

The Clark County Newcomers Club recently presented a check for $6,279.60 to Lynn Crawford of Hope Dementia at its monthly coffee meeting on July 5. This was the chosen charity of the year, and those working to come up with this sum were Nancy Appleton, Pam Ilvena, Kitti McCarthy, Linda… Read story

Vancouver Symphony Orchestra USA announces new board chair

July 16, 2022, 5:38am Community

The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra USA recently announced the appointment of board member Carol Van Natta as board chair and two new members to the board of directors: Charlene Hiss and Ken Kirn. Van Natta succeeds Victoria Tullett, who had served as chair since 2019. Read story

Biotech company CytoDyn, headquartered at 1111 Main Street, pictured, said in March that it was about to start testing a coronavirus treatment drug. The company says it expects clinical trial results by the end of July.

CytoDyn names Arman as company president

Biotech company CytoDyn, headquartered at 1111 Main Street, pictured, said in March that it was about to start testing a coronavirus treatment drug. The company says it expects clinical trial results by the end of July.

July 14, 2022, 6:03am Business

CytoDyn announced on Wednesday that it has appointed a new president, Dr. Cyrus Arman, effective July 9. Read story

Eric Erickson of CDM Caregiving Services, left, shakes hands with community leader Pat Jollota, second from left, after receiving the Pat Jollota Leadership Award during the 2022 Senior Hero Awards at Pearson Air Museum on Wednesday afternoon. Erickson was recognized for his more than 20 years of service with CDM Caregiving Services. "I used to work as a work study student at Western Washington University, and my boss there made me love serving seniors," Erickson said. "If you know a young person just getting into this line of service, make them love it.

Caregivers, organizations honored at Senior Hero Awards

Eric Erickson of CDM Caregiving Services, left, shakes hands with community leader Pat Jollota, second from left, after receiving the Pat Jollota Leadership Award during the 2022 Senior Hero Awards at Pearson Air Museum on Wednesday afternoon. Erickson was recognized for his more than 20 years of service with CDM Caregiving Services. "I used to work as a work study student at Western Washington University, and my boss there made me love serving seniors," Erickson said. "If you know a young person just getting into this line of service, make them love it.

July 13, 2022, 7:38pm Business

When Christina Keys first attended the Senior Hero Awards in 2018, she had a revelation. Hearing stories about caregivers going above and beyond for Clark County’s seniors moved her to action. Read story

Trucks commonly use the Interstate 5 Bridge, but frequent congestion slows movement of freight.

Portland City Council, Port of Portland unanimously vote for I-5 Bridge plan

Trucks commonly use the Interstate 5 Bridge, but frequent congestion slows movement of freight.

July 13, 2022, 4:30pm Business

The Portland City Council and the Port of Portland have each voted to move the Interstate Bridge Replacement Program’s modified locally preferred alternative plan forward, bringing the early draft — with plenty of room for changes — closer to the environmental testing phase. Read story

Miles Buttrill, 9, left, watches his sister Lillian Buttrill slides down a slide at Arbor Lodge Park in Portland. A Harper's Playground is being installed at Marshall Park in Vancouver. The playground is designed to be accessible and usable by all children, including those experiencing disabilities.

Construction on Vancouver’s first Harper’s Playground begins

Miles Buttrill, 9, left, watches his sister Lillian Buttrill slides down a slide at Arbor Lodge Park in Portland. A Harper's Playground is being installed at Marshall Park in Vancouver. The playground is designed to be accessible and usable by all children, including those experiencing disabilities.

July 11, 2022, 6:09pm Clark County News

Kids wind their way through the trees at Arbor Lodge Park, cardboard in tow as they head toward Harper’s Hill. The grassy, smooth slope features a slide and a spiraling, wheelchair accessible path to the top. They are signatures of Harper’s Playground, a nonprofit organization dedicated to making playgrounds inviting… Read story

Siblings Van and Ellie Stewart both recently earned the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout.

Brother-sister duo awarded rank of Eagle Scout

Siblings Van and Ellie Stewart both recently earned the prestigious rank of Eagle Scout.

July 9, 2022, 5:43am Community

Van and Ellie Stewart both recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout, something that only a small percentage of young people accomplish. Read story

The deli cases at La Bottega in Vancouver offer a variety of olives, cheeses and meats.

Pick the perfect picnic pack for a Clark County outing

The deli cases at La Bottega in Vancouver offer a variety of olives, cheeses and meats.

July 8, 2022, 6:00am Clark County Life

The weather has been bonkers. April and May felt like winter, and then June sporadically roared like a furnace. Packing a picnic this summer requires preparing for all eventualities. Here are a few spots in Vancouver’s Uptown Village to fill your basket, whether you encounter searing sunlight or pouring rain. Read story

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Vancouver police investigating fatal apartment fire as murder-suicide

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July 7, 2022, 10:57am Clark County News

Vancouver police are now investigating a June 25 apartment fire, in which two men were found dead, as a murder-suicide. Read story

A woman wears rainbow socks at Saturday in the Park Pride in 2016.

Homegrown Pride festival returns to Vancouver’s Esther Short Park after 2 years

A woman wears rainbow socks at Saturday in the Park Pride in 2016.

July 7, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Life

Vancouver’s most colorful event of the summer, Saturday in the Park Pride, will be back in full swing from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in Esther Short Park. The LGBTQ Pride event will offer the same rainbow of entertainment, artisan vendors and community resources as it has for nearly… Read story