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Discovery High School junior Jordan Ruseoliver uses a router to finish up the pieces of the base of a stanchion at the Camas high school. Discovery High engineering students designed and built stanchions for the area schools to help ease traffic flow when schools return to in-person learning. With a part in the process from design to finished product, Discovery students get real-world experience out of a state-of-the-art lab at the school.

Camas’ Discovery High School students create stanchions, desk shields in class

Whatever needs are next in the pandemic, Bruce Whitefield knows his engineering students at Camas’ Discovery High School will meet it by continuing to develop innovative solutions.
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New accounting approach raises Clark County’s COVID-19 death toll

A transition to a new state database for COVID-19 case management delayed the release of new case data on Wednesday by Clark County Public Health.
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The members of the Clark County Council, shown here in 2019, comprise the Board of Health, which will vote Wednesday on whether or not racism is a public health emergency.

Board of Health declares racism a public health crisis in Clark County

The Clark County Board of Health passed a resolution Wednesday declaring racism as a public health crisis in the community.
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Man, 23, shot by Vancouver police officer during disturbance call ID’d

Nearly a week after Vancouver police shot a man during a disturbance call on Thanksgiving, investigators have identified him as 23-year-old Irving Rodriguez.
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Clark County Sheriff's deputies are investigating a crash on Northeast 78th Street. A bicyclist was severely injured. Deputies said impairment was not a factor on the part of the driver and the bicyclist failed to yield right of way and did not have lights on the bike or a helmet.

Car strikes, severely injures bicyclist in Hazel Dell

The Clark County Sheriff’s Office says a bicyclist was severely injured when he was struck by a vehicle Tuesday evening in Hazel Dell.

Business

The Rusty Grape Vineyard in Battle Ground has announced that it will resume operations, a couple of weeks after the owners announced that they were shutting their doors temporarily due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Rusty Grape has reopening plans

The Rusty Grape Vineyard in Battle Ground has announced that it will resume operations, a couple of weeks after the owners announced that they were…

Northwest

A tufted puffin in breeding plumage.

Tufted puffins will not be listed as threatened

The tufted puffin, an iconic seabird that can often be spotted at Haystack Rock in Cannon Beach during nesting season, will not be listed under…

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