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Sharol Lucey, a 76-year-old Vancouver resident, is among the longest-living heart transplant patients in the region. She sits near a picture of her heart donor, Steven Haugen, who died in 1997, making her life possible.

Two families, one heart: OHSU heart transplant patient from Vancouver lives life to the fullest almost three decades after surgery

The heart that brought two families together 26 years ago still beats rhythmically in Sharol Lucey’s chest.
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Mount Adams rises above Trout Lake in Klickitat County. The U.S. Geological Survey&rsquo;s Cascades Volcano Observatory is proposing to install five real-time monitoring stations around the volcano to detect lahars, which would give neighboring communities time to evacuate.

A lahar on Mount Adams would put thousands at risk but monitoring stations would warn of dangerous flows

As Pat Arnold plucked weeds from her yard with a view of snow-capped Mount Adams, she navigated around large boulders that hint at the volcano’s destructive past.
Clark County News
Engineering and landscape architecture firms presented three designs for the city of Washougal&rsquo;s Town Center Revitalization Project, including a preferred option (pictured) and two alternatives, to the Washougal City Council Monday, Nov. 20, 2023.

Washougal considers ‘preferred’ option for town center project with outdoor community space near future library

Washougal City Council members are leaning toward one design option for the city’s future Town Center Revitalization Project, but said they will require more detailed information before making a final…
Clark County News
Crown Park has been Camas&rsquo; living room for decades, but many of its facilities are getting old. The city&rsquo;s parks commission hopes the city council will approve plans to spend $6.3 million to update the entire park.

Long-awaited remodeling of Crown Park in Camas on cusp of realization

The long-awaited remodeling of Crown Park, Camas’ “outdoor living room,” is on the cusp of realization.
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Betsy Quiroa shops at a market-style food pantry at the Carver Center in Port Chester, N.Y., Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2023. A growing number of states are working to keep food out of landfills over concerns that it is taking up too much space and posing environmental problems. Some states including New York are requiring supermarkets and other businesses to redirect food to food pantries.

Tackling climate change and alleviating hunger: States recycle and donate food headed to landfills

When Sean Rafferty got his start in the grocery business, anything that wasn’t sold got tossed out.


Visitors look at a replica of NASA&rsquo;s Mars Rover Opportunity during its unveiling ceremony at the Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum in Bengaluru on June 1, 2023.

NASA feels a ‘sense of urgency’ to get to Mars. Idaho scientists could help us get there

China has repeatedly stunned the U.S. intelligence community in the last five years with rapid progress in its space exploration program, landing a rover on…

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FILE - Delegates are seated for the first day of the Republican National Convention, Aug. 24, 2020, in Charlotte, N.C. Winning the presidential nomination is all about delegates. But how does the process work?

Winning the presidential nomination is all about delegates. But how does the process work?

By now, Americans should be well aware that the process of electing a president isn’t like electing a senator or governor. That’s especially true during…

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Police lights flash on the roof of a vehicle Wednesday, Aug. 23, 2023, in Vancouver.

East Vancouver drive-by shooting puts man in hospital with life-threatening wounds

A 25-year-old man suffered life-threatening gunshot wounds in a drive-by shooting early Thursday morning at an apartment complex in east Vancouver.

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Ranking Member Lou Correa (D-CA) shakes hands with Colonel Jason Jefferis, the head of contracting activities with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, during a joint Homeland Security subcommittee hearing on Capitol Hill on July 18, 2023, in Washington, DC. Members of the subcommittee on Border Security and Enforcement and Oversight, Investigations, and Accountability held the hearing to discuss the halting of building the wall along the southern border.

Momentum builds for psychedelic therapies for troops, vets

In 2004, Mike Gemignani enlisted in the Army after graduating from high school. A forward observer, he directed artillery units and Apache attack helicopters to…


&ldquo;Behind the Seams,&rdquo; by Dolly Parton.

These books make great 2023 holiday gifts

Stumped for a holiday gift? Go to the bookstore.

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Family and friends of Staff Sergeant Aschalwu Sama mourn over his grave during his funeral in Petah Tikva, Israel, Sunday, Dec. 3, 2023. Sama, 20, died of his wounds after he was injured in a ground operation in the Gaza Strip.

Israel says military offensive in crowded southern Gaza will be ‘no less strength’ than in the north

The Israeli military said Sunday it had expanded its ground operations to every part of Gaza and ordered more evacuations in the crowded south, followed…

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In Our View: U.S.-China cooperation good for Washington

Other Paper Say: Answer clear for learning loss

Harrop: ‘Farm-to-table’ problematic

Donnelly: Participation in caucus process affects results

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