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Clark County man sentenced to 7.5 years in sexual abuse of 2 teen girls

A Clark County man was sentenced Tuesday to 7½ years in prison for sexually abusing two teenage girls.
Courts & Crime
Clark County Food Bank President Alan Hamilton, center, and Board Chair Elson Strahan, left, stand and deliver speeches during a groundbreaking ceremony for the Clark County Food Bank's new Vision Center.

Clark County Food Bank sets sights on future

Huddled together under a tent in the rain, community members watched as construction of the new Vision Center at the Clark County Food Bank began Tuesday morning while a group…
Clark County News
The Clark County Courthouse (The Columbian files)

Vancouver man found not guilty in 2021 drive-by shooting

A Clark County Superior Court jury acquitted a Vancouver man Monday of charges of first-degree assault and drive-by shooting stemming from a February 2021 confrontation in Vancouver’s Fircrest neighborhood.
Clark County News

Clark County organizations participate in Giving Tuesday

Nonprofits across the county, state, nation and world are participating in the 10th annual Giving Tuesday campaign, a day promoting charitable donations on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.
Clark County News

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Politics

Attorneys of Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes, James Lee Bright, left, and Phillip Linder, arrive at the Federal Courthouse during the Rhodes trial in Washington, Monday, Nov. 28, 2022. Jury deliberations are underway.

Oath Keepers founder guilty of seditious conspiracy in 1/6 case

Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes was convicted Tuesday of seditious conspiracy for a violent plot to overturn Democrat Joe Biden’s presidential win, handing the Justice…

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Children wait in line with their families for a chance to ride dinosaurs. There were also bouncy houses, a jeep ride and a fossil dig for children.

Dinosaurs roar to life in Ridgefield

“Hello, there,” bellowed dino trainer Joe Johnson as I walked into the Clark County Event Center on Saturday morning. “Welcome to Jurassic Quest,” he continued,…

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FILE - A collection of illegal guns is displayed during a gun buyback event, Saturday May 22, 2021 in the Brooklyn borough of New York. Individuals received pre-paid card payments of $25 up to $250 for firearms - with a bonus iPad for certain handguns or assault rifles, at the no-questions-asked event, co-sponsored by state and county attorney generals and the NYPD. According to a study published by JAMA Network Open on Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022, the U.S. gun death rate in 2021 hit its highest mark in nearly three decades, and the rate among women has been growing faster than that of men.

Study: U.S. gun death rates hit highest levels in decades

The U.S. gun death rate last year hit its highest mark in nearly three decades, and the rate among women has been growing faster than…

Life

A harbor seal looks around in Casco Bay on July 30, 2020, off Portland, Maine.

Facial recognition can help conserve seals, scientists say

Facial recognition technology is mostly associated with uses such as surveillance and the authentication of human faces, but scientists believe they’ve found a new use…

Nation / World

The Ukrainian flag flatters at half mast near the Ukrainian Motherland monument in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022.

Uneasy calm grips Ukraine as West prepares winter aid

An uneasy calm hung over Kyiv on Tuesday as residents of the Ukrainian capital did what they could to prepare for anticipated Russian missile attacks…

Confronting Breast Cancer

Confronting Breast Cancer

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Editorial cartoons for week of Nov. 27

In Our View: Railroad vital to rural needs, development balance

Letter: A win-win for local energy

Letter: Work together on climate

Letter: City council isn’t listening

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