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Silver Keys Media produced the film &ldquo;The Matahari Agency: Seeds of Deception.&rdquo; (Contributed photos)

Vancouver’s close-up: Film showcase puts spotlight on city, local filmmakers

Vancouver USA might not be known for its thriving film industry, but our corner of Southwest Washington is making its mark on the silver screen. The work of several local…
The homepage of Vancouver biotech company Cytodyn.

Vancouver-based biotechnology company CytoDyn settles lawsuit for $12M

Vancouver-based biotechnology company CytoDyn has reached a $12 million settlement with its former research contractor Amarex Clinical Research.
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The Vancouver City Council is considering action that would help protect and retain mobile home parks, like Vancouver Mobile Terrace, in the city.

Vancouver City Council considers zoning district to protect city’s mobile home parks

The city of Vancouver is considering more short-term zoning changes to increase the city’s housing options, most notably a mobile home park zoning district that would help preserve the less-expensive…
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Defendant Austin Navarro enters the courtroom for opening statements in his murder trial at the Clark County Courthouse on July 10.

Jury hears closing arguments in murder trial for Vancouver man accused of shooting his former girlfriend

A prosecutor told a jury Tuesday during closing arguments in a Vancouver man’s murder trial that the defendant’s actions speak louder than his words.
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Clark County medical examiner identifies man killed in alleged hit-and-run near Andresen Road WinCo

The Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office identified a 38-year-old man as the person found dead under a tree July 8 along Northeast Andresen Road.


FILE - Sonny Curley hands a cup of coffee to his father Harold Curley at their home near the ocean Wednesday, May 22, 2024, on the Quinault reservation in Taholah, Wash. The home has a rotting deck and black mold inside, and the family has had to evacuate several times due to flooding.

Money from Washington’s landmark climate law will help tribes face rising seas, climate change

Tens of millions of dollars raised by a landmark climate law in Washington state will go to Native American tribes that are at risk from…

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Battle Ground Jackson Hotchkiss (19) fist bumps teammate Keegan Moffatt (15) after Hotchkiss hit a solo home run during a season-opening, non-league baseball game against Ridgefield on Friday, March 8, 2024, at Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex.

Jackson Hotchkiss of Battle Ground selected by Diamondbacks in 18th round of MLB draft

Jackson Hotchkiss of Battle Ground was drafted in the 18th round of the Major League Baseball first-year player draft on Tuesday, taken by the Arizona…


President Joe Biden speaks during the 115th NAACP National Convention on Tuesday, July 16, 2024, in Las Vegas.

Democrats aim to nominate president in first week of August, as some push Biden to quit the race

Democrats will look to hold a virtual vote to make President Joe Biden their party’s nominee in the first week of August, as Biden has…

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Former Columbia River boys basketball coach David Long, and current assistant coach Jim Sevall, at left, were a part of the school&rsquo;s basketball program until Long&rsquo;s retirement in 2022.

Longtime Columbia River basketball coaches David Long, Jim Sevall entering WIBCA Hall of Fame

Retirement has taken David Long out of Columbia River’s J. Hoover Gymnasium, but you can’t take Columbia River away from its former longtime boys basketball…

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The Columbian for Kids &#8211; July 2024

The Columbian for Kids – July 2024

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July 17: Protecting Democracy

Editorial cartoons for week of July 15, 2024

In Our View: Advance Stonier or Barber in 49th District primary

Camden: Convention not open-shut case

Letter: Take control away from Biden

Letter: Rethink nighttime lighting

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