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FILE - In this Nov. 19, 1998 file photo, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Henry Hyde, R-Ill., presides over the committee's impeachment hearing for President Bill Clinton, on Capitol Hill in Washington. The public impeachment inquiry hearings this week usher in a rare and momentous occasion in American history as Congress debates whether to remove a sitting president from office. (AP Photo/Joe Marquette, File)

House gets 2 Trump impeachment charges after Judiciary vote

Impeachment charges against President Donald Trump went to the full House on Friday, following approval by the House Judiciary Committee.The House is expected to take up the two articles of…
Nation & World
Rachael and Don Allen, owners of Allen's Crosley Lanes, chat inside their bowling alley as customers test their skill nearby Wednesday. A yearlong moratorium on new development along Evergreen and Grand boulevards has taken property owners by surprise, including the Allens, who had a buyer on the property fall through as a result. The family has owned and operated the bowling alley since 1987.
At top, a motorist drives past businesses while traveling east along East Evergreen Boulevard on Thursday. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

Vancouver’s building moratorium sinks sale of Allen’s Crosley Lanes

It was the second week of November, and a buyer for Allen’s Crosley Lanes had been lined up. A call from the broker confirmed that a formal offer would come…
Photographer, artist and birder Pamela Gunn searches for feathered friends in the sky over the Fort Vancouver National Site. Gunn will give a talk about birding at the fort, and her concerns about vanishing bird habitat, Saturday afternoon at the site's visitor center. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

Christmas at the Fort to take flight with a birder’s delight

Pamela Gunn feels both joy and anxiety as she walks out her Officers Row door and makes her morning birding rounds at the Fort Vancouver National Site. She loves visiting…
Local Life
John Morrison has returned as CEO and manager of the Clark County Fair after retiring from the job in 2018 after a decade in the position. (Nathan Howard /The Columbian)

Morrison comes out of retirement to lead Clark County Fair

A recognizable face will head the Clark County Fair next year.
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