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Vancouver, WA, United States

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Past articles by Adam:

Burn ban for Clark County extended until noon Tuesday

The Southwest Clean Air Agency is extending Clark County’s burn ban until noon Tuesday. → Read More

Battle Ground, Fire District 3 leaders partner to talk about annexation vote

North county voters will have the chance to decide if Fire District 3 can annex the city of Battle Ground into its coverage area in February. → Read More

Winding road to fix Camas’ Brady Road

CAMAS — Shortly after Shannon Turk was appointed to the Camas City Council, her coworker started asking her when the city was going to fix “Ditch Road.” → Read More

Battle Ground councilors vote themselves pay raise

BATTLE GROUND — Battle Ground city councilors will become some of the highest-paid in Clark County after they voted to approve a compensation increase at Monday’s meeting. → Read More

Reception tonight features 4 Washougal police chief finalists

The next police chief of Washougal will be one of these four finalists — Marc Denney, Charles Goeken, Wendi Steinbronn or Steve Taylor — the city announced Monday. → Read More

County council’s Quiring elected vice chairwoman of local GOP

Clark County Council Chair Eileen Quiring was unanimously elected as vice chairwoman of the Clark County Republican Party at the group’s meeting on Saturday. → Read More

Port of Camas-Washougal to present three waterfront concepts

The Port of Camas-Washougal commission will present three preliminary concepts for waterfront development at its meeting Monday. → Read More

Motorcycle driver dies after head-on crash with car

A motorcycle driver died after a head-on crash involving a car near Northeast 58th Street and Northeast Fourth Plain Boulevard in Vancouver. Reports of the crash came in at 6:37 p.m. tonight, and the → Read More

PDC tosses Battle Ground councilor’s complaint against candidate Walters

The Washington State Public Disclosure Commission has dismissed a complaint filed by Battle Ground City Councilor Philip Johnson against Battle Ground City Council candidate Shauna Walters. → Read More

Washougal looks to fill seats on arts panel

Washougal is seeking applicants for the city’s first Washougal Arts Commission. → Read More

Kayakers paddle to Port of Vancouver to protest oil pipeline

A group of 30 kayakers paddled about an hour from Kelley Point Park in Portland to the Port of Vancouver on Monday to protest a cargo ship carrying pipe to Canada. → Read More

Vancouver man arrested in Portland street-racing effort

Nathan M. Hixson, 22, of Vancouver was booked into the Multnomah County Detention Center on charges of reckless driving and reckless endangering after an effort by the Portland Police Bureau to combat street racing. → Read More

Hands Across the Bridge celebrates journeys, sobriety

In a sea of shirts praising religion and recovery or honoring lost loved ones, Fonzi Alvez stood out. → Read More

Battle Ground has changes for reporting lost dogs

Battle Ground’s partnership with a local veterinarian’s office to house and look after lost dogs has ended, and city officials have a few options for city residents who come across a lost dog. → Read More

Visitors taste the fruits of local labor at weekend wine tour

Marlene and Jim Hulett were never big wine drinkers, but that’s changed the last five or so years. → Read More

Police searching for missing endangered adult

Vancouver police are requesting help in locating a missing endangered adult, Zachary Childers, 35, who has mental health issues that require medication every four hours. He has having an episode when → Read More

One dead after car crash on 164th Avenue

One person is dead after a car crash at around 5:17 p.m. Sunday near Southeast 164th Avenue and Southeast 12th Street. → Read More

Battle Ground, Fire District 3 work toward annexation vote

As Battle Ground and Fire District 3 officials continue to work toward a potential annexation vote, city officials reviewed a list of improvements or cuts to services if the vote takes place in 2020, as is expected. → Read More

La Center teachers, district agree to 3-year contract

LA CENTER — The La Center Education Association voted unanimously to ratify a new contract Tuesday afternoon, which was approved later in the day by the school board. → Read More

Modern new building to greet Ridgefield High students

RIDGEFIELD — While nobody in Ridgefield has perfected time travel, some Ridgefield High School students will be thrown for a loop when classes start this week. → Read More