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Vancouver, WA, United States

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Past articles by Calley:

Overnight Mill Plain closures next week

Portions of Mill Plain Boulevard will close overnight next week for construction. → Read More

Herrera Beutler: Businesses should be able to set own vaccination policy

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, said that she believes private businesses should be able to dictate their own COVID-19 vaccination policies. → Read More

City of Vancouver to manage cultural landmarks

Vancouver is expanding its Parks and Recreation Department to encompass the city’s cultural assets and is now formally called Vancouver Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Department. → Read More

Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office receives $219K FEMA grant

The Vancouver Fire Marshal’s Office received nearly $220,000 in federal funds this year to continue its recurring outreach campaign aimed at preventing residential fires. → Read More

Fallen Clark County soldiers to be honored Saturday

Local groups looking to honor fallen Clark County soldiers are resuming their series of events aimed at ensuring that the community remembers its lost military members. → Read More

Vancouver Waterfront Park event to mark 9/11 20th anniversary

An event commemorating the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, attack will be held at Vancouver Waterfront Park. → Read More

Cost to renovate Vancouver water station estimated at $28 million

A plan to renovate a vital water station in central Vancouver will cost an estimated $28 million, according to Public Works Director Jennifer Belknap Williamson. → Read More

Herrera Beutler relieved at passage of infrastructure bill

A spokesperson for Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, said the congresswoman was “relieved” to see that the version of the $1 trillion infrastructure bill passed by the Senate on Tuesday “sticks to traditional infrastructure” like roads and broadband. → Read More

Asphalt-type material washes into creek

An unexpected runoff of asphalt-type material washed into Burnt Bridge Creek near St. James Road and state Route 500 following rain on Friday. → Read More

Candidates for La Center’s city council race separated by a single vote

The race for a spot on La Center’s city council general election ballot comes down to just a single vote, according to updated ballot tallies from the Clark County Election’s Office. → Read More

Election Day leads hold steady in Clark County primary results

The same candidates who pulled ahead on Election Day held onto their leads Wednesday as the Clark County Elections Office tallied additional ballots, further securing their place in November’s general election. → Read More

Clark County voters, Election Day is today

Today is Election Day, and voters need to get their ballots postmarked today or submit them in a ballot drop box no later than 8 p.m. → Read More

Vancouver names Lisa Brandl as deputy city manager

Vancouver’s deputy finance director, Lisa Brandl, has been promoted to serve as the city’s deputy city manager. → Read More

3rd District telephone town hall rescheduled

A live telephone conference with Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler has been rescheduled from July 28 to Aug. 17. → Read More

Vancouver council meets in-person for first time since March 2020

Christine Lamb-White stepped up to the microphone in front of the Vancouver city council dais Monday evening. Her testimony — on Vancouver’s shortage of affordable housing — addressed a topic long familiar to the city council. → Read More

Herrera Beutler plans telephone town hall

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, will host a telephone conversation with constituents next week. → Read More

Vancouver’s Access to Recreation program for people with special needs back after hiatus

Day camp attendee Nicole Brady, 18, was ready for Karaoke Tuesday at Vancouver’s Access to Recreation camp this week. → Read More

Clark County voters, have you received your ballots?

Local voters should have received their ballots for the Aug. 3 primary election by now, according to the Clark County Elections Office. → Read More

Vancouver City Council votes to advance Heights District plan

The Vancouver City Council has voted to advance three ordinances that together amount to the redevelopment plan for the Heights District, with a final adoption date set for Aug. 2. → Read More

$1.5 million in federal funds to help buy Vancouver police cameras

The Vancouver Police Department is on track to receive $1.5 million in federal funds to support a new body and dashboard camera program for its officers. → Read More