Stevie Mathieu, The Columbian

Stevie Mathieu

The Columbian

Vancouver, WA, United States

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Past articles by Stevie:

Fundraiser helps daughters of woman who died at Sifton Market

It was important to Amy Hooser that her three daughters attend college some day, but paying for their tuition would have been a tall order for the convenience store employee. → Read More

Four hurt in crash in Highway 500 intersection

Four people were hurt Monday evening in a traffic collision involving three vehicles on state Highway 500 in Vancouver. → Read More

Community rallies after Sifton Market fire

Even though Sue Picchioni watched her dog-grooming business burn to the ground on Jan. 15, she still couldn’t believe it was happening. → Read More

Police: Car strikes restaurant, woman who had been passenger

A driver struck her passenger, who had exited the vehicle, and then hit a Muchas Gracias restaurant early Sunday morning following an argument. Neither person suffered life-threatening injuries, polic → Read More

Plenty of rain falls amid scattered light snow

Snow predictions didn’t come true in the most populated parts of Clark County on Sunday, but residents saw plenty of rainfall and some flooded roadways. → Read More

Battle Ground man accused of displaying replica gun at demonstrators

A Battle Ground man was arrested Monday afternoon on suspicion of disorderly conduct after police say he displayed a replica firearm from a vehicle as it drove by peaceful demonstrators in downtown Po → Read More

Travel ban concerns Southwest Washington delegation to Congress

All three congresswomen representing Southwest Washington expressed concerns Sunday about President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration. → Read More

1 injured in ATV crash east of Battle Ground

One person was taken to the hospital by LifeFlight tonight following an all-terrain vehicle crash east of Battle Ground. → Read More

Suspected prowler killed by deputy in Ridgefield area

A man was shot and killed by a sheriff’s deputy this morning after he was found trespassing on a homeowner’s property in the Ridgefield area with a handgun, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Off → Read More

Homicide victim found at house fire identified

The man found dead inside a burning Woodland home Tuesday morning has been identified by a coroner. → Read More

670 Shoeboxes: Family floods donation program with gifts

FELIDA -- Volunteers at Felida Bible Church were packing up donated Christmas gifts for children overseas Sunday afternoon when they got an exciting announcement: They were about to get a whole lot bu → Read More

Local clergy members join Dakota Access oil-pipeline protest

As members of the Standing Rock Sioux and other Native American tribes gathered last week near the construction site for the Dakota Access oil pipeline, more than 500 clergy members surrounded them in → Read More

Stolen Bengal cat found in Brush Prairie, returned

Police reunited Falke the Bengal cat with his owners Wednesday night after the stolen kitty was found in Brush Prairie. → Read More

Halloween event takes on underage drinking, drug use

BATTLE GROUND -- Jason Johnson II tossed a ball around with another teenager Sunday afternoon at Bailey's Tiger Bowl. Then he put on a pair of DUI goggles and tried again. → Read More

Vancouver woman involved in fatal Oregon crash

A Vancouver woman was identified as the driver in a single-vehicle crash that killed her passenger this morning in the Madras, Ore., area, according to the Oregon State Police. → Read More

Vehicle goes over embankment near Moulton Falls

Emergency crews responded Saturday evening to a vehicle that had gone over an embankment near Moulton Falls Park, south of Yacolt. One occupant of the vehicle was taken to a hospital, according to Cla → Read More

Apple festival in Washougal one of fall’s tasty delights

WASHOUGAL -- Savoring a warm apple dumpling or slice of apple pie seems like one of the better ways to enjoy a rainy fall day in the Northwest. → Read More

Black Lives Matter march in Vancouver calls for unity

Before protesters took to the streets Sunday afternoon, Cecelia Towner of Black Lives Matter Vancouver asked them to carry the nation’s black and brown citizens, and Vancouver’s 10,000 black residents → Read More

Pedestrian struck on Highway 500 in Vancouver

A pedestrian on Highway 500 was injured when struck by a vehicle tonight. → Read More

Workshop helps children learn about Rosh Hashanah, traditions

After drilling a hole in the end of a severed ram's horn, Rabbi Shmulik Greenberg held the horn to his mouth and blew, sending a puff of dust out the other side. He used another drill bit to wide → Read More