Emily Gillespie, The Columbian

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Past articles by Emily:

Breast cancer survivor learns her purpose

Adrienne San Nicolas was featured in the 2016 Confronting Breast Cancer section. → Read More

Survivor update: Women look back at challenges, lessons

Editor's note: The Columbian has shared the stories of dozens of women and men with breast cancer since it began publishing the Confronting Breast Cancer section in October 2013. We recently caug → Read More

Sifton Market on way back after January fire

For more than nine months, Sifton Market has remained boarded up and fenced off. → Read More

Kin of Mycheal Lynch doubt official report, to sue county

He’d been told that his son had slipped and fallen in the Clark County Jail. He was told that he was in the intensive care unit, but would be all right. But the second Kim Lynch walked into the hospit → Read More

Clark County sheriff’s deputy cleared in fatal shooting

A Clark County sheriff’s deputy who shot and killed a man who pointed a gun at the deputy’s face in December was cleared of any wrongdoing. → Read More

Photos, video released in 2016 church arson investigation

Investigators are releasing photos and videos of a suspect in three intentionally set fires that damaged three Clark County churches in May 2016. → Read More

La Center High student collapses, revived by firefighters

A student at La Center High School collapsed in the parking lot Wednesday morning, but luckily a firefighter already at the school responded quickly to help. → Read More

Baby dies in drowning at Brush Prairie home in ‘tragic accident’

Deputies are calling the death of an 11-month-old boy who drowned in a bathtub Saturday a tragic accident. → Read More

Vancouver boy, 17, arrested in voyeurism case

A 17-year-old boy was arrested Friday after police say he allegedly hacked into social media accounts and distributed nude photos. → Read More

Man injured in rear-end crash on I-205

A man was injured in a rear-end crash this morning on Interstate 205, about 5 miles north of Vancouver. → Read More

Vancouver man falls, dies at Smith Rock State Park

A Vancouver man fell and died while hiking at Smith Rock State Park near Bend, Ore. → Read More

Boy, 12, struck by vehicle at La Center intersection

A 12-year-old boy was injured in a crash outside of La Center Middle School this morning. → Read More

Suspect in Vancouver shooting ID’d; incident over money, police say

Vancouver Police identified the suspect in a shooting as a Vancouver resident and said that early reports show the incident was over owed money. → Read More

Archer Mountain fire 100 percent contained

The Archer Mountain Fire was declared 100 percent contained this morning and all evacuation notices have been lifted. → Read More

Archer Mountain Fire still 70 percent contained

The Archer Mountain Fire burning in Skamania County remained at 70 percent containment as of Tuesday night. → Read More

Driver of truck: ‘I had no intention to hurt anybody’

The driver of a truck who sped through a crowd of protestors in downtown Vancouver Sunday said that he was trying to leave the situation and had no intention of harming anyone. → Read More

Man found guilty of robbery, assault

A Clark County jury Monday found a Portland man guilty of an armed robbery of a Vancouver pharmacy last year. → Read More

Driver detained near Sunday rally could face charges

A man detained and released by police after allegedly nearly driving over counterprotesters at a rally in Vancouver on Sunday may yet face charges, according to the Vancouver Police Department. → Read More

Southbound I-5 blocked in Woodland due to fire in median

A fire in the median Interstate 5 in Woodland is blocking lanes of traffic in the area, according to Washington State Department of Transportation. → Read More

Archer Mountain Fire now 40 percent contained

Firefighters continue to increase containment of the Archer Mountain fire, currently burning 259 acres of forest in Skamania County. → Read More