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New sites eyed for fire stations
Two west-side Vancouver fire stations will be rebuilt in new locations, and the change will improve response times at a total of four stations, according to a city analysis. The Vancouver City Council on Monday saw a map reflecting more than three years' worth of incidents, which shows that the greatest need for emergency medical and fire services sprawls out along Fourth Plain Boulevard between approximately Main Street and St. Johns Road.
Old news: Home at Beebe Orchards in 1920
The Ladies Aid of the Methodist Church will be hosted Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. W.O. Down and Mrs. J.L. Yocum at the Down home, 528 Orondo Ave. For as little as 27 cents a day, you can have complete access to all the local news, photos and video content from North Central Washington's primary news source.
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Passing of the Apple Gavel: New USApple Officers and Board Members Seated
VIENNA, Va., Sept. 2 -- The U.S. Apple Association issued the following news release: The official apple gavel was passed from 2013/14 U.S. Apple Association Chairman Chris Britton to incoming chairman Mark Nicholson at the association's annual Apple Crop Outlook and Marketing Conference in Chicago, IL.
Energy Adviser: Electrifying tours await students
Electricity is everywhere around us. Our children need to understand it. Every time they use electricity, they can make something useful or harmful happen depending on their thoughtful use of it.
Police nab suspect in string of robberies
Authorities say they apprehended a woman suspected of robbing a Columbia Bank branch in Orchards June 26 and then fleeing in this stolen microcar from the Car2Go rental service.