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Weather Eye: Good news and bad on the weather front
Good news, bad news. If you like snow and cold, it is melting away from the weather forecast.
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What's up in Burnaby? Arts listings Dec. 9
In harmony: The Amabilis Singers, under the direction of Ramona Luengen, bring their Christmas Wish concert to the stage on Dec. 14. Photograph by: Contributed/ Burnaby NOW In harmony: The Amabilis Singers, under the direction of Ramona Luengen, bring their Christmas Wish concert to the stage on Dec. 14. Short story open mike, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at ... (more)
Mon Dec 09, 2013
President Obama arrives in South Africa for memorial service honouring Nelson Mandela
The media and a small group of guests were given a sneak preview of the majestic show Cavalia Odysseo in Vancouver.
Suspect in Sifton-area apartment robbery appears in court
A Vancouver man appeared Monday in Clark County Superior Court on suspicion of a home-invasion robbery Wednesday in an apartment complex in the Sifton neighborhood.
Vancouver man arrested in drug, firearm trafficking probe
Forty people, including a Vancouver resident, have been arrested on suspicion of gang-related drug and firearm trafficking in Oregon.
Mother of abducted baby appears in court
The mother of a 5-month-old boy allegedly abducted from Child Protective Services appeared today in Clark County Superior Court on multiple charges.
City of Vancouver
Bubbles, prisms, and lights - " oh my! Free family fun at Water Center.
Second Saturdays at the Water Resources Education Center are not only fun, they're free! Each second Saturday of the month, from 1 to 3 p.m., kids and their families are invited to explore a different topic through hands-on activities, games and stories.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Vancouver's low of 9 degrees sets Dec. 8 record
The temperature has dropped to record-setting levels the past couple of days - but that's not the full extent of our cold snap, according to Steve Pierce, The Columbian's weather blogger.
WWRM-FM Saint Petersburg
Woman unknowingly live-tweets husband's fatal car wreck
The collision happened about 1:40 p.m. Wednesday on southbound Interstate 205. Caran Johnson, who tweets using the handle @scancouver , is known for tweeting news in the city of Vancouver, Wash., while listening to police scanners.
Missing 5-Month-Old Jaxon Smith Found; Mother Arrested, Father Still At Large
Police are on the hunt for a 31-year-old Washington state man after finding his 5-month-old son, who was snatched late last month from Child Protective Services, multiple news organizations report.
Planning ahead can cut back on holiday waste
Starting the week of Thanksgiving through mid-January, Clark County residents generate more than 500 additional tons of garbage compared to other 10-week stretches of the year, said Josy Wright, waste reduction manager for Waste Connections.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Walk & Knock: Giving together
The Clark County Food Bank will continue to take donations at its drop-off box at 6502 N.E. 47th Ave., Vancouver.
Police find missing infant and mother, but father still at large
VANCOUVER, Wash. Police arrested a Vancouver woman they say absconded with her 5-month-old son who had been in protective custody, but the boy's father is still at large.
Capell will become the next Camas city administrator
Camas Mayor Scott Higgins said Peter S. Capell, current Clark County public works director, has been given a conditional offer of employement, pending reference and background checks.
The Morning Press: Fatal accident, $700 tip, food stamps, Camas football
In an achingly sad unfolding of events, a Vancouver woman unwittingly live-tweeted the fatal crash that killed her husband Wednesday afternoon on Interstate 205.
Holiday concerts trumpet songs of the season
Fortunately, there's a variety of concerts in the Vancouver area that can elevate your holiday spirits.
City of Vancouver
Let It Snow! Get winter weather tips & learn about the City's snow removal priorities.
Be prepared! The City of Vancouver's Department of Public Works encourages businesses and residents to plan ahead and be alert to avoid many problems associated with severe weather.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Gary Bock named to head contractors association
Gary Bock has been named executive director of the Southwest Washington Contractors Association, replacing Mike Bomar, who recently was appointed president of the Columbia River Economic Development Council.
Guesses on cause of elk hoof rot
The hoof disease afflicting Southwest Washington elk most likely is caused by a bacteria, says the assistant director for wildlife of the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.
Updated VPS schools open despite robocall error
Confusion over whether Vancouver Public Schools would have a snow day today was complicated when a robocall was accidentally sent out to some parents.