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Vancouver woman gets 10 years for role in sex trafficking
A Vancouver woman was sentenced Wednesday to 10 years in prison for helping to arrange the prostitution of two teen girls in March 2012 in Vancouver.
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Sometimes there are no words
I found myself shooting a photo of a woman with a ton of cash and a cartoon dog on Tuesday.
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The Georgia Straight
Leap into summer vacation with these B.C. getaways
But why wait for the Queen's blessing to get into the vacation spirit? Let's face it: the weather is so variable in June and early July that May can be just as good for a getaway.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
City of Vancouver
Volunteer in recognition of Earth Day 2014
Volunteers are mobilizing throughout the community to recognize and celebrate Earth Day 2014.
Three Boy Scouts from the Fort Vancouver District successfully passed their Eagle Scout board of review in March and have been advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout.
Vancouver couple facing federal sex trafficking charges
A Vancouver, Wash. couple accused of using an underage girl for prostitution will now face federal charges.
Alder Creek Kayak's Spring Paddle Festival due this weekend at Vancouver Lake
This weekend is the time to warm up for the coming paddling season, when Alder Creek Kayak and Canoe, the Hayden Island-based paddling store, kicks off the paddling season this weekend with its 22nd Spring Paddle Festival.
Skamania County adds weekend buses for recreation in Washington's Columbia gorge
The May wildflower bloom high on Dog Mountain on the Washington side of the Columbia River Gorge will now be accessible via a weekend Skamania County recreation bus.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Motorcyclist remains in critical condition after crash
A Vancouver man remained in critical condition Monday after crashing his motorcycle Saturday evening on state Highway 14 in east Vancouver.
Working in Clark County: Animal Behaviorist Carmen LeBlanc
Carmen LeBlanc, once a newspaper reporter, wishes she'd started her second career earlier.
Student accused of arson after small fire at Fort Vancouver High
An 18-year-old Vancouver man accused of intentionally starting a small fire at Fort Vancouver High School appeared in court Monday on a charge of first-degree arson.
Shelley Fralic: Cross-border confidential - feeding the 100-Mile Retail Diet
Traffic lineups heading into the U.S.A. at the Peace Arch border crossing are often backed up for more than two hours.
Treasurer accused of stealing $800,000 from Vancouver Masons
The treasurer for the Vancouver Masonic Temple faces charges of stealing nearly $800,000 from the social and charitable organization.
The News Tribune
University Place home loan lender convicted in mortgage fraud scheme
A University Place man who once described himself as "a wolf" for his hardball lending tactics has been convicted in U.S. District Court of lying on federal loan applications and conspiracy to submit fraudulent applications.
Civil War hero buried in Vancouver witness to history
As the state was celebrating its most recent Medal of Honor recipients, historian Jeff Davis found an intriguing update for a Medal of Honor winner buried in Vancouver.
Sun Apr 20, 2014
Bremerton firm grabs share of Navy contract
A Bremerton company is among a half-dozen signed to a Navy contract worth up to $99 million in waterfront construction work.
The Huffington Post
'Prince Of Pot' Marc Emery Spends Last 4/20 In Prison
The 2013 4/20 rally in Vancouver, Canada. A poster of Marc Emery hangs behind the stage at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
Clark County economic recovery begins to clock in
January sees county bounce back from Great Recession's job losses; swan song of iconic businesses leaves a sad sting Ever since the Great Recession was declared officially over on Sept.
Clark County neighborhood crime count
Vancouver has made strides in revitalizing its city center. Each year, there are more downtown events, and more residents and retailers are expected in the years to come.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Humane Society for Southwest Washington receives largest-ever food donation from schools
Last Thursday, the Humane Society for Southwest Washington received its largest donation of pet food to date - 4,238 pounds of food collected by students from three Vancouver-area schools.