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4 hrs ago | The Pordland Mercury
See that discriminating fellow in the tie-dye shirt? If you've been paying even slight attention to coverage of Vancouver's first recreational pot shop today, you know him as Salem's Mark Edwards, who'd been waiting in line since around 3:30 am to snag the first spot in line at Main St. Marijuana.
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8 hrs ago | The Columbian
Main Street Marijuana opened at 11 a.m. at 2314 Main St. A second licensee, New Vansterdam, has received its permits and plans a Friday opening.
12 hrs ago | The Columbian
Columbia Springs Environmental Education Center is looking for a person to facilitate and lead volunteer restoration parties five Saturdays per year.
"These volunteers are so invaluable because they not only help us feed our frail elderly, but they make sure these seniors see a friendly face at least once a week.
A designers' vision of 15 West Apartments, which will include 120 apartments that are targeted at people who earn up to 60 percent of the area median.
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union and the Pacific Maritime Association said in a statement late Monday that they will halt negotiations for three days on a new contract covering all West Coast ports for 72 hours to work on "an unrelated negotiation taking place in the Pacific Northwest."
"I'm actually looking at a pot store," a local tells me as we standing outside this building, where Main Street Marijuana will open tomorrow.
An environmental group fighting a proposed drilling operation near Mount St. Helens declared victory Monday after a federal judge in Oregon found earlier review and approval of the proposal to be deficient.
A Battle Ground man appeared in Clark County Superior Court on Monday on suspicion of assaulting three people with a gun after they asked him to turn down the volume on music he and another friend were playing at a campsite along a Columbia River beach early Sunday.
A 17-year-old boy who set a fire that destroyed a Vancouver, Washington, elementary school has been ordered to pay $2 million in restitution and serve 10 days in detention.
Vancouver Fire Marshal Heidi Scarpelli said police and fire investigators are still determining exactly when the kitchen fire occurred, but that it did not appear suspicious.
I'm reading my boys the Judy Blume classic, "Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing," which I enjoyed as a kid.
In Vancouver, Washington, marijuana business owners are getting ready to open their shops this week.
Anglers have good reason to be booking trips with fishing guides or getting their own gear rigged and vacations scheduled for fishing the Columbia River from now into October.
The mother of a Vancouver teen who was struck and killed by a charter bus near Union Station in Northwest Portland last month is suing the driver and his employer for $5 million.
VANCOUVER, Wash. A 19-year-old man is presumed drowned in Yale Reservoir in Cowlitz County, sheriff's deputies said.
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