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The 2013 4/20 rally in Vancouver, Canada. A poster of Marc Emery hangs behind the stage at the Vancouver Art Gallery.
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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.
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.
Nicholas Arredondo wanted to make his last concert with the Portland Youth Philharmonic one to remember.
The ELO is proud to announce the "The N. Katherine Hayles Award for Criticism of Electronic Literature" and "The Robert Coover Award for a Work of Electronic Literature."
Federal investigators found more than 3,100 pornographic images and 500 movie files on 36-year-old Joseph Schesso's computers at his old house in Vancouver, according to the state U.S. Attorney's Office.
Buried in the long list of expenditures paid out by the Columbia River Crossing during the past decade is an item that may have caught the attention of some readers.
The Lakeside Par 3 Golf Challenge in Vancouver, Wash., was called by PGA Magazine, "the Northwest's toughest par 3." Charley Greene probably has the greatest backyard in America, also known as the Lakeview Par 3 Golf Challenge .
Downtown Vancouver celebrated a fashionable ode to spring during Saturday's Couve Couture.
Vancouver School of Arts and Academics' Ryan Hanrahan, 17, shows a puppet likeness of Danny Weinkauf, the bass player for the band They Might Be Giants, who hired the teen to make a humorous sock puppet music video for the musician's upcoming kids album.
The Vancouver Police Department has current police officer vacancies and is hiring entry level and lateral police officers.
Spokane is taking over operation of the city incinerator that burns waste to generate electricity.
A convicted sex offender who fled to the other side of the country was placed on one year of probation Tuesday.
Two fugitive recovery agents and a former bail agent are facing criminal charges for invading a Vancouver home late March 20 and handcuffing at least two occupants who were inside.
Kids can exercise minds and bodies and everyone can check out the remodeled Clark County Family YMCA on April 26. The Y has just wrapped up an $8 million renovation that dramatically upgraded its offerings.
Western Washington University President Bruce Shepard says he's being deliberately provocative when he says the university in Bellingham will have failed if it's as white in the decades ahead as it is today.