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8 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
The Vancouver Columbian reports the proposed bridge, championed by Clark County Commissioner David Madore, would cross the Columbia River at Highway 14 in Vancouver, jog to the west slightly, cross Government Island and connect to Northeast Airport Way in Oregon.
12 hrs ago | The Columbian
For designers of Clark County wine and beer labels, that means going beyond just walking the walk; they also have to drink the drink, Don Elliott, an award-winning designer who created most of the labels for Ridgefield's GougA©r Cellars, said with a laugh.
16 hrs ago | The Columbian
Never mind the lack of qualifications, or the lack of desire to manage hundreds of employees, or the lack of interest in 60-hour work weeks.
That's right, this Sunday, July 27, is the day of the greatest little car show in the valley.
The walk will begin near the playground at Marshall Park, 1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd., and travel through the Street Tree Arboretum to the grounds of Clark College and back.
A "friend" reports from Washington state: Yes, the legal pot is of the highest quality.
Vancouver, Washington native and former Skyview High School standout Colby Gilbert finished ninth in the men's 5,000 at the IAAF World Junior Championships on Friday in Eugene.
Local members of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union, locked out by United Grain Corp. at the Port of Vancouver, added a 12-foot-tall inflatable rat to their protest on Aug. 15, 2013, at the east gate of the port.
He had issues with his short- and long-term memory, leading him to struggle with memorization.
One of the deadliest landslides in U.S. history was unleashed when part of a mountain collapsed onto a rain-sodden slope, sending a wall of mud shooting through a Washington state neighborhood, according to a federal landslide expert.
Kasey Anderson bilked investors out of nearly $600,000 for various projects, including a non-existent benefit album for the "West Memphis Three."
Habitat for Humanity works on structures such as this one, erected during a challenge in which four Portland builders created affordable homes within two weeks.
Lynne Griffith, Pierce Transit's chief executive officer, announced Thursday she will retire at the end of this year after leading the agency through growth and cutbacks over the past eight years.
In the climate of shrinking budgets, not many public employees have received a 28 percent increase in total compensation over the past six years.
Kasey Anderson pleaded guilty last summer in federal court in Tacoma. According to the U.S. attorney's office, Judge Ronald B. Leighton issued the sentence Thursday, telling the 34-year-old defendant he let down a lot of people.
A level III sex offender recently registered as homeless in the Vancouver area. Milin Lee Carter, 52, is among the group of sex offenders considered most likely to reoffend.
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Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 03:02 pm
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