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  1. Clark College culinary facility gets $4 million boostRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    President Bob Knight announced the gift from the Tod and Maxine McClaskey Family Foundation at a celebration for donors Wednesday night. The remodeled facility will be known as the Tod and Maxine McClaskey Culinary Institute at Clark College.

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  2. Inslee praises Vancouver waterfront projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    Gov. Jay Inslee visited Vancouver's future downtown waterfront park on Wednesday, calling it a center of economic expansion that will benefit the entire state. Not long ago, the 7.3-acre site was just mud and rubble.

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  3. Spring Into CyclingRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    Cycling is a fabulous low-impact cardiovascular workout that definitely will strengthen and tone your legs! And even if you haven't rode a bike since elementary school, riding a bike is just like, well, riding a bike! However. whether you cycle recreationally or competitively, cycling requires a great deal of leg strength and endurance in your torso muscles to hold your body in a forward flexed posture safely while you ride.

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  4. Ambulance called after student collapses in gym at Columbia River High SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    Paramedics were called to Columbia River High School after a student collapsed in one of the school's gyms after school Wednesday. "A student collapsed in the gym.

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  5. Nearly 4,000 sign city pay hike petitionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    Former Vancouver Mayors Bruce Hagensen, left, and Royce Pollard, explain a petition drive in late April for a ballot measure that would ask voters if the pay increases recently granted to Vancouver's mayor and City Council should be repealed. Organizers of a petition effort to retract the Vancouver City Council's recent pay hikes say they've gathered nearly 4,000 signatures on their petition, and plan to present it at City Hall on Thursday.

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  6. Volunteer OpportuntiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    Technical administrative assistants are also needed to provide critical feedback and establish new operations. This position may include attending outreach events and supervising volunteer call takers.

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  7. Seventh-graders win NASA contestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    Four Pacific Middle School seventh-graders won the middle school division of NASA's 2016 Optimus Prime Spinoff Promotion and Research Challenge, which asks students to create new uses of NASA technologies. The Pacific group - Jasmine Wu, Katherine Valbuena, Aubrey Nesti and Heidi Long - re-purposed spacesuit material to create a lightweight, durable tent.

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  8. NAACP looking for Juneteenth T-shirt designs from kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    The Vancouver NAACP is holding a Juneteenth T-shirt design contest for kids younger than 18 who live in the Vancouver area. Entries must be original and represent Juneteenth and what it means.

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  9. Letter: Property-tax boost is bad ideaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    Issue 1: I own two rental properties within the city limits. My private home isn't in Vancouver and I will not be allowed to vote on this tax increase.

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  10. In Our View: Focus on Fee WaiverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    Three years into Clark County's fee-waiver program for commercial development, the problem is clear - nobody knows whether it is working. Oh sure, County Councilor David Madore is convinced.

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  11. Everybody Has A Story: Mail pickup a piece of cake for these MarinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    Neither war nor bad handwriting stays these couriers. ... This is 1st Marine Division post office, with clerk James McElwee at center, his hat covering the word "Marine."

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  12. In the ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 18 | The Columbian

    Air Force Airman 1st Class Christopher A. O'Bryant completed basic military training with honors at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio. He is the son of Kristine Howard and stepson of Ken Howard of Vancouver.

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  13. Pistol-whipping suspect has long recordRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | The Columbian

    The Longview man accused of pistol-whipping his ex-girlfriend and possibly firing at Cowlitz County sheriff's deputies early Monday morning has a long criminal record sheet that includes several allegedly racially motivated attacks on black men. Brent Ward Luyster's 32-year-old ex-girlfriend called police at 3 am.

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  14. East Vancouvera s free Recycle Day is SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | The Columbian

    Vancouver Solid Waste Services is working with Clark County Environmental Services to host a Green Neighbors Recycling Day Event for Vancouver residents from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May, 21, at Fisher's Landing Transit Center, 3510 S.E. 164th Ave. The event gives Vancouver residents an opportunity to drop off block foam, electronic equipment, old tires without rims, refrigerators, freezers, air-conditioning units and scrap metals. Each vehicle is allowed to bring only five tires.

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  15. Clark County delays decision to talk with CowlitzRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | The Columbian

    The Clark County council delayed voting on a resolution that would lay the foundation for improved relationships with the Cowlitz Tribe over its plans to build a $510 million casino outside of La Center. The council appeared poised Tuesday to approve a resolution opening the door for conversations with the tribe with the aim of "furthering the public health and welfare of Clark County citizens."

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  16. Chaser with a cleaver gets 30 daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | The Columbian

    A Vancouver man who chased a group of teenagers with a meat cleaver after a confrontation on his property was sentenced Tuesday in Clark County Superior Court to 30 days of work crew. Court records say Moses chased the teens after they attempted to cut through his property.

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  17. Providence Academy's Class of 1966 celebrates 50th reunionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | The Columbian

    The Vancouver National Historic Trust will begin repairing the Providence Academy's front porches and replacing its roof this summer. The state Legislature allocated $1 million for upgrades.

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  18. HP unveils 2 industrial-strength 3D printersRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | The Columbian

    HP Inc., which helped define printing technology for paper, is turning to the industry's next generation: producing three-dimensional objects. The company is introducing two 3D printers aimed at manufacturing customers looking for efficient ways to make items without traditional tools, Chief Executive Officer Dion Weisler said Tuesday.

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  19. Vesta offers more details for new Marriott at port of VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | The Columbian

    Vesta Hospitality owns or manages hotels throughout the West, but it has only one in its own backyard of Vancouver. That will change within the next couple of years with the Port of Vancouver's selection of the little-known company to develop, own and operate a new hotel at the port's Terminal 1, just west of the former Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay.

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  20. Piller succeeds Miller at Air and Hospitality AcademyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | The Columbian

    Vancouver businessman Arch Miller has announced his retirement as chief executive officer and president of the International Air and Hospitality Academy, a trade school he founded in 1979 to train workers for careers in the travel and airline industries. The school's board of directors has named Colleen Piller as the academy's new CEO and president.

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