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  1. Vancouver oil terminal is not worth riskRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 11 | Seattle Times

    WASHINGTONIANS might someday be grateful that the June 3 oil-train crash along the Columbia River provided a timely demonstration of these trains' danger. The derailment and fire in Mosier, Ore ., revealed shortcomings in emergency preparedness and the weakness of safety regulations - just as the state is considering an oil-by-rail project downstream. 1 comment

  2. Wisteria is beautiful, but might be more trouble than it's worthRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Wisteria can drive you crazy because if you just let it grow, you might wait 20 years before seeing a bloom. Proper pruning from the start is the trick to enticing your wisteria to bloom within a reasonable amount of time.


  3. Seattle Angel Conference picks Vancouver, Wash. startup as competition winnerRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Seattle Angel Conference has named Vancouver, Wash. startup Hubb as the winner of its first competition of the year.


  4. Best bets for a weekend of dining in Vancouver, B.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2016 | Seattle Times

    I hadn't visited in a shamefully long time, and hadn't been keeping up as I should with the city's wildly growing food scene. Trying to contend with Seattle's is crazy enough - and, as The Seattle Times food writer, also an occupational imperative.


  5. Birds, staff return to Malheur National Wildlife RefugeRead the original story

    Apr 3, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Linda Beck is a fish biologist in charge of a Sisyphus-like struggle against millions of invasive carp that have uprooted aquatic plants, severely diminishing the food supplies here for waterfowl. During the winter occupation of the Malheur refuge, as threats to federal employees escalated, Beck evacuated to Vancouver, Washington, leaving behind her rancher husband to take care of their cattle.


  6. Anglers finding success for spring chinook in the ColumbiaRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 1, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Joe Hymer of Vancouver, Wash., a state Fish and Wildlife biologist, reels in a spring chinook salmon on the Lower Columbia River. "There are quite a few spring chinook being caught in the Lower Columbia mainstem," said Joe Hymer, a state Fish and Wildlife biologist.


  7. Second body recovered from Astoria, Ore., plane wreckageRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 28, 2016 | Seattle Times

    A dive team has recovered the body of a local woman killed when a plane crashed last week into the Columbia River near Astoria, Ore. About 1:30 p.m. Monday, divers working with the Clatsop County Sheriff's Office recovered the body of 63-year-old Irene Mustain.


  8. Easter egg hunt disrupted by drug bust, police sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2016 | Seattle Times

    A disturbance during an Easter egg hunt Saturday evening in Salmon Creek led to the discovery of a large-scale unlicensed pot operation, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office. At about 6 p.m., police were dispatched to a report that the neighborhood Easter egg hunt had been interrupted by a man screaming that his roommates were going to shoot him, according to a story published in the Vaancouver Columbian.


  9. Divers find bodies of 2 missing in plane crash near AstoriaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Officials say dive teams have discovered the bodies of two Vancouver, Washington, residents who were missing after a plane crash in the Columbia River near Astoria. The Columbian newspaper reports Clatsop County Search and Rescue divers found the bodies of John McKibbin and Irene Mustain among plane wreckage Friday afternoon.


  10. Baristas' prayer for Vancouver Dutch Bros. Coffee customer makes national newsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 24, 2016 | Seattle Times

    A Vancouver, Wash. woman received kindness and a prayer along with her cup of coffee at a Dutch Bros.


  11. Sanders' success may mean religious faith is no longer a political weaponRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2016 | Seattle Times

    I doubt I would vote for the Vermont senator - he's too pie-in-the-sky liberal for me. But still I hope he ignores all the establishment calls for him to drop out.


  12. Guest essay: How to support students amid hostile, divisive presidential electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 18, 2016 | Seattle Times

    In recent months the political rhetoric nationwide has become increasingly divisive and disturbing. Some political candidates are being, in my opinion, irresponsible in the things they are saying and are either ignorant or insensitive to the impact their words are having on many, especially our young people.


  13. Lower Columbia River spring chinook catches slowed by turbid and high water flowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 16, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Joe Hymer of Vancouver, Wash., the state Fish and Wildlife biologist, reels in a spring chinook salmon on the Lower Columbia River. The Lower Columbia River spring chinook fishery started out strong, but turbid water and higher flows of late has put a damper on success below St. Helens where most of the action has occurred.


  14. CFO fired as top-ranked company finds books were manipulatedRead the original story

    Mar 12, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Barrett Business Services, based in Vancouver, Wash., has fired its chief financial officer after the company found its books had been manipulated. Barrett Business Services has terminated its chief financial officer and disavowed its financial statements as it probes apparent improprieties.


  15. CFO fired as top-ranked Barrett finds books were manipulatedRead the original story

    Mar 11, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Shareholders at Barrett Business Services probably breathed a sigh of relief in late January when the Vancouver, Wash., public company said an outside law firm - hired 10 weeks earlier to probe some funny business flagged by Barrett's accounting firm - "did not find that an illegal act had occurred within the scope of its investigation." The company disclosed Wednesday it has fired James D. Miller, its chief financial officer and vice president of finance, after he admitted "he had made unsupported journal entries in the company's financial records" in 2013.


  16. Serving a hungry child breakfast can transform a lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 22, 2016 | Seattle Times

    FROM Pullman to Ellensburg to Vancouver, hunger is a legacy of the Great Recession in our state. It is especially evident in schools where three out of four public-school teachers say that students regularly come to school hungry.


  17. Local drug firm goes on 'Dr. Oz' with new potential patient - Charlie SheenRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Charlie Sheen may not be the perfect celebrity endorser these days: alcohol and drug abuse, outbursts that got him fired from his TV sitcom, a chase after crazy alternative therapies to keep his HIV suppressed. And "The Dr. Oz Show," with a history of promoting fad diets and unfounded medical claims, may not be the best platform for a drug company CEO to explain a legitimate clinical trial.


  18. Driver admits to reaching 140 mph before I-5 crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2016 | Seattle Times

    A man admitted to driving 140 mph before a two-vehicle crash on Interstate 5 near La Center, Clark County, early Friday, according to the Washington State Patrol. The crash was reported just before 4 a.m. near the I-5 northbound La Center onramp, Trooper Will Finn said.


  19. NBA All-Star weekend highlights Canada's growing hoops loveRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2016 | Seattle Times

    When Greg Anthony arrived in Vancouver to join the inaugural Grizzlies team in 1995, the cash in his pocket wasn't the only currency that he needed to exchange. Anthony was a star in college at mighty UNLV and went to the NBA to play for the Knicks, who took a backseat to nobody in New York during those playoff days.


  20. Driver who collided with school bus may have been distracted by cellphoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2016 | Seattle Times

    Police believe the driver of a blue Nissan Versa that veered into oncoming traffic and hit a school bus head-on may have been distracted by her cellphone. The accident at about 8:30 a.m. Wednesday near the Minnehaha Elementary School in Vancouver left one of the 53 children onboard with an injury.


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