Clark County at Work: Applied Motion Systems Inc. | June 17
Systems engineer Sean Ylinen does final programing and testing of a control system for a machine that makes glass containers.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Bicyclist, 17, hurt in collision with vehicle | June 16,
A 17-year-old boy was injured when his bicycle collided with a motorist Sunday evening in the East Minnehaha neighborhood.
C-Tran looks at board composition | June 16,
A handful of cities are already jockeying for position, calling for more representation than they have now.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Kitsap Bears fall to Vipers
The Kitsap County Bears, playing with just 13 players, lost to the Clark County Vipers 13-0 on Saturday in a Pacific Football League game in La Center.
In Our View: Cheers & Jeers | June 15
Cheers: To the Washougal City Council for clarifying its ordinance on barking dogs.
YMCA to break ground on facility upgrade | June 15,
A new six-lane cool-water swimming pool is the centerpiece of an $8 million upgrade and expansion of the Clark County Family YMCA in Orchards.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Over the course of two weeks, law enforcement around Clark County was extra attentive to the traffic safety habits of motorists -- and the operation resulted in more than 400 citations.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Sex offender update | June 13,
A registered sex offender who poses a risk to re-offend recently became a transient in Vancouver, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
Portland-area letter carriers gather more than a million pounds of food to help Oregon's needy
Last month, the annual Stamp Out Hunger Letter Carriers Food Drive collected more than 1,164,000 pounds of non-perishable food in Oregon and Clark County, Wash.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Clark County Commissioners lean toward nonpartisan freeholders | June 12,
After a half-hour's worth of considering different ways to hold a freeholder election this year, Clark County Commissioner Tom Mielke said at a Wednesday meeting that the board appears to have gone "back to Plan A." Right now, it appears 15 freeholders will be elected, five per commissioner district, through a traditional election in which the ... (more)
Trial of Vancouver man accused of stabbing girlfriend 70 times goes to jury
VANCOUVER, Wash. The case of a Vancouver man who allegedly stabbed his girlfriend more than 70 times and then dumped her body in a ditch in May 2011 went to a jury on Wednesday afternoon.
Robert Schaefer named Clark County First Citizen for 2013 | June 12,
Beautiful places like Paradise Point State Park, educational institutions like the Vancouver branch campus of Washington State University, high-tech industries in Camas and even Clark County's one-of-a-kind child care consortium all stem from the work of attorney, former legislator and tireless community activist Schaefer, 83. Schaefer was chosen ... (more)
Dad, two sons, OK after short search north of Washougal | June 12,
A father and his two sons who were overdue home Tuesday evening from an off-road motorcycle excursion were found safe after a short search of an area north of Washougal.
Financial woes keep Lummi Island quarry from resolving permit violations
Financial troubles are compounding difficulties faced by a Lummi Island quarry that is under threat of being shut down by the Whatcom County hearing examiner for violating operating permits.
Teen hit by car at bus stop waited 90 minutes for help
A 16-year-old Battle Ground boy was hit by a car Monday morning as he waited for the school bus, according to the Clark County Sheriff's Office.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
10 sites offer free summer meals for kids | June 11,
More than 16,000 free meals - mostly lunches but also some breakfasts - are expected to be to served to children at 10 sites across Clark County this summer.
Judge blocks rezone on White Salmon River | June 10,
A Clark County Superior Court judge has blocked the rezoning of more than 1,000 acres of land along the White Salmon River, handing a victory to environmental groups who had challenged the move because they say it threatened a sensitive watershed.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
The Morning Press: A review of the weekend's news | June 10,
"Our contractor did a brilliant job of planning this work so they could maximize every second the interstate was closed," Heidi Sause said this morning.
Bainbridge Island Review
Kitsap County ranks seventh in same-sex marriages in Washington
Kitsap County ranked seventh in the state in the number of same-sex marriages in Washington since same-sex marriages became legal on Dec. 6. According to the Washington State Department of Health, nearly 2,500 same-sex couples were married in Washington in the 16-week period between Dec. 6, 2012 and March 31, 2013.
A seriously injured teenager was discovered screaming for help by a tow truck operator about 90 minutes after a traffic accident at a rural intersection in Battle Ground.