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May 2018 was an unusually dry month for Clark County. Vancouver had under 1/10 of an inch of rain the entire month, with several days of consecutive sunshine. The weather was also temperate for the most part, staying under 90 degrees on the warmest days and with lows never dropping under the 40’s. With such […]
Restaurants have always been looking out for ways to increase business during traditionally low periods. Many businesses decided to use happy hour as a way to bring in customers with discounted drinks. Recently, however, several restaurants have adopted this idea for more than just drinks, with some offering fantastic deals on sides, salads, appetizers and […]
Angela Harvey loves vintage trailers, and she’s not alone. People still traverse the country in these midcentury beauties, which bear evocative names like Airstream, Shasta, Avion, and Aloha. Harvey was just 14 when she saw “The Long, Long Trailer,” on TV, a 1954 film starring Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, and it kindled something inside […]
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Hathaway Elementary third grade girls got the chance to take a spin at engineering thanks to a visit by OMSI’s Pit Crew on June 5. This OMSI imagineering program is a hands-on, inquiry-based workshop in which students use the engineering design process to solve challenges through design and testing. Students created their own car design […]
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Clark College has hired Dr. Sachi Horback as the Vice President of Instruction. She is replacing Dr. Tim Cook, who is leaving the college to become the President at Clackamas Community College. Dr. Horback will begin at the college on Monday, July 2. Dr. Horback is currently the District Dean for Business and Social Sciences […]
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The Southwest Washington Tamale Festival is a new event to celebrate the richness of Latino culture in Southwest Washington. Presented by the Southwest Washington League of United Latin American Citizens, the family-friendly event will be held in downtown Washougal on Saturday, June 30, from 1 to 9 p.m. and is free and open to the […]
Washougal, WA – Excitement filled the air at Hathaway Elementary with the announcement of student winners of seven brand new bicycles to culminate the year-long Strive for Five attendance program. The program aim is to increase understanding of and commitment to the importance of school attendance. “Striving for five means working to limit absences to […]
Movies and summer go together like butter and popcorn. There is nothing like a cool theater on a hot day, or watching a flick on a breezy summer evening. But if you find yourself a little short on cash, you might be thinking you will have to miss out on movies this summer. Never fear! […]
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The Scholastic Cup will call Camas High School home for the next 12 months. A year after finishing second overall among 4A schools, the Papermakers captured one of the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association’s top prizes for the 2017-2018 school year, earning their first-ever Scholastic Cup. The Scholastic Cup is a year-long competition which recognizes the […]
I have very fond childhood memories of waiting impatiently for the weather to get just warm enough to play in the sprinkler. I would then proceed to play in that freezing cold water until I was practically blue and my mother would have to make me come inside. It’s just not summer, regardless of weather, […]
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