Camas standout Addison Harris is attempting to follow in her mother’s footsteps as the Camas Papermakers attempt to win a state basketball championship this week at the Tacoma Dome.
The Skyview Storm got defensive again, and they won again in the Class 4A boys basketball state tournament, advancing to the quarterfinals, and a few hours later, Camas just missed a trip to the elite eight, falling in the round of 12.
For the boys basketball teams in small-school state tournaments, Seton Catholic and Columbia Adventist Academy continue to impress, while Columbia River kept it close for a while but fell in the round of 12.
The Columbia River Rapids advanced in the Class 2A girls basketball state tournament after defeating league-rival Ridgefield in a round-of-12 matchup in the Yakima Valley SunDome on Wednesday.
Rob Anderson, sponsor of the Restore Election Confidence Initiative, addresses the troubling reality that hangs over many voters.
Proponents of Initiative 2113 to reduce requirements for law enforcement to engage in vehicle pursuits expressed frustration at how a Wednesday morning legislative public hearing on the initiative was conducted.
Elizabeth Hovde of the Washington Policy Center encourages others to not believe that Initiative 2111 is too vague, sloppily written, confusing or unnecessary.
Last Thursday, a WAGOP “X” follower posted a picture of her presidential primary election ballot envelope, stating that voters are required to designate party affiliation.
Legislation passed by majority Democrats in the state Senate will likely mean the end of retail firearm sales in Washington, says Sen. Lynda Wilson.
Fire District 6 will be conducting a training burn Thursday at an abandoned house at the corner of 94th Street and 21st Avenue, just south of Columbia River High School.
Detectives with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a suspect for stealing numerous utility trailers and selling them on social media in the Portland Metro area and Southwest Washington.
The Clark County Climate Project Environmental Justice Coalition will meet at 3:30 pm on Monday, March 4.
Like mother, like daughter?

Like mother, like daughter?

Camas standout Addison Harris is attempting to follow in her mother’s footsteps as the Camas Papermakers attempt to win a state basketball championship this week at the Tacoma Dome.

State basketball Wednesday: Skyview boys advance to quarterfinals; Camas falls

State basketball Wednesday: Skyview boys advance to quarterfinals; Camas falls

The Skyview Storm got defensive again, and they won again in the Class 4A boys basketball state tournament, advancing to the quarterfinals, and a few hours later, Camas just missed a trip to the elite eight, falling in the round of 12.

State basketball Wednesday: Seton Catholic and Columbia Adventist Academy advance

State basketball Wednesday: Seton Catholic and Columbia Adventist Academy advance

For the boys basketball teams in small-school state tournaments, Seton Catholic and Columbia Adventist Academy continue to impress, while Columbia River kept it close for a while but fell in the round of 12.

State basketball Wednesday: Columbia River girls take down rivals to advance

State basketball Wednesday: Columbia River girls take down rivals to advance

The Columbia River Rapids advanced in the Class 2A girls basketball state tournament after defeating league-rival Ridgefield in a round-of-12 matchup in the Yakima Valley SunDome on Wednesday.

Letter: Frustrated voters over forced party identification fuels call for election reforms

Letter: Frustrated voters over forced party identification fuels call for election reforms

Rob Anderson, sponsor of the Restore Election Confidence Initiative, addresses the troubling reality that hangs over many voters.

Republicans, others lament ‘sham of a hearing’ on police pursuit initiative

Republicans, others lament ‘sham of a hearing’ on police pursuit initiative

Proponents of Initiative 2113 to reduce requirements for law enforcement to engage in vehicle pursuits expressed frustration at how a Wednesday morning legislative public hearing on the initiative was conducted.

Opinion: Opponents are somehow confused by income-tax Initiative 2111

Opinion: Opponents are somehow confused by income-tax Initiative 2111

Elizabeth Hovde of the Washington Policy Center encourages others to not believe that Initiative 2111 is too vague, sloppily written, confusing or unnecessary.

WAGOP offers answers to questions about WA State Presidential Primary Election

WAGOP offers answers to questions about WA State Presidential Primary Election

Last Thursday, a WAGOP “X” follower posted a picture of her presidential primary election ballot envelope, stating that voters are required to designate party affiliation.

Sen. Lynda Wilson says Senate vote amounts to death sentence for Washington’s firearm dealers

Sen. Lynda Wilson says Senate vote amounts to death sentence for Washington’s firearm dealers

Legislation passed by majority Democrats in the state Senate will likely mean the end of retail firearm sales in Washington, says Sen. Lynda Wilson.

Training fire to demolish house in Clark County

Training fire to demolish house in Clark County

Fire District 6 will be conducting a training burn Thursday at an abandoned house at the corner of 94th Street and 21st Avenue, just south of Columbia River High School.

Clark County Sheriff’s Office investigates utility trailer thefts

Clark County Sheriff’s Office investigates utility trailer thefts

Detectives with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a suspect for stealing numerous utility trailers and selling them on social media in the Portland Metro area and Southwest Washington.

County Climate Project Environmental Justice Coalition to meet Monday

County Climate Project Environmental Justice Coalition to meet Monday

The Clark County Climate Project Environmental Justice Coalition will meet at 3:30 pm on Monday, March 4.

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