Paul Valencia
Union gets state regionals started with win over Battle Ground
Three games played Friday and eight more Saturday featuring Clark County basketball teams in state tournaments.
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Your Week in Review – Episode 48 • February 22, 2019
Chris Brown covers the top stories of the week on ClarkCountyToday.com. Ridgefield schools dealing with the unexpected failure of third building bond; Drag Queen Story Hour at Vancouver Public Library brings protests to board of trustees meeting; 16-year old Evergreen student killed in officer-involved shooting; 2019 tax refunds lower than last year, but there could be a good reason; Eight Clark County wrestlers win state championships; High School basketball playoffs preview; Local gymnast not letting mental disorder slow her down; Union boy’s basketball coach and wife welcome baby during the playoffs.
Paul Valencia
Union’s basketball family adds one more to depth chart
Titans head coach took some time off during playoffs — for best reason ever
Chris Brown
What’s the deal with 2019 tax returns?
Early tax refunds are lower than last year, but does that mean the president’s tax reforms are a bust?
ClarkCountyToday.com
Projections of low spring chinook returns constrain Columbia River fishing seasons
Fishery managers from Washington and Oregon approved this week a sport fishery for spring chinook salmon on the Columbia River that reflects a significant reduction in the number of fish available for harvest this year.
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