ClarkCountyTalk

ClarkCountyTalk is a community social network delivering positive stories about what it’s like to live, work and play in Clark County Washington. 

 

ClarkCountyTalk.com
ClarkCountyTalk.com

Featured BusinessEverydaySportsFoodArtActivitiesHistoryLocal TalkCalendarChannels


Recent articles from ClarkCountyTalk:

Vancouver’s Northeast Tenth Avenue Creek Crossing roadway improvements project launched with anticipated completion in June 2022

Construction is underway in Clark County to improve Northeast 10th Avenue from Northeast 149th Street to Northeast 154th Street in Vancouver. There have been multiple improvements on 10th Avenue over the last decade, including a new bridge just north of 154th Street. “This project (TACC) will connect to the new bridge to the north and […]

The post Vancouver’s Northeast Tenth Avenue Creek Crossing roadway improvements project launched with anticipated completion in June 2022 appeared first on ClarkCoTalk.

Governor Inslee Sets October 1 as the Start Date for Washington’s New Bag Law

Submitted by Environment Washington The environmental community applauds Governor Inslee for getting Washington’s new bag law back on track.  The new law, championed by Senator Mona Das (D-Kent) and Representative Strom Peterson (D-Edmonds) will go in effect on October 1. As of that date, retailers in the state will no longer hand out single-use plastic […]

The post Governor Inslee Sets October 1 as the Start Date for Washington’s New Bag Law appeared first on ClarkCoTalk.

Washington State Ecology Declares Drought Emergency

Submitted by Department of Ecology State of Washington A historically dry spring and summer, followed by a record-breaking heat wave have affected water supplies across Washington, prompting the Washington Department of Ecology to issue a drought emergency for most of the state. The only areas excluded from the emergency declaration are Seattle, Tacoma and Everett. […]

The post Washington State Ecology Declares Drought Emergency appeared first on ClarkCoTalk.

Take a Day Trip to Grays Harbor for a History Hike

One of the most important activities on any itinerary in Washington is spending time in the great outdoors. With thousands of miles of forested land, rich rainforest and a history that’s inspired countless stories, a day trip to Grays Harbor should include a history hike. Kestner Homestead Trail Quinault Very few homesteads from early settlers […]

The post Take a Day Trip to Grays Harbor for a History Hike appeared first on ClarkCoTalk.

Farrar’s Bistro in Vancouver’s Felida Neighborhood Sparks Community Connection, Delivers Comfort Food With Flair

Farrar’s Bistro is an award-winning family-friendly restaurant nestled in the heart of the Felida neighborhood in Vancouver and is a smart choice for fresh, local comfort food with flair. The upbeat service and community feel among neighbors and out-of-town visitors enhance the positive vibe of this off-the-beaten-path hot spot.“We are community minded, and we deliver […]

The post Farrar’s Bistro in Vancouver’s Felida Neighborhood Sparks Community Connection, Delivers Comfort Food With Flair appeared first on ClarkCoTalk.

New Cocktails, Live Music and Pop-up Shops Will Be Featured for Third Thursday in Downtown Camas

Submitted by Downtown Camas Association The theme for the Third Thursday on July 15 is “Thirsty Thursday” and will bring new and interesting cocktails and tastings to Downtown Camas. In addition to refreshing summer cocktails and non-alcoholic drinks, you will find new pop-up shops, art displays and live music in various locations throughout town. Downtown shops […]

The post New Cocktails, Live Music and Pop-up Shops Will Be Featured for Third Thursday in Downtown Camas appeared first on ClarkCoTalk.

Inslee Declares Wildfire State of Emergency, Limited Burn Ban

Submitted by Washington State Governor Gov. Jay Inslee declared a statewide state of emergency relating to the growing risk of wildfires, including a statewide prohibition on most outdoor and agricultural burning through September 30, 2021. “Washington is facing a historic drought and we have already experienced record-breaking heat. We must be vigilant in our efforts […]

The post Inslee Declares Wildfire State of Emergency, Limited Burn Ban appeared first on ClarkCoTalk.

Council for the Homeless: Removing the Stigma in a Post Pandemic World

In a first-world country such as ours, it seems jarringly out of place to discuss homelessness on a national level. Even in beautiful Clark County, there were nearly 6,400 people affected by homelessness in 2020, 26% of them under the age of 18. Founded in 1989, the Council for the Homeless works to prevent homelessness […]

The post Council for the Homeless: Removing the Stigma in a Post Pandemic World appeared first on ClarkCoTalk.

Washougal Art Festival Features Regional Artists

Submitted by Rene Carroll The Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance (WACA) is welcoming back artists and art lovers for their sixth annual Washougal Art Festival. The event will be held Saturday, August 14 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Reflection Plaza, 1703 Main Street, Washougal and feature nearly 20 professional local and regional artists. […]

The post Washougal Art Festival Features Regional Artists appeared first on ClarkCoTalk.

Inslee Issues Final Utility Moratorium Extension

Submitted by Washington State Governor Gov. Jay Inslee today issued an extension of the utility moratorium proclamation, which will now expire on September 30, 2021. This will be the final extension of the proclamation and the extension will align with the end date of the tenancy preservation bridge (21-09) to give Washingtonians struggling with housing […]

The post Inslee Issues Final Utility Moratorium Extension appeared first on ClarkCoTalk.