2018: A visual Year in Review
ClarkCountyToday.com photographer and videographer Mike Schultz takes a look back and the sites and sounds of 2018
Part of the mission of ClarkCountyToday.com is to not just provide Clark County residents with written content. A priority of the news organization is to offer compelling visual content through photos and video.
Our staff has went to great length to do just that. Lead photographer/videographer Mike Schultz, graphic designer Andi Schwartz and reporters Chris Brown, Jacob Granneman and Paul Valencia have all contributed greatly to this effort.
Here is a video and photographic look back at the past 12 months:
ClarkCountyToday.com’s award-winning photographer Mike Schultz offered some of his favorite photos taken in 2018:
These three youngsters were caught enjoying a ride at the 2018 Clark County Fair. Photo by Mike Schultz
When organizers needed an Indy Car used for promotion fixed, they turned to Clark County’s Gaynor’s Automotive, which came to their rescue in time for the Grand Prix of Portland. Photo by Mike Schultz
This year’s Tree Lighting Ceremony in La Center featured a laser light show, captured in this photo. Photo by Mike Schultz
Cub Scout Pack 303 and 310 helped make the annual Fourth of July parade in Ridgefield a patriotic affair. Photo by Mike Schultz
Youngster River McPoil, of Vancouver, picks out a pint-sized pumpkin at Pomeroy Farm in October. Photo by Mike Schultz
This photo shows that participating in the Vancouver Rodeo is not always a walk in the park. Photo by Mike Schultz
This photo shows a unique angle of the new development, captured at the Vancouver Waterfront Dedication. Photo by Mike Schultz
Dahlia Gruenberg enjoys the Pancake Breakfast sponsored by Fire District 3 at the annual Harvest Days Celebration in Battle Ground. Photo by Mike Schultz
Reporters were eager to hear from Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler on Election Night in November after her victory over challenger Carolyn Long. Photo by Mike Schultz
Father Rich Reid photographs his son Camden at the annual Dozer Days event. Photo by Mike Schultz
Filmmaker Jacob Granneman joined the ClarkCountyToday.com staff as a reporter in 2018. Here are three samples of his work as a videographer:
Vancouver runner, Kirsten Myers, has lived with type 1 diabetes since she was 17-years-old, and now she is running marathons, starting with the New York City marathon.
Students from four local high schools make up the competitive robotics Team 2471 which designs, constructs and competes nationally with a new robot every year through the...
Ret. 1st Sgt. John J. Lord, received the the second highest Navy accommodation, the Navy Cross, at the 243rd Marine Corps birthday ball on Saturday evening.
Election season was also a time for ClarkCountyToday.com reporter Chris Brown to shine with video interviews of the candidates:
Eileen Quiring, candidate for Clark County Chair, sat down with ClarkCountyToday.com for a one-on-one interview ahead of the November election.
Eric Holt, the Democratic candidate for Clark County Council Chair sat down with reporter Chris Brown for a one-on-one interview ahead of the November general election.
When Rep. Liz Pike chose to step down from local politics, she explained her decision and career with ClarkCountyToday.com Editor Ken Vance:
Rep. Liz Pike, a Camas resident, announced she was withdrawing from her political career in January. On Thursday, she answered questions about that decision for the first...
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