Chris Brown highlights the top stories this week from ClarkCountyToday.com: Write-in candidate Barry McDonnell ousts Shannon Turk as Camas mayor; Supplemental levy for Vancouver Public Schools heads to February ballot; Saying ‘thank you’ by listening: The Veterans History Project; A Flag Dedication: Veterans Day 2019; Bi-state bridge commission combs through CRC failure in second meeting; Alzheimer’s Association holds public meeting at PeaceHealth SW; All aboard The Polar Express at the Vancouver Mall; State football: Eight Clark County teams prepare for first round; Volleyball: Undefeated Ridgefield looks to repeat as state champions; State swimming: A true team effort at La Center; Fighting Shockwave: Women’s football team in Portland has a Clark County connection.
Results of the Nov. 5 general election show that write-in candidate Barry McDonnell will defeat incumbent Shannon Turk in the race for mayor of the city of Camas.Read more
Vancouver School District is asking voters to approve a supplemental local funding levy in February.Read more
Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler brought the Library of Congress’ Veterans History Project to Vancouver for the eve of Veteran’s Day.Read more
The Black Pearl on the Columbia dedicated their new flag pole with the help of the Camas VFW as a part of a Veterans Day ceremony.Read more
Lawmakers combed through the wreckage of the Columbia River Crossing project looking for useable remnants at their second meeting of a bi-state committee this week.Read more
Here are notes on every matchup involving local teams in the opening round of the state football playoffs Friday and SaturdayRead more
A glance at the Clark County high school volleyball teams still playing as state tournaments beginRead more
Small school La Center to have relay team for first time at state meet as Clark County schools prepare for final meet of the girls swim season.Read more
A full-contact women’s football team based in Portland is looking for athletes from all over the region to give the sport a try.Read more
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