WATCH: Neighbors upset over growing homeless population inside Vancouver’s Leverich Park ; Clark County COVID-19 cases up over 20 percent from last week ; ‘Not the mask police:’ Editor Ken Vance weighs in on Clark County Today’s role during the pandemic ; Interstate Bridge Northbound closure set to wrap up this weekend ; Camas violinist and her 280-year-old violin play for the Oregon Symphony ; Clark County Today turns four this weekend.
Neighbors of Leverich Park in Vancouver are fed up with the growing homeless problem and they recently reached out to members of the City Council, asking for solutions.Read more
Clark County Today Editor Ken Vance offers his thoughts about the role of the media during the COVID-19 pandemic In case you didn’t read our story because the facts don’t...Read more
Despite a bad Friday commute, the week of the northbound Interstate Bridge closure on I-5 was largely much better than expected.Read more
To help improve safety and reduce crashes, travelers who turn left on Northeast 299th Street/Northeast McBride Road from State Route 503 (Lewisville Highway) north of Bat...Read more
In partnership with ESD 112 and the Washington State Health Care Authority (HCA), Prevent is launching a “Honest Conversations’’ information campaign; based on HCA’s Star...Read more
Camas resident Clarisse Atcherson has a passion for the violin. She plays in the symphony, instructs young people, and cherishes her 280-year-old violin.Read more