Month: January 2017

David Madore gets a new job

Former Clark County Councilor David Madore has a new job, according to Facebook (of course). A Facebook page for Madore, who lost his bid for reelection and stepped down from the […]

Benton: I report directly to President Trump

Former Washington Sen. Don Benton, R-Vancouver, told Oregon Public Broadcasting he will report directly to President Donald Trump in his new role as senior White House advisor. Benton was sworn in […]

Not everyone is so optimistic that Trump will solve county’s bridge problem

Earlier today, Donald Trump was officially sworn in as president of the United States. While Trump was being sworn in, there was almost certainly some commuters who were still making […]

Pike goes it alone on I-5 bridge bill

In the previous legislative session Southwest Washington lawmakers tried to revive conversations with Oregon about the Interstate 5 Bridge. They floated a bill to carve out $100,000 for a coalition of lawmakers to […]

As county embraces Google, who will speak for Outlook enthusiasts?

[caption id="attachment_6691" align="alignright" width="300"] Sam Kim, the county's chief information officer, wants county employees to give up their Microsoft Outlook emails.[/caption] Clark County employees can keep using their Microsoft Outlook emails […]

The levy cliff is coming

School districts across the state are bracing for the “levy cliff.” The biggest problem facing the Legislature this legislative session - as we’ve heard many times already -  is school funding. And […]

Harris to push for raising smoking age from 18 to 21

Rep. Paul Harris is determined to stop teenagers from smoking. “I hate telling 18 year olds they can’t smoke,” Harris said. “But honestly, it’s the best thing for them." Harris has championed the […]

Unity within CCRP could be difficult

The new Clark County Republican Party chair is on a mission to unify his party. It’s not going to be easy. Barely a month into his new term and new Chair David […]

Stewart gets a pay cut and is not happy about it

Last year was considered a drag by many people who hope that 2017 will be a better year. But for one Clark County councilor, the new year has already brought […]

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