Month: April 2018

Washington Senators challenge FCC again

Washington's Democratic U.S. Senators Maria Cantwell and Patty Murray are continuing to challenge the Federal Communications Commission, and by proxy Sinclair Broadcasting. This time they joined 20 other Senators, including Oregon's Senators […]

Lynda Wilson didn’t think WSDOT’s “U Suck” sign was very funny

State Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, wants to know how Washington State Department of Transportation uses the phrase “U Suck” in its training. On Friday, Wilson sent a letter to Roger Millar, […]

Did Sen. Ann Rivers blame a tax hike on Assessor Peter Van Nortwick?

The term “fake news” has pretty much become a way for conservatives to condemn anything they don’t like seeing published. State Sen. Ann Rivers, R-La Center, has slapped two local […]

At the last minute, Clark County re-approves law enforcement agreement with Cowlitz

Clark County sheriff’s deputies and other law enforcement officers can still enter the Cowlitz Indian Reservation to respond to calls for services and help maintain law and order. But had the […]

Council to consider animal limits without supportive data

Come May, new limits on domestic animals in the city of Vancouver may be in place. The Planning Commission proposed restricting the combined number of animals to 10, potentially ending a […]

Not all rules go out the window during campaign season

The first campaign sign has appeared in front of City Hall, signaling the beginning of overcrowded medians and freeway ramps. While enforcement is voluntary, a quick reminder that political signs do […]

State Rep. Liz Pike criticizes county council for fireworks ban they’re not considering

When state Rep. Liz Pike, R-Camas, announced she was dropping out the race for Clark County Council chair she issued a statement noting that she would embark on an “adventure […]

Glen Morgan files another lawsuit against Democrats in Clark County

Glen Morgan, a conservative activist who has a seemingly Herculean stamina for staring at campaign filings, has set his sites on the Clark County Democratic Central Committee for being horrendously […]

Sen. Cantwell to Zinke: Withdraw park fee increase proposal

Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., has renewed her battle with U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. Cantwell has previously criticized Zinke for neglecting to approve an offshore drilling exemption for Washington’s coast, as […]

Vancouver councilors speak against Oregon tolling plan

Oregon Department of Transportation Project Manager for Value Pricing Feasibility Analysis Judith Gray stopped by Monday’s city council workshop to provide an update on the project and answer any questions. Councilor […]

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