Month: February 2023

Vancouver City Council returns from hiatus with full agenda

After a two week pause due to a professional development training and Presidents Day, the Vancouver City Council will return to City Hall on Feb. 27 for their second and […]

Rep. Harris’ negligent driving bill survives cutoff

A bill from 17th District Rep. Paul Harris, R-Vancouver, that would allow judges to impose criminal penalties in cases of negligent driving involving the death of a vulnerable victim survived […]

Two bills from Rep. Waters survive committee cutoff

Freshman legislator state Rep. Kevin Waters, R-Stevenson, from the 17th District has two alcohol-related bills that survived Friday’s legislative session cutoff for bills to make it out of committee. House Bill […]

County council debates Black History Month language

A proclamation in support of Black History Month will need some fine tuning before all members of the Clark County Council are willing to sign it. The council reviewed a draft […]

Washington congressional delegation applauds EPA ban on Pebble mine project

Southwest Washington’s congressional delegation voiced their support for the Environmental Protection Agency’s recent decision to prevent the proposed Pebble mine project at Bristol Bay in Alaska. The proposed gold and copper […]

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