Author: Kaitlin Gillespie

Secretary of State’s office urging snake people, others to vote

Those darn millennials. If you believe everything you read, they’re ruining America, with their bar soap hating, paper napkin eschewing ways. Now the Secretary of State’s Office is doing its part […]

Parks parking fees could be on notice

You can probably expect free parking at county parks to be on the chopping block later this year, if Wednesday's Clark County council work session was any indication. The long and short […]

Media wars

I was bemused Thursday night to see the long expected announcement of Clark County Councilor David Madore’s newest project: his own news website. Madore, with the help of former Reflector editor […]

Tanisha Harris picks up an unlikely endorsement

[caption id="attachment_6507" align="alignleft" width="215"] Tanisha Harris, Democrat, is running for Clark County council District 3.[/caption] Democrat Tanisha Harris picked up an endorsement she didn’t ask for in her bid for departing […]

Yes, pot moratoriums are legal

In the latest chapter of Sticky’s Pot Shop’s ongoing legal battle against Clark County, a Superior Court Judge decided that the store must close its doors. Owner John Larson under state […]

Nierenberg endorses Clinton on national stage

[caption id="attachment_1534343" align="alignleft" width="187"] David Nierenberg[/caption] A local face joined the national discourse over this year’s objectively bizarre presidential race this morning. David Nierenberg, a Camas investor and former finance chair for […]

Do politics and beer mix?

[caption id="attachment_6481" align="alignleft" width="225"] Right 2B Heard's logo[/caption] How important is a business owner’s political leaning to you? It’s an interesting question that was raised to me this week by Suzanne Kendall, […]

Congressional candidates to debate

It’s on. U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Camas, announced Tuesday that she would take on State Rep. Jim Moeller, D-Vancouver, in two debates in the race for the 3rd Congressional District. In […]

Silliman note highlights community skepticism

[caption id="attachment_6469" align="alignleft" width="301"] Peter Silliman[/caption] Policy analyst Peter Silliman is not a subtle man. In the midst of a conversation about Christian Berrigan’s referendum petition to overturn the comprehensive plan at […]

Looking ahead to county coverage post-Madore

[caption id="attachment_765" align="alignleft" width="170"] Clark County Councilor David Madore[/caption] In the hours since Clark County Councilor David Madore lost the Primary Election, I’ve been peppered with a predictable question over and […]

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