Latest Clark County Stories
By Steve Tetreault By STEVE TETREAULT STEPHENS WASHINGTON BUREAU WASHINGTON - Nevada wilderness advocates have launched a new drive for Congress to designate more federally protected land in Clark County, and are targeting Rep. Jon Porter to take a lead on what could be a controversial issue.
By Cami Joner, The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash. Jul. 10--Clark County foreclosure filings inched up in June from May and remained well above the total for June 2007, according to a national report issued Tuesday.
By Erik Robinson, The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash. Jul. 9--Critics of a new Columbia River crossing have long argued that a planned replacement bridge on Interstate 5 will degrade the environment and fuel more urban sprawl.
By Erik Robinson, The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash. Jun. 30--Clark County residents who throw their food scraps into the garbage may have a simple and environmentally benign alternative within the next few years.
By Melissa Moody, The Evening News and the Tribune, Jeffersonville, Ind. Jun. 24--The Clark County Council unanimously agreed Monday to a request from Circuit Court Judge Abe Navarro to rescind a previous vote allowing him to reallocate his staff's salaries.
By Michael Andersen, The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash. Jun. 20--A Clark County judge this week upheld the approval of a proposed asphalt plant on a Brush Prairie pasture, the latest defeat for neighbors who have fought the plan for eight years.
By KATHIE DURBIN WOODLAND - Clark County and the Washington Department of Ecology are headed for a high-stakes showdown over new stormwater rules, and the 2009 Legislature may be called on to referee.
By CAMI JONER Foreclosure filings in Clark County declined in May from the month earlier, but remained well above the total in May 2007, according to a report from RealtyTrac, a national real estate data firm based in California.
By Dean Baker, The Columbian, Vancouver, Wash. May 28--RIDGEFIELD -- The abandoned 120-year-old Kapus farmstead east of Interstate 5 was listed Tuesday as one of Washington's Most Endangered Historic Properties.
By TOM KOENNINGER Keep your eyes on Rivendell, and decide for yourself whether Clark County will or can change its approach to relentless housing development. Rivendell subdivision is a proposed 55-acre housing development of 265 homes near Prairie High School.
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