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Clark County and its more than 450,000 residents long ago stopped being known as just Portland’s northern neighbor. We’re a county of large and small cities, and within those borders, residents in communities like the Heights and Felida care to know what’s going on down the street.

Enter ClarkCountyToday.com. Founded by U.S. Digital CEO David Madore, ClarkCountyToday.com is here for you and your increasing desire for more neighborhood and Clark County news. We’re here to tell stories and dispense information about Clark County and its residents.

Our award-winning staff, headed by editor Ken Vance, have decades of experience in the Clark County newsgathering arena. We’ll tell our stories in words, in pictures, through video.

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And above all else, it will be news that matters to Clark County. Because the stories will be about Clark County, and Clark County only.

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  • WAGOP: AG Bob Ferguson is MIA, amid glaring mismanagement of COVID aid by Inslee Administration 06/14/2024
    Washington Gov. Jay Inslee’s Administration mismanaged more than a billion dollars of federal COVID relief funds, according to a report by the Office of the Washington State Auditor. The post WAGOP: AG Bob Ferguson is MIA, amid glaring mismanagement of COVID aid by Inslee Administration first appeared on ClarkCountyToday.com.
  • Camas High School’s Amateur Radio Club to connect with International Space Station 06/14/2024
    Camas High School’s Amateur Radio Club announced that they will attempt direct radio contact with the International Space Station Saturday (June 15), at 8:49 a.m. The post Camas High School’s Amateur Radio Club to connect with International Space Station first appeared on ClarkCountyToday.com.
  • Firmly Planted Action to host candidate forum 06/14/2024
    Firmly Planted Action will host a candidate forum On Tuesday, June 25 at the Firmly Planted Family Resource Center, located at 14001 SE 1st Street in Vancouver. The post Firmly Planted Action to host candidate forum first appeared on ClarkCountyToday.com.
  • Second annual Couve Auto Show set for Father’s day at Vancouver Mall 06/14/2024
    This Father’s Day event, the Couve Auto Show, is in its second year and while it is free to attend, organizers are looking for cash donations for two local school district foundations and/or a donation of food for the Clark County Food Bank. The post Second annual Couve Auto Show set for Father’s day at […]
  • Vancouver Fire Department adds new tool to combat opioid crisis 06/14/2024
    To better assist with the public health crisis of opioid use, the Vancouver Fire Department has launched a new leave-behind Narcan program. The post Vancouver Fire Department adds new tool to combat opioid crisis first appeared on ClarkCountyToday.com.
  • Armed carjacking suspect arrested 06/14/2024
    On Friday at 8:45 a.m., the Clark County Sheriff's Office responded to a reported carjacking that occurred in the 4500 block of NE 54th Ave. The post Armed carjacking suspect arrested first appeared on ClarkCountyToday.com.
  • Vancouver Police release critical incident video 06/14/2024
    The Vancouver Police Department has released the Critical Incident Video of the officer-involved shooting that took place Sunday (June 8). The post Vancouver Police release critical incident video first appeared on ClarkCountyToday.com.
  • Opinion: With Paid Family and Medical Leave finances still troubled, payroll tax likely to increase 06/14/2024
    Elizabeth New (Hovde) of the Washington Policy Center points out how workers keep seeing decreases on their paychecks, compliments of lawmakers redistributing their income. The post Opinion: With Paid Family and Medical Leave finances still troubled, payroll tax likely to increase first appeared on ClarkCountyToday.com.
  • Battle Ground Public Schools announces administrative changes for 2024-25 06/14/2024
    Administrative changes have been announced in the Battle Ground School District that will take place for the 2024-25 school year. The post Battle Ground Public Schools announces administrative changes for 2024-25 first appeared on ClarkCountyToday.com.
  • 102nd Annual Planters Days Festival Kicks Off in Woodland with Parades, Frog Jumping, and Community Spirit 06/14/2024
    Just crowned, 2024 Miss Woodland Nora Taylor kicked off the 102nd Planters Days, celebrating community spirit with a variety of activities, including bed races, fireworks, and the annual parade, celebrating Woodland's rich history. The festival runs through Sunday. The post 102nd Annual Planters Days Festival Kicks Off in Woodland with Parades, Frog Jumping, and Community […]
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