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  • April 14th
    Laying out towns at Vancouver and several other early Pacific Northwest communities was part of a ...
  • April 14th
    Shortly after takeoff, a thin, olive-skinned man motioned for the flight attendant from the back of the plane. When she approached, the man slipped her a note and whispered, "Read that." The flight attendant, thinking the man just wanted a date, stuck the piece of paper in her pocket and began to walk off. The man stopped her.
  • April 14th
    L.B. Clough won most of his prominence as a Clark County sheriff, politician and pioneer in ...
  • April 14th
    Few families can trace their Clark County heritage back 154 years as can the Carty clan ...
  • April 14th
    Joseph "Dode" Carter proved to be one of Vancouver's most durable businessmen. He started as a Western ...
  • April 14th
    Two members of the Caples family were practicing law in Vancouver in the 1860s, and the name has been prominent in and near Clark County since the 1850s.
  • April 14th
    "The mark which he made as an editor will stand forever as an honor to himself, his family and his performance."
  • April 14th
    Among the leaders of the community who helped build Vancouver's financial district was John F. Camp ...
  • April 14th
    In the early days, bankers were viewed as a figure of some power and prestige, and, ...
  • April 14th
    Eva King Burgett, one of Clark County's most successful vote getters, served more than three decades ...
  • April 14th
    Clark County has two good reasons to remember Dr. John Brougher. First, the late physician delivered more ...
  • April 14th
    German-born Fritz Braun Sr. is best known as one of the founders of Washougal and the first hotel keeper in that community.
  • April 14th
    A big mill operated by the Bratlie Brothers provided a major impetus for the Ridgefield economy ...
  • April 14th
    Much of the credit for Clark County's written history -- especially the most accurate history -- ...
  • April 14th
    Meat and banking were among the specialties of the early day Blurock family. The Blurocks also ...
  • April 14th
    The work of building numerous schools and hospitals in the Pacific Northwest in earlier years was ...
  • April 14th
    During prune harvest time, the East Mill Plain area was "almost a city," said W.L. Frymire, ...
  • April 14th
    The story of Washougal is to a great extent the story of the Bishop family, and ...
  • April 14th
    For his impact on the Northwest, particularly on the lower Columbia River Gorge, the name of ...
  • April 14th
    It had the elements of a saga of the Old West. A popular sheriff was gunned down ...
  • April 14th
    Albert C. Angelo Sr., who spent a half-century making a mark on Clark County as a Vancouver businessman and civic leader, died Friday morning. He was 87.
  • April 14th
    Brig. Gen. Thomas Anderson, a Civil War veteran who lived 12 years at Vancouver, was a leader in the United States expansion into the Pacific area.