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The Columbian
Fort Vancouver lantern tours shed candlelight on historic siteFlickering lights will illuminate several chapters of history when Fort Vancouv
The Columbian / Posted 2 days ago
Flickering lights will illuminate several chapters of history when Fort Vancouver debuts a pair of Saturday lantern tours later this month. The monthly tours begin tonight with “Walking Vancouver Barracks,” which explores the former U.S. Army... Read more
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The Columbian
Jane Kirkpatrick discusses new bookVANCOUVER – Cherished historical novelist Jane Kirkpatrick will discuss stories
The Columbian / Posted 9 days ago
VANCOUVER – Cherished historical novelist Jane Kirkpatrick will discuss stories and characters of the Pacific Northwest on Oct. 21 at the Fort Vancouver Visitor Center. The free presentation will be from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Visitor Center, 1501... Read more
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CTV News
Pink protest: B.C. developer uses paint to decry 'out of control' bureaucracyA frustrated developer in Fort Langley, B.C. is using pink paint -- and a flamb
CTV News / Posted 9 days ago
A frustrated developer in Fort Langley, B.C. is using pink paint -- and a flamboyance of plastic flamingos -- to protest bureaucratic hurdles facing a proposed development in the historic town. “We’re not trying to play games or be silly,” developer... Read more
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The Columbian
Harvest Season at Fort Vancouver National Historic Sitemaneuvers his wheelbarrow while on his way to get another load of compost as he
The Columbian / Posted 17 days ago
maneuvers his wheelbarrow while on his way to get another load of compost as he works in the garden Thursday morning at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site. Chio said gardeners had just harvested squash, and he was adding compost to prepare... Read more
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The Columbian
Rich Renewal for BarracksThe ongoing metamorphosis of the Vancouver Barracks is intriguing on several le
The Columbian / Posted 21 days ago
The ongoing metamorphosis of the Vancouver Barracks is intriguing on several levels. The changes allow Vancouver to repurpose a piece of its past rather than allowing that history to languish in disrepair; they, ideally, will create economic activity... Read more
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The Columbian
Saber session supplies skillsFor what was likely the first time in more than a century, military saber train
The Columbian / Posted 21 days ago
For what was likely the first time in more than a century, military saber training returned Sunday to Fort Vancouver. Trainees practiced cuts, thrusts and guards while Jeff Richardson and Elaine Dorset, dressed as contemporary dragoon detachment... Read more
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The Columbian
You Can Helppharmacists to be the final point of contact the patient has with the clinic an
The Columbian / Posted 26 days ago
pharmacists to be the final point of contact the patient has with the clinic and the dispensary. The Historic Trust at the Fort Vancouver National Reserve Site seeks volunteers for the Celebrate Freedom Event on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. Set up or... Read more
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The Columbian
Book explores effect of colonization on tribesFORT VANCOUVER — Author and historian Cynthia L. Landrum will discuss her recen
The Columbian / Posted 27 days ago
FORT VANCOUVER — Author and historian Cynthia L. Landrum will discuss her recent book about how the colonization process affected Northwest tribes Saturday at Fort Vancouver. The free 1 p.m. talk will be at the Visitor Center, 1501 E. Evergreen... Read more
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The Tyee
My Summer With the World in Flamesarmy; and pervasive enough to threaten natural treasures, like the tallest and
The Tyee / Posted 27 days ago
army; and pervasive enough to threaten natural treasures, like the tallest and most ancient sequoia trees and Glacier National Park. For millions of people from California to Greenland, Oregon to Portugal, British Columbia to Montana, Siberia... Read more
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The Columbian
Cheers & Jeersbillion, reflecting the state’s booming economy. Meanwhile, job growth in Clark
The Columbian / Posted 30 days ago
billion, reflecting the state’s booming economy. Meanwhile, job growth in Clark County remains strong, outpacing state and national averages. With state government facing increased expenditures for education, labor, and mental health in the budget... Read more
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The Columbian
Solar re-clipse: Viewing glasses collected for recyclingnumber of protective glasses that were worn during the Great American Eclipse o
The Columbian / Posted 30 days ago
number of protective glasses that were worn during the Great American Eclipse on Aug. 21 must be astronomical. Now, three Vancouver collection centers will help get those glasses to children who can use them in 2019, when solar eclipse paths cross... Read more

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