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Gov. Jay Inslee has continued his plea for Washingtonians to adhere to a recently-enacted facial covering mandate for those in public, speaking in the Tri Cities area and offering numerous calls to … more
Those taking issue with a recent mask-wearing mandate from Gov. Jay Inslee descended upon the Clark County Sheriff’s Office headquarters in Vancouver Friday, June 26, as part of a “My body My … more
CRESA Emergency Management is distributing more than 216,000 cloth face coverings to low-income individuals and families. Local organizations will make masks available to families and people who … more
OLYMPIA — Washington colleges will open this fall with strict guidelines designed to protect students, faculty and staff from the spread of COVID-19. Gov. Jay Inslee and a group of college … more
Clark County Public Health is preparing an application that, if approved, would allow Clark County to move into Phase 3 of Washington’s four-phase reopening plan. Clark County Health Officer and … more
Gov. Jay Inslee said on Tuesday that all Washingtonians will be required to wear a face covering in public places as the state tries to slow the spread of COVID-19. Inslee announced the facial … more
The Building Industry Association of Clark County (BIA) has revised its estimates on construction wages lost as a result of stay at home orders due to COVID-19. The BIA now estimates that $1.2 … more
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has announced two additional free days in 2020 to replace the two free days lost to COVID-19 related closures in April. On free days, visitors … more
The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 in Clark County show a steady increase of positive tests of the disease, with the total number since the outbreak began breaking 700 this week. Clark … more
Gov. Jay Inslee has announced tens of millions of dollars in state budget cuts — including the elimination of planned raises and a reduction of hours among some state employees — as part of his … more
For the fourth straight week amid the ongoing health and economic havoc caused by COVID-19, overall initial unemployment claims in Washington fell. The decline is due in large part to the state … more
0LYMPIA — Washington is calling out the National Guard to help with another problem connected to the COVID-19 pandemic: clearing up a backlog of claims for unemployment benefits by out-of-work … more
  A Cowlitz County resident who is employed at ilani has tested positive for COVID-19, the county incident management team for the disease announced today, June 12. The announcement stated the … more
Parents and teachers hoping for a return to in-person school have good news after Washington State Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal announced guidelines for reopening K-12 school … more
The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Clark County shows almost two dozen have tested positive at a Ridgefield business.Clark County Public Health’s update June 11 showed that 23 … more
In an effort to get more Washingtonians wearing facial coverings in public while the state reopens its businesses and gatherings, Gov. Jay Inslee has announced a new “Wear a Mask Washington” … more
The latest numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Clark County broke 600 in today’s update, with another death recorded over the weekend. Clark County Public Health’s June 8 update showed an … more
Clark County’s restaurants and hair salons will be able to open their doors back up, albeit with restrictions, as the county’s application to move into the second phase of “Safe Start … more
Clark County Public Health is reporting five confirmed cases of COVID-19 among employees of Pacific Crest Building Supply in Ridgefield and is responding to the incident as an outbreak. Public … more
Gov. Jay Inslee has announced a new strategy in testing for COVID-19, now calling on anyone with any symptoms to pursue a test as the state’s capacity has grown since the start of the … more
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