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Death Notices
Author: The Columbian

Bridges, Jeannette M., 74, Vancouver, died April 11, 2019. Cascadia Cremation & Burial Services, 360-213-2060.

Conrad, Kathleen A., 66, Vancouver, died April 8, 2019. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Deen, Clifford C., 55, Longview, died April 11, 2019. Cascadia Cremation & Burial Services, 360-213-2060.

Gasparian, Richard G., 74, Shalimar, Fla., died April 10, 2019. All County Cremation and Burial Services, 360-718-7948.

Haff, Cynthia H., 84, Washougal, died April 2, 2019. Evergreen Memorial Gardens Funeral Chapel and Crematory, 360-892-6060.

Tawater, David A., 58, Beaverton, Ore., died April 8, 2019. Cascadia Cremation & Burial Services, 360-213-2060.

TenBrook, Josephine P., 95, Vancouver, died April 9, 2019. Davies Cremation & Burial Services, 360-693-1036.

In The Service
Author: The Columbian
On Assignment

U.S. Navy Machinist’s Mate First Class James Roads, from Vancouver, operates a sound-powered telephone in the hangar bay during a replenishment-at-sea aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis in the Gulf of Oman.

Vital Statistics
Author: The Columbian
Births

PEACEHEALTH SOUTHWEST MEDICAL CENTER

Marcia A. and Tyler M. Roberts, Yacolt, a daughter, Ivy S., March 2, 6 pounds, 8 ounces.

Marriage licenses

APPLICATIONS FILED

Blair, Lacey Nicole, 39, Vancouver, and Nichols, Kevin Thomas, 44, Vancouver.

Forth, Nicholas Conan, 25, Vancouver, and Pajo, Marianne Lara Labiano, 25, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.

Schafer, Jack Cameron, 46, Vancouver, and Hoffman, Shelly Lyn, 49, Vancouver.

Marriage dissolutions

PETITIONS FILED

Banda, Jesse and Rachelena.

Frisby, Barbara L. and Harold.

Schemp, Mariel Ranae and Travis Christopher.

PETITIONS FOR LEGAL SEPARATION

Cabrera, Michael and Sabrina.

Court sentencings

The Columbian’s policy is to publish all Clark County Superior Court felony sentencings, as provided by the Clark County Clerk’s Office. DC signifies that the defendant has entered drug court. Addresses are provided by the courts and may have changed by the time of sentencing.

SUPERIOR

Forbes, Frank Ranz, 50, 6600 N.E. 144th St., six months, three counts of forgery.

Reynosa, Jo Rodriquez, 32, 2917 Neals Lane, 95 months, second-degree assault (domestic violence), unlawful imprisonment (domestic violence), two counts of tampering with a witness (domestic violence).

NYT Politics

with...: Laurie Metcalf, the First Lady of American Theater
Author: MAUREEN DOWD
From playing Roseanne’s sis to Edward Albee characters and Hillary Clinton (with gin!) on Broadway.
Medicare Aims to Expand Coverage of Cancer Care. But Is It Enough?
Author: ROBERT PEAR
Doctors and patients are pushing the Trump administration to pay for a powerful but costly cancer treatment known as CAR-T, one of many new “personalized medicines.”

Portland Tribune

Legislation offers more protection for working Oregonians
Author: Mark Miller/Oregon Capital Bureau
Business owners and lobbyists worry handful of proposals could push up employment costs, hurt benefits.

SALEM — Expectant mothers, marijuana users and caregivers for ailing relatives could all benefit from worker protections that legislators are scrambling to write into law this year.

Advocates say that state law doesn't go far ...

Saturday TV, radio
Author: Portland tribune
The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on April 13

Timbers

Portland at FC Dallas, 5 p.m., KPDX (13), KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM)

Mariners

Houston at Seattle, 6 p.m., Root Sports NW, KUFO (970 AM)

MLB

Baltimore at Boston, 10 a.m., MLB Network

Colorado ...

Saturday sports events
Author: Portland Tribune
The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and sports events for April 13

Timbers

Portland at FC Dallas, 5 p.m.

Timbers 2

Sacramento Republic at Portland, Merlo Field, 5 p.m.

Mariners

Houston at Seattle, 6 p.m.

College baseball

Whitworth at Lewis & Clark, noon doubleheader

Concordia at Northwest Nazarene, 1 p.m. ...

Legislation offers more protection for working Oregonians
Author: Mark Miller/Oregon Capital Bureau
Business owners and lobbyists worry handful of proposals could push up employment costs, hurt benefits.

SALEM — Expectant mothers, marijuana users and caregivers for ailing relatives could all benefit from worker protections that legislators are scrambling to write into law this year.

Advocates say that state law doesn't go far ...

Saturday TV, radio
Author: Portland tribune
The Portland Tribune's comprehensive breakdown of games and happenings on the air locally on April 13

Timbers

Portland at FC Dallas, 5 p.m., KPDX (13), KXTG (750 AM, 102.9 FM)

Mariners

Houston at Seattle, 6 p.m., Root Sports NW, KUFO (970 AM)

MLB

Baltimore at Boston, 10 a.m., MLB Network

Colorado ...

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