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Monthly Archives: March 2007

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Vancouver Farmers Market Opens Today

Today is the day! Yes it is the official opening of Vancouver Farmers Market. The Indoor Market is open year round now but the kickoff for the Outdoor Market is finally here. Choose from dozens of agricultural vendors for all your freshest produce to tons

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A Walk In The Park… Esther Short

Can you believe the number of wonderful days we had in March! Crystal clear blue skies and upper/mid 60’s! I know, the rain certainly reminds us that we are still in Clark County but boy were the sunny days nice. Sunroofs open, convertible tops down,

Thank you for the memories Uncle Milt…

I was saddened this morning when I read that Uncle Milt passed away last week. Then I stopped and remembered all the wonderful memories I have from Uncle Milt’s Pizza Company. That made me smile. If you lived in Clark County between 1979 and 1999

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Latest Clark County Market Update

Hello Clark County, Our newest RMLS stats have just come out. Below you will find the current update as well as the snapshot of the same time last year. You’ll notice that the market time has definitely risen as there are more homes on the

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March “Real Estate” Madness

March Madness is almost upon us. That time when “most of the world” pauses to follow one of the most watched sporting events in the entire world. It is estimated that nearly 4 billion dollars will be wagered worldwide during this little basketball tourney. Not

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Don’t Forget To Get Your $355 Million

Wow! This Tuesday’s Mega Millions lottery jackpot is estimated to be $355 Million. You won’t want to miss your opportunity to pick up a ticket for this massive jackpot. If you get the chance, you’ll want to stop by Downtown Vancouver’s own Day & Nite

In The Beginning…

Greetings all, Welcome to my first entry into the blogging world. My hope is that this will become your resource for all things Clark County. My family and I are lifelong residents of this wonderful place with deep roots that go back to the 1890’s.