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first_imgThe sun came out Sunday and made it a pleasant day to be out and about. What kind of weather will the workweek hold? Check our local weather coverage.In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories of the weekend:Clark County students call for tighter gun lawsThe day before hundreds of Clark County residents were expected to march against gun violence, 17-year-old Danielle Asbury wondered if she was safe when her school went into lockdown.At the time, the Evergreen High School senior had no idea what prompted the response. It later turned out to be a bomb scare at a nearby school. No one was hurt and the threat was unfounded. But those few minutes reminded Asbury why, in less than 24 hours, she would be taking to the streets in Vancouver in support of safer schools.“During that time, I reflected on the whole (March for Our Lives) movement and what it means to be a part of it. It really inspired me, because I realize it doesn’t just affect other people; it could affect me one day,” she said.Asbury joined other students in organizing Saturday’s March for Our Lives in Vancouver, the local event for Clark County students and community members to march in solidarity with the victims of last month’s school shooting that left 17 people dead at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla.last_img read more

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