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In case you missed them, here are some of the top stories from the weekend:
Vancouver police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found early Saturday morning along a major street in east Vancouver.
Police and rescue personnel were dispatched at 5:49 a.m. to the 3000 block of Northeast 162nd Avenue to a report of a man down, according to police Sgt. John Schultz.
Read the full story: Man’s body found along east Vancouver street
Voting will continue until 8 p.m. Thursday, with results announced in Friday’s edition of The Columbian.
Nominations are limited to one per sport, one per school, each week.
Read the full story: Nominees for Week 9 prep football player of the week
A man suffered minor injuries Friday when he was pistol-whipped during a confrontation with a group of teens in a Cascade Park neighborhood, according to the Vancouver Police Department.
The incident, initially dispatched as a shooting, was reported at 8:07 p.m. in the 600 block of Southeast 141st Avenue, in the Mountain View neighborhood south of Mill Plain Boulevard.
Read the full story: Teen pistol-whips man during argument in east Vancouver neighborhood
Ella Bakh, owner of Dediko, prepares Georgian food with the heart of a chef and the eye of a florist. She serves kompot (fruit juice) in individual mason jars to show off cherries, strawberries and sliced plums bobbing around the bottom. She serves churchkhela, a traditional Georgian sweet made from grape juice, nuts and flour, in elegant petals instead of the long tapered, candle shapes that they can be found in her hometown of Tbilisi. Her Georgian Dip Tour with pkhali (dips) made from fresh vegetables, herbs and walnuts, served with a sampling of Georgian cheeses and lavash bread, is jewel box of colors.
Bakh hopes that customers will share their meals as Georgians do.
Read the full story: Food & Drink: Dediko’s fare is meant to be shared
Homeless service nonprofit Share will cease operating the Vancouver Navigation Center after January.
Executive Director Diane McWithey said Share and the city of Vancouver had different opinions on how to operate the Navigation Center, a day facility for the area’s homeless population. She said she and Deputy Director Amy Reynolds met with the city’s Homeless Resource Manager Jackie St. Louis on Oct. 25 about needing to remove Share from the day center.
Read the full story: Share to stop operating Vancouver Navigation Center