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Employment History

Salmon Creek school



Broadcast Journalist



Fort Vancouver High School


Fort Vancouver High School

broadcast journalism

Washington State University

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Carl Click reports the early-morning news with co-anchor Helen Raptis on first day on the job at KATU. (David Plechl)

Carl Click, KATU anchorman, announced his retirement. (Bryon Garvin)
Veteran Portland television newscaster Carl Click, a Vancouver resident and native, said Friday that he was retiring from KATU-TV at the end of March.
"It's just the right time for me and for my family," said Click, who has worked in television journalism for 31 years. Click, 53, said that after working 17 years on a very early-morning schedule, "it's a litle too much, and it's time for me to rest."
Click has worked nine years for KATU and spent 22 years before that at KGW-TV. He's worked as a sports and news reporter, news anchor, and host of KATU's popular AM Northwest show. He said he feels very fortunate to have spent his full television career in the his hometown market. "It's been just the most wonderful ride," Click said.
Although he is leaving TV journalism, Click said he'll be pursuing other professional opportunities and will continue as a coach in local schools. He coaches girls basketball at Columbia River High School and helps with tennis coaching at Skyview High School.
Click, who lives in Felida with his wife, Jil, is a 1979 graduate of Fort Vancouver High School.

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When asked by KATU's Carl Click if Hales would continue the fight, Hales responded, "I don't think so.

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Carl Click, KATU

Your Telethon hosts at the shelter include OHS Executive Director Sharon Harmon, KATU news anchors Deb Knapp and Carl Click, and Helen Raptis, host of AM Northwest.

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Carl Click

Bio: Carl joined KATU in 2005 after 22 years in the Portland television market covering news and sports. Carl is a native of Vancouver, WA, and still lives in his hometown with his wife. Carl's work has earned him several Emmy nominations. He's won reporting awards from the Associated Press, Society of Professional Journalists, and the Radio and Television News Director Association. He was inducted into the Clark County Hall of Fame in 2008. Away from the newsroom Carl volunteers for many community activities. He is the chairman of the Vancouver School District's Citizen's Committee for Good Schools. He's coached youth baseball and soccer. In his spare time, Carl enjoys playing golf, coaching high school basketball and tennis, and painting watercolors.

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Carl Click

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