Clark County Councilors David Madore, from left, Tom Mielke, and Jeanne Stewart. At their meeting Tuesday morning, the councilors will discuss a proposal to display the words “In God We Trust” in the county’s main public hearing room. It might be a beautiful weekend. Check out the forecast.This week’s top stories and some news you may have missedMadore revives ‘In God We Trust’ issueThough a motion to post “In God We Trust” in the Clark County councilors’ public hearing room failed Tuesday, the councilors were quick to revive the issue during board time a day later.The proposal to display the national motto in the council chambers could return to the floor for approval in the coming weeks. The councilors heard more than two hours of public comment on the issue Tuesday, with most speakers protesting the religious tone of the motto, saying it would be divisive and ostracize those who are not religious. The motion failed after a motion made by Tom Mielke was not seconded by fellow councilors Jeanne Stewart or David Madore.The following day, however, Madore said it “would be appropriate” to display “In God We Trust” on the wall behind the dais in the hearing room. “We have a county motto, and that motto represents us as a local community,” Madore said. “This local community is not a silo. We don’t stand alone. We are a part of a nation, and this nation, America, has its motto. And we are a part of America, and it would be very appropriate to add our nation’s motto, also.”Read more about the proposal.Gates closed at Christensen ShipyardsWorkers arrived early Monday morning to start their day at Christensen Shipyards, the Vancouver-based builder of custom yachts, only to find the gates locked.