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The Battle Ground Senior Citizens group honored area veterans at its Nov. 14 luncheon by reading out the names of individuals grouped by their branch of service. A news release stated 145 guests … more
Fifth grade students from Ridgefield were able to return to the Cispus Outdoor School this year after a three year hiatus to continue a tradition that has spanned for more than 50 years. The … more
Officials from the Ridgefield School District recognized its November employee and students of the month at the school board meeting on Nov. 8.  David Jacobson, a social studies teacher at … more
Students at Union Ridge Elementary School recently helped solve an unusual mystery as Principal Angie Gaub told the school she needed help to identify a person who left an old book in her … more
A few good Samaritans have come together to continue an annual tradition as they offer free meals to those in need on Thanksgiving and Christmas.  Mark Matthias, the owner of Beaches … more
Students from Woodland High School’s multilingual learner program joined others from around the region at the Clark County Latino Youth Leadership Conference at Washington State University … more
Students at Glenwood Heights Primary School were greeted by a familiar visitor earlier this month who came and taught them how to harvest vegetables from the school’s garden.  Battle … more
Students at Prairie High School have organized a number of events and celebrations to recognize October as Hispanic Heritage Month. Melody Brizuela, the founder of Prairie’s Latino Student … more
This past spring, the Lewis River Rotary Club collaborated with the North County Community Food Bank to acquire more fresh produce to serve clients.  Gardener Terry Potter decided to offer … more
Students, families, alumni and community members are invited to take part in Woodland High School’s “Home Sweet Homecoming” event this year on Friday, Oct. 7.  During the … more
The CloverBots 3674 robotics program at Prairie High School recently received a $10,000 grant through the annual Pegasus Award. The award is given out by Kent-based company Saxton Bradley, Inc., … more
Soroptimist International of Clark County is offering financial assistance to girls and women in the community who are looking to continue their education. Two types of cash awards will be … more
The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge will host its annual BirdFest & Bluegrass Festival on Oct. 1, which celebrates the fall migration of the sandhill crane. Attendees will have the … more
The Reflector Two scholarships were awarded by the Fort Vancouver Chapter 19 of the Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington during a Battle Ground-based event. The “special honor … more
Aug. 14 4H Dairy Youth Show Dairy Judging 4H Bossy Novas-Blue: Peyton Rosin, Battle Ground; Sam Hartrim-Lowe, Battle Ground; Harrison Hartrim-Lowe, Battle Ground; Lindsey Adams, Battle … more
Hundreds of students in Woodland received free backpacks full of school supplies at the district’s sixth annual Back to School Bash on Aug. 20. The event featured the return of indoor … more
The Lewis River Rotary club recently awarded 11 academic and vocational scholarships totaling $22,000 to graduating students from various Clark County high schools. The club has awarded … more
The Ridgefield Multicultural Festival will return on Sept. 3  to honor different cultures from around the world through classes, workshops, and a variety of food. Ridgefield Deputy City … more
Tickets are now on sale for Magenta Theater’s production of Don Quixote de La Center. The performance by local playwright David Bareford centers around a loose adaptation of the novel Don … more
The Clark County Historical Museum will continue its 2022 speaker series with “Vancouver Goes to the Movies” on Thursday, Aug. 4. The presentation will be hosted by historian and … more
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