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Battle Ground Senior Citizens (BGSC), a nonprofit dedicated to organizing community events for residents over 50, seeks new members for its recently established Thursday Walkers Group. The club meets … more
Dr. Kirsten Reinecke, pediatric sleep specialist with Kaiser Permanente Northwest, talks about melatonin usage all day with the majority of her patients in the Portland Metro area. A recent … more
Easy, “Almost” Consomme Madrilene From Reflector editor Jessica Keller While traditional recipes for Consomme Madrilene are much fancier, this is easy to make and hard to mess … more
Keeping seniors healthy and moving is important for their long-term independence. Helping seniors reach their health goals is part of gym owner Angie Parker’s mission at Resolution Fitness, in … more
The East Fork Lewis River features multiple parks along its waters, but one may stand out the most. When thinking of key Pacific Northwest features, the rivers, bridges and especially waterfalls … more
North Clark Historical Museum is hosting a Native American program and exhibit at 2 p.m. Nov. 18. The museum is located at 21416 NE 399th St. in the renovated 1910 United Brethren Church. The guest … more
Ridgefield High School senior Asher Anderson has been named a semifinalist for the prestigious National Merit Scholarship program. About 1.3 million students from more than 22,000 high schools across … more
A hoary marmot living in Mount Rainier National Park now calls Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Eatonville home and made his public debut last week. The young marmot, estimated to be born in spring … more
During chilly, gray winters, people can create a cozy home that appeals to the senses and make an excellent cold-season retreat. For comfort’s sake, Marisa Kaski, designer and owner of … more
Washi ngton State University Extension Cowlitz County Master Gardeners will host master gardener training classes starting in January. “This is a great opportunity to learn more about … more
Naturescaping is inviting the gardening community to join what has become known as the “annual Mason Bee experience.” “Did you know Mason Bees are one of about 4,000 native … more
The Clark Conservation District’s upcoming annual native plant sale gives gardeners the opportunity to purchase high-quality plants native throughout the Pacific Northwest. Customers will … more
Jacob Luiz, of La Center, has been named to the summer 2023 chancellor’s list at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. Students receiving a 3.9 grade point average or higher are placed on … more
Battle Ground High School Drama will present “One Stoplight Town,” a play based on the book by Tracy Wells, beginning this week. The drama students will present six showings, … more
The Ridgefield Lions Club will be selling   fresh-cut Christmas trees and accessories beginning Friday, Nov. 24, from the parking lot at the Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex (RORC), located … more
One of the oldest horse breeds in the world, Arabians have been favored companions to riders worldwide since ancient times. The breed captivated Rose City Arabians owners, Joe and Kim Orr, and they … more
Recently, someone asked Doug Dahl, Target Zero manager for the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, a question about needing to use an emergency signal while performing an emergency maneuver on the … more
A scholastic chess competition that started in Centralia last Feb. 4 at the Southwest High School and Middle School Chess Championships is continuing to grow with further tournaments here in Clark … more
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