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A furnace comes standard in any home, but it’s easy to forget to check the quality of a furnace before the heating season arrives. That’s why Clark Public Utilities recommends people … more
Farmhouse style homes are having a moment. A 2020 survey from asked more than 5,000 adults across the United States about their favorite house style from a list that included bohemian … more
If the kitchen is the heart of the home, then the dining room may be akin to one of its arteries. The mood created in the kitchen spreads to the dining space where family and friends gather to eat … more
Clark County’s Master Composter Recycler program has scheduled a series of free composting webinars this fall.  Pre-registration is required for all webinars, stated a news … more
From Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, Clark County Public Works and the City of Vancouver will hold its popular annual Fall Leaf Coupon Program.  The program is intended to keep leaves off of streets to … more
Students and staff at North Folk Elementary School created a “celebration tunnel” in honor of head custodian Ed Sorensen’s retirement.  Students clapped and cheered as he … more
For 90 years, barrel racing has been a staple of American sports. Hailey Saeman, 16, has kept the sport alive and thriving. A junior at Hockinson High School, Saeman has loved horses since she … more
For the second year in a row, Treadway Events & Entertainment will host the Cinema of Horrors Drive-In in Ridgefield this Halloween season. Both classic and modern flicks will be played, … more
Jennifer Gibson and Dan Baughman, Battle Ground, had a boy, Walker Scott Baughman, 6 pounds, 14 ounces and 20 inches long, born at Legacy Salmon Creek in Vancouver on Sept. 17, 2021. more
The Cowlitz Indian Tribe has awarded a $50,000 grant to Woodland Child Care (WCC), the childcare program provided by Woodland Public Schools for before and after school care. The WCC program … more
As more and more people, businesses and governments have embraced eco-friendly lifestyles and practices, it’s never been easier for men and women to make a positive impact on the planet. One … more
In recent years, the trend of upcycling, or transforming unneeded or unwanted materials into new items or products, has become more popular. Unlike recycling, which is taking consumer materials like … more
Fall marks the start of hunting seasons for deer, elk, waterfowl, and upland game birds in many areas of Washington. To help hunters have a successful hunting season, the Washington Department of … more
With many hunters heading outdoors with firearms, it is a good time to think about gun safety. In each of the past few years, about 450,000 people hunted in Idaho and more than 100,000 in … more
Woodland Public Schools’ elementary schools use social-emotional learning (SEL) to guide students through the development of a variety of life skills to help them at home, at school, and … more
Battle Ground Apothecary has reason to celebrate next month, as October marks 10 years since owner Diana Davidson purchased the business specializing in supplements, herbs and tinctures. To … more
On Tuesdays at noon, and Wednesdays at 6 p.m., the Cowlitz County WSU Master Gardeners present free weekly online programs.  There’s no need to register for the events, but a Zoom account … more
Battle Ground Elks Lodge No. 2589 has received a $2,000 grant from the Elks National Foundation that will aid the organization in a partnership that provides diapers to the community.  The … more
A nonprofit arm of a local property management group’s latest program seeks to help senior veterans with upkeep and projects at their homes. Operation Home Rescue launched its first round … more
Losing interest in an exercise regimen is a situation many fitness enthusiasts have confronted at one point or another. Overcoming a stale workout routine can be simple for young athletes, whose … more
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