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Those seeking to look into their own emergency preparedness once again have the month of September to brush up on how ready they are, as this year’s “30 Days 30 Ways” challenge … 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
A crane lifting massive steel beams, and a concrete slab, signal progress being made for the new Clark County Saddle Club indoor riding facility. Jackie Phillips, Clark County Saddle Club board … more
The children of David and Winifride Glavin are pleased to announce the 70th wedding anniversary of their parents, which took place on Aug. 25. David and Winifride were married Aug. 25, 1951 in … more
A map on one Hockinson teacher’s classroom wall drapes from the ceiling to floor, outlining the West Coast. A streak of red marker follows a 1,700-mile journey from Canada to Mexico, accessible … more
As temperatures begin to steadily decrease and rain averages increase, it’s time to start thinking about planting for fall. Good Year Farms, led by Hannah Schrager, is a native plants … more
When the COVID-19 pandemic left many people feeling disconnected from their neighbors and family members, the elderly population was hit the hardest, says Suzanne Washington, chief executive officer … more
The Clark County Commission on Aging is seeking nominations from the community for its Silver Citizen Award, which recognizes seniors who have gone above and beyond in volunteering. To be … more
Ella Schaffer Remmick, who will soon turn 101-years-old, is one tough lady. Remmick learned the value of hard work as she grew up farming alongside her four sisters and one brother on a small farm … more
Nestled behind Amboy’s only market, customers enter into the recently-opened home goods store, an unusual sight for the area of about 1,000 residents. Megan Helmers and Maggie Bellikka, both … more
Master Gardener Gary Fredricks provided some tips and tricks during a workshop for those wanting to keep a lush, green garden during the summer months. Fredricks first asked participants to think … more
After Bob Lute announced his retirement at the end of the school year, Woodland Public Schools wanted to recognize his 42 years of service as the shop supervisor and head mechanic for the KWRL … more
Starting this year, the Ridgefield School District Early Learning Center will offer more preschool options. The learning center partnered with Educational Opportunities for Children and Families … more
What started as a hobby flipping old furniture for friends has turned into a way to provide extra income for Andrea Hoffman to support her 23-year-old daughter with autism. Hoffman, a Yacolt … more
Briar “Bleu” Hubbs was on a horse eight days after she was born, instilling a passion that continues to this day.  Her mother, Jordán Hubbs, started riding again just days … more
The Clark County Event Center grandstand lights will soon turn on and seats will be filled with cheering fans, but this time it’s not for the county fair. Stand-alone events through the … more
Two nonprofits have partnered to create a new cruise-in event that aims to recoup funding lost throughout the coronavirus pandemic after many of their essential fundraisers were canceled over the … more
The Chelatchie-Prairie Railroad (BYCX) in Yacolt welcomed riders back for the debut of its season last month with a train robbery reenactment. After a year-long break, more than 100 attendees … more
Woodland High School students recently looked into a topic affecting students all over the country: suicide and depression. Students learned about the topics through research, then brainstormed … more
For millennia, humans have used honey from bees for medicinal purposes but now, consumers hope to naturally decrease allergies, soothe a sore throat or increase their antioxidant intake. Although … more
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