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A long weekend of activities will take place in Woodland as the city celebrates its 101st Planters Days from Thursday, June 15 through Sunday, June 18. The four-day event will include parades, a … more
As summer quickly approaches and temperatures rise, Clark Public Utilities has provided tips on how people can stay cool while indoors, even if they don’t have an air conditioning unit. … more
The Pacific Northwest is abundantly rich in native plants of all sizes, which can be utilized to benefit the landscape, wildlife and pollinators. The U.S. Forest Service encourages people to use … more
Over 40 Lewis River Rotary Club members, their friends and family members installed a brick paver walkway around the rose garden in Battle Ground’s Central Park on Saturday, June 3. The … more
Participants involved in the Unit 6610 Battalion or Stockade divisions of the Christian Service Brigade (CSB) program in the early to mid 80s at Bethel Lutheran Church are invited to attend a reunion … more
It takes momentum to get over an obstacle. One thing Fran Duncan, a longtime Clark County Saddle Club member and organizer, notices among inexperienced equestrians is a lack of that momentum. … more
Against all oth er Washington Association of High School Equestrian Teams in the state, the nine horse riders from Hockinson who qualified for the state meet in Moses Lake on the weekend of May 21 … more
A summer favorite in the car enthusiast community has returned to the Cascade foothills of Eastern Clark County. Alderbrook Park in Brush Prairie held its first cruise-in of the season on … more
Pamela and Steffan Wirtanen, of Battle Ground, welcomed a daughter, Monica Grace Wirtanen, on May 8, 2023, in Vancouver. She weighed 7 pounds and 4 ounces and was 18.5 inches long. more
Hockinson Fun Days will kick off this year with a family-friendly bingo event on Friday, June 2, followed by a day full of festivities and a parade the next day. Doors for bingo will open at … more
Last year, Furry Friends spent $165,000 for medical costs for 520 cats, and this year, the organization’s marketing director Diane Stevens anticipates that number to grow closer to $200,000. … more
M etal Art Fever makes its steel creations out of the Amboy area and is a majority family-owned and operated business. The business, which specializes in handcrafted metal decorations for the … more
Members of the Ridgefield, Vancouver and Fort Vancouver Lions Clubs pitched in to help the Washington State School for the Blind at its annual track and field day on Thursday, May 18. The event … more
The Soroptimist of Southwest Washington group held its “Dream Your Dream Spring Tea and Silent Auction” on Saturday, May 20, at the Ridgefield Administrative and Civic Center. The … more
After Gov. Jay Inslee signed a new bill related to pet insurance into law in April, Washington residents can expect more protection and less confusion, according to a news release from Washington … more
Nu-Life Wellness Center has a variety of services to offer its clients like chiropractic care, a red light therapy bed, foot detoxes, nutritional response testing and massages. Karen … more
On May 18, 1980, a powerful eruption that could be heard from over 200 miles away occurred as Mount St. Helens blew its top, darkening cities with ash from a mushroom cloud that reached a width of 40 … more
The City of Battle Ground has announced the return of a program that provides people with an in-depth look into how the city operates. Battle Ground University (BGU) was originally introduced in … more
Children and teens who are 18 or younger can enjoy a free summer meal provided at Woodland Middle School. Woodland Public Schools will serve breakfast and lunch at the school’s cafeteria … more
Members of the Ridgefield Lions Club are working to improve around 50,000 square feet of property at the Port of Ridgefield prior to the organization’s Sausage Festival. This year’s … more
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