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The land around the Hantwick Trail by Moulton Falls has been secured for recreational use, as the Washington State Board of Natural Resources approved measures which placed the state-owned property … more
Ridgefield’s junior guard Cole Chester led the way to a 54-30 win over the Hockinson Hawks on Thursday, Jan. 19, as he secured 15 points from behind the three-point arc. The Spudders kept … more
Lewisville Regional Park, a bustling home of outdoor recreation opportunities in Clark County, was established in 1936 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The WPA was formed in 1935 as a … more
Doors opened to The Great Train Show in Ridgefield on the morning of Saturday, Jan. 14 to a line of several hundred model railroaders, train enthusiasts, and eager kids with their … more
The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge is known nationwide as a place where sandhill cranes seek refuge while on migration.  Swans fill the waters during the winter months, ducks and … more
The Woodland boys and girls wrestling teams squared off against R.A. Long High School and Fort Vancouver High School during a home meet on Wednesday, Jan. 11, securing two team … more
Did you break your ulna, or arm bone, on a Saturday at 7 p.m. in Battle Ground? Call Vital Care, heads of the locally owned business said. The business has been at its current … more
Battle Ground entered its game against Skyview (6-2) on Tuesday, Jan. 3, with an 8-1 record, and secured a 71-69 win. Trey Spencer started off early with his usual disrupting defense as he secured … more
The Washington State Legislature will reconvene for its 2023 session on Jan. 9.  The 105-day session will include the approval of the state’s biennial budgets among a number of other … more
As another year draws to a close, we look back on the news in North Clark County over the course of 2022.   Events like the omicron COVID-19 surge, forest fires and an election featuring … more
The Ridgefield girls cruised to victory over La Center on Monday, Dec. 19 as the team secured a 60-27 non-league win.  La Center started the first quarter with an early run and dominant … more
Clark County got its first hit of winter weather as icy conditions snarled traffic on interstates and roadways on Thursday and Friday. The National Weather Service issued a winter … more
Dozens of people gathered at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge’s headquarters on Dec. 16 to commemorate the opening of an administration and multipurpose building. The building was a … more
For years, the Union boys basketball team has dominated the Greater St. Helens League 4A division. But that shifted on Friday, Dec. 16, as the Battle Ground Tigers secured their first league win of … more
Chains were put into place, frames were fitted and tires were filled with air at the Clark County Fairgrounds on Saturday as hundreds of volunteers put together bikes as part of an annual event … more
The annual Interservice Walk and Knock food drive returned to its usual pickup format over the weekend following two years of a “Drive and Drop” setup to deal with the COVID-19 … more
The votes for the 2022 general election are all counted in Clark County with Congressional candidate Joe Kent saying he will file for a recount in his race. On Nov. 29, the Clark County Canvassing … more
Ridgefield’s full day of festivities celebrating the holiday season hit downtown Saturday, Dec. 3 as part of the city’s annual “Hometown Celebration.” At 9 a.m., the ugly … more
The Clark County Saddle Club is all settled in its brand-new facility south of Battle Ground. On Dec. 3, the facility off of state Route 503 was host to a full day of events. It started with a … more
The Cowlitz Indian Tribe celebrated its start to the holiday season with a tree lighting ceremony at ilani on Nov. 23 as they announced roughly $2.5 million of grants the tribe handed out through its … more
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