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Washington State Department of Transportation contractors are repairing a culvert that failed and washed out on the state Route 503 Spur on Tuesday, Dec. 5. Repair to the culvert began Thursday, … more
Clark County is seeking applicants for a 12-person Rural Event Center and Agricultural Tourism Task Force. Members would assist with exploring possible code revisions, such as allowing agricultural … more
Clark County Community Services will host four public forums in January regarding the low-income community needs survey conducted earlier this year. Discussion and feedback from attendees will be … more
Beginning what he describes as his dream job in August, new Battle Ground High School concert choir director David Lindner is excited to share his passion and grow the musical group. Musically … more
In a significant stride in expanding early learning education for children and families, Educational Opportunities for Children and Families (EOCF) recently announced the successful acquisition of a … more
A Portland-area kid born and raised, my family’s Christmas trees were always purchased at traditional tree farms or through the local high school band’s tree lot. My Christmas tree … more
Battle Ground police officers helped brighten children’s Christmas recently at the annual Shop with a Cop event, Dec. 9. Officers took 20 local children, nominated by Battle Ground Public … more
From a day’s stay to an extended vacation, Roxy’s Dog Ranch in Ridgefield allows area pooches to play while their people are working or on vacation. Local entrepreneur Beckie Mays … more
Clark County Sheriff John Horch and colleagues spoke about recent crime trends, staffing updates, the success of the sheriff office’s drone program and more at a town hall event last … more
La Center Mayor Thomas Strobehn, along with Bryan Kast, public works and community development director, have developed a plan to bring more commercial development and vibrance to downtown La … more
For nine years, the greater community of Woodland has flocked to Michann and Ken Bond’s property for their Christmas inflatables display. Only, this holiday season will be their last as they … more
La Center Mayor Thomas Strobehn, along with Bryan Kast, public works and community development director, unveiled a plan to bring more commercial development and vibrance to downtown La Center.  … more
The Clark County Republican Party’s Vancouver headquarters was vandalized last week, with the party and third district Congressional candidate Joe Kent pointing the finger at left-leaning … more
The five candidates for the City of Battle Ground police chief opening came together for an evening meet and greet at City Hall, Thursday, Dec. 9. The meet and greet was followed by a day of final … more
The St. John Lutheran Church in Salmon Creek will be holding its Longest Night church service on Dec. 21. “Christmas is supposed to be a time filled with comfort and joy and a time when … more
Ina Tappan ventured into the world of Christmas tree farming in 1985 when she was 50 years old. At 87, she still walks the fields and cares for the evergreens. Her children aid her with the daily … more
Lapidary artist Richard Brtischgi can see life within stone, and gives the creatures he creates physical form through sculpture. Following retirement, Britschgi opened his lapidary workshop in … more
The Clark Public Utilities Board of Commissioners approved the 2024 annual budget for the electric, generating and water systems on Dec. 5. The generating system operating revenue budget will … more
The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington (CFSWW) recently opened online applications for its 2024 scholarship cycle to local students in Clark, Cowlitz and Skamania counties. According … more
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