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Career fair: 8 a.m. to noon on Thursday, March 30. Woodland Public Schools and the Port of Woodland will host a CareerReady Woodland career fair. Local employers will be able to speak with students … more
The Rego Athletic Scholarship Foundation will host its first golf tournament in June at Tri Mountain Golf Course in Ridgefield. The tournament, named the Rego Golf Classic, will raise funds for … more
The deadline to remove studded tires in Washington is before the end of day on Friday, March 31.  In a news release, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) encouraged all … more
During a virtual town hall on Tuesday night, the 20th Legislative District’s three lawmakers answered questions from constituents about a wide array of issues.  State Sen. John Braun, … more
State Sen. Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, released a statement on Monday regarding a revenue forecast showing the state government now expects to bring in more than $1 billion less in revenue over the … more
Greg Thornton, the mayor of La Center, resigned from his position on March 22. Before Thornton’s election as mayor, he served as a councilmember from 2010 to 2015 and was a planning … more
U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania County, on Wednesday introduced the Supporting Small Business and Technical Education Act along with a bipartisan group of congressional members, … more
A large crowd gathered in La Center to celebrate a ribbon-cutting and grand opening event for Podunk Pizza Co. on Saturday, March 18. Some community … more
If the replacement levy for Woodland Public Schools is not approved by voters in April the district stated dozens of positions would be cut and a wide range of programs would be reduced or outright … more
Fire Station 151 at the Clark County Fairgrounds will have round-the-clock crews if plans for the two districts who jointly oversee the station go into effect this year. The station, housed at 505 … more
Battle Ground Public Schools will receive hundreds of thousands of dollars from a legal settlement against an e-cigarette manufacturer after joining onto a lawsuit with hundreds of other school … more
The Woodland City Council filled its last vacant seat with a new councilor who grew up in the community. During a special meeting on March 13, the city council voted 5-1 to appoint Aaron Alderman … more
The Clark County Jail isn’t currently at capacity, but improvements to facilities are still in the works. During a March 15 “council time” meeting, the Clark County Council heard … more
Councilors and managers from North Clark County cities recently made their way from one Washington to the other as they visited the nation’s capital in order to advocate for local … more
Attorneys representing the family of a 30-year-old Black man who was fatally shot by a Clark County sheriff’s deputy are heralding the withdrawal of a motion by the county’s lawyers as a … more
Three organizations based in Ridgefield have worked to help families as they face the rising cost of inflation and a reduction of some federal services. The organizations are now looking for some … more
Competitors took to the Battle Ground Community Center on Saturday, March 11, as they faced off against one another in a cornhole tournament. To prepare for the madness of March, participants were … more
Students on the DREAM Team at Chief Umtuch Middle School in Battle Ground had a chance to meet state legislators in Olympia on March 6 as they discussed topics impacting students across the … more
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