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Battle Ground Public Schools is asking parents and community members to provide input on which of four comprehensive sexual health education curricula it should adopt for fifth- through 12th-grade … more
The suspect in a police pursuit that led to the death of a Vancouver Police officer who was a Battle Ground resident now faces charges of first-degree murder, according to court documents. Julio … more
The end to statewide mandates on masking indoors and at schools is in sight as Gov. Jay Inslee set the removal of the requirement for March 21. During a Feb. 17 press conference, Inslee announced … more
The number of recent COVID-19 cases in Clark County saw a third-straight week of decline as of the latest health department report. Clark County Public Health’s Feb. 17 report showed 1,017 … more
Preliminary results are in for the February special election as two school levies in North Clark County districts have leads geared toward approval, while a levy and bond are trailing behind in … more
A Ridgefield man is in custody after he allegedly robbed or attempted to rob two businesses in Salmon Creek. On Feb. 10, Clark Mattox, 37, made his first appearance in Clark County Superior Court. … more
Liam McClintock, a senior at CAM Academy in Battle Ground and a Boy Scout for Troop 475 in Brush Prairie, has started an Eagle Scout project to gather items for adolescents in the foster care … more
Marin Carter, a senior at Prairie High School, has been nominated by Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler and Sen. Patty Murray to attend West Point in New York, the United States Air Force Academy in … more
The Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities of Southwest Washington now serves as the statewide health insurance benefits advisors (SHIBA) sponsor for Clark, Cowlitz, Skamania and Wahkiakum … more
A $90,000 grant through an organization of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe will provide laptops and monitors to teachers in the La Center School District. Late last month LCSD announced it had received … more
A 35-acre piece of land owned by the city of Battle Ground may be turned into the park its previous owners envisioned, though concerns about operating it loom over any formal decision. During a … more
Prairie High School senior Lilly Bash won the individual 3A Washington Interscholastic Activities Association State Bowling Championship in Tacoma on Feb. 3, after she placed first out of 90 … more
The Battle Ground High School cheer and dance team took sixth place during the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association state championships on Feb. 4 and Feb. 5. The team racked up 58.5 … more
BGPS Industry Fair: 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 17. Battle Ground High School will host its seventh annual Industry Fair, which introduces students to career information and opportunities across … more
Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue (CCFR) has served underserved populations, especially senior citizens, through its Community Assistance Referral and Education Services (CARES) program for the past two … more
A bill to crack down on catalytic converter theft passed out of the Senate Ways and Means Committee Monday, Feb. 7. Nineteenth Legislative District Sen. Jeff Wilson, R-Longview, who sponsored … more
Seventeen house Republicans, including representatives from District 17 and District 20, have sent a letter to Gov. Jay Inslee asking him to end COVID-19-related proclamations on wearing masks … more
Around 825 people registered for the eighth annual Clark Public Utilities Race for Warmth, raising over $41,000 for Operation Warm Heart. Runners and walkers from Clark County and across the … more
The current mask mandate in Washington schools has led students to walk out of class and protest the ongoing requirements.  This week, students in schools across North Clark County took part … more
Vancouver Police Officer Donald Sahota’s reputation as someone keen on mechanical expertise was well-known. “Some of my fondest memories with my dad are the late nights that I spent … more
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