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One of Washington’s lawmakers who represents much of North Clark County won’t step down from her role as initially planned. In a social media post on Dec. 14, state Sen. Ann Rivers, … more
The board of directors of C-Tran approved a temporary, 12-month fare reduction for local and express routes next year at its meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 14. The reduced fares will go into effect on … more
The Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and several local public health jurisdictions are investigating multiple outbreaks of COVID-19 connected to high school wrestling tournaments that were … more
Clark County offices will be closed on Friday, Dec. 24 and Friday, Dec. 31 in observance of Christmas and New Year. The joint lobby on the second floor of the Public Service Center, 1300 Franklin … more
“This one might be too big for you. How tall are you?” That’s what Cowlitz County Sheriff’s deputy Craig Murray asked his charge, Josue Sanchez-Espinal, as they perused the … more
The Prairie Bar and Grill in Brush Prairie, which has been a local staple for the past 45 years, has new owners and a new name. Shawna and Dan Risner, the new owners, will reopen the bar at the … more
The North County Community Food Bank in Battle Ground is doing what they can to provide families with a Christmas dinner. Executive Director Liz Cerveny said December is always the food … more
Annual parking passes for four of Clark County’s largest parks are now on sale for 2022. The $30 passes allow for parking at Frenchman’s Bar Regional Park, Lewisville Regional Park, … more
The future of public safety in La Center looms over its financial forecast for next year. Although a decision on whether to contract with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office for police services … more
After nearly 40 years, Battle Ground’s six middle schools will launch sports programs, thanks to the approval of the recent levy. Boys basketball will start in January, followed by girls … more
Prairie High School agriculture teacher Annette Weeks recently received the Ideas Unlimited award at the 2021 National Association of Agricultural Educators (NAAE) conference.  Weeks was … more
The top fundraising challenger to U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler’s re-election spoke with an avowed crusader against critical race theory taught in schools, calling on those who are concerned … more
Members of the Washington state Legislature began prefiling bills last week, and lawmakers from the 19th legislative district so far haven’t shied away from showing their priorities. On Dec. … more
Three Woodland soccer teams competed in the state championships at the Starfire Sports Complex in Tukwila on Saturday, Dec. 11, with two taking home the win. The Reign of the U-11 division and the … more
Toastmaster meetings: 7 p.m. every Tuesday online. Toastmasters holds meetings for people who want to improve their communication skills for business or career development. Meetings are on Zoom. Use … more
The Woodland Care Center has brought back its Red Hat Tea Party after a yearlong hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Activity Director Joanna Gennick said the group has been busy with various … more
Giving to charity is a selfless endeavor that’s vital to the survival of countless nonprofit organizations across the globe. Without the generosity of donors, many charitable organizations … more
Retirement provides a chance for adults who have worked throughout their lives to take a step back, relax and enjoy the fruits of their labors. Though the most indelible image associated with … more
The Tree Wisemans, a u-cut Christmas tree farm in Ridgefield, has been working to keep up with the demand of the busy winter season.  Sporting a name that’s a play on “the Three … more
Battle Ground Festivals is hosting its first annual Holiday Window Wonderland storefront decorating contest this month to see which local business has the best holiday window decorations. The … more
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