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Testing referrals for participation in the Ridgefield School District’s Highly Capable Program for the 2024-25 school year are currently being a ccepted. Anyone may refer a student, including … more
Battle Ground High School senior Clair Moss has kept herself busy over the years. From being a multifaceted leader in the school’s band program, a varsity goalkeeper, National Honors … more
A $5 million federal grant awarded to Battle Ground Public Schools will be a boon to the district as it addresses student mental and behavioral health, the grant application’s writer says. … more
The North Clark Historical Museum and Mt. Valley Grange #79 will co-host the 36th annual community celebration honoring veterans on Veterans Day. The event will take place Saturday, Nov. 11 at … more
Big River Paranormal’s investigation of the Cedar Creek Grist Mill during the night of Saturday, Oct. 14 into the early morning hours of Sunday, Oct. 15 yielded spooky results for the believers … more
A plan to fund roughly $98 million of infrastructure improvements in Ridgefield received final approval last week, with most of the projects expected to be complete by the end of the decade. … more
The site of the new Woodland Community Library is beginning to buzz with activity as the library has set a goal to have the facility open next fall. Fencing went up at the Lakeshore Drive site … more
The Port of Ridgefield is preparing to start planning the development of the Lake River waterfront next year. The port’s business plan for the 41-acre waterfront was finalized Oct. 11, … more
Clark County is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the local civil service commission for the Sheriff’s Office created under state law (RCW 41.14). The county has extended the deadline … more
State Rep. Peter Abbarno, R-Centralia, is again calling on the Legislature to renew a now-expired tax credit for businesses that hire veterans. He also wants to expand the program to include … more
Join representatives from The Reflector, Oregon Public Broadcasting, Clark County Today and The Columbian for a community forum on Thursday, Nov. 16, as they respond to the question: “Does … more
Woodland Beavers The Woodland Beavers handled the run-heavy Rochester Warriors in the 2A District playoff round on Friday, Nov. 3 in a 33-8 win. After becoming 2A Greater St. Helens League … more
Girls soccer The 3A Prairie Falcons girls soccer team saw their season come to an end after two straight losses in the district tournament. The Falcons lost their first game to Peninsula High … more
During chilly, gray winters, people can create a cozy home that appeals to the senses and make an excellent cold-season retreat. For comfort’s sake, Marisa Kaski, designer and owner of … more
Washi ngton State University Extension Cowlitz County Master Gardeners will host master gardener training classes starting in January. “This is a great opportunity to learn more about … more
Naturescaping is inviting the gardening community to join what has become known as the “annual Mason Bee experience.” “Did you know Mason Bees are one of about 4,000 native … more
The Clark Conservation District’s upcoming annual native plant sale gives gardeners the opportunity to purchase high-quality plants native throughout the Pacific Northwest. Customers will … more
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