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The Washington State Legislature’s 5 p.m. cutoff on March 8 for bills to pass their chamber of origin put an end to many potential pieces of legislation, but lawmakers representing North Clark … more
Ridgefield’s new police chief isn’t a stranger to the department or the city. During a city council meeting on March 9, interim police chief Cathy Doriot was sworn in as the permanent … more
Clark County reported 195 new COVID-19 cases between March 2 and March 9, which was  fewer than the 222 cases reported between Feb. 23 and March 2. In total, there have been 112,246 … more
After a historic state title run last year, the Battle Ground girls fastpitch team is gearing up for its first game on March 15. The team, under the leadership of Jeremy Barr who entered his … more
Billy Hayes is now in his 19th season as the head coach of Battle Ground’s baseball team as the Tigers prepare for what they hope will be a successful postseason run.  Last year, the … more
HOPE Dementia Support will host its first in-person fundraiser since 2019 on March 18 at Royal Oaks Country Club. The “Let it be HOPE” fundraiser will feature dinner. There will also … more
Anthony Munoz is leading the charge to bring a youth outreach program called Young Life to Battle Ground. While the organization has already held events in the area, Munoz hopes to expand the program … more
Thousands of trees will be offered for sale by the Clark County Farm Forestry Association during an annual public sale set for Saturday, March 18. The sale will begin at 8 a.m. at the Albertsons … more
The Washington State Patrol has partnered with the Washington State Department of Transportation, the Towing and Recovery Association of Washington, and the Washington Traffic Safety Commission to … more
A bill named in honor of a Centralia teen who drowned in the Chehalis River in March 2021 unanimously passed in the state House of Representatives on Tuesday.  The legislation now goes to the … more
In one of the largest donations it has ever made, the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation this week announced the earmarking of $900,000 for upgrades for the Mount St. Helens Institute. The institute called … more
Kendra Laratta was honored as the 2022 Citizen of the Year at a ceremony held in the Meyer Community Room at the Battle Ground Community Library on Wednesday, March 1. The Battle Ground Citizen of … more
The deadline for bills in the Washington State Legislature to pass their house of origin is looming and lawmakers representing North Clark County saw several pieces of legislation move on last … more
The Washington State Auditor’s Office found only a few faults with investigations into local deadly force shootings in recently-released reports. On Feb. 23, the auditor’s office … more
A discussion to implement state law that allows for industry along Clark County’s short-line railroad has returned to the Clark County Council over four years after the process came to a … more
Despite a handful of development setbacks, the new home of the Port of Ridgefield has officially opened. During a ribbon-cutting ceremony on March 1, staff and officials from the port celebrated … more
The Clark County Council is seeking applicants to fill a position on the Clark County Board of Equalization. The three-year position runs from April 30 to April 29, 2026. Applicants must be … more
The two planets, located on opposite sides of the earth in our solar system, came within close proximity to each other on March 1 and March 2. Jupiter and Venus were both in the same telescopic … more
A new ownership group cut the ribbon to celebrate the reopening of The New Phoenix Casino on Wednesday, March 1, which opened its doors back in October.  The New Phoenix isn’t new to La … more
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