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Clark County’s latest rate of recent COVID-19 cases saw another increase based on the latest data. Clark County Public Health’s June 23 report showed 175.1 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 … more
Daybreak Middle School released its second semester honor roll. An asterisk denotes a 4.0 grade-point average.  Fifth grade Callie R. Anderson*, Matthias E. Chumbley*, Colton W. … more
In a statement released on Wednesday, Republican ranking member for the Senate Ways and Means Committee Lynda Wilson, R-Vancouver, and state Senate Republican Leader Sen. John Braun, R-Centralia, … more
The Ridgefield School District will host a levy information night on Tuesday, June 28 to provide details and answer questions about its replacement educational programs and operations levy on the … more
Woodland’s Planters Days celebration made a triumphant return to an in-person format over the weekend, bringing most of the annual festival’s staples back to the city for its centennial … more
The project to replace the aging Interstate 5 bridge over the Columbia River is set to hit a milestone next month with endorsements from key stakeholder groups, though legislators on the Washington … more
Clark County resident Gerald Gaule has operated Community Growth Radio since 2013, which is a station catering to the blind, disabled people, and veterans. The DJ has now opened a fourth stream which … more
Clark County Public Health has issued a swim beach warning at Battle Ground lake after routine testing determined there were elevated levels of E. coli bacteria. If water with the bacteria is … more
Pizza Factory opened its 10th location in Washington state on June 1 in Woodland. Entrepreneurs Becky and Michele Lo are co-owners of the North Clark County franchise. A news release stated the … more
A 10-year-old boy from Brush Prairie is working to raise money to pay for badges, promotions and encampments to support his involvement in the Lewis and Clark Young Marines by helping his parents … more
A Yacolt resident has released a book that details his life as a general in the United States Air Force. The book, titled “Pull the Chocks, I’m Launching,” was released by … more
Residents living near a proposed involuntary treatment center near Washington State University Vancouver have raised concerns about placing the state-owned facility in North Clark County as the … more
The Old Town Farmers Market will return to Battle Ground Healing Arts in July and will take place on Saturdays until October. Jillian Stansbury, the owner of Battle Ground Healing Arts, is … more
With the August primary for the 2022 elections fewer than two months away, eight challengers are seeking to unseat U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler who is running for a seventh term representing … more
Battle Ground High School football player Owen Wann has been selected as the recipient of the third annual Tyler Mode scholarship. Mode, a well-known photographer in Battle Ground, chose Wann … more
Surplus sale: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 23. The Ridgefield School District will hold a surplus sale featuring bookshelves, desks, file cabinets, shelving, Chromebooks, desktop computers, … more
La Center resident Karen Kennedy, who is a certified nutritionist, aims to help people with problems like poor sleep, diabetes, and joint pain through her business, Real Food Matters.  … more
The Historic Yacolt Community Church has been a mainstay for the town since it was built in 1903.  Caretaker Julia Heldman has worked to preserve the church since 2005.   … more
Clark County’s latest rate of recent COVID-19 cases saw a slight increase after experiencing a decline for a few weeks. Clark County Public Health’s June 16 report showed 159.3 … more
A 46-year-old Yacolt man was killed after crashing into a guardrail and a concrete barrier on northbound Interstate 5 in South Thurston County on Thursday, June 16. The man, whose name has not … more
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