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  Job seekers can peruse 62 employers next Thursday at U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler’s annual Jobs Fair. The event is free and open to the public, and will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 … more
Visitors can enter state lands without a Discover Pass on Wednesday, August 25 to recognize the National Park Service system’s 105th birthday. The “pass-free days” apply to all … more
One of three races for La Center City Council in the August primary now has enough of a difference in votes to avoid a mandatory recount, though the gap between second and third place in the contest … more
The Clark County Fire Marshal’s Office has released video evidence in the investigation of an alleged arson of the old Cherry Grove Church in an attempt to identify a person and vehicle of … more
The rate of recent COVID-19 cases in Clark County continued its upward trajectory as the latest numbers from the county health department shows a third week of increases. Clark County Public … more
As temperatures rise to the 100s again this week, Clark County health officials are urging residents to prevent heat-related illnesses. The National Weather Service issued an excessive heat … more
Those who received a letter dated Aug. 4 from the Washington State Department of Licensing can disregard the message, says Clark County Auditor Greg Kimsey, because it incorrectly notified vehicle … more
Travelers on southbound Interstate 5 in north Clark County can expect delays and lane closures because of paving work from Aug. 15 to Sept. 5.   The Granite Construction Company, a … more
Those working for Washington state government or in the health care industry will have to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 by mid-October to keep their jobs, Gov. Jay Inlsee announced … more
The preliminary results for the August 2021 primary election are in, but one race in La Center remains too close to call with only a few hundred ballots left to count. As of Aug. 6, Clark County … more
A potential sales tax measure intended to fund the Clark County Sheriff’s Office’s upcoming body camera program is headed for county voters in … more
Ella Schaffer Remmick, who will soon turn 101-years-old, is one tough lady. Remmick learned the value of hard work as she grew up farming alongside her four sisters and one brother on a small farm … more
As a father of not one, but three recent college graduates, Raymond Saba wanted to celebrate their achievements in a nontraditional way. For about a month Saba, who is a Brush Prairie resident and … more
A controversial plan for a recreational vehicle park in Woodland has cleared its latest legal hurdle following denial of an appeal over the development. City council largely doesn’t agree … more
It’s hard to keep 8-year-old twin sisters Jaycee and Reagan Davis out of the gym. Both sisters were glued to the television when the 2016 Rio Olympics came on and they took a specific … more
Community events Clark County Event Center: 4 to 11 p.m. from Wednesday, Aug. 11 to Friday, Aug. 13 and noon to 11 p.m., Aug. 14-15 at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds, 17402 NE … more
Nestled behind Amboy’s only market, customers enter into the recently-opened home goods store, an unusual sight for the area of about 1,000 residents. Megan Helmers and Maggie Bellikka, both … more
The number of recent COVID-19 cases in Clark County continue to grow as some area health agencies say they’ll require employees to get the jab. During its weekly update on Aug. 5, Clark … more
Crews have started work on about $900,000 of improvements for pavement conditions in Battle Ground neighborhoods through this year’s Street Preservation Program.  Projects include … more
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is alerting residents of a new scam where someone calls victims and identifies themselves as a representative from the sheriff’s office. The scammers … more
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