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Clark County’s recent COVID-19 case rate saw its first decrease of 2022, but 30 deaths were tallied in the latest health department update. Clark County Public Health’s Feb. 3 report … more
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, has introduced a trio of bills in recent weeks that would take aim at states such as Washington that pass “bad” police reform … more
David Boggs, an eighth-grader who went through his last rounds of chemotherapy in November, was greeted with a surprise celebration at Daybreak … more
Clark County’s health care system is strained due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic as leaders from hospitals and medical groups urged greater support … more
The project to replace the aging Interstate 5 bridge over the Columbia River continues to move along with a goal to start construction in 2025 still in sight, according to project officials. In a … more
A Battle Ground-based contractor has received fines from the Washington State Department of Ecology totaling $136,000 for a dozen violations over the course of nearly a year, the department … more
The daughters of Terry L. and Cindy K. (Blankenship) Ham happily announce the 50th wedding anniversary of their parents. Terry and Cindy met in 1968 on the Ham’s bean farm in La Center. They … more
Clark County residents were able to virtually view some of the first road improvement projects for Northeast 179th Street, located east of the county fairgrounds, that were featured in a larger plan … more
Two Prairie High School juniors have started a campaign that collects feminine hygiene products for homeless women and aims to spread awareness of the need for the products in high school. Malina … more
The drawing of new district boundaries by the Clark County Council may finally reach a resolution in the next few weeks as a public hearing is set for 6 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 7. The Clark County … more
A Battle Ground woman has pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from a March 2021 incident when she allegedly crashed into another vehicle on Harrison Avenue in Centralia while she was intoxicated and fled the … more
A Natural Health Fair will be held at the Amboy Grange on Feb. 5, which showcases local businesses that promote natural approaches to health, fitness and beauty. Helena Green, an organizer of the … more
The Ridgefield High School’s girls bowling team has set a new standard as the team tallied a record number of 1739 pins during a match this season. Coach George Black said the team … more
Solid Waste Advisory Commission meeting: 6 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 3. The Clark County Solid Waste Advisory Commission will hold a meeting to discuss updates to staffing, the solid waste … more
In a conscious effort to go green, Danny Rowland, the owner of Misty Frog Acres in Battle Ground, is in the process of converting three of his 1975 Power King tractors to all-electric … more
Various food trucks around Clark County are thriving in the pandemic as they continue to provide food to their patrons in a socially distanced fashion. Lynnae Oxley, the owner of Sugars Barbecue … more
Lawmakers representing the 20th Legislative District will host a virtual town hall event Tuesday, Feb. 1, to talk about the 2022 legislative session so far and to take questions from … more
An off-duty Vancouver police officer was shot and killed by a Clark County Sheriff’s Office deputy on Saturday, Jan. 29 after an armed robbery suspect tried to get into the officer’s … more
The La Center School District was recently awarded a $90,000 grant that will pay for teacher devices and technology systems in its classroom. The grant came from the Cowlitz Tribal Foundation … more
Clark County’s COVID-19 case rate entered a fifth week of increase as the health department reported over 4,200 cases and more than two dozen deaths associated with the disease in the past … more
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