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The 2022 midterm election for Washington’s Third Congressional District has already broken fundraising records as the Democratic candidate in the race now leads the pack in … more
Eli Feigner made history for River HomeLink when he won the best cinematography award for his film “Clairvoyant” at one of the biggest youth film festivals in the country.  … more
The State Fire Marshal’s Office is reminding people about fireplace and chimney safety as the days grow shorter and nighttime temperatures cool.  Chimney fires can result in the loss … more
The Clark County Council is seeking to fill six seats on its volunteer developmental disabilities advisory board. The council is specifically looking for community members with expertise in or … more
Deputies from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office arrested two people in connection with stolen vehicles in Minnehaha and recovered stolen firearms in the process. On Oct. 19, deputies were … more
PeaceHealth was recently named the number one healthiest employer in Washington state for organizations with 5,000 people or more and was named one of the healthiest 100 workplaces in America.  … more
A Clark County man and woman face charges in relation to an alleged robbery of a home that was in the evacuation zone for the Nakia Creek Fire. Christina Peiffer, 28, of Camas, and William … more
The Clark County Council recently approved a resolution that supports a Criminal Justice Training Commission expansion to add a regional law enforcement training center in Clark County.  … more
Ridgefield High School Theatre is bringing a murder mystery to its stage with final performances scheduled for Friday and Saturday. RHS students began their performance of “Clue: High … more
Ethan Shaffer is known to volunteer his time in the community.  Shaffer, who holds the rank of a Life Scout in Troop 14, wanted to take his efforts a step further by installing an awning at … more
A county environmental partnership, “Poop Smart Clark,” is offering grants up to $20,000 to fix failing septic systems for low to moderate income households near the East Fork Lewis … more
The capital gains tax approved by state lawmakers has been brought before the Washington State Supreme Court and the state Senate Republican budget leader has expressed concerns about it being … more
Educational Service District 112 is accepting applications from those who are interested in filling the unexpired term of the Director District 1 board position after Richard Graham resigned from the … more
Deputies from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office responded to 88 calls for service and made four arrests in areas under evacuation notices during the height of the Nakia Creek Fire, the … more
Those who are planning to pursue higher education are invited to Washington State University Vancouver’s preview day at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 5.  Guests will learn about WSU … more
The Battle Ground High School Drama Club is ready to reignite the Christmas spirit with it’s rendition of “A Christmas Carol.” The play, which was first performed at the school … more
The City of Battle Ground and the Clark County fire marshal have lifted burn bans implemented earlier this year after the area received cooler temperatures and precipitation.  The ban on … more
Southeast Grace Avenue will be closed starting on Nov. 1 between Southeast 35th Street and Eaton Boulevard. The closure is anticipated to last three to four weeks, according to the City of … more
Clark County’s recent COVID-19 case rate saw another week of decline, though week-by-week more cases were reported. Clark County Public Health’s Oct. 27 report included 43.1 COVID-19 … more
Three runners from the Woodland High School cross country team sealed their spot in the state tournament after competing at districts on Oct. 27. Head Coach Melanie Holmes is proud of what the … more
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