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Joanne Mehl blended her passion of horses and art to form a business where she paints vivid landscapes and equestrian activities. Mehl, who has been a professional, figurative artist since 1985, … more
The Ridgefield community came out in droves for some spooky, Halloween-themed fun on Saturday, Oct. 29, as Alyssa Curran Realty Group, the Ridgefield National Honor Society and parents hosted a trunk … more
Students from Woodland High School’s multilingual learner program joined others from around the region at the Clark County Latino Youth Leadership Conference at Washington State University … more
Daughters of the Pioneers: 12:30 p.m. for social time, 1 p.m. for meeting on Thursday, Nov. 3. Join the Daughters of the Pioneers of Washington Chapter No. 19 as member Judy Bergren discusses her … more
The smoky air cleared for a soggy, fall day on Friday as kindergartners from Battle Ground Public Schools descended on the district’s Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education … more
Woodland’s American Veterans (AMVETS) Post 16 will soon feature a name in dedication to a technical sergeant in the U.S. Air Force who was one of nearly a dozen Americans who were unaccounted … more
Responders working the Nakia Creek Fire near Larch Mountain are in their final stages of their work, as favorable weather helped increase the fire’s containment over the weekend.  In … more
Michael Jackson, the division chief of Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue, has been awarded the Fire Marshal of the Year award for 2022. The award is given out by the Washington State Association of Fire … more
Clark College has a program designed to fit the needs of a growing hi-tech industry. At the college’s Center of Excellence for Semiconductor and Electronics Manufacturing, students gain … more
Clark County is hosting a public meeting at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 27 to present the list of proposed code amendments to Clark County Code sections regarding conservation areas. Participants … more
Clark County residents will be able to drop off their tax payment at a drive-thru kiosk on the last two days of the tax season.  The kiosk is located at the east parking structure entrance … more
Appraisers from the Clark County Assessor’s Office will perform physical inspections of residential and commercial property through February as work began on Oct. 20 to inspect and revalue … more
The Clark County Council is in the process of formally approving a resolution in opposition to perpetual tolling of Interstate 5 and Interstate 205. During a “council time” meeting … more
Clark County has been awarded $120,575 through the U.S. Department of Justice’s Byrne grant program to “support local police needs.”  Last week, U.S. Attorney Nick Brown … more
The Battle Ground Parks and Recreation Department will host its first ever “Pooch Parade” event on Oct. 27, which will feature a costume contest. For those who love to dress up their … more
The Woodland City Council is reconsidering its plan to increase utility rates after residents expressed concerns over the hike at a recent meeting.  During the council’s Oct. 17 … more
After spending around 20 years as a chef, Garrett Lorton became skilled with handling knives.  While he enjoyed being a chef, arthritis made it difficult for Lorton to stand on his feet all … more
Judges in cases that alleged issues at the Clark County Auditor’s Office have determined there isn’t enough of a case for the lawsuits to continue. On Sept. 30, a U.S. District Court … more
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying three masked suspects who committed an armed robbery at Sticky’s Pot Shop on Northeast Highway 99 on … more
The first time Myrna Loy went to a keg party during her young adulthood, it was a celebration of the birthday of a 21-year-old cow.  Now 77, Loy, of La Center, is celebrating the final months … more
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