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The recent case rate of COVID-19 in Clark County experienced another slight increase and landed above the statewide average in the latest data. Clark County Public Health’s May 25 report … more
The La Center City Council heard from the city’s Public Works Director Bryan Kast on an illicit discharge ordinance at its May 24 meeting, which would add new regulations intended to protect … more
The Ridgefield School District received a clean audit from the Washington State Auditor’s Office for the 2021-2022 school year, the district announced. The audit is an annual occurrence … more
Marita Wantaja, a local photographer in Battle Ground, recently created an outdoor photo studio with a backdrop for a Mother’s Day photoshoot opportunity. The success of her pop up service … more
Hockinson Fun Days will kick off this year with a family-friendly bingo event on Friday, June 2, followed by a day full of festivities and a parade the next day. Doors for bingo will open at … more
Last year, Furry Friends spent $165,000 for medical costs for 520 cats, and this year, the organization’s marketing director Diane Stevens anticipates that number to grow closer to $200,000. … more
M etal Art Fever makes its steel creations out of the Amboy area and is a majority family-owned and operated business. The business, which specializes in handcrafted metal decorations for the … more
Friday night cruise-ins: 4 to 8 p.m. every Friday through Sept. 15. Alderbrook Park welcomes all special interest cars, trucks and bikes at its cruise-in events. Participating vehicles need to pay … more
The Ridgefield softball team ended its run for a state title in second place following an 8-1 loss against No rth Kitsap in the final game of the 2A state championship tournament on Saturday, May 27, … more
The U.S. Forest Service is hoping, somehow, the travelers from across the world who come to visit Mount St. Helens this summer still get their views of the unique, eruption-severed north face, … more
After Gov. Jay Inslee signed a new bill related to pet insurance into law in April, Washington residents can expect more protection and less confusion, according to a news release from Washington … more
Washington state’s candidate filing week for 2023’s municipal elections took place last week as numerous competitive races took shape for seats on city councils and school boards. … more
The Woodland Police Department was advised of an altercation, which led to a shooting in the 1200 block of Pacific Avenue at approximately 3:15 a.m. on Sunday, May 20. A news release from the … more
As Mary Jones, the owner of Scented Acres Lavender Farm, prepares to enter into “semi-retirement,” she is formulating plans for a party on July 30 to celebrate the customers who have … more
Clark County held its Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony on Thursday, May 18, as over 100 people attended the e vent to remember the lives of those who were lost in the line of duty. The eve nt, … more
The City of La Center is accepting applications to fill the unexpired term of city council position 4. The remainder of the council term runs until Nov. 28, according to a news release from the … more
An overcast morning allowed for comfortable viewing of dozens of local school bands during Clark County’s premier display of marching musicians from across the region on Saturday. On May … more
Whether industrial development along the Chelatchie Prairie Railroad can hook up to urban sewer utilities remains a major sticking point to move forward on a law passed nearly six years ago. The … more
U.S. Air Force Capt. Julian Kinonen flew into the Portland area in a fairly uncommon style. The F-35A Lightning II pilot flew in one of the aircraft that is currently at the peak of military … more
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