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Battle Ground High School hosted a wrestling tournament on April 16 as over 500 students from multiple states came to grapple on the mat.  BGHS wrestling coach Karl Johnson was happy to see … more
Three students from Battle Ground High School competed at the Charter College Welding Contest in Vancouver on April 15, securing spots in the top five.  Junior Jacob Dickey took second place … more
Cloverlane Mercantile and Events Center in Brush Prairie will host a Zumba Cinco de Mayo dance party on May 5. Instructor Kim Witherspoon held dance classes at Cloverlane, which was originally … more
Patrick “Paddy” Hough was an Irish immigrant who moved to British Columbia and later Vancouver after he survived the potato famine in his country.  Hough, who lived from 1846 to … more
All Season Plants in Ridgefield works hard year-round to provide wholesale plants to the residents of Clark County. Owner Rue Lindgren originally started the nursery online before she moved into … more
As gardening season approaches, there’s a plethora of nurseries to choose from in North Clark County. Here is a sampling of offerings: D&D Nursery 22916 NW Maple Crest, … more
State Rep. Brandon Vick announced he will not run for re-election this year, making his fifth term representing Washington’s 18th Legislative district his last. On April 13, Vick, … more
Clark County’s recent COVID-19 case rate rose for the second week in a row, though no deaths were included in the latest report. Clark County Public Health’s April 21 report showed … more
The project to replace the aging Interstate 5 bridge over the Columbia River may see some additional funding opportunities at the federal level because of Congress’ $1.2 trillion infrastructure … more
A perfect storm of cold weather hit Clark County last week, resulting in some of the latest snowfall ever recorded in lower elevations.  On Monday, April 11, Clark County residents saw … more
Local photographer Tyler Mode was selected from a vast pool of candidates as he was named Battle Ground’s 2022 Citizen of the Year on April 16.  The award was presented to Mode by the … more
The Mountain View Christian Center in Ridgefield held a free Easter egg hunt on April 13, which led families to pack a gym as children eagerly awaited to collect their prizes.  It was the … more
Peter Metzelaar, a Holocaust survivor from Amsterdam, shared his story with students at Battle Ground High School during a presentation he gave on April 14. Metzelaar, who is 86, was born in … more
Vancouver police have closed the case on the 2018 disappearance of a woman last seen in the Brush Prairie area. On April 13, the department announced the remains of Ashanti Conde had been … more
George’s Molon Lave, a Greek restaurant in Battle Ground, won the Best of Battle Ground award in the restaurant category in April. Owner George Vlachos opened the restaurant in … more
Don Steinke believes the shifting dynamics in energy will require the county’s public utility district to focus on conservation and a move away from fossil fuels in the coming years. Steinke … more
The Washington State Board of Health has voted to not require COVID-19 vaccines  for children to attend schools and day cares. Earlier this year, the technical advisory group, made up of … more
Clark County’s recent COVID-19 case rate saw its first increase in almost two months. Clark County Public Health’s April 14 report showed 26 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 population over … more
Female ancestors webinar: 11 a.m. on Wednesday, April 20. Join the Clark County Genealogical Society for a free webinar, “Unlocking Stories of Female Ancestors Through Effective … more
Though Russia’s invasion of Ukraine this year may have come as a surprise to those in the U.S., local professors say Russian President Vladimir Putin’s move makes historical … more
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