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Developers of a 200-unit apartment complex are hoping to obtain the second property tax exemption issued by the City of Battle Ground to increase affordable housing in the area. During its June … more
The Ridgefield Lions Club recently presented a record high $27,000 in scholarships to students in the area.   The Ridgefield Lions Club provides scholarships each year to support … more
Forest land burned by last year’s Nakia Creek Fire will be added to the Yacolt Burn State Forest, the Washington State Board of Natural Resources announced last week. The board approved … more
The three officers from the Vancouver Police Department and one deputy from the Clark County Sheriff’s Office who were involved in the fatal shooting of an armed robbery suspect have been … more
Elite Collision Center in Battle Ground celebrated its 20-year anniversary on Wednesday, June 7, with a public celebration featuring a hot dog bar and other refreshments. Company President Kevin … more
The Clark County Council unanimously approved the sale of 40 acres of undeveloped park land to the Hockinson School District on June 6. The county agreed to part ways with the land, which is an … more
Columbia Springs hosted a fishing celebration for avid anglers and those who wanted to get their feet wet in the world of fishing at Battle Ground Lake State Park on Saturday, June 10. Kids had … more
More than 26 acres of land off of Interstate 5 to the east of the Clark County Fairgrounds is set to allow for more homes following a zoning change approved by the Clark County Council last week. … more
Clark County’s electricity provider has put its support into a study to look at how new nuclear power technology could benefit it an d the region as the state transitions away from greenhouse … more
Clark County’s COVID-19 case rate dropped for a second week in a row, based on the latest data. Clark County Public Health’s June 8 report included 11.8 COVID-19 cases per 100,000 … more
A long weekend of activities will take place in Woodland as the city celebrates its 101st Planters Days from Thursday, June 15 through Sunday, June 18. The four-day event will include parades, a … more
As summer quickly approaches and temperatures rise, Clark Public Utilities has provided tips on how people can stay cool while indoors, even if they don’t have an air conditioning unit. … more
The Pacific Northwest is abundantly rich in native plants of all sizes, which can be utilized to benefit the landscape, wildlife and pollinators. The U.S. Forest Service encourages people to use … more
Gymnastics spring classes: 10 to 10:30 a.m. or 10:30 to 11:15 a.m. on June 12. Jump Start will provide gymnastics lessons, which focus on the bars, balance beam and trampoline. Kids between the ages … more
Over 40 Lewis River Rotary Club members, their friends and family members installed a brick paver walkway around the rose garden in Battle Ground’s Central Park on Saturday, June 3. The … more
Participants involved in the Unit 6610 Battalion or Stockade divisions of the Christian Service Brigade (CSB) program in the early to mid 80s at Bethel Lutheran Church are invited to attend a reunion … more
A fast moving, two-alarm fire destroyed at least seven businesses in an industrial building in Salmon Creek on Tuesday, June 6.  According to Clark County Fire District 6, employees at the … more
Law enforcement recruits in Southwest Washington won’t have to travel as far to get trained as the first class for a regional police academy in Clark County will start on Nov. 23. The … more
The Ridgefield School District recently announced that Jennifer Johnson was hired to serve as an assistant principal at View Ridge Middle School. Johnson will replace Stephanie Goad, who will be … more
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