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The Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office has identified a man whose body was discovered in the Columbia River more than two decades ago, using a similar process that identified another cold … more
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office continues to receive reports from citizens in the county who have said they have been contacted by someone involved in an ongoing phone scam. In the scam, … more
The Washington State Sheriffs Association last week issued a letter denouncing Gov. Jay Inslee's plan for gun control restrictions in the Evergreen State. The association released the letter … more
Doors opened to The Great Train Show in Ridgefield on the morning of Saturday, Jan. 14 to a line of several hundred model railroaders, train enthusiasts, and eager kids with their families.  … more
The La Center School District Board of Directors heard from proponents and opponents of a civil rights complaint from teachers against the district during a Jan. 10 special meeting. The complaint … more
Voters in the Woodland Public Schools district will have an opportunity to vote on a levy to replace an expiring property tax at a lower collection amount than what is currently on the books. … more
A year of work on the first phase of a project to bring sports fields to Woodland concluded after approval  by Cowlitz County officials helped bring the project to fruition more than a dozen … more
In a presentation at the state Capitol on Jan. 5, Stuart Elway, a well known Seattle-based pollster, reviewed the results of a poll of registered voters in Washington he recently conducted.  … more
A staffing shortage at the Battle Ground Post Office has led to issues of packages and some mail not being delivered, according to the United States Postal Service. In the days leading up to … more
The biggest federal grant application for the project to replace the aging Interstate 5 bridge over the Columbia River was not awarded, though project administration says its first attempt for … more
A celebration of all things beer will offer Clark County brew aficionados a chance to experience a number of events headlined by celebrity chefs. From Feb. 16 to Feb. 19, ilani’s Brewfest … more
Burgerville will donate 20% of a sale when customers mention Operation Warm Heart while ordering at any of Clark County’s 11 Burgerville restaurants from 4 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 19.  … more
The Battle Ground Education Foundation recently received a grant of $12,000 to offset costs of its 2022 fall fundraiser, Destination Graduation. The money provided courtesy of Josh Turkington, … more
Clark County will hold public workshops to help assess the implementation and refine strategies in its Aging Readiness Plan. Participants in the workshops will also brainstorm new policy ideas … more
The Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge is known nationwide as a place where sandhill cranes seek refuge while on migration.  Swans fill the waters during the winter months, ducks and … more
The Woodland boys and girls wrestling teams squared off against R.A. Long High School and Fort Vancouver High School during a home meet on Wednesday, Jan. 11, securing two team … more
Clark County surpassed 1,000 deaths related to COVID-19 as the recent case rate of the disease also experienced an increase.  Clark County Public Health’s Jan. 12 report included 51.9 … more
Battle Ground Senior Citizens, Inc. honored first responders on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on Jan. 9 during the group’s monthly luncheon at the Battle Ground Community … more
Bunco: 1 to 3 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 20. Join the Battle Ground seniors for a game of bunco. The cost to participate is $5. For more information, call Sharon Wodtke at 360-953-3278 or email … more
Clark County has scheduled a meeting where information on the multi-year process to update the local Comprehensive Growth Management Plan will be discussed.  The plan, which was last updated … more
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