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Ridgefield First Saturdays: 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 4 at Ridgefield Overlook Park, 113-131 S. Main Ave. The city of Ridgefield will host its fourth annual multicultural festival to … more
High school football teams around Clark County are preparing for a full lineup of competitions, unlike last spring’s shortened five and six-game seasons. Practices started on Aug. 18. … more
Travelers on southbound Interstate 5 through Woodland should plan ahead to avoid delays in northern Clark County this weekend, stated a news release from the Washington State Department of … more
The jury in the trial of a man accused of killing transgender teen Nikki Kuhnhausen has found the defendant, David Bogdanov, guilty following a two-week trial. On Aug. 27, the jury found Bogdanov, … more
Woodland’s city leadership has formally pushed back on statewide mandates for COVID-19 vaccines in certain public and private industries as they approved a resolution that also states city … more
Car enthusiasts braved the rain to display their vehicles, both old and new, for the first La Center Farmers Market Cruise-In on the evening of Thursday, Aug. 26 at the La Center Church. Pastor … more
A Battle Ground man identified by federal officials as an “avowed white supremacist” faces charges of illegal firearms possession after police seized guns following a six-hour standoff in … more
The activity of COVID-19 in Clark County isn’t showing signs of slowing down yet, as the latest numbers show the recent case rate increased by nearly 38 percent. Clark County Public … more
The public is welcome to attend a presentation about findings from the mid-century modern architectural survey project organized by the Clark County Historic Preservation Commission. The survey … more
Clark County Public Health announced a danger advisory for Vancouver Lake due to increased levels of cyanotoxins in the water on Wednesday. Samples from the lake taken on Monday showed cyanotoxins … more
The Clark County Council this week decided it will keep its public meetings in a virtual format through at least the end of September because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.  Councilors … more
As Jeremy Duggins biked into the parking lot of the Hockinson Community Center, a crowd of past students, parents and peers cheered him on. It marked the 2,000 miles he rode to raise awareness and … more
With the reopening of schools quickly approaching, Woodland Public Schools provided free backpacks filled with school supplies to hundreds of students at its fifth Back-to-School Bash on Saturday, … more
Women interested in advanced manufacturing and mechanical trades can learn more about career opportunities and have a chance to win a scholarship through a free workshop at Clark … more
About 70 people made an appearance for the City of Woodland’s Hot Summer Night and Movie in the Park event on the evening of Friday, Aug. 20 at Horseshoe Lake Park in Woodland. Sticking with … more
Several dozen individuals took to the street corners of Main Street and state Route 503 in Battle Ground on Aug. 19 to stand against the statewide mandate for facial coverings in schools. Holding … more
Woodland is putting a stop to any new development with residential uses in its commercially-zoned area as officials look at city code, so they can avoid unintended consequences of what’s currently on the books. more
After a 16-month battle with COVID-19, essential workers like restaurant staff members, have experienced skyrocketing amounts of burnout and fatigue. As a form of gratitude, one Battle Ground … more
In the dead of night, in snow, rain or shine, if the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue team is called, they come. For one La Center couple, volunteering on the search and … more
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