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Jennifer Lindsay, mayor of Ridgefield, saw a lot of positive things happen in her community in 2023 and envisions even better things this year by building on that momentum. Lindsay thought … more
Colored glass and sweltering heat combine to create art in Jan Downs’ Battle Ground workshop. Inspired by other artists, Downs began working with fused glass in 2011. The colorful patterns and … more
People are invited to feast and fundraise at the Battle Ground Lions Club’s annual Crabaganza. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Lions Club’s community projects, such as Just One … more
XChange will host a community education night for families affected by addiction at 7 p.m., Jan. 31 at Living Hope XChange Church, 2711 NE Andresen Road, Vancouver. Presenters will discuss … more
U.S. Sen. Patty Murray toured the Cowlitz Indian Tribe’s Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Van, as well as its Vancouver health and human services clinic in Hazel Dell on Wednesday, Jan. 3. … more
The Clark County Republican Party ( CCRP) will host precinct caucuses from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 13 for Republican citizens. Photo ID will be required, and participants must be … more
U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez (WA-03) visited four Clark County manufacturers and a high school Career & Technical Education (CTE) program to highlight the import ance of pathways to … more
Battle Ground Public Schools (BGPS) invites people to attend informational public meetings on capital levy Proposition No. 7 on the Feb. 13 special election ballot. The proposition that voters … more
The Battle Ground City Council adopted the city’s proposed 2024 budget in a unanimous vote on Dec. 18 after months of budget planning, meetings and public hearings. “The budget is … more
Marijuana retailers will not be opening in Woodland anytime soon, as the City Council voted against allowing product sales within the city’s light industrial district. On Jan. 2, Woodland … more
The Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office identified the two local individuals who died in a motorcycle versus vehicle collision on Northeast   72nd Avenue near the Northeast 101st Street … more
Police Chief Mike Fort will no longer be holding down the fort at the Battle Ground Police Department as he celebrated his retirement with a party on Tuesday, Jan. 2. Fort has served the … more
Battle Ground City Manager Erin Erdman has appointed Michael McCabe to serve as interim police chief following the retirement of former Chief Mike Fort earlier this month. McCabe currently … more
Woodland’s outgoing administration left the city paying over $200,000 in severance to three terminated employees. Former mayor Will Finn terminated City Administrator Peter Boyce and … more
The Chief Umtuch Middle School’s DUPLO Dinos of Battle Ground are hoping for more success when they compete at the Oregon state competition in the First LEGO League Challenge, June 13 at … more
State legislators led lively conversations at Battle Ground City Hall as Republican Sen. Ann Rivers and Republican state Reps. Stephanie McClintock and Greg Cheney hosted a town hall on Jan. 6 as … more
Clark College will host its 60th annual jazz festival in a three-day celebration of jazz, running from Jan. 24 to Jan. 27.  School-age jazz ensembles from across Washington and Oregon will … more
January is a season of celebration for BevRidge Public as the bar and pub commemorates its first anniversary this month. BevRidge Public, located at 4315 S. Settler Drive in Ridgefield, has … more
From cost-saving electric vans to a cleaner diesel fuel for a diverse vehicle fleet, Clark Public Utilities (CPU) continues to broaden its mission of being more efficient. Jeff Carter, CPU fleet … more
Children and adults have gathered to celebrate their passions for all things equine at Winter Woolies Horse Show since the 1980s. Continuing tradition, Winter Woolies will host competitions once … more
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