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Pleasant Valley School’s campus sees community identity live on through a wood carving of the school mascot, Buddy the Beaver. When the campus opened in 1976, two red oak trees stood in … more
Rick Bannan Discussions about out-of-state plates among Battle Ground residents has shifted toward talk of implementing traffic cameras in school zones. During … more
A single-vehicle crash off of state Route 503 left a 19-year-old motorist dead after going off the road, police say. At about 8:45 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, the Washington State Patrol reported … more
The end of monthslong negotiations on a new contract for Battle Ground Public Schools teachers is in sight, as the district announced it and the teachers union had reached a tentative agreement Sept. … more
The union representing Larch prison workers filed a lawsuit against the state Department of Corrections in Clark County Superior Court earlier this month over the imminent closure of Larch … more
The waning crescent moon is seen glowing behind the clouds from Prairie High School on Thursday, Sept. 21. The glow of the Sagittarius moon remained orange throughout the night. more
The Birdfest and Bluegrass Festival is an effort to bring awareness to the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge by both the Friends of Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge and the City of Ridgefield. … more
The Clark County Council is seeking applicants for two seats on the five-member Clark County Law and Justice Council.  The Law and Justice Council is established by law to help coordinate … more
Clark County health officials are not providing regular updates on COVID-19 activity in the county, which they have made for more than two years, following a change in the Washington State Department … more
Clark County Fire District 3 Chief Scott Sorenson wants to hear from residents about why they did not support a levy “lid lift” in August. Clark County Fire District 3 ran a vote to … more
Clark County Interim Fire Marshal Curtis Eavenson announced last week he has lifted the ban on recreational fires in unincorporated Clark County as of Saturday, Sept. 23 due to cooler temperatures … more
The potential for retail cannabis sales allowed under Woodland city code is once again under consideration, with some city councilors seeking comment from residents on whether or not they would … more
On Friday, Sept. 22, the dragon boat charity organization Paddle For Life presented the Catch-22 Breast Cancer Survivors Dragon Boat Team with an $8,000 check from a boat race fundraiser held in … more
Four Democrats in Congress last week introduced the Agricultural Right to Repair Act to increase the ability of farmers to fix their own belongings. Currently, some manufacturers of agricultural … more
Local efforts to improve the habitat for threatened and endangered salmon species will have state-level support as more than $1 million in grants across five projects was announced last week. In … more
A hallmark of Evergreen State finances, the meeting of the Southwest Washington Chapter of Credit Unions involving state legislators Thursday evening didn’t lead to any groundbreaking ideas. … more
The Vancouver Police Department and the Clark County Sheriff’s Office have seen recent spikes in thefts of Kia’s and Hyundai’s over the past several weeks. Most of the suspects … more
The Washington Energy Code Council has removed a mandate for heat pumps in new houses and apartments, though the delayed update still maintains certain regulations that building industry advocates … more
An innovative legal effort has enabled Washington to recover $42 million originally paid out in fraudulent unemployment claims during the COVID-19 pandemic, state Attorney General Bob Ferguson … more
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