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Battle Ground Rotary and Lewis River Rotary recently hosted a friendly competition to collect item donations for Battle Ground Senior Citizens (BGSC), an organization that provides numerous social … more
While the importance of the European honeybee as crucial to pollinating flowers and crops is commonly touted in North America, native pollinators play just as important of a role yet are frequently … more
Clark County’s artistic community events took a sharp decline after the COVID-19 pandemic. Art Chat, a show-and-tell gathering, provides the means for artists to connect and show their work … more
Over 100 youth who have experienced foster care in Clark County are benefitting from Graduation Success by Treehouse, a nonprofit organization providing multiple programs for foster youth, this year. … more
Ridgefield's City Council approved its costliest infrastructure contract last week, awarding $21.4 million to Active Construction for the widening of Pioneer Street and the construction of a new … more
Lyndsay Tiger had few people to talk with about her experienc- es as a mother after moving to Battle Ground from Oklahoma in September of last year. To combat her loneliness, Tiger looked for … more
A Brush Prairie man who tackled the shortage of coastal fishing lures during the pandemic with his own Salty’s Spinners has now opened a fishing supply store in Battle Ground.  Thomas … more
On Monday, June 10, the U.S. Coast Guard from Astoria taught the Clark County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue (CCSOSAR) team in assisting helicopter rescues at Goheen Airport, north of … more
The Port of Woodland celebrated Rose Way Industrial Park’s first milestone with the completion of its first two buildings, last week. When filled, the buildings are expected to generate 50 … more
A house in Battle Ground appears to be gearing up for Halloween a little bit early with these creative decorations that tower over the yard, making it a sight to see in June. more
Residents can learn how to can and preserve foods during a free educational series offered by Sandy Brown, Washington State University Extension food safety emeritus, at the 78th Street Heritage … more
Clark County is seeking a professional engineer in the public sector to join the Development and Engineering Advisory Board (DEAB), which works alongside the Community Development and Public Works … more
Clark County residents are invited to participate in a community workshop on climate resilience. The upcoming workshop, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Saturday, June 22, at Sarah Anderson Elementary School, … more
To increase local tourism, the City of Battle Ground will offer grants to programs that attract tourists. Applications for programs in 2025 are due by 5 p.m., Saturday, August 31. The grants are … more
La Center Mayor Tom Strobehn has seen many wheeled ATVs drive within city limits, despite that being against the law. Strohbehn said, in some circumstances, the law doesn’t make any sense and … more
As Clark County grows and the landscape changes, community members, new and old, are finding positives and negatives regarding the transitions taking place. When asked in two Battle … more
Washington State Rep. Stephanie McClintock will prioritize enhancing public education if elected to a second term. McClintock will soon wrap up her first term as 18th District representative, … more
Hundreds of guests attended Woodland’s 102nd Planters Days event last weekend despite bad weather during its Saturday, June 15, parade. The event began in 1992 to celebrate the construction of … more
As wildfire season begins, local fire districts, including Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue (CCFR), are preparing for the summer without Larch inmate fire crews. The Larch Corrections Center, east of … more
A new native-plant nursery in Clark County boasts a broad selection of Northwest plants based on the owner’s inspirations. Nature’s Haven recently opened to the public at the end of … more
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