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Volcanoes don’t discriminate when they blast, so why should any one group of people be over-represented in further understanding their effects? Scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey … more
A plan for the county to invest $4.6 million of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to bring rural broadband to hundreds of homes northeast of Battle Ground has received initial support from the … more
OLYMPIA — Washington voters will choose between a Democrat and a nonpartisan candidate for Secretary of State this November, bringing back a question asked many times before by candidates, … more
The race to represent the 3rd Congressional District has slim but definitive winners as incumbent Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler has conceded in her sixth re-election attempt. While Herrera Beutler … more
Editor's note: More results from the Clark County Fair will be posted  later on.  Aug. 4 4H Horse Junior Groom Squad Champion: Penelope McDowell, Ridgefield Champion: Pyper … more
Plans to revamp the street network near the Interstate 5 intersection with the Clark County Fairgrounds has resumed through public outreach, though nearby residents are concerned the plans might be … more
Clark County is seeking nominations of businesses and individuals for its annual Clark County Disability Employment Awareness Month Awards, stated a news release.  The release said the award … more
Clark County Public Health issued a warning advisory at Lacamas Lake due to elevated levels of cyanotoxins from harmful algae on Aug. 10, stated a news release.  The release said public … more
The Clark County Genealogical Society seeks submissions for its Gallery of Grandmothers as it celebrates its 50th anniversary, stated a news release.  The release said people can submit … more
The son of a convicted triple-murderer was found not guilty in his own murder trial after he killed his stepfather in apparent self defense. On Aug. 9, a jury convened in Clark County Superior … more
Washington State Treasurer Mike Pellicciotti is making the rounds of the state this summer, recently stopping by Clark County to talk about key projects his office is pushing for related to … more
Clark County’s COVID-19 activity continues to decline with metrics from new cases to hospitalizations all dropping in the latest numbers. Clark County Public Health’s Aug. 11 report … more
Concerns about the destruction of Oregon White Oak trees growing in a planned subdivision in Battle Ground are unfounded, city officials say. Over the course of late July and early August, The … more
The Battle Ground Art Alliance will host the annual Art in the Park event at Kiwanis Park on Aug. 20, providing local artists and artisans an opportunity to show off their craft to the … more
Dev’s Coffee Bar opened its new Battle Ground location on Aug. 6, which previously belonged to Hidden River Roasters and Old Town Battle Grounds.  The building was originally used as a … more
Livestock manure composting: 7 to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 18. Join resource conservationist Lisa Schuchman of the Natural Resources Conservation Service, Clark Conservation District’s … more
Former NFL linebacker Thomas Williams will speak at Ridgefield High School during an event open to the public on Aug. 22. Williams, who was drafted by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the fifth round … more
Starting in June, the Area Agency on Aging and Disabilities of Southwest Washington (AAADSW) began partnering with Battle Ground HealthCare to create the Senior Oral Health Program, which provides … more
In July, Sue Cameron, of Vancouver, was appointed to the Advisory Council of the Area Agency on Aging and Disabilities of Southwest Washington (AAADSW). She previously served on the advisory council … more
Thousands of people poured into the gates of the Clark County Fairgrounds on Aug. 5 as the long-awaited fair returned to Ridgefield.  Butler Amusements featured a plethora of beloved carnival … more
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