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Washington’s 18th District state Rep. Stephanie McClintock met with and presented local Brush Prairie resident Sandra Sermone with a House resolution in her honor, recently. “The … more
The Clark County Food Bank benefited from bags being mailed to Clark County residents for the first time to collect food as the organization received more than 265,000 pounds of food and toiletries … more
Washington state is experiencing unprecedented population growth, with the current estimate reaching 8 million residents, according to state officials. This surge is not only historic but also … more
Ridgefield residents will soon have a new one-stop shop for vehicle maintenance as Les Schwab Tire Center will open on Wednesday, Jan. 10, at 4801 S. Third Way in Ridgefield. The Les Schwab will … more
Tell-tale signs of a Trader Joe’s opening in Salmon Creek keep popping up, but official word   from the company has yet to be made. Currently, the only Clark County Trader Joe’s … more
The deadline to enroll in a 2024 health plan through Washington Healthplanfinder with a Feb. 1 start date is Jan. 15. All Washingtonians, regardless of immigration status, can visit … more
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission voted earlier this month, 7-2, to initiate the process of rewriting hunting regulations for cougars and black bears. This move follows a petition submitted … more
Leadership offices rotated at Clark Public Utilities after a vote by the Board of Commissioners on Tuesday, Dec. 19. Commissioner Jim Malinowski , who joined Clark Public Utilities as … more
The Woodland City Council postponed the final reading of Ordinance 1548, regarding marijuana retail sales rezoning at its Dec. 18 meeting. Council members will resume discussions at its next … more
An upcoming project on the west side of Battle Ground remains in the city’s permit review process but is slated to include offices, retail and residential units when finished. Daybreak … more
To help New Year’s Eve travelers arrive home safely, C-TRAN routes will be free from 6 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 31 through the end of service. Many routes have been extended until 2 a.m. or later. … more
Specializing in local craft beer and fresh pizza, new restaurant Tukes Taphouse opened on Dec. 9 in Battle Ground. Restaurant owners and Battle Ground natives Nick and Lindsey Maze aim to pair … more
Nineteenth Legislative District state Sen. Jeff Wilson, R-Longview, has prefiled legislation he says will help overhaul the state’s Sunshine Committee and streamline public disclosure requests. … more
After 12 years as Battle Ground’s mayor, Philip Johnson is looking forward to a new phase in his life. Johnson did not seek reelection for his City Council seat this year and will be … more
As of last week, Portland Vancouver Junction Railroad faces more accusations that it has caused ecological damage and harmed the environment with its railroad expansion project in the Chelatchie … more
Firefighter recruits with Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue and Clark County Fire District 6 received some important, hands-on training last week when they extinguished a fire consuming a house donated for … more
Moon-themed artworks grace the walls of Ridgefield Community Library, located at 10 N. Main Ave. “The Moon” art exhibit, which began Nov. 1, is hosted by The Ridgefield Art Association. … more
Residents still have time to vote for their favorite entry in the City of Battle Ground’s Tour of Lights. The last day to vote for the Battle of the Lights is at 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 21. The … more
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