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Local resident Jeff Smith has been collecting Native American artifacts in northern and western Clark County since he was young and has gained a huge interest in the history of the artifacts. He … more
Community Calendar Ridgefield Lions tree lot: 9 a.m.-6 p.m., Friday, Nov. 24, Ridgefield Outdoor Recreation Complex, 3101 S. Hillhurst Road, Ridgefield. The Christmas tree lot hosted by the … more
A crowd gathered at Ridgefield’s Overlook Park on Friday, Nov. 10 to honor Veterans Day with a small event organized by the Ridgefield American Legion Post 44. Veterans Day was founded to … more
Taking care of his veteran peers, serving the community and being a part of the Patriot Guard motorcycle riders to provide veterans an honorable burial has allowed Amboy American Legion Adjutant Rick … more
The city of Woodland’s government will change next year as the latest election results see its current mayor and a few city councilors likely out. As of the latest counts of ballots in … more
For local school board and fire commissioner races, new faces are headed to their respective seats, including one race where a newcomer is edging out an appointed incumbent. School Boards … more
In La Center, those currently installed on the City Council are on track to keep their seats in the latest election. The incumbent Myrna Leija was humbled with her presumptive election. As of … more
Based on general election votes for the three open seats on Battle Ground City Council, one incumbent and two newcomers will likely join the board. For Battle Ground City Council position 2, … more
In the midst of their final tour, Rock & Roll Hall of Famers and co-leads for the rock band Kiss Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley stopped by ilani Casino in Ridgefield, last week, for a … more
With winter on its way, the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) has tips on how to stay safe and keep everyone moving this wintertime. “Many mountain pass closures, for … more
What was once Thomas Hatcher’s solution to the supply chain shortage has since grown into a business out of his Brush Prairie shop. Hatcher thought of opening Salty’s Spinners when … more
The Washington Sex Offender Policy Board last year recommended the Legislature consider treatment rather than imprisonment for those convicted of possessing or viewing child pornography or caught in … more
The Washington Farm Bureau is urging state lawmakers to address a multi-million-dollar dispute with the Department of Ecology over a tax exemption for fuels used for agricultural purposes and … more
Washington Public Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz has ended her bid for governor and instead intends to run for Congress in 2024. The 53-year-old Democrat announced her candidacy Friday to … more
The Port of Woodland is seeking additional information from the community regarding planning for public access, recreation and habitat at Austin Point. A survey has been established and   can be … more
While post-turkey day shopping sprees are on the minds of many, others will pull the plug for a chance to catch more than 60,000 planted jumbo-sized rainbow trout at 23 statewide lakes. … more
When it comes to finding a Christmas tree, there are plenty of options: artificial trees, trees from lots in town or perhaps from a local tree farm. Then there’s the wild option. The … more
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office announced last week the selection of Ashley Korslien as the department’s new communications manager. Korslien is the first to fill the … more
A Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) draft plan that outlines investment recommendations for preserving, maintaining, improving and operating state highways for the next 20 years … more
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