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The looming special session of the Washington Legislature has local lawmakers wondering whether they will be able to “fix” a state Supreme Court decision they say leads to the de facto … more
The La Center Wildcats secured the title of the 1A classification district four champions after going 3-0 in the district tournament that was held at Castle Rock High School from May 8 to May 13, … more
The Hockinson boys soccer team advanced to the 2A state tournament after they went 2-1 in the district tournament, while Woodland and La Center’s seasons came to an end. During … more
In a memorable senior night for the Battle Ground softball team, the Tigers earned a 12-0 victory against Mountain View on Wednesday, May 10. Battle Ground’s senior pitcher Rylee Rehbein … more
Almost $1,000 was raised at a kickoff event at Emanar Cellars in the Battle Ground Village on May 2 as the wine bar launched an initiative to donate 10% of its sales on Tuesdays to the Walk to End … more
Kindy Club Night: 5 to 6 p.m. on Thursday, May 18. La Center Elementary School will host a Kindy Club Night for its incoming students. Students and parents will work on activities that will prepare … more
A debris slide on Sunday, May 14 has blocked the highway to Johnston Ridge. The Washington State Department of Transportation stated the slide, which happened around 9 p.m., closed both … more
Battle Ground could make adjustments to its rules on hours of operation for the darker months of the year at the city’s skate park, though the city council is currently split on whether or not … more
One of the first major steps toward updating Clark County’s Comprehensive Growth Management Plan received final approval last week, as the county council voted to go with a 20-year population … more
The Community Foundation for Southwest Washington’s latest fundraising venture didn’t do the same numbers its past effort did but still broke seven figures over two days. For 2023, … more
Traveling from Battle Ground to Kansas City, the advanced jazz band of Battle Ground High School had quite the trip. They recently learned about history and got invited to perform at the Basically … more
U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania County, on Thursday announced she has nominated 15 community projects in the 3rd Congressional District for a total of $44 million in federal funding in … more
An outdated political sign supporting Rey Reynolds for sheriff was set ablaze at about 4 p.m. Wednesday, May 3. Squad 35 of Clark County Fire District 3 responded to the fire and arrived to find … more
In a statement earlier this month, U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania County, announced she joined a bipartisan group of lawmakers in introducing legislation meant to hold executives … more
Louie Jean Studios is a 900-square-foot space that is available for event rental for up to 40 people. It’s a prime location for indoor natural light photography as the building boasts huge … more
A number of contracts for water and sewer projects in Woodland have come in significantly under budget, with some of the savings going toward extra work that could lead to better financing … more
One of Washington’s longest-serving governors won’t be trying to break the record as Gov. Jay Inslee announced he will not seek a fourth term last week. On May 1, Inslee announced … more
The Washington state Legislature’s work this year isn’t finished as Gov. Jay Inslee called back state lawmakers for a special session that will begin May 16. The governor announced … more
Bills addressing changes in law enforcement and firearms was a major focus for legislators representing East Clark County during a virtual town hall hosted May 3. The event featured Washington … more
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