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Ridgefield administrators were disappointed to learn the two bond measures that would have built new schools failed to reach its required 60% plus one vote majority in last week’s special … more
Clark County Sheriff John Horch spoke about deputy wellness, the need for a new headquarters, staffing and growth in the county at a town hall, Thursday, April 25, in Ridgefield. It was the … more
The Clark Public Utilities Home and Garden Idea Fair brought thousands of visitors to the Clark County Event Center to connect with over 200 vendors last weekend. The fair featured an expansive … more
Early results for the April 23 special election indicate that Ridgefield School District’s school bond measures, Proposition 10, is close but failing to meet the required vote and Proposition … more
Drivers are asked to slow down and use caution when driving on southbound I-5 near Battle Ground during overnight lane closures from April 23-25. The left two lanes on I-5 between milepost 15 … more
Clark County Historical Museum will celebrate its 60th anniversary with a special presentation by Executive Director Brad Richardson at 7 p.m., Thursday, May 2, Clark County Historical Museum, 1511 … more
Enjoy snapshots of local history written in past issues of the Reflector from 30, 20 and 10 years ago, respectively. A look back at April, 30 years ago An undercover sting operation … more
Humidity and hair damage cause unruly, frizzy hairdos for women and men across Clark County this time of year. Battle Ground cosmetologist Tara Dunn from Could 9 Salon,   614 E. Main St., Battle … more
For over 30 years, the annual Clark Public Utilities (CPU) Home and Garden Idea Fair has been Southwest Washington’s show to inspire homeowners and gardeners with the latest products and … more
Planted in the heart of the city, the historic Ridgefield Garden Club continues to advocate for the conservation of local plants nearly a century after its creation. Through donations and … more
The City of Ridgefield is seeking volunteers to fill vacant positions on the Parks Board and Planning Commission. Applications are due by 4:30 p.m. on April 29. The Parks Board advises the City … more
As Battle Ground continues to search for a new city manager, the City Council unanimously approved a contract for Kristina Swanson to fill the soon-vacant role last week. Swanson, a Silver Lake … more
Riley Bunnell plans to apply ni ne years of operating experience and three high-level certifications in his new position as Woodland’s public works director. In a unanimous vote, the … more
An automotive repair shop in Yacolt has a goal to positively impact the northern reaches of Clark County. Impact Automotive owners Brad and Melissa Yahn thrive on focusing their business around … more
Students from Chief Umtuch Middle School, who are part of the youth leadership group known as the D.R.E.A.M. Team, will host a drive-in movie night aimed at promoting drug-free lifestyles among their … more
Valerie Bergmann saw headlights in her rearview mirror just before a car traveling 70 mph rammed into her maintenance truck on the side of Interstate 5 in Vancouver. Bergmann, of Woodland, and … more
For the third year, students in Prairie High School’s Health Occupations Students of America club, better known as HOSA, recently held a donation drive to collect menstrual products with an … more
La Center resident Joe Bosch joined the advisory council for the Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities of Southwest Washington (AAADSW), as announced in an April 3 news release. “The … more
Woodland High School’s Agriculture Department will host its annual FFA plant sale from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday, May 3, at Woodland High School’s greenhouse, 1500 Dike Access Road, … more
The Battle Ground Lions Club will host its annual Shred & E-Cycle Day from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, May 4, at Albertsons, 2108 W. Main St., Battle Ground. Accepted items include personal … more
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