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The Clark County Fire District 3 Board of Fire Commissioners passed a resolution to place a fire levy lid lift on the Aug. 1 primary election ballot. A news release from the fire district stated … more
The recent signing of a bill that banned the sale of “assault weapons” drew an immediate challenge in federal court, with top law enforcement officials in Clark County among those named … more
The months of headaches from road closures on South Royle Road are over after the first of three phases was completed to bring the road to a condition that is better able to han dle nearby growth. … more
La Center proclaimed May as Jewish American Heritage Month at its April 26 meeting, focusing specifically on antisemitism around the country, but the issue for some residents hits closer to … more
Clark County Public Health is warning the community about a recent increase in emergency department visits due to opioid overdoses. A news release stated preliminary evidence suggests most of the … more
Battle Ground School Board member Mark Watrin has won Clark County Public Health’s Green Apple Award for his work with school sustainability programs. Watrin said he didn’t win the … more
Shellfish managers with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife confirmed the final coastal razor clam digs of the season can proceed as planned from May 4 to May 14. “This last tide … more
The Ridgefield High School Knowledge Bowl team came in fourth place at the National Knowledge Bowl competition on Saturday, April 22. The team entered the virtual competition as the reigning … more
The Lower Daybreak Trailhead in Battle Ground located at the boat launch portion of Daybreak Park is a great way for people of all abilities to enjoy nature. The paved portion of the trail … more
Discussions to replace Battle Ground Public Schools’ oldest buildings are back on the table, years after the district unsuccessfully tried to pass a construction bond. During an April 24 … more
Clark County’s recent COVID-19 case rate decreased in the latest data after experiencing a few weeks of incline. Clark County Public Health’s April 27 report included 28 COVID-19 cases … more
The La Center baseball team took both games in its doubleheader against King’s Way Christian on Tuesday, April 25, as they secured a 9-4 victory in game one followed by a 6-0 shutout. … more
On Woodland’s home turf, the Ridgefield boys soccer team secured a 1-0 victory on Thursday, April 27. In the 12th minute, Spudder Jack Brown was awarded a penalty kick due to backside … more
Athletes on Hockinson’s Washington High School Equestrian Team (WAHSET), in the final district meet of their season on Saturday, April 15, earned trips to state and medals in over a dozen … more
Employees from Clark Public Utilities volunteered their time during the Home and Garden Idea Fair to answer questions and to provide more information about electric vehicles (EV) and the resources … more
Lilac Days: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily through Sunday, May 14. The Hulda Klager Lilac Gardens will host Lilac Days in Woodland. The theme this year is “hats from the past” and collections … more
A ballot measure to replace an expiring property tax levy for Woodland Public Schools is failing by only a few dozen votes after initial election results rolled in on Tuesday night in the April … more
One of Brantleigh Holzman’s dreams came true on Sunday, April 23, as first responders from Clark County Fire District 3 and people from the Make-a-Wish Foundation, provided the 6-year-old with … more
Washington State’s 2023 Legislative Session has come to an end as several bills from local lawmakers will be signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee in the coming weeks. The session adjourned … more
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