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Female ancestors webinar: 11 a.m. on Wednesday, April 20. Join the Clark County Genealogical Society for a free webinar, “Unlocking Stories of Female Ancestors Through Effective … more
Though Russia’s invasion of Ukraine this year may have come as a surprise to those in the U.S., local professors say Russian President Vladimir Putin’s move makes historical … more
An outcry from Clark County residents on perceived gerrymandering in the county council’s redistricting process dominated the latest hearing, as councilors decided to direct staff to generate a … more
The Senior Pinochle Club at the Battle Ground Senior Center helps keep community members and senior citizens entertained, while also giving them an opportunity to socialize.  The club was … more
Many seniors want to spend as long as possible residing in the comforts of their own homes.  According to AARP’s 2021 “Home and Community Preferences Survey,” more than … more
The Clark County Commission on Aging will focus its efforts this year on “Innovation through Connection,” as well as the need to connect people to resources, information, and to each … more
The Washington State Board of Health has voted to not require COVID-19 vaccines  for children to attend schools and day cares. Earlier this year, the technical advisory group, made up of … more
A 53-year-old man from Woodland died after a tree fell and struck his vehicle on Wednesday, April 13 in Cowlitz County.  Edward J. Norton was pronounced dead at the scene, stated a press memo … more
In an alternate world, the then-nascent nation of the United States might have fought against a British admiral by the name of George Washington. As Vern Frykholm told it, Washington was put forth … more
An apartment fire in Woodland damaged seven units in the building, though no one was injured, Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue reported. CCFR was dispatched to the fire at 1370 Woodside St. shortly … more
Information from the investigation into the shooting death of Vancouver police officer Donald Sahota released this month provides more detail on what transpired after a Clark County Sheriff’s … more
The Cowlitz-Lewis County line and the Ukraine-Poland border may be over 5,000 miles apart, but folks who live near both are currently united in a common goal: helping Ukrainian refugees. Four … more
Woodland has taken a step forward to change its zoning code so the agricultural nature of some of the properties brought into city limits can be retained.   During its April 4 meeting, … more
The Friends of Woodland Community Library group will hold a fundraiser on Saturday, April 23 to raise funds for a new library building in the city. Sharon Watt, the secretary of the Friends of … more
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office has asked for the public’s help as they work to solve the disappearance and the death of a teenage girl in the late 1970s.  Sandra Renee Morden, … more
Matt Morton plans on doing a lot of listening this month as he officially becomes the fifth president of the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington (CFSWW). Morton’s first day on the … more
The man who died in a structure fire caused by an explosion in Northeast Clark County earlier this month has been identified. The Clark County Medical Examiner released the name of Melecio … more
The Clark County Council has approved an ordinance that creates a mechanism for how the county will handle ethics complaints against elected and hired members of county government, bringing the … more
Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, recently announced her office is accepting submissions for the 2022 Congressional Art Competition. The competition is open to all high school … more
An auto shop owner on the east side of Washington’s Third Congressional District thinks her knowledge of navigating small businesses gives her a better perspective on Southwest … more
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