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One of the oldest horse breeds in the world, Arabians have been favored companions to riders worldwide since ancient times. The breed captivated Rose City Arabians owners, Joe and Kim Orr, and they … more
After Woodland jumped out to a 28-6 halftime lead over the Ridgefield Spudders, the Beavers held on for a league-capturing victory, 28-21, in the 2A Greater St. Helens League on Friday, Oct. 27. … more
The Hockinson girls soccer team defeated Woodland, 2-1, Thursday, Oct. 26, to wrap up both teams’ regular season journeys. The Hawks’ two goals were scored by Audrey Davis, assisted … more
The La Center volleyball team claimed the 1A TriCo League championship and enter the postseason with an undefeated record after finishing the regular season with two wins last week. On Tuesday, … more
Recently, someone asked Doug Dahl, Target Zero manager for the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, a question about needing to use an emergency signal while performing an emergency maneuver on the … more
Lewis River Rotary Club tulip planting: 3 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 2, Central Park, 414 E. Main St., Battle Ground. The Lewis River Rotary Club is hosting its annual tulip planting with its “Dream … more
A scholastic chess competition that started in Centralia last Feb. 4 at the Southwest High School and Middle School Chess Championships is continuing to grow with further tournaments here in Clark … more
Prairie High School Drama announced its upcoming production of Music Theater International’s “Urinetown: The Musical” at the high school, 11311 NE 119th St., Brush Prairie. … more
With fall foliage hitting its peak during the week of Oct. 23, the interactive map by smoky predicts the majority of fall colors will be past their peak for Clark County starting this … more
Local canines dressed in costumes were herded into the Battle Ground Community Center Thursday, Oct. 26, for the city’s second annual Howl-o-ween: Pooch Parade. This year, the city decided on a … more
Megan Moore, a freshman at Battle Ground High School, already has four years of driving experience with her success behind the wheel of a Junior Dragster car. In 2022, Moore earned first place … more
The potential for a 252-unit apartment complex on Woodland’s east side is now more a reality after the City Council declined to vote on a change that would have allowed for a single-family … more
Workers at Larch Corrections Center have either found new employment or have been laid off following an appeals court ruling that denied a stay of layoffs last week. On Oct. 18, the Washington … more
A Brush Prairie man is identified as the victim of gun violence in Portland, police say. According to the Portland Police Bureau, on Oct. 11, Ryan Martin, 47, was gunned down near Southwest 10th … more
Current Battle Ground Police Chief Mike Fort has announced his retirement, effective January 2024. The chief has served the Battle Ground Police Department since 2018, coming from the Portland … more
Clark Public Utilities is inviting volunteers of all ages to celebrate a milestone of 1 million trees planted by the Clark Public Utilities StreamTeam. Those interested can help restore critical … more
River HomeLink’s theater students have strengthened their bonds and rebuilt the popular program on campus as they prepare for their first production since the pandemic with their December run … more
Whil e services have changed to reflect community needs, XChange Recovery’s mission to help people has stayed the same since it opened 20 years ago. XChange Recovery in Battle Ground has … more
After 10 months, Battle Ground Public Schools has approved a contract with its teachers union, though the protracted process and finances of the situation have bargainers on each side questioning how … more
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