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Residents have until Jan. 31 to provide feedback for the Battle Ground’s parks master plan, which will serve as the foundational blueprint for upcoming park developments. Once completed, … more
Long-lasting snow and ice caused havoc in the region as temperatures did not approach a thawing point until the last day of the work week. Once temperatures allowed for melting over the weekend, … more
Employee of the Month Kalin Heath, Human Resources at the District Office Kalin Heath, December’s employee of the month, recently finished her master’s degree in human resources … more
As the weather becomes unpredictable, being prepared for all possibilities while hitting the trails is a key to not only enjoyment but survival. Paying close attention to weather conditions is … more
When Vancouver Clinic dietician Natalie Leustek meets with senior patients, she first asks what being healthier means to them. Each person has their own definition and goals. Each person … more
Founder’s Mercantile, located in the white-walled 1935 historical house on Battle Ground Main Street, has become a popular social hangout in the past year. For her business’s first … more
Clark County Public Works, Parks and Lands, invites the community to learn more about the sustainability plan for 78th Street Heritage Farm at an open house, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 24, at … more
The plumbing industry by day, mayor of Yacolt by night. Ian Shealy, a 13-year Yacolt resident, stepped in as mayor of the small town after Katie Listek did not seek re-election for the 2024-27 term. … more
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestr a (VSO) USA’s 2023-24 season will continue with a performance of Gustav Mahler’s “Symphony No. 5” and William Alwyn’s … more
In its Jan. 11 meeting, the Ridgefield City Council re-appointed former Mayor Ron Onslow to his previous post and former Mayor Jennifer Lindsay as mayor pro tem, following her two-year term. Onslow … more
The Clark County Youth Commission invites people to nominate youth to be recognized for the 24th annual Clark County Youth Achievement Awards. Up to 300 young people will be honored for their … more
The 2024 annual seed swap and giveaway event, benefitting the North County Community Food Bank (NCCFB) will occur from noon to 4 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 28 at Hockinson Community Center, 15916 NE … more
The City of Ridgefield is seeking public input through an online community survey, open until Feb. 2, to shape the future developments and modifications to Abrams Park. This community survey, … more
Defending his record and pressing for more action, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee urged a joint session of the Legislature to stay on a path that protects a woman’s right to choose, improves public … more
IQ Credit Union and Battle Ground High School celebrated a grand reopening, on Thursday, Jan. 11, for the campus branch, which provides students with not only a career pathway but important life … more
A second dose of snow in one week combined with extremely cold temperatures presented challenges for north Clark County residents over the weekend. The Clark Public Utilities (CPU) district … more
Whipple Creek Seventh-day Adventist Church will host its third session of a 10-week weight management program at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 23 at Whipple Creek Seventh-day Adventist Church, 302 NW 179th … more
This year, the Clark County Commission on Aging (CCCA) will host emergency preparedness meetings, particularly for people 50 and older. The eight monthly meetings, running from January to October, … more
The public can comment on the City of Battle Ground’s master parks plan during an online open house throughout the month of January. One proposed park included in the master plan is Remy … more
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