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Woodland’s outgoing administration left the city paying over $200,000 in severance to three terminated employees. Former mayor Will Finn terminated City Administrator Peter Boyce and … more
The Chief Umtuch Middle School’s DUPLO Dinos of Battle Ground are hoping for more success when they compete at the Oregon state competition in the First LEGO League Challenge, June 13 at … more
State legislators led lively conversations at Battle Ground City Hall as Republican Sen. Ann Rivers and Republican state Reps. Stephanie McClintock and Greg Cheney hosted a town hall on Jan. 6 as … more
Clark College will host its 60th annual jazz festival in a three-day celebration of jazz, running from Jan. 24 to Jan. 27.  School-age jazz ensembles from across Washington and Oregon will … more
January is a season of celebration for BevRidge Public as the bar and pub commemorates its first anniversary this month. BevRidge Public, located at 4315 S. Settler Drive in Ridgefield, has … more
A month after the attorney for a former Washington State Department of Transportation employee filed a whistleblower complaint, a public records request from the plaintiff’s attorney involving … more
From cost-saving electric vans to a cleaner diesel fuel for a diverse vehicle fleet, Clark Public Utilities (CPU) continues to broaden its mission of being more efficient. Jeff Carter, CPU fleet … more
Children and adults have gathered to celebrate their passions for all things equine at Winter Woolies Horse Show since the 1980s. Continuing tradition, Winter Woolies will host competitions once … more
January Clark County acquires state land along Hantwick Trail The land around the Hantwick Trail by Moulton Falls was secured for recreational use, as the Washington State Board of Natural … more
Rep. Greg Cheney, R-Battle Ground, is proposing legislation during the upcoming 2024 legislative session that would maintain or reduce rents for tenants while providing property tax relief for … more
Larch Corrections Center in Yacolt Closes The Washington State Department of Corrections announced on June 26 that Larch Corrections Center, a minimum security prison in Yacolt, would close. … more
The Washington Association of Sheriffs & Police Chiefs is urging state lawmakers to consider bills in the upcoming legislative session that improve the following: recruitment and retention, … more
If you have paperless billing for your utilities and don’t pay close attention to your bank account, you may not have noticed an increase in charges due to the 2021 Climate Commitment Act. … more
Washington drivers may see new stickers on the fuel pump next year when filling up their gas tanks. A state lawmaker is backing legislation in the form of House Bill 2050 that would require the … more
Voter advocacy group Let’s Go Washington submitted nearly 425,000 signatures Thursday afternoon for Initiative 2124, which would allow mothers, seniors, migrant workers, caretakers, and others … more
The Washington Department of Natural Resources is seeking input in developing a statewide recreation plan that sets priorities for management and outdoor access to 5 million acres of public lands, … more
More than two dozen new laws take effect Jan. 1 in Washington, including an increase in the state’s minimum wage, a 10-day waiting period and safety training requirement for firearm purchases, … more
The city of La Center turned 114 years old in 2023, and, to celebrate, city staff unveiled a plan to improve the community for the next century. La Center’s history includes multiple names … more
Officials report a Transportation Security Administration agent failed to detect Washington state Sen. Jeff Wilson’s gun during routine X-ray screening at Portland International Airport in … more
Since 2005, the Cascade Forest Conservancy, formerly known as the Gifford Pinchot Task Force, has advocated against a proposed mine in the Green River Basin, which runs through parts of Lewis and … more
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