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Throughout the month of August, the Washington Invasive Species Council and the Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) are asking the public to take a couple of minutes to check trees in … more
As a law student at Gonzaga University, Allison Drescher spent three years preparing for the bar examination -- two consecutive days of multiple-choice questions and complicated essay prompts that … more
Learn why it matters for you to complete your 2020 United States Census and participate in the 2021 Washington State redistricting process during a free online workshop hosted on Thursday, Aug. 13. … more
Due to the recent spikes in temperatures, water demand in the Battle Ground area is way up and conservation efforts are needed to sustain water reserve levels, according to a news release. In the … more
Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz signed an order Monday enacting a statewide burn ban on all forestland under the Washington State Department of Natural Resources fire protection — 12 … more
The Clark County Council and a number of partner agencies have announced three upcoming listening sessions to learn about how systemic racism has impacted residents of Clark County. The sessions … more
Work to build a new and improved Ridgefield Community Library hit a milestone this month as the Fort Vancouver Regional Library Board of Trustees accepted a bid for construction of the new facility, … more
Clark County Public Health and the Battle Ground Public Works Department are notifying residents of a sewage release into Woodin Creek, also known as Weaver Creek, in Battle Ground on Friday, July … more
Two cities took different routes to potentially implement a credit on state sales tax designed to fund affordable housing programs this month, with Ridgefield approving and Woodland declining on … more
Rocksolid Community Teen Center will be holding their 19th annual auction online this year. The auction is the program’s largest fundraiser of the year to maintain the afterschool program. Due to … more
The nonpartisan group League of Women Voters has put together an online voters guide where voters can get detailed perspectives from candidates in the Aug. 4 primary election at … more
Clark County Public Health officials are urging residents to take precautions to prevent heat-related illnesses during the upcoming hot weather. The extreme temperatures can create a risk to … more
Clark County Public Health and the Battle Ground Public Works Department are notifying residents of a sewage release into Woodin Creek, also known as Weaver Creek, in Battle Ground. Public Health … more
Three men face charges of first-degree robbery after they allegedly threatened a couple at a park near ilani with a machete and firearms. On July 20, Daniel Ventura-Garcia, 36, Ildefonso … more
The Building Industry Association of Clark County (BIA) launched its “New Homes Tour” last weekend and is featuring the homes for another weekend, starting this Saturday. With 19 homes … more
The nonpartisan group League of Women Voters has put together an online voters guide where voters can get detailed perspectives from candidates in the Aug. 4 primary election at … more
Detectives with the Cowlitz County Sheriff's Office on Thursday arrested Jacques A. Day, 35, of Longview, on multiple rape charges following a month-long investigation. A female victim contacted … more
The ongoing efforts of Prevent Together: Battle Ground Prevention Alliance to prevent and reduce youth substance abuse in the community has been given a boost in the form of a federal DrugFree … more
On Monday, Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, sent a letter to Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Commissioner Charles Rettig calling for action to address the backlog of mailed-in tax … more
Washington has joined a multistate lawsuit against the Trump administration, alleging the federal government is reducing state government authority in determining whether a building project will … more
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