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A Portland man was sentenced to more than two years in prison after a 2019 robbery in La Center where he reportedly took more than $2,300 from a victim, court records show.On Aug. 24, Julian Karim … more
A 29-year-old Amboy man died in a motorcycle crash that occurred late Sunday night on State Route 503, according to the Washington State Patrol. Antonio M. Catania was northbound on State Route … more
On Tuesday, Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, applauded an announcement by the United States Department of Health and Human Services that Southwest Washington Communities will be … more
U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler has voiced her concern over unrest in Portland, stating “enough is enough” when it comes to violence during demonstrations following the shooting death of one … more
The body of an Ariel man who fell out of his kayak near Woodland Sunday has been recovered, Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office reported Wednesday. Volunteer searchers and divers recovered the body … more
Multiple fire departments responded to a fully-involved barn fire in the Duluth area west of Battle Ground, with two goats who were inside dead, Clark County Fire & Rescue reported … more
Motorists going through Battle Ground’s busiest intersection Saturday afternoon may have caught a glimpse of people waving American flags and signs decrying child sex trafficking, as a few dozen … more
The Washington State Department of Health is continuing to recommend testing for COVID-19 for those who have been in close contact with confirmed cases even if they do not have symptoms, going … more
Battle Ground Public Schools’ Board of Directors voted to temporarily cut more than 100 staff Friday due to the district’s start with remote learning this school year. The board voted … more
Controversy over the placement of ribbons supporting law enforcement of La Center came to a head with city council voting down a resolution that would have prohibited any expression of speech on city … more
A scientific search for its ancestral tree has led directly back to Vancouver’s Old Apple Tree. In recent years, genetic testing has become a popular tool because people seek scientific clues about … more
The Clark County Developmental Disabilities Advisory Board will hold an upcoming public meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 2 at 5:15 p.m. Due to the pandemic, the meeting will be held virtually.  Anyone … more
  The Clark County Historical Museum (CCHM) is continuing to bring history to the community with its recent installment of an outdoor exhibit as it prepares to open its doors to the public in the … more
A draft plan for cutting down on pollution and reducing water temperatures in the East Fork Lewis River watershed debuted Aug. 27, detailing the need for more septic system inspections and vegetation … more
  The northbound span of the Interstate 5 bridge between Vancouver and Hayden Island is scheduled to close for nine days next week. The bridge will be closed from Saturday, Sept. 12, through … more
Mass Transit Magazine recently named C-Tran’s Public Affairs Coordinator Eric Florip to its annual list of 40 professionals under the age of 40 who have made significant contributions to the public … more
The Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a missing Ariel man who fell out of his kayak on the Columbia River near Woodland, the sheriff’s office announced Monday morning. According … more
The city of Battle Ground is pushing its enforcement of illegal parking and vehicle abandonment, asking for community help in getting violating vehicles moved off the street. The city announced … more
Demonstrators for and against the removal of the Jefferson Davis Memorial gathered outside the monument near Ridgefield on Friday, Aug. 28. The protest coincided with the 57th anniversary of the … more
A Portland woman has confessed to abandoning her dog at a Clark County park on the night of Aug. 6, according to Clark County Animal Protection and Control. Nearby residents caught the act on … more
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