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Southridge Community of Christ Church in Ridgefield opened an outdoor labyrinth for the community to “self-reflect” on Sept. 8. The labyrinth, built by church member Dan Jackson, is located next to the church at 400 NE 179th St., Ridgefield.

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Whether someone is looking to buy a house with acreage or is already the owner of land, it’s important to learn how to properly manage the outdoor area. To help, the Washington State University Extension will be having a class series called “Living on the Land” to educate the public on prope…

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The site of many school field trips focused on how life on the farm was before electricity could use some improvements, and those running the place are hoping that a fundraiser next month can help them out as they plan for a bigger and better 2020.

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The Washington Invasive Species Council is asking residents to check trees and swimming pools around their property for harmful bugs as a part of the Tree Check Month. August is the peak time of year to look for invasive bugs and report species that seem out of place. Trees near homes and in…

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Bring your lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy “Music in the Garden” in Battle Ground next month. Planned musical entertainment includes harps, Native American flutes and ukuleles. Attendees can also stroll through the five-acre private garden of John and Laurie Rastall. Be sure to bring somet…

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Now that mosquito season has arrived, public health officials are notifying Clark County residents of ways they can do their part to prevent mosquito breeding in the area as the county Mosquito Control District begins monitoring floodwater areas and wetlands. 

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Homeowners beware: Japanese Knotweed can take over your property and it is not an easy kill. Knotweed, an invasive plant on the west coast, looks like bamboo, can grow to be six to 10-feet tall and completely dominates the environment in which it lives.