Rocksolid Community Teen Center will be holding its 17th annual auction Saturday, March 10 at the Battle Ground Community Center. Doors open at 5 p.m.
Battle Ground Public Schools is partnering with Educational Service District 112 to provide free drop-in programs at primary schools around the district for children up to the age of five and their parents.
Woodland’s 14th Annual Father/Daughter Ball will consist of two events at the end of the month. Both dances will be Saturday, Feb. 24, at Woodland High School, first from 3-5 p.m., then from 7-9 p.m.
Eleven 2018 graduates of Hockinson and Battle Ground school districts have the opportunity to land a $2,000 scholarship from the Lewis River Rotary.
Workforce/Artforce, a Clark County employees art exhibit, will be on display in the Rebecca Anstine Sixth Floor Gallery at the county Public Service Center through Friday, Feb. 23, a release from the county stated last week.
Mount St. Helens 2018 climbing permits go on sale at 9 a.m., Thursday, Feb. 1. Permits are required to travel above 4,800-foot elevation on the volcano.
The General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Battle Ground — best known for the “Ladybug Bazaar” — is awarding two scholarships in 2018 and applications are due this week.
Enrollment for Washington State University Vancouver’s 10-week Agricultural Entrepreneurship and Business Planning course is open now through Jan. 22.
The National Park Service recently announced the return of the 19th Century Dragoon Saber Training Program, presented in partnership with Academia Duellatoria. This training course, which debuted in the summer of 2017, focuses on the saber techniques used by the soldiers of the U.S. Army Dra…
The Battle Ground Chamber of Commerce is asking the Battle Ground and Hockinson community to help them find worthy individuals and entities for their 2017 Recognitions of the Year awards.
A Christmas party will be held for Battle Ground students with special needs from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 9 at the Battle Ground Elks Lodge.
The Clark County Prosecuting Attorney's Office is inviting the public to a ceremony remembering and honoring victims of homicide in Clark County during the county's annual observance of the National Day of Remembrance for Homicide Victims.
Get ready for some old-fashioned, small-town fun as the Ridgefield School District prepares to host its second Experience Ridgefield event on Saturday, Sept. 23.
Battle Ground is joining Clark County Connects' annual Day of Service this weekend. This is the second year of Battle Ground's participation in the annual county-wide effort.
On Saturday, Sept. 9, Silver Buckle Ranch will be hosting its third annual auction and barbecue event — Boots and Bites. Board of Director President Peggy Neikirk describes it as “an old-time ranch type of event.”
Furry Friends, a no-kill, all-volunteer cat adoption organization in Clark County, will be offering its cats and kittens for adoption and microchipping for less than half the price at the Peace and Justice Fair in early September.
The inaugural “Trash Dash,” sponsored by the Vancouver Run, Grub and Chug Club and Heathen Brewing, will combine fitness and community service as participants pick up litter during a running and walking event on Saturday, July 22.
Are you ready to read your way to a better world? Children, teens and adults can have fun and earn rewards with the Summer Reading program at Fort Vancouver Regional Library District branches, bookmobiles and via the web at fvrl.org.
Children 18 or younger can receive free meals at Woodland Middle School throughout the summer because of the school district's sponsorship of the Simplified Summer Food Program for Children.
At this year’s annual Healthy Kids Fair attendees can buy a properly fitted bike helmet for $6, get their child car seat checked, buy some fresh, locally grown strawberries, “operate” on a stuffed animal, tour an ambulance, play games, make crafts and win prizes.
Presented since 1939, the First Citizen Award is the county’s highest distinction of citizenship. First Citizen honorees are chosen for their accomplishments and contributions to the community in a number of areas, including effectiveness in leadership roles, raising community standards and …
Student artists all throughout Southwest Washington are being honored at the 2017 Southwest Washington Regional High School Art Show now through April 7.
Those looking to volunteer at the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge will have a free opportunity next month as the annual Refuge Naturalist Training series starts up April 1.
Former Tigers and Falcons athletes will once again go head-to-head in the school districts’ annual alumni basketball game next month on April 21 at Prairie High School.
Battle Ground Public Schools is inviting community members and parents of eighth graders to the annual patron tour of Battle Ground Public Schools' Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes.
Vancouver USA Singers will be accepting applications for their 2017 Vancouver USA Singers Youth Scholarship from now untill March 15.
This year’s Battle Ground float for the Portland Rose Festival Grand Floral Parade in June is taking shape both on paper and clay. The float’s theme is “Froggie Went A-Courtin.’”
Enrollment for Washington State University Vancouver’s 10-week Agricultural Entrepreneurship and Business Planning course is open now through Feb. 21.
The 55th Annual Clark College Jazz Festival presents three days of jazz on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, January 26-28, in the Gaiser Center, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver.