Business leadership group Identity Clark County has appointed John Dombroski and George Martin to its board of directors.
Battle Ground Public Schools’ Board of Directors has received a Board of Distinction Award from the Washington State School Directors’ Association (WSSDA) for its work in 2018-19. The award recognizes school boards that use research-based governance practices that lead to high levels of stud…
U.S. Navy Aviation Electronics Technician Third Class Chris Cresap, right, from Vancouver, looks up technical diagrams for maintenance in the hangar bay of the aircraft carrier USS Harry S. Truman in the Arabian Sea, Jan. 5. The Harry S. Truman Carrier Strike Group is deployed to the U.S. Fi…
Professional storyteller Will Hornyak grabbed the attention of every kid in the room during a recent presentation at Union Ridge Elementary school as he hopped, flapped and crowed on stage during a story about the one-eyed, one-winged, one-legged chicken, Medio Pollito. The story of Medio Po…
Kindergarten students at South Ridge Elementary School pressed their noses up to the window of their classroom while at recess one day last month after noticing the classroom had a considerable change in decor. Dozens of bowls of candy and graham cracker houses topped tables around the room.
The PeaceHealth Southwest Washington Medical Center recently achieved the prestigious international Baby-Friendly Designation after a review process conducted by Baby-Friendly USA.
Just before Battle Ground Public Schools district students and staff departed for winter break, the holiday spirit took hold. Along with decking the halls and the slate of holiday concerts and performances, teachers, staff and students celebrated the holidays with the spirit of giving.
For many local families, the holidays are a challenging time of the year as even small gifts can be out of reach on tight budgets. Each year, the Giving Tree program provides holiday cheer for hundreds of children in the Ridgefield School District.
After the family heads home and the holiday festivities end, Clark County Public Health urges residents to recycle their Christmas trees instead of sending them off to the landfill.
An early high school graduation can challenge the most academically gifted student. But for Chelsea Larson, a student at Woodland Public Schools’ alternative high school TEAM, an on-time graduation didn’t seem to be in her future, let alone an early one.
Three teachers in the Ridgefield School District became nationally board certified earlier this month.
Sunset Ridge Intermediate School sixth-grader Madeline Bruguier took home first place in the Superintendent’s Holiday Greeting Card Art Contest for the Ridgefield School District last week. Her artwork was selected by judges as the entry that best exemplifies this year’s contest theme, “Wint…
In Tylor Hankins eighth grade science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) class, students work together to build and troubleshoot their dragsters.
Woodland High School’s Positive Academic Support System (PASS) connects struggling first-year high school students with staff members to help guide them to a successful freshman year.
Eighteen local churches donated $3,840 to the North County Community Food Bank following their Thanksgiving Eve service on Wednesday, Nov. 27. Attendance of the service was about 180 people.