The last week of bill signings by Gov. Jay Inslee is in the books, with North County lawmakers having a number of pieces of legislation signed into law.
The University of Washington has announced that 46 area students made the dean’s list for the fall 2019 quarter at the university. To qualify for the list, a student must have completed at least 12 graded credits and have a grade point average of at least 3.5 out of 4. The students are liste…
Eight Boy Scouts from the Columbia River District successfully passed their Eagle Scout Board of Review last December and have advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout. Collectively, the group of scouts planned and led a total of 1,022 hours of community service.
Before schools were shut down due to the coronavirus outbreak, Linda Korum, a teacher at Tukes Valley Middle School, and John Zingale, a Vancouver iTech Preparatory School teacher, were honored for their innovation and excellence in teaching United States history in the classroom.
Battle Ground Public Schools is offering free child care for the children of first responders and healthcare workers during the COVID-19 health crisis.
Elinor D. Aho*, Josiah V. Akimenko, Caroline E. Albers, Lauren H. Albers, Jonas S. Allen, Dominic T. Amundson, Elliott J. Amundson, Bryce E. Ashford, Elsa J. Bice, Megan M. Brinton*, Peter J. Brown, Manogna Chandra*, Rishi Chandra, Graeme F. Chestnut*, Angeline R. Christopher*, Noah H. Colag…
Ryan Cowl, principal of CAM Academy High School, released the following names of honor roll students who received a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for the first semester. Students with a 4.0 are followed by an asterisks. Students participating in the Running Start program through Clark…
Twenty-two local Boy Scouts from the Columbia River District successfully passed their Eagle Scout Board of Review during the month of January and advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout. Collectively, the group of Scouts planned and led a total of 2,188 hours of community service in the area.
Keeping active is an important component in staying healthy. Each year, the Ridgefield School District physical education department does its part to keep the community active with an evening of fun activities, games and sports.
Ridgefield School District (RSD) officials recognized six Students of the Month and one Employee of the Month at the March 10 board of directors meeting.
All the students at two Ridgefield schools got together last week to silly string their teachers.
The Nonprofit Network of Southwest Washington Board of Directors elected three local leaders to its group of 2020 elected officers last month.
Members of the Lewis River Rotary Club in Battle Ground presented a $3,000 check to the Battle Ground High School Drama Club last month. The money will be used to help fund the drama club’s trip to Edinburgh, Scotland, for the American High School Theatre Festival in August. Approximately 13…
Six Boy Scouts from the Columbia River District successfully passed their Eagle Scout Board of Review and have recently advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout. Collectively, the group of Scouts planned and led a total of 898 hours of community service.