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- ‘Bringing it back to the glory days’
- Rare corpse flower blooms at WSU Vancouver
- Six vie for two Battle Ground council seats
- Stripped down Harvest Days keeps cruise, parade
- Two long-time Battle Ground Public School figures retire
- Corpse Flower to soon spread stench across WSU Vancouver
- Interim Woodland Planning Commission chair ousted
- Vancouver Clinic opens Ridgefield branch
- 75-year-old Ridgefield man wins gold at 2019 Senior Games
- 2019 Territorial Days puts Amboy on display
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- Despite coordination changeup, Harvest Days delivers
- Rosauers opening pushed to November
- Owner of Ridgefield’s ‘Iron Ranch’ remembered
- After local backlash, proposed clearcut near Hantwick Trail put on hold
- Decision on 179th Street improvements postponed
- Convicted Christmas Eve arsonist sentenced
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- Woodland aims to grow police force with levy lid lift
Question of the Week
Battle Ground City Councilor Philip Johnson (first elected in 2011) is facing two opponents in the coming election who disagree with Washington’s new gun law, I-1639. The majority of Battle Ground voters voted against the initiative last year, but it was passed with a state-wide vote. Johnson is standing by enforcing the law. He said that going against the initiative would equate to voter nullification given its state-wide approval. Do you believe Johnson’s commitment to upholding the law will hurt him in the election?