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Battle Ground City Councilor Adrian Cortes will have a new title in city government this year after being appointed as mayor by fellow councilors Jan. 6.

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The Washington state Legislature re-convened this week as a full government body, starting off the 2020 legislative session. The Reflector sent out a list of questions to local lawmakers to get an idea of what their goals are and how they plan to address locally-pertinent issues.

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The Ridgefield City Council swore in its newest members Jan. 9, with the city hailing the 2020 group as younger and with the most women it has ever had.

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U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler joined fellow GOP lawmakers in voting against a House resolution intended to stop President Donald Trump from further engaging in conflict with Iran without Congressional approval.

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Pedestrians headed to the northern entrance of the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge will have an easier time getting there following the opening of a reconstructed Main Avenue featuring a new culvert and sidewalk to allow better access for refuge visitor and fish alike.

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The union representing faculty at Clark College has set an official strike date, approving Jan. 13 should the union and college administration not reach an agreement this week.

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Washington’s 18th Legislative District lawmakers are making a tradition of touring their constituency prior to the start of the year’s session, talking about bridges, fish and fuel capacity among other topics during town halls last weekend.