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Slo Poks hosted their car show “Show N’ Shine” on Aug. 17 on Main Street in Vancouver. The show was open to hot rods, custom vehicles, motorcycles, rat rods and collector cars, with each registration paying a $15 fee and donating school supplies for Hough Elementary School. A portion of the …

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One of Battle Ground Public Schools’ alternative education options is poised to make a move, though the folding of CAM Academy’s high school program into another of the district’s schools isn’t planned, at least for now.

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Oregon lawmakers appear ready to come back to the table regarding the replacement of the Interstate 5 bridge as the state now has its eight members appointed to an Oregon-Washington committee tasked with bringing a project to fruition.

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The scars of decades of conflict near the Mediterranean Sea have local families opening their homes to teens from Cyprus, Israel and Palestine in order to foster peace among the countries’ next generation.

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The family of a Battle Ground girl who died after being struck by a vehicle at her school bus stop and a man who lost part of his leg in another accident at the same stop are set to receive about $1.7 million in total payouts in a settlement of tort claims regarding both accidents, court fil…

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First-time candidates spurred on by pushback against recently-approved gun control Initiative 1639 are moving onto the November general election for Battle Ground City Council.

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Late last month a Longview man received a two-month sentence for using a hunting dog in connection with an investigation of an alleged poaching ring that operated in Washington and Oregon. 

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A lawsuit against Clark County from a former department head, state senator and now head of the U.S. Selective Service System has new claims accusing the county of violating due process and First Amendment rights in 2016.

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On Aug. 8 red-light runners came up against a coordinated effort by local and state police to educate — and enforce — state traffic laws at the intersection of state routes 503 and 502 in Battle Ground. 

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Members of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, U.S. Marshall’s Pacific Northwest Violent Offender Task Force and the Southwest Washington Regional SWAT Team worked together to arrest a fugitive facing charges of kidnapping and assault Sunday.