The Reflector received the first-place General Excellence award during an awards gala Friday at the Washington Newspaper Association convention in Olympia.
Some North County city officials are eyeing an initiative on the November ballot that could mean hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding for street maintenance projects would go away should it pass.
The Clark County Republican Central Committee has taken a position against a November ballot measure that would allow affirmative action and positions in support of two potential 2020 initiatives that would require public votes on state tax increases and require notification of parents if th…
The race for the Ridgefield City Council’s only seat without an incumbent seeking another term is on, as one longtime resident and former councilor faces off against a relative newcomer both to the city and local politics this November.
Ridgefield City Council Position 5 has its first competitive race in more than a decade as city planning commission member Rob Aichele is facing the longtime incumbent Darren Wertz this November.
Identity Clark County (ICC) is seeking nominations through the end of the month for an honorary board seat named in honor of a former chair of its board of directors.
The Clark County Council is seeking applicants to fill five vacancies to represent the active farming community on the Clark County Farm Advisory Committee.
Clark County was one of several jurisdictions statewide to receive millions in grants for law enforcement from the Department of Justice, bringing in more than $96,000 through the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant program.
The U.S. Department of Justice has awarded grants totaling more than $9.8 million to support victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Western Washington, including $900,000 for the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, the department announced earlier this month.
A permitting process for a proposed $2 billion methanol refinery in Kalama is on hold as the Washington State Department of Ecology determined plant backers didn’t adequately address environmental impacts in a study that needs state approval before the project can move forward.
The Clark County Amateur Radio Club (CCARC) will host a free amateur radio licensing course next month, the club announced.