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Over the summer, Woodland Public Schools updated its website and now offers a smartphone application to help parents, students and community members stay up-to-date from a one-stop-shop app.

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Maintenance crews have been working this summer to make improvements and scheduled maintenance repairs at Battle Ground Public Schools. Crews are aiming for work to be completed by the first day of school, Aug. 27. Battle Ground Public Schools budgeted more than $10 million in 2018 to mainta…

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Parents and guardians should remember that good attendance leads to good student performance. Poor attendance affects students at every age, from kindergarten through high school, potentially causing them to remain behind academically for their entire school career.

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Two Vancouver events are slated to aid the Hough Foundation and its mission to “open doors to opportunity for all students of Hough School.” The events, Show & Shine and Sip & Stroll, will be taking place back-to-back this Saturday. 

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Since its inception in 2002, Rocksolid Teen Center has developed into more than just a place to hang out after school. Along with providing tutors and organizing volunteer work around the county, Rocksolid is also helping students grades 5 – 12 prepare for what millennials often refer to as …

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Some people go for the rides, others head straight for the food, but everybody plans for a whole day of fun at “Summer’s Best Party.” The Clark County Fair is back for its 151st year, bringing in people from all over the county for, among many other things, fried food, concerts and motorspor…

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Since the first Clark County Fair in 1868, fairgoers have dodged seeds and raced to the rinds of watermelons in the Watermelon Eating Contest. This year, 13 competitors attempted to eat their way through half of a watermelon without using their hands for a chance at a $100 AMC Gift Card. Iri…

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BMX professionals Erick Soto, Andrew Topa, Michael Mogollon and Rich Lopez travel around the country performing stunts on half-pipes and ramps with their skateboards and bikes. For the rest of the fair they’re putting on high-air stunt shows near the green gate entrance at the west end of th…

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Every year, kids in 4-H get the opportunity to dress up with their camelids (mammals in the camel family such as alpacas and llamas) for the costume contest. This year, costumes consisted of “Dora and Boots,” “Butter and Popcorn,” and a La Center cheerleader and football player.