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Lions 19N District Governor Lisa Ikeda from Puyallup worked a shift at the Ridgefield Lions Fair Booth at the Clark County booth on Tuesday, Aug. 8. The booth, a fixture at the fair since 1975, was … more
Hundreds of paddlers from up and down the West Coast competed in Southwest Washington’s only dragon boat festival, Paddle for Life dragon boat races, on Saturday, Aug. 5 at Lake River … more
Clark County Fire District No. 13 Division Chief Chuck Andrus, right, along with crews from North Country EMS, Clark County Fire District No. 13 and Clark County Fire District No. 10, presented four … more
Eight Woodland High School graduates earned the Washington State Seal of Biliteracy in recognition of their ability to attain proficiency in English and one or more additional world languages this … more
Summer Saturday Interpretive Programs are returning to Battle Ground Lake State Park this August, with two family-friendly presentations offered Saturdays in August, with the last one planned … more
More than 200 kids participated in the 23rd annual Merwin Special Kids Day as children with disabilities were given an opportunity to fish the Merwin Fish Hatchery on Saturday, July 8. … more
Ryan Cowl, the principal of CAM Academy middle and high schools, releases the following names of honor roll students who received a GPA of 3.5 or higher for the first semester. Students with a 4.0 … more
Amboy Middle School has released its second semester honor roll for the 2022-23 school year. An asterisk denotes a 4.0 grade-point average. Eighth grade Jacob Adams, Sasha Bolsoy, Charlotte … more
Battle Ground Public Schools recently announced changes in administration that will take place in July for the 2023-24 school year. All of the assignments were approved by the school board, … more
The Columbia Mothers of Twins Club provided its yearly Jane Price Scholarship to twins William Etson and Rhionnon Etson this year. They are the children of Bonnie and Will Etson, of Vancouver. … more
Participants involved in the Unit 6610 Battalion or Stockade divisions of the Christian Service Brigade (CSB) program in the early to mid 80s at Bethel Lutheran Church are invited to attend a reunion … more
Pamela and Steffan Wirtanen, of Battle Ground, welcomed a daughter, Monica Grace Wirtanen, on May 8, 2023, in Vancouver. She weighed 7 pounds and 4 ounces and was 18.5 inches long. more
Members of the Ridgefield, Vancouver and Fort Vancouver Lions Clubs pitched in to help the Washington State School for the Blind at its annual track and field day on Thursday, May 18. The event … more
The Soroptimist of Southwest Washington group held its “Dream Your Dream Spring Tea and Silent Auction” on Saturday, May 20, at the Ridgefield Administrative and Civic Center. The … more
The City of Battle Ground has announced the return of a program that provides people with an in-depth look into how the city operates. Battle Ground University (BGU) was originally introduced in … more
Children and teens who are 18 or younger can enjoy a free summer meal provided at Woodland Middle School. Woodland Public Schools will serve breakfast and lunch at the school’s cafeteria … more
Members of the Ridgefield Lions Club are working to improve around 50,000 square feet of property at the Port of Ridgefield prior to the organization’s Sausage Festival. This year’s … more
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