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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
Officials from the Ridgefield School District recognized its May employee and students of the month on May 10. Kippi Barbouletos-Brink, from Sunset Ridge Intermediate School, was named the … more
Bethel Lutheran Church will host monthly concerts at its Brush Prairie location, with the first one slated for this month. At 2 p.m. on May 7, Fear No More — a celebration of English and … more
Avery Hughes Davis, a sophomore at iTech Preparatory, served as a Senate page during the week of April 17 to April 21 at the state Capitol in Olympia. Hughes Davis was sponsored by Sen. John … more
Elizabeth Swift, a Ridgefield High School junior, has been selected as a statewide winner of two prestigious essay and oration contests sponsored by the Washington State Society of The Sons of The … more
Jessica Levonas was recently honored as the “Mother of the Year for 2023” by the Columbia Mothers of Twins Club. Levonas has two fraternal boys, who are 3 years old. A news … more
Officials from the Ridgefield School District recognized its April employee and students of the month at a school board meeting on Tuesday, April 11. Valerie Bennett, from Ridgefield High … more
Ridgefield School District officials recognized its March employee and students of the month at the regular board of directors meeting on March 14. Kristen Sullens, a kindergarten teacher … more
Anthony Munoz is leading the charge to bring a youth outreach program called Young Life to Battle Ground. While the organization has already held events in the area, Munoz hopes to expand the program … more
Thousands of trees will be offered for sale by the Clark County Farm Forestry Association during an annual public sale set for Saturday, March 18. The sale will begin at 8 a.m. at the Albertsons … more
Woodland Middle School’s new running club has announced its first Woodland Way 5K, which will take place on Saturday, March 25. The students in the club, which includes kids in fifth … more
Officials from the Ridgefield School District recognized its employee and students of the month at a school board meeting on Feb. 14. Emi Werner, with the Early Learning Center, was honored as the … more
Firm Foundation Christian School’s middle school and high school students completed their first semester of the 2022-23 school year on Jan. 20. The honor roll is published at the end of each … more
Battle Ground High School recently released its first semester honor roll. An asterisk denotes a 4.0 grade-point average. Ninth grade *Alexander N. Cluever, *Audrey M. Joner, *Avery C. … more
Firm Foundation Christian School in Battle Ground held its third STEAM night as students learned more about science, technology, art, engineering and math on Friday, Jan. 27.  This … more
 Members of the Lewis River and Battle Ground Rotary clubs came together on Monday, Jan. 23 to provide mock job interviews for 22 students at Battle Ground High School.   Kevin … more
Students from Ridgefield High School’s Steel Ridge Robotics program took on methodical planning as they prepared to teach a large group of fifth to eighth graders during a day camp. At the … more
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