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One Woodland equestrian team member and 2023 graduate of the district’s alternative school has embraced her time volunteering at a horse therapy clinic as a way to help those with disabilities. … more
The last few years have not proven the most advantageous times for new car buyers. According to the Consumer Price Index Summary from the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, buyers paid 12.2% … more
Doug Dahl, the Target Zero manager with the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, answers popular travel-related questions.  Q: What is the enforcement protocol for aftermarket lights … 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
Lewisville Regional Park, a bustling home of outdoor recreation opportunities in Clark County, was established in 1936 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The WPA was formed in 1935 as a … more
Battle Ground Senior Citizens, Inc. honored first responders on National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on Jan. 9 during the group’s monthly luncheon at the Battle Ground Community … more
Officials from the Ridgefield School District recognized its January employee and students of the month at the school board meeting on Jan. 10. Karen Moses, who has been an employee of the … more
At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many homeowners suddenly found themselves in need of more usable square footage in their homes. Required to work from home due to social distancing … more
Late winter and early spring can be a lovely time in Clark County gardens and landscapes. There are so many blooming plants that thrive in our climate and are undemanding of busy homeowners. Who … more
After a two-year hiatus, Clark College will host its 59th rendition of its Jazz Festival later this month as 60 middle and high school jazz ensembles perform from Washington and Oregon.  … more
Raising backyard chickens has been a growing phenomenon for several years. Many cities have passed laws legalizing backyard chickens, encouraging many to raise chickens as a rewarding hobby.  … more
Modern, large-scale agriculture operations utilize various machines and technologies to provide products to consumers. Greenhouses are among the resources used to help plants thrive. Greenhouses … more
Doug Dahl, the Target Zero manager with the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, answers popular travel-related questions.  Q: Traffic on the freeway has increased over the years and now … more
Woodland High School’s robotics team, known as the Beaver Bots, gained 12 new members this year, which nearly doubled the size of the team.  The team, according to the school … more
Baking sessions are a beloved family tradition in many households, but such sessions may not be as revered by family physicians, as baked goods are often prepared with … more
As the new year ticks closer, many people are on the hunt for resolutions to improve their lives in 2023.  Among the plethora of changes to strive for, resolutions that focus on health and … more
On Dec. 23, 1925, an official act of the Washington State Legislature changed the name of the state’s oldest county from Clarke to Clark.  The change corrected a spelling mistake made … more
The Battle Ground Community Center was filled with holiday joy as Battle Ground Senior Citizens, Inc. (BGSC) held its holiday luncheon on Dec. 12.  There were 157 guests in attendance, … more
Woodland Middle School introduced two new afterschool clubs last month to provide students with a way to engage in lessons or activities they may not otherwise have an opportunity to … more
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