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On July 29, local care center Community Home Health and Hospice admitted and honored its 1,000th veteran, Donald Fuesler. Fuesler was an influential member of the Cowlitz County Community and died on … more
Gavin Gannon has been working towards his goal of becoming an Eagle Scout for many years. Back when he set his sights on becoming one, he never could have guessed his Eagle Scout project would be … more
Julia Lee Norton passed away quietly surrounded by family and love on August 7, 2020 in Vancouver, Wash., at the age of 75. She was born June 12, 1945 to Ted and Mildred Wright in Seattle, Wash. … more
Get together with Washington State University Extension Master Gardener Art Fuller for a discussion on ways you can get more vegetables from your garden as the weather turns cooler. The presentation … more
I come to a stop at the end of a paved road and cross a long parking lot in the industrial area of Milwaukie, Oregon. Nothing but warehouses nearby. I am searching for a sign that says “Farm this … more
At the end of July, Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, and Lucille Roybal-Allard, D-Los Angeles, the founding co-chairs of the Congressional Caucus on Maternity Care, celebrated … more
The North County Community Food Bank (NCCFB)  was recently awarded a $10,000 grant from the Honorable Frank L. and Arlene G. Price Foundation. According to a news release, the NCCFB will be using … more
The Battle Ground Public Schools Board of Directors has selected Jackie Maddux to fill the District 5 director position. The position was left vacant after board member Tina Lambert resigned earlier … more
The Battle Ground Education Foundation (BGEF) recently donated $20,000 to Battle Ground Public Schools for the purchase of Chromebooks computers and software licences. Battle Ground Public Schools … more
  For the past 20 years, Rebecca Westmoreland and Rhonda Meridieth wanted to open up a child learning center. On July 1, the duo took the next step and opened up Keiki’s Learning Center in … more
The Ridgefield Family Resource Center helps Ridgefield families and students in need, and with all of the challenges created by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Resource Center has been busy. With … more
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, Superintendent Chris Reykdal and the state Department of Health (DOH) last week announced a “Decision Tree” framework to help local school districts determine how to … more
Power outages are an uncommon and inconvenient experience, especially when they are unexpected. Over the past couple of months, Ridgefield residents might have experienced a few more power outages … more
Built in 2017, 1503 NW 18th St., Battle Ground is a one level, three-bedroom, two-bathroom home on the market for $374,900. The inside of the home has laminate flooring throughout the great room with … more
Northwest home builder Pacific Lifestyle Homes broke ground on its most recent “Community Giving Home” back in May. The construction, which is building the home completely for the benefit of … more
In July, the Clark Public Utilities Board of Commissioners voted to adjust CEO and General Manager Lena Wittler’s salary from $240,000 to $254,000.  “This past year has brought unprecedented … more
Just before the COVID-19 pandemic began altering the lives of Washingtonians, the Clark County Saddle Club held a fundraiser auction to help cover the costs of its new facility. The fundraiser … more
Clark County is full of equine lovers of all ages. These are just a few submissions received by The Reflector after a request for photos on Facebook Friday.   more
Six Boy Scouts from the Columbia River District successfully passed their Eagle Scout Board of Review this past February and have been advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout. Collectively, the group of … more
Principal of CAM Academy Ryan Cowl released the following names of Honor Roll students who received a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for the second semester. Students with a 4.0 are marked with … more
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