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Ryan Cowl, principal of CAM Academy High School, released the following names of honor roll students who received a grade point average of 3.5 or higher for the first semester. Students with a 4.0 … more
In recent weeks, panic from the COVID-19 virus has created long lines in grocery stores. In some cases, shelves have been cleared out of essential items. Residents are stocking up on everything from … more
  Woodland Public Schools started food delivery service for Woodland-area families on Wednesday, March 18. District food service staff prepared around 800 bags of food containing both breakfast … more
If you’re anything like me, you’re slowly going through your food reserves as you spend more time at home. Going to the grocery store is hit or miss as far as whether or not you’re going to get … more
The Washington State Department of Health and local nonprofit Bloodworks Northwest are encouraging eligible donors to continue giving blood during the COVID-19 crisis. A news release mentioned that … more
With community gyms being closed due to COVID-19 limits imposed by the state government, staying fit and healthy may seem like an impossibility. However, even though you can’t lift barbells or take … more
Community Home Health and Hospice is set to hold six free education events throughout 2020 for its Living Fully series. The seminars are split into three topics that aim to prepare people for the end … more
Along with the people they see every day, the residents of Highgate Senior Living Center have a special friendship with a fourth-grade class at South Ridge Elementary School.  The seniors visit … more
Donors contributed nearly $157,000 at the Clark County Spring Luncheon in benefit of Meals on Wheels at the Vancouver Hilton on Tuesday, March 10. More than 300 people attended the event, which … more
Ellen is a grandmother who now must care for her husband, who has Alzheimer’s disease. She no longer has the family over on holidays, misses her grandchildren’s activities, and even going to get … more
Clark County is seeking applicants for three positions on its Commision on Aging, which manages and implements the county’s Aging Readiness Plan. Along with the plan, the commission fosters … more
Unless you were raised as an only child, growing up with siblings can be a tumultuous experience full of ups and downs. One day you love each other and the next you’re arguing who gets the remote. … more
Twenty-two local Boy Scouts from the Columbia River District successfully passed their Eagle Scout Board of Review during the month of January and advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout. Collectively, … more
Ridgefield School District (RSD) officials recognized six Students of the Month and one Employee of the Month at the March 10 board of directors meeting.  Jennifer “Jenn” Ross, a speech … more
Keeping active is an important component in staying healthy. Each year, the Ridgefield School District physical education department does its part to keep the community active with an evening of fun … more
Keeping active is an important component in staying healthy. Each year, the Ridgefield School District physical education department does its part to keep the community active with an evening of fun … more
Young Ladies radio listening courseMarch 12The Young Ladies group of the Clark County Amateur Radio Club will be offering a free course to prepare local women for the Federal Communications … more
Battle Ground Parks and Recreation is inviting artists and crafts enthusiasts to show up and sell their unique creations at the first-ever Spring Community Craft Fair. The fair is set to take place … more
The Battle Ground Arts Alliance is seeking artists ages 18 and older to submit work for its upcoming show “Spirit.” Taking place March 21 and 22, “Spirit” is a professionally judged art show … more
Lyla Wolfenstien has always had passion for nourishing those around her.  At 17, she worked for a catering company that served meals to individuals with mental illnesses, and for part of her life … more
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