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Rollers and brushes are just a few of the tools Brush Prairie painter Drew Dordan uses when painting.  “I’ve been painting for about eight years now,” Dordan said, explaining how he started … more
Listed at $398,300, this 2014 build in Ridgefield features an open concept living space with laminate wood floors, stainless steel kitchen appliances and granite countertops in the 1,660-square-foot … more
Feb. 15 – Pruning basics with NatureScapingGet those shears ready for spring and join NatureScaping pruning coordinator Patric Addy for a lesson on pruning basics from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, … more
Roasted peppers, fresh garlic, vinegar and more, all smoked over Pacific Northwest wood. You’re salivating, and it’s probably because of the heat in the sauce. As I try a taste of a new creation, … more
Seaman Recruit Sidney Bodin, a native of Battle Ground, Washington, graduated as top Sailor from Recruit Training Command, Division 060, earning the Military Excellence Award (MEA) on Jan. 31. … more
TED Talks are a mainstay of the internet and discussions across the globe. During the talks, experts give short speeches on a wide range of topics hoping to inspire, teach and drive a positive … more
Battle Ground native Sophie Robinson was recently selected as a winner of a Regional Air Cargo Carriers Association scholarship. The $2,000 scholarship will be used to continue education in her … more
A record number of participants attended the sixth annual Clark Public Utilities Race for Warmth and raised more than $60,000 for Operation Warm Heart. A total of 1,514 people walked or ran in the … more
An annual day of outreach to Clark County residents experiencing homelessness got more robust in 2020 as two projects spearheaded by the Council for the Homeless added more resources in efforts to … more
Addie Lynn Homola, a girl, was born to parents Dale Homola and Karen Niemi, of Yacolt, on Jan. 13. Addie weighed 7 pounds at time of birth.  more
Lars David Rinta, a boy, was born to parents David and Jaime Rinta, of Yacolt, on Jan.16. Lars weighed 8 pounds, 2 ounces at time of birth.  more
Battle Ground Chief of Police Bob Richardson is set to retire on Friday, Feb. 14, after 40 years of service in law enforcement, nine of which were spent leading the Battle Ground Police … more
Woodland High School’s robotics team, the Beaver Bots, won an Inspire Award and qualified to compete in the state finals which took place last week, Jan. 26. The Beaver Bots are one of 140 high … more
Anniversary party for Silagy Sauce Wednesday, Feb. 5 Rev up those taste buds for a night celebrating hot sauce as local hot sauce fiends the Silagy family celebrates their third anniversary of … more
This is a story that begins with a pony — a penny pony. “Actually, it was a two-penny pony,” said Stacy Westfall with a laugh. “I was 6 years old and my brother and I each paid a penny to … more
Picking out a bouquet of flowers for your special someone can make the holiday of love a little stressful.  Main Street Floral Company in Battle Ground can keep you covered and keep it … more
Right off the road at the border of La Center and Ridgefield sits a 93-year-old log cabin on 5 acres of property. On the roadside of the property known as Summit Grove Lodge, two brightly lit old … more
Jan. 30 — BGHS Drama Club presents ‘Family Matters’The Battle Ground High School Drama Club is kicking off its production of “Family Matters” on Thursday, Jan. 30. Written by Sandra Finchel … more
With 25 individual apartments, handmade balls and mats and private litter boxes, Cats Play While You’re Away in Vancouver offers many opportunities to pamper your feline friend while you aren’t … more
The Humane Society for Southwest Washington is located at 1100 NE 192nd Ave., Vancouver, and adopts out dogs, cats, puppies, kittens and rabbits to families in the area. The shelter has a 93.7 … more
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