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With a new set of wheels, age is no longer holding back 13-year-old pug Charlie. The senior dog has rediscovered his love for exploration thanks to his wheelchair, courtesy of the Washington-based … more
The Furry Friends cat shelter will host an adoption event at the All Natural Pet Supply in Battle Ground from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 2. All Natural Pet Supply is located at 1910 W. Main … more
It’s almost time for the Furry Friends cat shelter annual fall auction. The in-person auction will be a rock-and-roll theme, “HISS,” and will take place at the Heathman Lodge in … more
Columbia Springs’ program Repair Clark County  has been paused indefinitely beginning Aug. 11  after not receiving a state grant to help fund their efforts. Columbia Springs Executive … more
Morgan Ruddiman, doctor of chiropractic, recently expanded his services to Battle Ground, opening Advantage Chiropractic, originally established in Longview. The Brush Prairie resident brings … more
Frequent drivers in Battle Ground probably recognize the name Onsdorff as a boulevard through town was named after founding father Peter Onsdorff.  According to the history book, … more
The Clark County Fair turned 155 years old in 2023, while the state of Washington only turned 134 years old.  Despite its long history including numerous location changes, the fair has … more
The grandstands at the Clark County Fair were packed shoulder to shoulder on Tuesday, Aug. 8 for an action-filled rodeo event that included mutton bustin’, bull riding, saddle bronc riding and … more
Members of the Battle Ground High School class of 1953 will celebrate their 70th reunion at Kiwanis Park on Saturday, Aug. 19. The class had a total of 125 graduates, most of whom are around the age … more
The Clark County Commission on Aging will focus on community engagement with a monthly speaker series that kicks off Wednesday, Aug. 16. The speaker series will feature staff from the Area … more
The Goat Marsh area near Mount St. Helens on the north side of Gifford Pinchot National Forest is a research natural area full of biodiversity. Old growth combined with new growth firs and pines … more
Side-by-Side racing returned for a second year at the Clark County Fair and gave those in attendance some competitive racing thrills. The racers hit jumps, crashed into each other and even rolled … more
Lions 19N District Governor Lisa Ikeda from Puyallup worked a shift at the Ridgefield Lions Fair Booth at the Clark County booth on Tuesday, Aug. 8. The booth, a fixture at the fair since 1975, was … more
Hundreds of paddlers from up and down the West Coast competed in Southwest Washington’s only dragon boat festival, Paddle for Life dragon boat races, on Saturday, Aug. 5 at Lake River … more
Clark County Fire District No. 13 Division Chief Chuck Andrus, right, along with crews from North Country EMS, Clark County Fire District No. 13 and Clark County Fire District No. 10, presented four … more
Rocket Homes is reporting that the Clark County real estate market in July 2023 just barely passed a neutral market and has shifted into a buyer’s market. At the same time last year, Rocket … more
While Master Gardener and sundial enthusiast Bryan Preas wears a watch, when he’s at the 78th Street Heritage Farm or carrying a pocket sundial from his collection, he doesn’t need a … more
English Ivy is a noxious weed with a native range of Europe, western Asia and northern Africa. The ivy species from across the pond has made itself home in many landscapes and public lands but … more
The “Easier Gardening for Everyone” will take place from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Aug. 19 at the CASEE Center, Building B, Room 205, 1104 N.E. 149th St. in Brush Prairie.  … more
Eight Woodland High School graduates earned the Washington State Seal of Biliteracy in recognition of their ability to attain proficiency in English and one or more additional world languages this … more
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