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Friday, Aug. 4: Judging for horses, beekeeping, llama/alpaca, wool, floriculture, goats, pygmy goats, table setting and cats will take place throughout Friday. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the east … more
In his latest Road Rules article, Doug Dahl, Target Zero manager - communications lead for the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, addressed whether it is legal and safe for people to wear earplugs … more
Travelers take to the open road for any number of reasons. When traveling on a summer vacation, families may find it’s more affordable to travel by car than to pay for airline tickets for … more
Summer Saturday Interpretive Programs are returning to Battle Ground Lake State Park this August, with two family-friendly presentations offered Saturdays in August, with the last one planned … more
The La Center Our Days Steamboat Celebration returns Friday, July 28 through Saturday, July 29 with a packed schedule including a parade, bed races, drone show, vendor fair and more. Wendy Chord … more
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is inviting new applicants to join the ranks of more than 1,200 certified master hunters across the state. WDFW administers the Master Hunter … more
The inaugural Rego Golf Classic on June 24 to benefit the Rego Athletic Scholarship was nothing short of a success after raising $20,000 for the fund. Organizers also announced that the athletic … more
Dr. Jillian Stansbury, founder of Battle Ground Healing Arts and Apothecary, which specializes in natural medicine, has made it her life work to become an expert in botanical medicine. In … more
Soul Nektar in Ridgefield offers yoga, guided meditation, breathwork, sound baths and even more “to take your life experience to deeper levels.” Owners Christine Kaiel and Denise … more
A new book answering the question of the origins of Battle Ground’s name, “Peace Wins … at the Battle Ground 1855,” is available only at Literary Leftovers in the Battle … more
Julia Stepper, a graduate of Woodland High School, now a history teacher at her alma mater, was recently awarded the prestigious James Madison Fellowship. The James Madison Fellowship is a $25,000 … more
The Clark County Historical Museum’s 2023 Speaker Series will have William Woodward share his presentation “Will The 2020s Roar Like The 1920s” on Thursday, Aug. 3 at the Clark … more
Car Show: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, July 29. The second annual car show benefiting Thrive2Survive and Live Love Outreach will take place at 2711 N.E. Andresen Road in Vancouver. All vehicles are … more
Art at the Cave will host the Ghost Town Poetry Open Mic featuring Julia Gaskill at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 10. According to a release, Gaskill is a professional “daydreamer” from … more
Math teachers at Woodland High School have been using innovative hands-on experiments to engage students and enhance their learning. Applied Math is a class that goes beyond traditional math … more
IQ Credit Union recently granted a gift of $2,000 to Camp Hope of Southwest Washington. The gift will directly support campers. Seventy percent of Camp Hope attendees are on free and reduced … more
The seventh annual Senior He roes Awards ceremony at the Pearson Air Museum on Wednesday, July 12, honored numerous caregivers, organizations and senior citizen ambassadors for their efforts in … more
Battle Ground Senior Citizens, Inc. will begin a new program on Wednesday, July 19, that will occur every third Wednesday of the month for the rest of the year and beyond. The new program by Laurie … more
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