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The Ripple Impact NW Giving Circle recently awarded $20,200 to four local groups focused on the needs of older adults. The grant was divided based on needs to the groups, which include Battle Ground … more
A new monthly section is coming to The Reflector titled “Backyard and Beyond.” The section will showcase the beautiful nature that North Clark County and the surrounding region of … more
More than 200 kids participated in the 23rd annual Merwin Special Kids Day as children with disabilities were given an opportunity to fish the Merwin Fish Hatchery on Saturday, July 8. … more
Everyday bicycle riders will find they have a lot of company on two wheels as 5,000 bicyclists ride Western Washington’s state highways and local roads for the 2023 Kaiser Permanente Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic (STP) on Saturday, July 15, and Sunday, July 16. more
AMPM Heating and Cooling provides heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) service for both residential and commercial systems. The company has existed since 1986, but last November Aaron and … more
At noon on Tuesday, July 18, Washington State University Master Gardener Art Fuller will discuss how to water gardens, lawns and landscapes. He will explain how much water is enough for a plant and … more
Grass lawns, backyard plant habitats and produce gardens all need water during the summer months. The amount of water used is an important topic to consider when working on a landscape. … more
The fourth annual Hockinson Blueberry Festival returns to the Hockinson Community Center parking lot at the corner of 159th and 182nd avenues on Saturday, July 15, and runs 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. … more
At 21 years old, Mckenzie Brown launched Royal Vision Equine, a business that provides horse structural therapy. Brown’s business opened on Monday, June 26, and she is already booked out … more
One of the community’s favorite events during Harvest Days will occur on Friday, July 14, when the Harvest Days Cruise travels down Main Street through Old Town Battle Ground. The event … more
Ryan Cowl, the principal of CAM Academy middle and high schools, releases the following names of honor roll students who received a GPA of 3.5 or higher for the first semester. Students with a 4.0 … more
Amboy Middle School has released its second semester honor roll for the 2022-23 school year. An asterisk denotes a 4.0 grade-point average. Eighth grade Jacob Adams, Sasha Bolsoy, Charlotte … more
Kim Blaufuss, of Best Acupuncture in Woodland, was first inspired to help others in a unique way while she was in high school. Her mother had stage three breast cancer and turned to Chinese … more
Fred Wimmer and Chris Stephensen were recently out in the Australian bush on a metal detecting trip when they came across a dog tag with the name of Thomas F. Jenkins, from Battle Ground. Wimmer … more
Battle Ground Public Schools recently announced changes in administration that will take place in July for the 2023-24 school year. All of the assignments were approved by the school board, … more
Daybreak Middle School recently released its second semester honor roll. An asterisk denotes a 4.0 grade-point average. Fifth grade Kamaile B. Albiar Reyes, Connor T. Baldwin, Emma Barham, … more
The Columbia Mothers of Twins Club provided its yearly Jane Price Scholarship to twins William Etson and Rhionnon Etson this year. They are the children of Bonnie and Will Etson, of Vancouver. … more
Brody Gillespie, a 15-year-old from Hockinson, was recently selected first overall by the Western Hockey League’s Spokane Chiefs in the U.S. Priority Draft. Gillespie is a center and … more
A veterans luncheon was recently held by Battle Ground Senior Citizens Inc. at Prairie Tavern to kick off the first of many monthly veterans luncheons. Veterans gathered at 11:30 a.m. Friday, … more
Stephanie Marshall, a science teacher at Woodland High School, received the Glenn and Jane Crosby Award for Excellence for the Northwest Region for 2023. The award recognizes Marshall’s … more
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