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The Woodland Moose Lodge will host its annual community Easter Egg hunt on Saturday, April 16.  Children who are 11 years old or younger are welcome to participate in the event, which will … more
Easter is right around the corner and many organizations are holding events across North Clark County to celebrate. They include egg hunts, activities and church services. Here is a sampling of … more
Battle Ground High School’s equestrian team took part in its second meet on March 11 to March 13 at the Grays Harbor Fairgrounds in Elma.  Head coach Jenna Anderson said sophomore Emma … more
Prairie High School’s equestrian team is preparing for its third meet of the season, which will determine their chances of entering the state championship. The meet is set for April 7 … more
The Clark County Public Transportation Benefit Area, also known as C-TRAN, has been awarded a $2.7 million Federal Transit Administration grant which will be used to purchase six renewable diesel … more
Battle Ground Public Schools will launch a new preschool next September. The program, housed at Battle Ground High School, will be modeled after the Prairie Preschool program on the Prairie High … more
I Paw’d It Forward helps lost pets in Clark County find their owners, along with a variety of other services. President Keri-Lyn Jakubs is committed to reconnecting pets with their owners … more
Clark County Green Business will host a virtual workshop series which addresses waste reduction. The next presentation, titled “Nothing Goes ‘Away’: Sustainable Waste … more
A boutique store in Ridgefield sells a multitude of goods crafted from recycled materials. Native Nomad Home & Gifts offers items like blankets, candles and soaps. Owner Sara Darden sells … more
The Ridgefield School District celebrated the seventh annual Ridgefield Youth Arts Month in March in collaboration with the Ridgefield Art Association and the community. Ridgefield Community … more
The seniors at the Woodland Care Center in Woodland are now able to exit their rooms when they want because of the decrease in COVID-19 cases and the residents spent part of that freedom celebrating … more
Furry Friends will host an online auction on March 25 to March 27 to raise funds to aid its mission in providing care to cats in need throughout Clark County.  Although it’s not the … more
Dr. Jillian Stansbury, a physician at Battle Ground Healing Arts, recently received the James A. Duke Excellence in Botanical Literature Award for her textbook series, Herbal Formularies for Health … more
The Ridgefield City Hall building has a colorful history, which got its start as the Ridgefield State Bank. Located at the center of town, the building was originally owned by Edward Allworth … more
The Ridgefield School Board recognized its March employee and students of the month at a meeting on March 8.   Susan Karnes, a special education teacher at Sunset Ridge Intermediate, was … more
Chapman’s Greenhouse near Brush Prairie is celebrating its 40th anniversary. The greenhouse was opened by Olivia Chapman and her husband Ralph in 1982. Chapman said she started the … more
The Northwest Geriatrics Workforce Enhancement Center (GWEC) at the University of Washington School of Medicine’s Department of Geriatrics works to give clinicians and professionals knowledge … more
The negative effects of isolation is something the vast majority of the world can now relate to. The COVID-19 pandemic forced people from all walks of life and from every corner of the globe to spend … more
An asterisk denotes a 4.0 grade-point average.  Fifth grade Jazzelyn Arneson, Austin Askelson, Teagan Avery, Corbin Bradley, Benita Clark*, Conner Douglas, Carissa Ek, Jessie Erickson, … more
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