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Ridgefield City Councilor Rob Aichele and his truck, “Old Yeller,” have already been spotted running errands around Ridgefield. From a trip to Rosauers to meet up with friends to making a Costco … more
For the first time since coronavirus restrictions shut down in-person events, the Battle Ground High School equestrian team participated in its first Washington High School Equestrian Team (WAHSET) … more
4.0 Grade Point Average: Charlotte A. Adams, Julian U. Aguilar Mendoza, Grayson C. Allen, Lilly M. Bash, Nicole K. Benjamin, Hannah R. Bladow, Jake A. Blancas, Halee K. Brady, Rian A. Brown, Samantha … more
Local nonprofit cat shelter Furry Friends is looking for volunteers to foster cats until they are old enough to be adopted. Furry Friends Marketing Director Diane Stevens said the shelter has a need … more
Every year, the Woodland Chamber of Commerce awards two individuals and one business with local awards. While 2020 may have been an odd year for everyone, the Woodland Chamber of Commerce did not … more
The Ridgefield High School Knowledge Bowl team took home hardware from the state tournament this month.  After facing off against two 4A schools in the final round, the team of four students took … more
 A primary care provider is your health home base. The person you see for yearly exams and when you are sick or have an ongoing concern. He or she looks out for your long-term wellness by letting … more
Two months before the COVID-19 pandemic closed down businesses and changed daily life in March of 2020, The Vancouver Clinic implemented its “Situation Management Team.” The team started off the … more
There aren’t many crops that don’t grow well in the Pacific Northwest.  Other than tropical plants that require loads of sunshine and hard-to-grow plants such as the sweet potato, Pacific … more
Selecting fruit varieties for Western Washington — March 24 Join Theresa Knutsen from Lewis County’s Raintree Nursery as she discusses the different varieties of fruit that grow well in the … more
Recent graduate Tristan Shindell graduated a semester early thanks to the Positive Academic Support System (PASS) at Woodland Public Schools. The program, which started in 2017, connects … more
After top finishes at the regional Southwest Washington National History Day competition, 21 Battle Ground Public Schools middle school students advanced to the state round on May 1. Due to health … more
The staff and residents at Woodland Care Center have experienced a year like no other.  With health protocols surrounding the pandemic, in-person visits to the facility were put on hold. In the … more
The Clark County Commission on Aging is setting its sights on the “Road to Recovery” for 2021 and hosting a multitude of “Fireside Chat-style” discussions with the community in preparation … more
  When Union Ridge Elementary School first grade teacher Shandel Oderman asked her students to write persuasive letters asking for something they wanted, one student’s request was different … more
Woodland High School sophomore Jaylee Graham recently created a video to teach Carey Hanson’s fourth grade class at Columbia Elementary School how to sign the school’s “Woodland Way” pledge … more
In February, the Building Industry Association of Clark County (BIA) announced the 2021 NW Natural Parade of Homes will be held at Felida Overlook Sept. 10-26. Due to gathering restrictions put in … more
Late last month, Gov. Jay Inslee appointed Clark County Councilor Temple Lentz to the Washington State Affordable Housing Advisory Board. Lentz is representing the Washington Association of Counties … more
In a news release sent out by the Building Industry of Clark County (BIA), the BIA estimated that 35,605 Clark County families will be priced-out of purchasing a home in 2021.The estimate comes from … more
Clark County Community Services, with assistance from staff at the Vancouver Housing Authority and the City of Vancouver, selected Catholic Community Services of Western Washington to operate a … more
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