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The Ridgefield Post Office has placed 39 photos on its walls to honor veterans of the city’s American Legion Post No. 44. Legion member Steve Campbell said he’s happy to see the post … more
Tryouts got underway for the Battle Ground Tigers boys soccer team last week as hopeful athletes tested out their skills in the rain.  Coach Matt Gamblin said he was impressed with what he … more
Two Prairie High School wrestlers were named state champions in their respective weight divisions at the 2022 Mat Classic in Tacoma on Saturday, Feb. 19. Alex Ford, a junior, and Faith Tarrant, a … more
Washington will be one of three West Coast states to remove its mandate on wearing masks indoors in most settings on March 12, Gov. Jay Inslee announced Monday. In a Feb. 28 press conference, … more
A Woodland staple is set to return this spring. On Feb. 17, painters sized up the outside of the Oak Tree building just off Interstate 5, as they looked to see what spots needed another layer of … more
Although the La Center Community Library has been operational since 2004, the existence of the building dates back to the early 1900s. The building on Northeast Lockwood Creek Road was … more
The end to statewide mandates on masking indoors and at schools is in sight as Gov. Jay Inslee set the removal of the requirement for March 21. During a Feb. 17 press conference, Inslee announced … more
The current mask mandate in Washington schools has led students to walk out of class and protest the ongoing requirements.  This week, students in schools across North Clark County took … more
Vancouver Police Officer Donald Sahota’s reputation as someone keen on mechanical expertise was well-known. “Some of my fondest memories with my dad are the late nights that I spent … more
Although its sports teams pay homage to its wildlife and past agricultural tradition through the Raptors and the Spudders, one other notable aspect of Ridgefield is prominently displayed for anyone … more
A suspect in a robbery and attempted murder that ended up with a Clark County Sheriff’s deputy fatally shooting an off-duty Vancouver Police officer is in custody.  On Jan. 31, Julio … more
Those who get logs cut at the sawmill north of Dollar’s Corner will have to wait a few months until new operations are in place as longtime sawyer Pat Lydon announced his retirement late last … more
Valentine’s Day and flowers go together like turkey and Thanksgiving.  Because of that, florists like Main Street Floral Company in Battle Ground are doing what they can to prepare … more
David Boggs, an eighth-grader who went through his last rounds of chemotherapy in November, was greeted with a surprise celebration at Daybreak … more
Two Prairie High School juniors have started a campaign that collects feminine hygiene products for homeless women and aims to spread awareness of the need for the products in high school. … more
Various food trucks around Clark County are thriving in the pandemic as they continue to provide food to their patrons in a socially distanced fashion. Lynnae Oxley, the owner of Sugars Barbecue … more
One of Clark County’s private schools is working to expand its offerings into the high school sphere as they get ready to take over the current location of one of Battle Ground Public … more
The Cedar Creek Grist Mill in Woodland has stood in place since 1876 and is still going strong today, with almost all the equipment and architecture being original. The mill has been preserved … more
One elected member of north Clark County government is doing her part in a countywide effort to help those experiencing homelessness. On a relatively dry day in January, Battle Ground Deputy … more
Voters in the Hockinson School District will have the chance to weigh in on replacing the district’s local levy on Feb. 8, which if rejected, could prove “catastrophic” for its … more
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