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Titan VanCoug, the rare corpse flower housed on the campus of Washington State University Vancouver, bloomed again last week, but this time, the stinky corpse flower could be seen in four stages of … more
Y acolt’s Rendezvous Days’ action-packed Saturday started with the 5K and 10K Bigfoot Run, which saw 336 participants take to the starting and finishing lines on East Yacolt Road early … 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
Hundreds of people gathered outside of the Battle Ground High School band room on Wednesday, June 21, to remember and honor Cienna Morrison, a 17-year-old junior at the school, who died by suicide … more
Clark Public Utilities held its inaugural Pollinator Festival on Saturday, June 24, as eager people prepared to enjoy a day of festivities at the Clark Public Utilities Operations Center in Orchards. … more
“We have a really great group right now that are asking questions and try to drive the bus,” Finn said about the current council. Given Woodland’s form of government, the mayor … more
The future of a new Woodland library became physical last week. During a groundbreaking ceremony for the new Woodland Community Library, dozens gathered to celebrate the turning of dirt on a … more
Around 5,000 packed the district stadium in Battle Ground to watch 350 seniors from the class of 2023 walk across the stage and mark the end of their K-12 journey on Friday, June 9. The weather … more
An effort to plan ahead for development in the Woodland Bottoms has a chance of moving forward as the city of Woodland has a joint agreement with Cowlitz County in front of them. During its June … more
Elite Collision Center in Battle Ground celebrated its 20-year anniversary on Wednesday, June 7, with a public celebration featuring a hot dog bar and other refreshments. Company President Kevin … more
Columbia Springs hosted a fishing celebration for avid anglers and those who wanted to get their feet wet in the world of fishing at Battle Ground Lake State Park on Saturday, June 10. Kids had … more
The Pacific Northwest is abundantly rich in native plants of all sizes, which can be utilized to benefit the landscape, wildlife and pollinators. The U.S. Forest Service encourages people to use … more
Fourth graders from elementary schools in Battle Ground received an opportunity to learn more about potential pathways they could pursue when they get … more
Memorial Day is a time to honor and remember the men and women who have given their lives in service to the country. The names of North Clark County service members who died in action can be found on … more
New technology in policing is coming to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office and plans for a regional training center will also benefit the county’s recruitment efforts for law enforcement, … more
It takes momentum to get over an obstacle. One thing Fran Duncan, a longtime Clark County Saddle Club member and organizer, notices among inexperienced equestrians is a lack of that momentum. … more
A summer favorite in the car enthusiast community has returned to the Cascade foothills of Eastern Clark County. Alderbrook Park in Brush Prairie held its first cruise-in of the season on … more
Battle Ground Public Schools showed off the work at its southernmost schools, ahead of a potential ballot measure that would fund the replacement of buildings, one of which is nearly 70 years old. … more
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