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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 Mayor … 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
The Ridgefield School District has undertaken its fourth attempt to pass a construction bond which would build a new elementary school, as well as expand and improve the district’s high … more
One of North Clark County’s servicemembers killed in action during the Pearl Harbor attack is finally back home after more than 80 years. On Jan. 3, a group of family members and … more
Family and friends gathered under heavy rain for the 15th anniversary of the death of Army Cpl. Jermiah Johnson at Kiwanis Park in Battle Ground during a Never to be Forgotten ceremony. Johnson, … more
A fire destroyed a staff home at Royal Ridges Retreat, a Christian youth camp in Battle Ground, on Jan. 1. Charlotte and Toby Schultz, the couple who lived in the home, are devastated by the loss … more
The 2022 Washington State Legislative Session is set to begin on Jan. 10. The 60-day “short” session will again be conducted with modifications related to the COVID-19 pandemic. Local … more
Though it didn’t come in time for a white Christmas, Clark County experienced a series of snow-covered days last week. Beginning in the early morning … more
The year of 2021 faced similar challenges as the previous year as Clark County continued to navigate its way through the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout it all, The Reflector covered noteworthy … more
This year’s Walk & Knock event, which was held in a “drive and drop” format, brought in more than 104,000 pounds of food donations and raised over $90,000. It was the second … more
The Battle Ground Senior Center relaunched its annual luncheon to celebrate the holidays on Dec. 13 at the Battle Ground Community Center. Over 100 people and their relatives showed up to the … more
“This one might be too big for you. How tall are you?” That’s what Cowlitz County Sheriff’s deputy Craig Murray asked his charge, Josue Sanchez-Espinal, as they perused the … more
The Prairie Bar and Grill in Brush Prairie, which has been a local staple for the past 45 years, has new owners and a new name. Shawna and Dan Risner, the new owners, will reopen the bar at the … more
The North County Community Food Bank in Battle Ground is doing what they can to provide families with a Christmas dinner. Executive Director Liz Cerveny said December is always the food … more
The top fundraising challenger to U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler’s re-election spoke with an avowed crusader against critical race theory taught in schools, calling on those who are concerned … more
Battle Ground Festivals is hosting its first annual Holiday Window Wonderland storefront decorating contest this month to see which local business has the best holiday window decorations. The … more
Battle Ground police officers accompanied 19 kids on Dec. 4 at the city’s Walmart to help them shop for gifts for their families and themselves. The participating kids were nominated for the … more
Battle Ground celebrated the holidays on Friday as Santa Claus arrived at the city’s annual tree lighting ceremony on a fire engine and the city’s tree was ignited in festive … more
A petition intended to prevent mandates and restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Clark County is now in the hands of the Clark County auditor. On Nov. 30, about 11,500 signatures … more
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