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A reprieve from the rain led to a perfect day in downtown Ridgefield on Oct. 2, as the sounds of bluegrass filled the streets during the city’s annual … more
Wildlife habitat enhancement, research and hunting heritage projects across Washington state have received over $1.9 million in funding provided by the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) this year, … more
Commotion over a potential “medical freedom” ordinance affecting public spaces, city buildings and city employees in Battle Ground has led to official condemnation from the Clark County … more
Lawmakers representing the 20th Legislative District were on defense on Monday during their first in-person town hall event in many months. There, at the Veterans Memorial Museum … more
Voters in the Battle Ground Public Schools’ district will have an opportunity to vote on a replacement for an expiring local levy that if approved could mean the decades-long return of middle … more
The threat of rain wasn’t enough to deter dozens of demonstrators from congregating in front of Battle Ground Mayor Adrian Cortes’ house on Sunday to show their support for a … more
Ridgefield held a host of activities across the city on Sept. 11, with multiple annual events taking place on the same day. Beginning with Ridgefield School District’s “Experience … more
A monumental project to provide a safe crossing from Ridgefield’s downtown to the city’s waterfront is now complete after more than two decades since its conception. Local and state … more
Battle Ground City Council is set to consider an ordinance opposing COVID-19 vaccine mandates in the city as opposition to state-level restrictions to combat the pandemic becomes more … more
A national music and outreach tour stopped by Battle Ground’s Kiwanis Park on Wednesday, Sept. 8, filling the park with guitar sounds as the sun set on a late summer day. Bands who are part … more
Gov. Jay Inslee expanded the state’s mask mandate to include large outdoor gatherings, while also alluding to a potential system for Washington state businesses to vet COVID-19 vaccination … more
Riding a wave of endorsements by conservative figures — most notably former President Donald Trump — District 3 congressional candidate Joe Kent rallied Monday with Matt Gaetz, a Florida … more
Chiefs and commissioners for two Clark County fire districts are currently looking at how to better serve a growing area of the county, with a joint public … more
Those trying to navigate Old Town Battle Ground on foot will have an easier time getting across Main Street as the Battle Ground Rotary Club launched a crossing flag pilot project in conjunction with … more
The excitement of students in North County school districts filled the hallways of buildings as the first days of the 2021-2022 school year started this week for most of the … more
Dozens gathered around the Clark County Veterans War Memorial on Saturday to honor the lives of two members of the Army who died on the same day in different … more
The snipping sound of scissors, the hum of an electric razor and the pink glow from a neon sign are some of the first sights and sounds when entering into Parlour ‘73, a Battle Ground-based … more
High school football teams around Clark County are preparing for a full lineup of competitions, unlike last spring’s shortened five and six-game seasons. Practices started on Aug. 18. … more
Car enthusiasts braved the rain to display their vehicles, both old and new, for the first La Center Farmers Market Cruise-In on the evening of Thursday, Aug. 26 at the La Center Church. Pastor … more
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