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Good weather helped a work party run smoothly as volunteers dug a ditch to create circulation in a pond located in the perfect spot to be the site for salmon fry. On Oct. 9, members of a number of … more
A majority of Battle Ground City Council members defeated an ordinance that would have prohibited vaccine requirements for city employees and would have stopped mask mandates in city-owned … more
The Washington State Senator for much of North Clark County likely won’t be serving during the 2022 legislative session, as Ann Rivers announced she will resign from the seat to take a job in … more
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
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