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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
As Jeremy Duggins biked into the parking lot of the Hockinson Community Center, a crowd of past students, parents and peers cheered him on. It marked the 2,000 miles he rode to raise awareness and … more
With the reopening of schools quickly approaching, Woodland Public Schools provided free backpacks filled with school supplies to hundreds of students at its fifth Back-to-School Bash on Saturday, … more
About 70 people made an appearance for the City of Woodland’s Hot Summer Night and Movie in the Park event on the evening of Friday, Aug. 20 at Horseshoe Lake Park in Woodland. Sticking with … more
Several dozen individuals took to the street corners of Main Street and state Route 503 in Battle Ground on Aug. 19 to stand against the statewide mandate for facial coverings in schools. Holding … more
Small talk floated through the air as old classmates celebrated the Battle Ground High School class of 1960’s 61st class reunion. Around 70 attendees from near and far gathered from 1 to 4 … more
Anyone in a public indoor place will have to put their masks back on regardless of their vaccination status,  and those working in educational institutions and child care will have to get their … more
A historic Brush Prairie farm may have to cease its current state of operations if penalties from the Washington State Department of Ecology come to fruition.  In an Aug. 7 post, Bi-Zi Farms … more
As  students  and  parents  complete  their  back-to-school  shopping, Clark County teachers and administrators  are  preparing for a new school year … more
Attendees braved the hot weather for the 2021 Ridgefield Sausage Festival this weekend at Abrams Park. The festival, which was presented by ilani and the Ridgefield Lions Club, featured live … more
The Clark County Fire Marshal’s Office has released video evidence in the investigation of an alleged arson of the old Cherry Grove Church in an attempt to identify a person and vehicle of … more
As temperatures rise to the 100s again this week, Clark County health officials are urging residents to prevent heat-related illnesses. The National Weather Service issued an excessive heat … more
The preliminary results for the August 2021 primary election are in, but one race in La Center remains too close to call with only a few hundred ballots left to count. As of Aug. 6, Clark County … more
As a father of not one, but three recent college graduates, Raymond Saba wanted to celebrate their achievements in a nontraditional way. For about a month Saba, who is a Brush Prairie resident and … more
It’s hard to keep 8-year-old twin sisters Jaycee and Reagan Davis out of the gym. Both sisters were glued to the television when the 2016 Rio Olympics came on and they took a specific … more
Nestled behind Amboy’s only market, customers enter into the recently-opened home goods store, an unusual sight for the area of about 1,000 residents. Megan Helmers and Maggie Bellikka, both … more
A theme among those who spoke in remembrance of slain Clark County Sheriff’s Detective Jeremy Brown emerged during a ceremony for him as they painted a picture of a man whose dedication to his … more
The preliminary results for the August 2021 primary election are in, but the two candidates who will move on to the November ballot remain up in the air for some races. Following the 8 p.m. Aug 3 … more
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