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The Clark County Sheriff’s Office recently conducted a “high intensity” stolen vehicle emphasis in a response to what the department said was a dramatic increase in stolen vehicles … more
Children and teens who are 18 years old or younger can enjoy a free breakfast and lunch in Battle Ground this summer through the Summer Food Services Program. Funded through a grant from the U.S. … more
The Washington State Fire Marshal’s Office has issued safety tips for fireworks to help keep the holiday safe and enjoyable.  Its list of recommendations include:  Purchase … more
Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, has secured the endorsement of the Washington Council of Police and Sheriffs (WACOPS) for her campaign to continue representing the 3rd … more
A motorcyclist died in a collision in North Clark County after crossing the centerline and colliding with an oncoming 2016 Ford Expedition on Wednesday, June 29. In a news release, the Clark … more
Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue honored a number of faculty members from La Center High School on June 23 for saving the life of a 15-year-old student who went into cardiac arrest at the school in late … more
The three candidates seeking to replace Clark County Sheriff Chuck Atkins addressed issues facing the office during a June 23 candidate forum hosted by the League of Women Voters of Clark … more
The U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to rule on a case that resulted in the effective overturning of abortion protections from Roe v. Wade has elicited a range of responses from local … more
With Yacolt’s Rendezvous Days just around the corner, the community is ready for the annual festival which has become a staple in town. The four-day event will kick off on Friday, July 1 … more
Fireworks for the Fourth of July went on sale June 28 in much of the county, though lighting them off is confined to only Independence Day per county code. “Even though fireworks are offered … more
The 2022 primary election is only five weeks away and candidates for Clark County Council’s newest district stated their cases for election as part of a recent series of forums During a June … more
Clark County’s government wants its citizens to know the approval of a .1% increase on retail sales tax would be used to benefit its beleaguered law and justice system. During an … more
Battle Ground High School swimmer Hezekiah Hewes secured a gold and bronze medal during the 2022 Spring Games for the Special Olympics. Hewes, who has Down syndrome, secured first place in the … more
The Woodland City Council has taken action to put a stop to residential uses in commercially-zoned land by outright prohibiting it in a section of it’s city zoning. During its June 20 … more
The Clark County Council has signed off on a report and model for vacant property in the county which eventually will help the county make changes as it plans for growth. During its June 21 … more
A vineyard and winery in North Clark County will once again put on its summer concert series, which showcases local musicians every weekend from July to August. David Regan, the owner of … more
Proposals to enact a retail sales tax in the city limits of Battle Ground for road maintenance and projects didn’t receive enough support from city councilors, though potential votes on ballot … more
The Battle Ground branch of the General Federation of Women’s Club, has formed a committee to help “backdate” the historical files on Battle Ground Lake State Park. During a … more
Twins Liv and Cady Gruenburg, from Battle Ground High School, will continue to play fastpitch softball together as they head to Eastern Oregon University this fall. The Gruenburgs have played the … more
To the delight of science fiction fans, Kirby and Patricia Swatosh created an Airbnb at their home in Brush Prairie in the shape of a UFO in August of last year. Growing up in the 1960s, Kirby was … more
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