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The city of Woodland’s government will change next year as the latest election results see its current mayor and a few city councilors likely out. As of the latest counts of ballots in … more
For local school board and fire commissioner races, new faces are headed to their respective seats, including one race where a newcomer is edging out an appointed incumbent. School Boards … more
In La Center, those currently installed on the City Council are on track to keep their seats in the latest election. The incumbent Myrna Leija was humbled with her presumptive election. As of … more
Based on general election votes for the three open seats on Battle Ground City Council, one incumbent and two newcomers will likely join the board. For Battle Ground City Council position 2, … more
In the midst of their final tour, Rock & Roll Hall of Famers and co-leads for the rock band Kiss Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley stopped by ilani Casino in Ridgefield, last week, for a … more
What was once Thomas Hatcher’s solution to the supply chain shortage has since grown into a business out of his Brush Prairie shop. Hatcher thought of opening Salty’s Spinners when … more
The Port of Woodland is seeking additional information from the community regarding planning for public access, recreation and habitat at Austin Point. A survey has been established and   can be … more
The Clark County Sheriff’s Office announced last week the selection of Ashley Korslien as the department’s new communications manager. Korslien is the first to fill the … more
La Center The Wildcats hosted their first round football matchup against the Omak Pioneers in what was a season-ending, 21-7 loss on Friday, Nov. 10 in the first round of the 1A state playoffs. … more
Ridgefield successes Ridgefield girls volleyball took ho me second place in the 2A state championship matchup against league rival Columbia River High School on Saturday, Nov. 11 at the Yakima … more
Keeping seniors healthy and moving is important for their long-term independence. Helping seniors reach their health goals is part of gym owner Angie Parker’s mission at Resolution Fitness, in … more
The East Fork Lewis River features multiple parks along its waters, but one may stand out the most. When thinking of key Pacific Northwest features, the rivers, bridges and especially waterfalls … more
Going from WE to ME: noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 15, Battle Ground Senior Center, 116 N.E. Third Ave. Join the Battle Ground Senior Citizens group for a special presentation. Lunch will be … more
North Clark Historical Museum is hosting a Native American program and exhibit at 2 p.m. Nov. 18. The museum is located at 21416 NE 399th St. in the renovated 1910 United Brethren Church. The guest … more
Ridgefield High School senior Asher Anderson has been named a semifinalist for the prestigious National Merit Scholarship program. About 1.3 million students from more than 22,000 high schools across … more
A hoary marmot living in Mount Rainier National Park now calls Northwest Trek Wildlife Park in Eatonville home and made his public debut last week. The young marmot, estimated to be born in spring … more
The first results of the 2023 elections are in, with votes for more than a dozen seats up in north Clark County showing the first look at winners and losers in the contests. Shortly after the 8 … more
The decade-long work to build a new Clark College campus received its latest affirmation as a decorated steel beam was hoisted upon the first of several structures planned for the site. On Nov. … more
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