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Clark County Fire District 3 (CCFD3) is heading into the summer wildfire season with a typical approach, but the loss of Larch inmate fire crews still looms. The Larch Corrections Center, east … more
Karolyn Marquez Garcia already knew she wanted to become a pilot when she decided to combine that career with one in meteorology, as well. The Battle Ground Character and Academics for the … more
Free meals are available for everyone ages 1 through 18 this summer at two Battle Ground Public Schools locations. The Summer Food Services Program, sponsored by the district and funded primarily … more
Last week, the Battle Ground City Council adopted a six-year transportation improvement program, which identifies transportation projects slated for completion. The city expects to pay $57.7 million … more
The La Center School District Board of Directors recently approved an interlocal agreement with the city that will mark a pivotal step in improving local transportation infrastructure. In a June … more
Clark County agencies are coordinating to repair and preserve the iconic wooden arch bridge at Moulton Falls Regional Park this July. The work will include minor repairs and restaining, which will … more
The Woodland City Council will have a full contingent beginning July 1, when Woodland resident Jason Friend will be sworn in as the City Council’s newest member. Friend will fill the vacant … more
Battle Ground’s City Council approved a site plan to provide 100 housing units for residents living below the city’s average income level last week. In a June 17 meeting, the City … more
Access to Lewisville Regional Park will be disrupted Monday through Wednesday, July 1 through July 3, as new water tanks and support structures are delivered and lifted by helicopter across the East … more
Two western Washington men, including one from Ridgefield, pleaded guilty to drug and gun charges in U.S. District Court earlier this month. Ridgefield resident Ronald McComb, 59, pleaded guilty … more
Discourse regarding the safety of LGBTQ youth continued in Battle Ground’s council chambers last week following the controversial removal of a Pride Proclamation by three members of the Council … more
Fireworks went on sale in Clark County beginning Friday, June 28. For the Independence Day holiday, residents can use fireworks in unincorporated Clark County from 9 a.m. to midnight Thursday, July … more
Ridgefield The celebration of Independence Day in Ridgefield will take place from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with a packed schedule. The Ridgefield Independence 5k/10k run begins at 8 a.m. For more … more
Neighbors are concerned about a potential future shutdown of Cedars North Airpark if the City Council rezones Battle Ground’s airpark district. Following a heated debate among council … more
Clark County Council is seeking a volunteer who resides near the former Larch Corrections Center to serve on the Larch Center Task Force, which will identify, plan and make recommendations for the … more
Jeremy Brown, owner of La Uva Fortuna Farms east of Battle Ground proper, wants to expand opportunities in Battle Ground through a new farmers market and possibly even a single-day festival in north … more
A local winemaker near Yacolt continues to experience success and validation in his craft by regularly receiving awards at Pacific Northwest competitions. Pomeroy Cellars owner Dan Brink’s … more
Battle Ground Rotary and Lewis River Rotary recently hosted a friendly competition to collect item donations for Battle Ground Senior Citizens (BGSC), an organization that provides numerous social … more
While the importance of the European honeybee as crucial to pollinating flowers and crops is commonly touted in North America, native pollinators play just as important of a role yet are frequently … more
Clark County’s artistic community events took a sharp decline after the COVID-19 pandemic. Art Chat, a show-and-tell gathering, provides the means for artists to connect and show their work … more
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