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The Ridgefield School District Board of Directors has selected Jake Bredstrand to fill its District 5 vacancy. During a board meeting Tuesday, Oct. 10, the district approved appointing … more
The three people found guilty in the fatal shooting of Clark County Sheriff’s Detective Jeremy Brown have been sentenced, with jail time ranging from several decades to life in prison. On … more
Michael Green, superin tendent of Woodland Public Schools since July 2007, announced last week his resignation and retirement at the end of this school year, June 30, 2024. According to a press … more
Lawmakers representing much of north Clark County are hoping a half-dozen initiatives covering topics from taxes to police pursuits make it to Washington voters during next year’s general … more
Enrollment at Clark College increased 10.4% in state full-time equivalency this fall term compared with fall 2022, according to a press release from the college. Clark College President Dr. … more
The Washington State Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues and Employment wants to hear from Clark County residents. The committee invites those living with disabilities to take part … more
The former home for the Ridgefield Police Department will be demolished to serve as parking while a cleanup of contaminated areas nearby commences. During its Oct. 12 meeting, the Ridgefield … more
Southwest Washington’s former representative in Congress isn’t planning on taking too much of a break from government as Jaime Herrera Beutler has announced she is running for Washington … more
The Town of Yacolt’s Public Works Department will have to move forward on projects without the help of inmate crews from Larch Corrections Center after over a decade of cooperation. Mayor … more
Cheerful orange pumpkins, icons of the fall holiday season, can be found across Washington in October. The world of pumpkins expands far beyond the classic orange gourd, and modern cultivars include … more
A former manager of a Battle Ground Wells Fargo branch has pleaded guilty to federal charges of bank fraud and identity theft. On Oct. 12, Brian Davie, 44, of Battle Ground, entered his plea on … more
A new history book telling the stories about Battle Ground Lake before it became a state park will be introduced to the public for the first time during a book signing. The event will take place … more
Videos posted to social media on Wednesday, Oct. 11 allowed the National Weather Service of Portland to confirm a brief tornado touched down in La Center. The majority of damage included blown … more
The Battle Ground Tigers last w on a 4A Greater St. Helens League game in 2016 against Union. They ended that drought Thursday, Oct. 12, again over Union, defeating the Titans 48-30 and improving to … more
Prairie quarterback Isaac Watson (12) looks to throw during a Friday night game against WF West High School in Chehalis on Oct. 13. Watson later went out of the game after suffering an injury on the … more
The La Center Wildcats improved to 7-0 after a late fourth-quarter comeback to beat 1A Trico League opponent Seton Catholic High School, 14-13, on Friday, Sept. 13. Heading into the big matchup, … more
In a hard-fought volleyball match on Tuesday, Oct. 10, where Ridgefield had the upper hand early in the first two sets but failed to hold the lead to the end, the Spudders dropped three straight sets … more
Prairie High School volleyball took on a top-10 matchup with league rival Kelso High School on Monday, Oct. 9. The Falcons swept the Hilanders in three straight sets then followed that performance … more
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