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People who change their names to hide from their abusers should be afforded more privacy. That, at least, is the conclusion Maia Xiao came to after a transgender friend committed suicide after … more
Insurance policies that cover abortion would be required to cover the entire cost of the procedure under provisions of a bill now being debated in the state Legislature. “This bill is about … more
Clark County’s Composter Recycler program will host a free series to train a new cohort of volunteers. The seven-week series starts on Feb. 1.  “The training will prepare … more
The General Federation of Women’s Clubs of Battle Ground will award one scholarship this year to a woman who plans to attend an institute of higher learning in Washington state. The … more
The land around the Hantwick Trail by Moulton Falls has been secured for recreational use, as the Washington State Board of Natural Resources approved measures which placed the state-owned property … more
The Woodland City Council held its first vote on a change that would allow more residents to take advantage of a discount on water and sewer utility rates. During its Jan. 17 meeting, the council … more
The Clark County Council has officially backed a project to rehabilitate habitat along the East Fork Lewis River as they asked lawmakers in Olympia to earmark funding the project needs in order to … more
Battle Ground Mayor Philip Johnson publicly apologized after he made comments about a local religiously-affiliated organization that ran one of a number of fireworks stands prior to New Year’s … more
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission announced in a news release last week it is looking for 305 park aides for seasonal positions starting in April and ending in … more
OLYMPIA — Washington students may soon have another option in high school — a state-run apprenticeship program in a number of different fields. As the Legislature looks to tackle … more
Not even a month after the formation of the 118th United States Congress, the Republican challenger to current U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez in the November election declared his candidacy for … more
State transportation officials heard about the latest developments for the project to replace the aging Interstate 5 Bridge over the Columbia River last week, with concerns over the updated cost … more
Clark County’s annual Project Homeless Connect event is scheduled from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Thursday, Jan. 26 at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 400 S. Andresen Road in Vancouver.  The … more
Officials from Clark County have begun the process of updating its Comprehensive Growth Management Plan, a yearslong endeavor intended to adjust how land use is regulated within the county. On … more
Ridgefield’s junior guard Cole Chester led the way to a 54-30 win over the Hockinson Hawks on Thursday, Jan. 19, as he secured 15 points from behind the three-point arc. The Spudders kept … more
Students across the Pacific Northwest are encouraged to get creative and help raise awareness about the dangers of radon gas by participating in the 2023 Northwest Radon Poster Contest. The … more
Bingo: 1 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 28. Join Battle Ground Elks Lodge No. 2589 for a game of bingo. Members and guests are welcome. It will be held at 907 SE Grace Ave., Battle Ground. For more … more
Consumers will be able to purchase more low-THC liquid-infused products in a single purchase if a bill in the Legislature wins approval. “HB 1249 is necessary to ensure that the evolution of … more
Lewisville Regional Park, a bustling home of outdoor recreation opportunities in Clark County, was established in 1936 by the Works Progress Administration (WPA). The WPA was formed in 1935 as a … more
Mount St. Helens is pictured from above in 1980 prior to its eruption in this photo from the Washington State Archives. more
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