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Enjoy snapshots of local history written in past issues of the Reflector from 30, 20 and 10 years ago, respectively. A look back at May, 30 years ago During a meeting on May 16, 1994, three … more
Two View Ridge Middle School (VRMS) students will show off their animation and STEM skills at a national competition in June. Ridgefield’s VRMS STEM Club members Naomi Heim, a seventh … more
Residents of Yacolt are invited to participate in the town’s annual community yard sale on Saturday, June 8. A map of all residents participating in the yard sale will be posted online on … more
Clark County’s leading historical site will reflect on its past during an upcoming exhibit celebrating its 60th anniversary of being open to the public. The Clark County Historical Museum, … more
An eighth grader at Chief Umtuch Middle School in Battle Ground will travel to Washington D.C. in June after she qualified for the National History Day (NHD) National Contest. Nicole Terry … more
The La Center Community Library celebrated its 20th anniversary last week with the soothing sounds of jazz, laughter, balloons and even an alpaca and other activities on Tuesday, May 14. The day … more
Young entrepreneurs in Southwest Washington can showcase their creativity and business skills by featuring their ventures at local markets coming up. The nonprofit Children’s Entrepreneur … more
The Washington Traffic Safety Commission is changing its messaging regarding its goal of reducing fatal and serious injury automobile crashes. The change comes after Washington state in 2023 … more
After 13 years, Amboy-based Mount St. Helens Institute has a new director. Ray Yurkewycz’s last day was April 30, after serving since 2011 as the executive director of the nonprofit that … more
The City of La Center is seeking survey input from residents regarding the construction of a new pathway along Pacific Highway. The 1,600-foot path will connect Larsen Drive to Kay’s … more
Clark County will recognize law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty locally and throughout Washington during a memorial ceremony at 11 a.m., Wednesday, May 22, Public Service Center … more
The Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue (CCFR) and Port of Ridgefield commissioners will annually meet to discuss the financial impacts of a newly established taxing boundary following concerns about how it … more
Registrations have opened for Clark County park picnic shelters, where residents can host outdoor events. Many shelters are equipped with electricity and water, while others have fireplaces and … more
Workforce Southwest Washington (WSW), a nonprofit local workforce development board for Clark, Cowlitz and Wahkiakum counties, will host two workshops for local businesses to address employee … more
Construction has begun to convert the intersection of Northeast 119th Street and Northeast 152nd Avenue inHockinson into a single-lane roundabout. After pre-construction, the intersection will be … more
Listen Line Community Services, a nonprofit organization offering a helpline for people struggling, will host its annual dinner and auction fundraiser at 5:30 p.m., June 1 at the Battle Ground … more
The City of Battle Ground will honor the men and women of the U.S. military who lost their lives in service to the nation in a Memorial Day ceremony at Battle Ground’s Kiwanis Park. The … more
In 2015, a Woodland high schooler’s life changed after a CT scan came back showing a large mass in his brain; today, Noah Lefever serves as the pastry chef at the North Fork Grill a part of the … more
Former Battle Ground Mayor and City Councilor Philip Johnson will run for Washington State Representative Position Two for the 18th District. Johnson was elected a member of the Battle Ground City … more
Hundreds of locals gather for the 59th annual event, which marched along Northeast Hazel Dell Avenue and Northeast Highway 99 on Saturday, May 18. This year, over 90 regional organizations … more
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