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An upcoming bakery cafe will continue the Al and Ernie’s name in Battle Ground at the same location as the former grocery store. The building that Al and Ernie’s Bakery Cafe will … more
Clark County Public Health issued a swim beach warning at Battle Ground Lake, 18002 NE 249th St., Battle Ground, on Friday, May 30, due to elevated levels of E. coli bacteria. Test results for … more
As La Center pushes for a final agreement with the Clark County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) for police services, a commander and two daytime patrol officers are currently enforcing laws in the … more
Despite the presence of heavy rain and a hate group, Clark County’s LGBTQ+ community completed its fourth annual Rainbow Walk without a hitch, Sunday, June 2, in La Center. Roughly 100 … more
With no direct family available to attend, the Fort Vancouver chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) and AmVets invited the public to stand in their places to honor five veterans … more
Battle Ground High School band director Greg McKelvey believes being named the grand marshal of the 2024 Grand Floral Parade in Portland is “one of the greatest moments” of his teaching … more
Clark County Public Health issued a swim beach warning at Battle Ground Lake, 18002 NE 249th St., Battle Ground, on Friday, May 30, due to elevated levels of E. coli bacteria. Test results for … more
Earth Friendly Recycling, a company in Vancouver, ensures used electronics stay out of landfills throug h refurbishing and shredding old devices. Eric Howell began the family business in 2011 to … more
Staff at Furry Friends cat rescue hosted a retirement party for their longest active volunteer, Linda Rader, on May 12. Rader retired after 23 years of helping the Furry Friends cats and … more
Dog Paw, a non-profit group of volunteers who care for four dog parks in Clark County, will be hosting a fundraiser event at Vancouver’s Pacific Community Park to raise money and public … more
Renae Skar, a fourth grade H ockinson Heights Elementary School science teacher, is one of four state finalists for the 2024 Presidential Award of Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching … more
Ridgefield High School alumni raised $15,000 for scholarships at the 45th annual Golden Grad luncheon on Sunday, May 19. The funds came from a silent auction, cash raffle, registration fees and … more
The Hockinson Fun Days celebration kicks off with family bingo on Friday, May 31, and a lineup of family-friendly events planned for Saturday, June 1. “I’m expecting another … more
Pride Month will have a colorful kickoff in La Center next week. Clark County Pride will host its fourth annual Rainbow Walk Sunday, June 2, at Holley Park in La Center, 1000 E. Fourth St. The … more
Three generations of Millers have built a 75-year legacy offering Battle Ground and area residents insurance from a local office. Bryce Miller is the third family member to provide insurance to … more
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFWs) made a fishing rule change to allow the retention of hatchery Chinook salmon and steelhead on the Lewis River this season in Clark and Cowlitz … more
For one weekend, anglers across the state can fish for various species without a license. This year, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (WDFW) annual Free Fishing Weekend event … more
Last week, Washington Sen. Maria Cantwell announced that $39.4 million will be granted by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to fund nine Washington state projects to support the … more
U.S. Rep. Maria Gluesenkamp Perez, requested funding for 15 infrastructure and utility projects in Washington’s third district last week, with two projects benefiting Battle Ground and … more
A Woodland woman and chaplain will soon embark on a journey to explore her Irish roots two years following her crowning as Ms. Senior Washington USA. Mayor Todd Dinhart crowned Caliatra Wright … more
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