The WIAA Executive Board took action on Tuesday to modify the 2020-21 WIAA sports season calendar in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The changes will create four WIAA-sanctioned seasons and will also move moderate- and high-risk team sports, originally scheduled for the fall season, to the WIAA Season 3.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Per the State of Washington guidelines on gatherings, please be aware that any events posted on the site may be canceled or rescheduled. We always recommend you double-check the event status directly with the event organizer if you have any questions or concerns.
Customers should always keep their guard up whenever someone claiming to be from the utility contacts them—especially if they’re contacted at odd hours, like evenings or weekends. And remember, Clark Public Utilities has suspended disconnects during this pandemic.
BirdFest and Bluegrass is the main event every year that the Friends of Ridgefield Wildlife Refuge puts on to bring awareness to Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, and all that is has to offer. Thie year the event will take place virtually on October 3, 2020.
The After-school Program is designed to give kids safe and active opportunities to connect with peers and positive adult role models. Participants will experience hands-on learning, creative art projects, and physical exercise in a fun, supportive environment.
Lights, Camera, AUCTION! Humane Society for Southwest Washington’s annual event is going virtual this year to safely support the animals, and they’ve staged some engaging and fun ways to participate.
Star Wars fans and those who love the fall will appreciate the activities of October First Friday in Downtown Camas. The theme is “Pumpkin Pageant and Star Wars Costume Contest!” with events happening all week starting on September 27th and going through First Friday, October 2, 2020.
As small business owners continue to grapple with the economic ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mercy Corps Northwest has partnered with Clark County and the City of Vancouver to distribute grants to entrepreneurs facing financial hardship through a new small business relief grant program.
The popular Camas Girl’s Night Out event is totally online this year, featuring a week of virtual fun with your friends, sisters, moms, and daughters. The new format offers a meaningful way to share a memorable and fun time and to support worthy women’s causes.
With topics such as Distance Learning Survival Guide and SeeSaw for Parents, sounds like it
Clark County is accepting applications to fill three vacancies on a seven-member Parks Advisory Board
The Vancouver Public Schools Board of Directors approved two resolutions on September 8, 2020, authorizing temporary layoffs/furloughs or a partial reduction of work hours affecting 629 employees. Of this total, 447 are being laid off/furloughed temporarily, and 182 are having their work hours reduced. Individual employees will receive notices on September 9th.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has awarded the City of Vancouver’s Fire Marshal’s Office a $234,891 Fire Prevention and Safety grant.
New high-tech travel tools on Interstate 5 debuted this week to help improve trip reliability through Vancouver for years to come.
Pearson Field Education Center’s Open Saturdays reopened with limited attendance on Saturday 5, 2020. Modifications have been made to the facilities and operating procedures to help protect visitors and staff.
Clark County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Bethany Lau has been selected as the National Police Athletic
A new rent assistance program is available to assist tenants in Clark County who owe partial or full rent to their landlord in March 2020 or later.
The Vancouver Peace and Justice Fair returns for its 17th year on September 12, 2020, showcasing local nonprofit agencies and churches, volunteers and activists, performers and just-plain-folks focused on making Clark County – and the whole world – a better place to live.
Service Alternatives licenses foster homes for children between the ages of 6 and 18 years old, in Washington state, who need some additional support in order to be successful. To find out more about Foster Parenting, Service Alternatives invites you to join them for a Virtual Foster parent Information Night on Tuesday, October 6, 2020, from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM.
The City of Vancouver is seeking applicants for two vacancies on the Downtown Redevelopment Authority (DRA) Board of Directors. There is no city residency requirement to serve on the board.
The League of Women Voters has planned four candidate forums on Clark County races. Candidates for the Washington State Legislature, Clark County Council and Clark County Charter Review Commission will participate in four forums sponsored by the nonpartisan League of Women Voters of Clark County.
While everyone knows that we should protect ourselves from cyber identity theft it’s easy to forget that the threat of “paper” identity theft is still very real. If you’ve got old documents around you’re going to want to mark your calendars for the North Clark Historical Museum Shred Day event on Saturday, September 26, 2020.
The City of Vancouver invites the community to provide input on how to “balance the budget” using an online budget simulation tool, a series of short surveys, and an ideas board on its community engagement website.
Clark County Auditor Greg Kimsey reminds registered voters in Clark County that they do not need to request a mail-in ballot to vote in the upcoming general election.
The Road to success is always under construction, And right now, so is the Highway 99 and 99th Street intersection in Hazel Dell.