A record-setting number of participants attended the sixth annual Clark Public Utilities Race for Warmth and raised more than $60,000 for Operation Warm Heart.
John Morrison has been involved with the Clark County Fair for several decades as a volunteer, board member, and leader and has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Washington State Fairs Association.
TwinStar Credit Union is continuing their See’s Candy Fundraiser again this year benefiting Bridge the Gap, a community outreach program designed to enrich the lives of abused and neglected children in Clark County.
“What did you do at school today?” It’s usually a parent asking a kid that question. But for one day a year, Ridgefield parents can find out firsthand by going to school with their child.
Are you interested in pursuing your education and future career in the building trades? Students living in Clark County who plan to pursue a career in the building industry by attending a college, university, or a trade/technical school can apply for scholarships.
There are some things that can be just plain awkward to talk about. But, just because something is awkward or difficult, does not mean it doesn’t need to be addressed. Throughout the month of February 2020, Share will host their Every28Days drive to collect donations of feminine hygiene products for low-income and homeless women and girls who struggle to afford these items.
Shark Tank is the chance of a lifetime for entrepreneurs, who pitch their innovative products to big money “shark” investors. Students in Andrea Reinertson’s marketing class got a taste of the show’s excitement when they pitched their own product concepts to a panel of “sharks”.
Four Air Force Junior ROTC cadets from Battle Ground High School will be flying high this summer after receiving scholarships to earn private pilot licenses. Nathanial Davis, Jarrett Huntington, Brooke Kirby, and Wyatt Moody are among only 200 AFJROTC cadets nationwide selected to receive scholarships from the Flight Academy Scholarship Program.
Two Southwest Washington high school students were selected as the region’s winners in ESD 112’s annual Poetry Out Loud competition and will advance to state competition in March.
Woodland High School’s robotics team, the Beaver Bots, won an Inspire Award and qualified to compete in the State Finals on Sunday, January 26, 2020. The Beaver Bots are one of 140 teams at high schools across Washington State taking part in the For Inspiration & Recognition of Science & Technology (FIRST) Robotics Competition.
If you’re a parent it’s important to know how to get urgent or emergency notifications regarding school closures, delays, early releases, or other important information.
To encourage and support our “Silver Citizens” for their contributions to their communities, the Clark County Commission on Aging has established a program to recognize folks 65 and over by means of an annual award presented at the State of the County event.
The City of Vancouver will accept applications for this year’s culture, arts, and heritage grants starting Wednesday, February 19, 2020. The deadline to apply is April 8, 2020.
The classroom is filled with arcade games. But there are no video screens or digital beeps, just the voices of kids having a lot of fun. Every arcade game has been handmade by a second-grade student. And they did it all from recycled materials.
Is your child almost graduated, or are they just getting ready to start kindergarten? Current and future students and their families should begin preparing for the 2020–2021 school year.
It’s not often that a presentation starts with a story about a one-eyed, one-winged, one-legged chicken. But Will Hornyak, a professional storyteller, grabbed the attention of every kid in the room as he hopped, flapped, and crowed on stage. The story about the Adventures of Medio Pollito (half chicken) helped him teach Union Ridge Elementary students to be more aware of the environment.
Many young kids dream of becoming a firefighter. If that is still a dream of yours, you should know that the Camas-Washougal Fire Department is currently recruiting new volunteer firefighters.
The City of Vancouver is seeking applicants interested in filling two newly created positions on its volunteer Salary Review Commission. The deadline to apply is 5 p.m. Friday, January 31, 2020.
These young scientists are just some of the more than 3,000 Clark County students who make up the Student Watershed Monitoring Network. The project trains teachers and students in grades kindergarten through high school to monitor water quality and habitat in a local stream, lake, river or wetlands.
The Clark County Council has approved the Historic Preservation Commission’s recommendation to