Local businesses to benefit from suspension of directory listing charges; plus free package upgrades, free new listings, and new business tools launching. The Covid-19 situation
IMPORTANT NOTE: Per the recent State of Washington guidelines on gatherings, please be aware that events may be canceled or rescheduled. We always recommend you double-check the event status with the event organizer if you have any questions or concerns.
And, hey… make sure you wash your hands! It's not necessarily about you, but about others who may be at risk. Thanks! :)
The following is a release from Vancouver Public Schools: This afternoon, Gov. Jay Inslee directed Washington state schools to remain closed for the rest of
Clark Public Utilities recently announced major changes to several policies, operations, and events related to the ongoing coronavirus situation. Pursuant to a release, “Clark Public
The Historic Trust announces the cancelation of the 57th Annual Vancouver Fireworks Spectacular at Fort Vancouver National Site. This marks only the second time this event has been canceled.
Being alone and isolated is one of the greatest fears of older adults. The Senior Wellness Check is a free service coordinated by your local law enforcement agencies to make regular contact with participants by phone and allows older adults who live alone to have comfort and security in the knowledge that someone is checking in on them on a regular basis.
Superintendent Mike Merlino provides information on Evergreen Public Schools plan moving forward based on Governor Jay Inslee’s announcement to not continue in-person school instruction. Here is his letter to the community.
The Rotary Club of Three Creeks, which has a reputation for trying new things and completing service projects all over the county, staged a “virtual service project” this weekend and completed 79 hours of service to the community during its first-ever “virtual service project” April 4-5, 2020, around the county.
With the extension of Washington’s Stay Home order, Spring Coupons will now be valid until July 31, instead of the previous June 30 deadline.
Wanting to show your support and encouragement for our front line workers during this crisis? Send a note of encouragement to help lift their spirits. Notes will also be saved to memorialize this chapter of our shared story.
Vancouver City Manager Eric Holmes today issued two new sets of emergency orders designed to help mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on residents and businesses within the city.
The Salvation Army in Vancouver is continuing to provide vital social services to the greater
Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, students of Battle Ground Public Schools will
Many health systems are running low on supplies of protective equipment. Battle Ground School District collected the personal protective medical equipment from multiple schools and delivered it to a Legacy Health distribution warehouse.
Evergreen Public Schools donated over 11,000 masks, along with thousands of splash shields and hundreds of pairs of safety glasses to Clark Regional Emergency Service Agency (CRESA).
Winners of the Regional Awards are still set to compete against entries from around Washington State in the Annual State Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) Art Show in Olympia later this spring.
There is so much uncertainty around us right now regarding the Novel Coronavirus COVID-19. If you are uncertain how to feed yourself or your loved ones, help is available.
Woodland Public Schools launched a home learning opportunities website to provide area families with resources to help students continue their learning during the statewide COVID-19 school closure.
In times of great need, we often find ways to help in unexpected places. Margaret Rice, Washougal School District Career and Technical Director, heard about the critical need for personal protective equipment (PPE) for local hospitals, and she knew just where to look.
At their most recent public meeting, the Clark County Council voted unanimously to close all
The City of Vancouver is seeking two volunteers interested in representing the city on the Clark County Historic Preservation Commission. The deadline to apply is 5:00 PM, Wednesday, May 13, 2020.
The City of Battle Ground continues to take guidance from public health officials who recommend additional social-distancing steps to support the efforts against the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. With the continued spread of the virus throughout the region, the City of Battle Ground is closing all city offices to public access effective today, March 17.
Clark County is seeking applicants for three positions on its Commission on Aging. The commission manages and implements the county’s Aging Readiness Plan and fosters countywide awareness, dialogue, and insight into challenges and opportunities for residents of all ages, incomes, and abilities.
County Manager Shawn Henessee is seeking applicants for three for Clark County residents that represent a licensed veterinarian, a livestock owner, and a member at large for the Animal Control Advisory Board.
Congratulations to the Prairie High School debate team members on qualifying for the state competition!
Looking for a place to exercise your green thumb? Vancouver Parks and Recreation’s Community Garden Program has a plot to meet your needs.
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.