Now is your opportunity to recognize the work of young professional and youth leaders by
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The annual Race for Warmth is a great way to get out and be active while helping those in our community who may be struggling. This year, Race for Warmth will be a virtual race taking place January 29-31, 2021; but even though the race is virtual, the funds raised for Operation Warm Heart will be able to offer some real help to those in need.
The City of Vancouver, Clark County Public Health and Clark Regional Emergency Services Agencies (CRESA) have partnered with Washington State Department of Health and the non-profit organization Health Commons Project to open a no-barrier COVID-19 rapid testing site.
The Clark County Council will consider revising the county’s fireworks rules during a public hearing
Battle Ground Public Schools will host a virtual Levy Information Night to provide details and answer questions about Proposition 5, the district’s replacement educational programs and operations levy that will be on the February 9, 2021, ballot.
Evergreen Public Schools will begin to welcome more and more students back for in-person learning beginning January 19. The district announced it would be following Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s new guidelines announced in December, along with Clark County Public Health’s direction, allowing schools to offer more in-person learning as COVID transmission numbers flatten.
For the thirteenth consecutive year, J.D. Power recognizes Clark Public Utilities for ranking highest in residential customer satisfaction among midsize electricity providers in the Western United States.
OK, so it’s not actually the very first Friday of January… but you can still enjoy a First Friday week of fun activities. And, if you’re getting a late start on completing the daily challenges, don’t worry, you have until Friday, January 8, 2021, at 3:00 PM to finish!
Do a little shopping for yourself, or your loved one, and help support a local Camas young woman in her fight against cancer. Natalia’s Cafe in Camas is hosting the fundraiser and silent auction, bidding will be open from Thursday, December 17th, at 10:00 AM through Sunday, December 20th at 8:00 PM.
Each year, the Hazel Dell/Salmon Creek Business Association (HDSCBA), in conjunction with Clark County Fire
Our community couldn’t have predicted what 2020 had in store for us. While we can recognize some things are beyond our control, we can still collectively bring cheer and joy by participating in Santa’s Posse.
Celebrate the Holiday season in the Ridgefield tradition with Hometown Celebration. Things look a bit different this year, but there are still ways to celebrate the season, connect with your community, and enjoy a town flooding with holiday cheer.
During these challenging times, the annual Walk & Knock Food Drive will continue supporting those in need in our community. Bag folding and door to door collection will not be happening in 2020. Rather, community members have three options to support Walk & Knock.
The city of Battle Ground invites the community to kick off the holiday season with the annual Holiday Tree Lighting on Friday, December 4, 2020, at 6:00 pm. The community’s long-standing tradition will be held virtually this year, but will continue to embrace everyone’s favorite moments.
In case you missed it, your local Clark County Councilors, in a split 3-2 vote, adopted a new code to eliminate yet another long-standing Summer celebration.
With mounting COVID numbers in Washington state, and specifically Clark County, Evergreen Public Schools Superintendent
Some classes are a challenge to teach online, and choir is one of them. It’s harder to hear how a choir’s harmony blends over a small computer speaker versus being surrounded by sound. But even with online classes, Ridgefield choir teacher Bobbe Whetsell thought her students should be able to hear how they would sound in concert. So she painstakingly compiled dozens of student videos into a virtual “concert”—for each of her five classes.
The interim county manager is seeking applicants to fill two positions on the volunteer Community Action Advisory Board.
You know the old saying, “What goes up, must come down.” That saying rings true with Christmas trees. I like to get my Christmas tree up as early as possible, and keep it up as long as possible, but, yes, eventually it is time to undecorate the tree and let it go.
Medicines help treat diseases, manage chronic conditions, and improve health and well-being for millions of Americans. But, with two-thirds of prescribed medications going unused, the amount of medicine accumulating in households is substantial — and dangerous.
When you think of firefighters you probably imagine men and women who pull hoses, fight fires, save lives, and work hard, and you would be right. But Artists? Not likely.
Nailed It! Sunset Edition came about because Counselor Kayla Mitchell was looking for ways for students to have fun outside of class—which is a little more of a challenge when they are all remote learning. The Nailed It! contest was one that could be done easily at home and also offered kids and families a different, fun activity.
The county manager is seeking applicants to fill several positions on the volunteer Community Action Advisory Board. Clark County is looking to diversify the board composition and encourages people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives to apply, especially those from historically oppressed or underserved communities.
The Clark Public Utilities commission recently voted to approve annual budgets for
Interim County Manager Kathleen Otto is seeking applicants for several open positions on the volunteer Animal Protection and Control Advisory Board. All the openings are for terms that begin immediately.