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.
Clark Public Utilities has earned a Smart Energy Provider (SEP) designation from the American Public Power Association for demonstrating commitment to and proficiency in energy efficiency, distributed generation, and environmental initiatives that support a goal of providing low-cost, quality, safe, and reliable electric service.
The Second Mile Marketplace is a new community space open for food producers, food businesses, and food lovers.
Detecting visual impairment while children are still in school can make a significant difference. The Lions Club International makes vision screening part of its mission, and area Lions Clubs are making sure Ridgefield students are checked regularly.
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra continues to celebrate the incredible musical talent of our community’s rising stars, and thanks to a generous anonymous donation, are expanding its Young Artists Competition scholarship fund.
Holiday shopping brings comfort and joy to cats and dogs as “A Christmas Tail” Boutique Opens at Retails Thrift Store.
Local General Contractor Matrix Roofing & Home Solutions recently announced the hiring of Darcy Altizer as Director of Innovation. Altizer formerly served as the Executive Director for Southwest Washington Contractors Association (SWCA) and prior to that as a Vice President for …
Washougal students from Jemtegaard and Canyon Creek Middle Schools are the newest contributors to the surge of public art in Washougal.
Seventh and eighth-grade band brings new opportunities as well, including an extracurricular jazz band, auditions for local and state honor bands, and performing for Ridgefield’s Hometown Celebration in December. Marching band is also part of the seventh and eighth-grade curriculum. They take part in regional parades, including the Hazel Dell Parade of Bands and
The 50th anniversary of Cispus was honored with a resolution at the Ridgefield School Board meeting and with the proclamation of Cispus Outdoor School Week at the Ridgefield City Council meeting. In attendance were some special guests connected with Cispus through the years.
It’s that time of year… and the popular Fall Leaf Coupon Program, courtesy of City of Vancouver and Clark County Public Works, is back to help.
Eight students from Ridgefield High School were recently honored for their accomplishments in music.
Many children grow up wanting to be doctors or nurses. Only a few follow that dream into high school and beyond. Grace Melbuer is not only pursuing her dream of working in healthcare, but she is also making it easier for other students to pursue theirs.
The City of Vancouver is seeking applicants for two vacancies on its City Center Redevelopment Authority (CCRA) board.
The City of Vancouver is seeking applicants for two vacancies on its Downtown Redevelopment Authority Board of Directors. Completed applications must be received by 5:00 PM, Friday, November 1.
Clark County is seeking applicants for openings on the Clean Water Commission.
The Price Foundation has awarded the Clark County Fire and Rescue Firefighters Association a grant for $7830 to replenish CCFR’s supply of smoke alarms.
Who’s ready for recess?