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! :)
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
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.
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
Woodland High School opens to serve as a makeshift rest area for long-haul truckers as many states across the country are closing their rest areas and truck stops due to COVID-19 prevention.
Schools play a vital role in getting communities through a crisis. Even now, when our local schools are closed, they continue to provide essential services that help feed our students bodies and minds, as well as also supporting the efforts of our first responders and health care workers by providing them free childcare during this crisis.
Vancouver Parks and Recreation is closing all active recreation areas in city parks, including sports courts, playgrounds, picnic shelters and other areas where maintaining appropriate social distancing is difficult. The closure goes into effect immediately and will remain in place through April 30.
The Marshall Leadership Award recognizes a person’s leadership potential, commitment to public service, and strength of character.
Schools play a vital role in helping communities get through a crisis and even though schools are closed due to the current COVID-19 virus, Vancouver Public Schools is still hard at work for their community.
Schools play a large part in the lives of the communities they serve, and when the schools had to close due to the pandemic, that role did not go away… it got stronger.
The following is access and availability information related to government facilities from the City of
The Clark County Treasurer’s Office recently announced that business owners impacted by the recent closure
To help our state and nation slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), all schools will be closed through Friday, April 24, 2020. However, school districts are offering free meals for kids during this time.
Evergreen Public School is offering a districtwide breakfast/lunch program with food available for any school age child/student. Meals are being delivered or may be picked up at one of the local schools listed.
Amy Eells of Battle Ground High School and Yeshi Berry of the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics are two of only 12 finalists headed to the state Poetry Out Loud competition in Tacoma on March 7.
The Pink Lemonade Project (PLP) has quietly been lending practical support to breast cancer patients in need of a boost. Last fall, PLP provided financial assistance to 23 local survivors through the Holiday Glow program.
Ridgefield School District is celebrating Youth Arts Month in a big way this year offering an abundance of opportunities for children and the Ridgefield community to discover their creative side through art and music throughout the entire month of March.
Founded in 2008, the Nonprofit Network Southwest Washington is a membership organization of more than 100 local charitable organizations.
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.