Clark Public Utilities is distributing grants of up to $500 to utility customers with outstanding balances on their electric and/or water utility accounts due to
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With mounting COVID numbers in Washington state, and specifically Clark County, Evergreen Public Schools Superintendent
For the past six years, the Southwest Washington Winery Association has organized a fall barrel tasting regional touring event during Thanksgiving weekend. In 2020, of course, everything has to be different. You can still drink wine and earn stamps…
Since 2002, families in Clark County have met for an early morning run before gathering around their Thanksgiving table. As popularity and numbers grew, these families realized that their traditional morning run could become a meaningful way to serve the hungry in their communities, especially on a day like Thanksgiving, and Turkey Trot became a Clark County tradition.
The superintendents of nine Clark County school districts have collectively agreed to move forward with bringing small groups (pods/cohorts) of kindergarten students to school buildings for in-person instruction in the coming weeks.
When Ridgefield schools transitioned to remote learning, librarians Emily Crawford, Jill Guccini, and Jubilee Roth wanted to continue to put actual books in students’ hands—even while the school buildings were closed. Curbside Checkout became a perfect solution.
Battle Ground Parks and Recreation is keeping the tradition and spirit of Halloween alive with its family-friendly Halloween in the Park drive-thru trick-or-treat event at Kiwanis Park.
The Building Futures Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit and extension of the Building Industry Association of
Even during a pandemic we still have lots to be grateful for and the November First Friday Week in Downtown Camas will highlight this with gratitude activities… and lots of pie.
For members of Battle Ground high schools’ Health Occupation Students of America, or HOSA clubs,
Join StreamTeam in celebrating Make a Difference Day of Service 2020 by sharing how you
Northwest Wine and Food Society announced the third award in their Restaurant Reboot program. A $2000 grant was awarded to Keri Buhman of C’est la Vie French café in Vancouver. The grant is for the support of reopening and ongoing expenses in wake of the pandemic.
The season is changing quickly from “Fall” to “Fell”. Don’t let clogged stormwater drains dampen your spirits or drain your wallet. Clark County residents can once again use the Free Leaf Disposal Coupon for disposal of leaves at four drop-off sites, from October 1 through December 31, 2020.
Clark County Public Health’s Green Neighbors program is turning eight this year, and the public
The Clark County Council and the Vancouver City Council approved a memorandum of agreement that creates a joint executive group on homelessness to enable leaders from both organizations to collaborate on projects and initiatives that will address homelessness and its impacts within the county.
The Clark County Council is accepting applications to fill a vacancy on
The City of Vancouver and the county manager are seeking applicants with an interest in government and educational access television and cable television franchising to fill open positions on its City/County Telecommunications Commission.
Batman had one. Superman had one. So did Wonder Woman. And you do, too. What do we all have in common? We want to keep our identity safe.
The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day aims to provide a safe,