The City of Vancouver and Clark County are partnering to conduct a study about the barriers people face when trying to rent or purchase [...]
Marie Stalsberg of Evergreen School District has been named ESD 112’s 2019 classified employee of the year. She is coordinator of Thunder Academy, a [...]
The Battle Ground Public Schools Board of Directors has selected retired educator Mark Watrin to fill the District 4 director position left vacant when [...]
It can be hard to teach kids real-life lessons in time, money, and giving. Heck, when my kids were little I'm pretty sure there [...]
The Hockinson School District Board of Directors has selected Steve Marshall to be the district’s new superintendent. Marshall was one of four candidates who [...]
The Clark County Recycled Arts Festival was presented a 2018 Game Changer Award from Vancouver’s Downtown Association. The Recycled Arts Festival was named People’s [...]
Whether you’re just starting to think about waste issues or you’ve been living a highly-conscious lifestyle already, there is always room for improvement. Take [...]
Battle Ground Public Schools alternative learning experience programs are now accepting applications for enrollment for the 2019-20 school year. Parents and students are invited [...]
Could your Vancouver neighborhood use help with traffic safety? The City of Vancouver's Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program is accepting proposals and champion projects from [...]
Earth, Wind, Water, and Fire, the four ELEMENTS are represented through several pieces of art placed around the town of Washougal. The project started [...]
Don't look now, but here comes Fall. And with that, the inevitable piles upon piles of leaves. But there's a solution. Residents are encouraged [...]
The Ridgefield School District Board of Directors announced the unanimous approval of Stephanie Goad as Assistant Principal of Sunset Ridge Intermediate School and View [...]
Rocksolid Community Teen Center Executive Director, Marcy Sprecher, was recently honored for her work with the youth in the community regarding drug and alcohol prevention [...]
On Friday, June 8th, Ridgefield High School named three seniors who were each awarded the Mary Christian Jones Scholarship. Adrienne Nicholson was given $1,500. [...]
Concerned about traffic in your neighborhood? Vancouver residents are invited to champion projects for possible selection by the City of Vancouver's Neighborhood Traffic Calming Program in 2018.
The Vancouver Fire Department has received a notice from the Consumer Product Safety Commission that Kidde dual-sensor smoke alarms installed in Vancouver homes have been recalled. Vancouver Fire Marshal Heidi Scarpelli urges residents who received a smoke alarm from the Vancouver Fire Department between September 2016 and March 2018 to remove the alarm from the wall/ceiling and visually inspect it through the opening on the side of the alarm for the presence of a yellow cap.