Do you know a local artist? It is time for the Clark County Arts Commission to choose its annual Lifetime Achievement Award. This award [...]
Rocksolid Community Teen Center has been chosen in the Top 200 for the State Farm Neighborhood Assist grant program. The 40 causes with the [...]
The Historic Trust recently announced that Mike Williams will serve as Interim President and CEO as The Historic Trust (THT) searches for a permanent [...]
What an honor it will be for 25 Battle Ground High School Choir members while they join the world-renowned classic rock band Foreigner on [...]
The Clark County Board of Health is seeking applicants for three positions on the volunteer Public Health Advisory Council. The board is accepting applications [...]
Woodland High School teacher, Kimberly Miller, who teaches consumer science, was recently named 2019 Regional Teacher of the Year. She was one of eight [...]
The Building Futures Foundation recently awarded seven students with academic scholarships from the Building Industry Association (BIA) of Clark County. Each student will receive [...]
Over the years, the Clark County Fair Association has helped countless college-bound students in the community by making hundreds of thousands of dollars available [...]
On Wednesday, June 6th, the Annual Fred Meyer Junior Parade took place in Portland's Hollywood District where Pleasant Valley Middle School Marching Band took [...]
Ridgefield School District officials recognized the May Employee and Students of the Month at the regular Board of Directors meeting. The Employee of the [...]
Classroom Cash, a program put together by local community partner TwinStar Credit Union, supports local educators and their students by providing financial assistance for items that will enrich and enhance the school experience, has distributed over $35,000 in Classroom Cash grants to area teachers...
Daybreak Youth Services is launching a series of free educational forums related to the disease of addiction called Conversations with the Community. The inaugural forum will focus on Young People and Addiction: Separating fact from fiction.
Art, Youth and You! Join in the local version of this national annual celebration of visual and performing arts at the Ridgefield First Saturday event on March 3, 2018 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.
The Red Cross will honor the heroic, lifesaving and outstanding actions of local community members at the Hero Awards Breakfast on March 9, 2018.
Have you ever considered a career in law enforcement? Or just looking to volunteer in your community in a meaningful and exciting way? Working as a reserve deputy is a rewarding experience that can also be an opportunity to explore the possibility of a full time career in law enforcement. It is also ideal for professional adults interested in public safety and service to the community but are unable to commit to a full time law enforcement career.
(Ed. Note: An additional hour has been added on Friday, and they are now accepting walkups both days.) Klineline Kids Fishing gives children the opportunity to experience the thrill of catching a fish and educational sessions help children learn more about fishing, water safety and the outdoors. This event also puts children in close connection to our Counties First Responders. Firefighters, police, game wardens, and medics are present and available to visit with the kids. Children also make a one-to-one connection with local anglers who volunteer to mentor them in fishing.
Where do you get your fresh produce? There's been a lot of talk over the years that it is best to buy your food as close to the source as possible, and you can't get much closer than on the farm it was grown. Hurray for CSA! CSA stands for Community-Supported Agriculture and is a subscription to a season’s worth of sustainable, locally grown produce that is distributed to members throughout the harvesting season.