A Woodland man was injured in a rollover collision Thursday afternoon on Highway 503 at Butte Hill Road, about two miles east of Woodland.
La Center has pushed back the date of a swearing-in ceremony for the city's new police chief.
High school students hear story of Brianna, one of their own
LA CENTER -- In a detached tone, Brianna, a fresh-faced and youthful-looking student, sketched a scene of lost innocence.
La Center Mayor Jim Irish will administer the oath of office to Police Chief Marc Denney during a public ceremony next month.
Green Mountain voters OK money for portable building
The La Center School District's capital projects levy appears to have failed, according to the unofficial returns Tuesday night.
First returns expected shortly after 8 p.m. tonight
Voters today are deciding school funding measures in the Battle Ground, La Center and Green Mountain school districts.
Bill would control market to match recreational sales
More voices were heard Tuesday morning in the debate about Washington's dueling marijuana markets.
Agreement means no prison time, but contact still limited
A 30-year-old Battle Ground father was sentenced Tuesday to 30 days in jail for assaulting his infant son last year after the baby didn't stop crying.
Fire severely damaged a vacant house in La Center Saturday morning.
Groundbreaking for station a triumph after years of effort
WOODLAND -- Emotions tugged at Janice Graham as she and her family watched city officials clasp their golden-bladed groundbreaking shovels Saturday at the site where the city's new police station will take shape.
'The colors are beautiful' at bulb farm's annual festival and farmers market in Woodland
With more than 140 varieties of tulips in its designer garden, and the introduction of a "you pick" field where people can pluck their own bouquets, the 11th annual Woodland Tulip Festival is shaping up to be a success, said Benno Dobbe, owner of Holland America Bulb Farms.
Annual event at Holland America Bulb Farms in Woodland offers ‘you pick’ field this year
This is your year, tulip fans. The Woodland Tulip Festival will open up a new “you pick” field on weekends, so visitors can bring home their own bouquets of the signature spring beauty.
Two area cities have earned the designation "Tree City U.S.A.," the Washington State Department of Natural Resources announced Wednesday.
Amboy -- Lori Homola was honored for her outstanding community service work for schools and other organizations by the Mountain Valley Grange No. 79 during its Booster Recognition Night on March 22. Dave Johnson and Elinor Collins were also honored for their contributions to the Grange itself. There was plenty of homemade musical and comedic entertainment, along with a history of the Mountain Valley Grange, which was organized in 1889 in a Chelatchie Prairie log cabin; the current Grange hall was built by the members themselves in 1936. Improvements and upgrades are always under way.
The Ridgefield School District did not comply with federal grant requirements for free and reduced breakfast and lunch programs, according to the Washington State Auditor’s Office.