A former police chief, a formal-attire company owner and a man who says he was unfairly fired from his city job are among an eclectic batch of small-city candidates looking to unseat incumbents during this year's election.
Committee asks county to include park in master plan
Anita Will has worked for years to keep a historic mill near Whipple Creek from tumbling down.
37 white-tail deer adjust to new life at Ridgefield wildlife refuge
RIDGEFIELD — More than a month after an elaborate multi-agency operation moved some three dozen endangered Columbian white-tailed deer to protected habitat in Clark County, the animals are adapting to their new surroundings.
A camper trailer was destroyed Tuesday evening in Ridgefield by fire that threatened a neighboring shop and another trailer.
Ex-Ridgefield resident used Vancouver building to get loan
A former Ridgefield man pleaded guilty Monday in Portland to multiple crimes related to a September 2008 sham refinancing of an office building in Vancouver, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
The Ridgefield School District broke ground Thursday on a project that will build roughly $49 million worth of new facilities.
Woman veers off road, pinned in car
A woman who crashed her car in Ridgefield Wednesday evening, said the sun got in her eyes, causing her to veer off the road.
First-quarter revenues up, but officials don't know if trend will last
There will be more money for Clark County's small communities, if their first-quarter projections hold steady.
Ridgefield -- Lauren Martin returned home from Reno, Nev., last month the winner of two scholarships from the Western States Angus Auxiliary. The Ridgefield teen was in Reno for the annual Western Regional Junior Angus Show, held April 19 and 20. The junior member of the American Angus Association was awarded a total of $1,000 in scholarships.
A water main broke just after noon on Northwest 199th Street Ridgefield, leaving about 65 customers without water.
After a one-week closure because of a fire, the Pacific Northwest Best Fish Company reopens at 4 p.m. today.
Ridgefield — Ten View Ridge Middle School students were chosen this month as semifinalists in the state's annual "Letters about Literature" competition. Essays by nine eighth-graders and one seventh-grader were picked by judges as some of the best of the 3,400-or-so they received. Including the View Ridge students, 325 young writers made it to the semifinals in the competition, which was sponsored locally by the Washington State Library and the Library of Congress. In Letters about Literature, which has competitions across the country, students write about the books that changed their perspectives on the world or their own lives. The letters are addressed to their favorite authors, whether living or dead. The state competition is part of the Washington Reads program.
Like a scene from the 17th century, local carpenters are using old-world craftsmanship to build a pavilion this month at Ridgefield's Bethany Vineyard.
She's deaf, but it doesn't define her.
Clark Public Utilities' annual event has something for everyone
When the 22nd annual Clark Public Utilities Home & Garden Idea Fair kicks off this weekend, there will be hundreds of plants to choose from. But that's not the only reason to race to the free Clark County event.