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Rep. Waters sponsors Liberty Middle School student as House page

January 28, 2023, 5:19am Community

Justin Fisher, 14, a student at Liberty Middle School, recently spent a week serving as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives. Read story

Ridgefield’s first Special Olympics Unified Basketball Team competes

January 28, 2023, 5:17am Community

RIDGEFIELD – Ridgefield High School recently hosted its first Special Olympics Unified Basketball Team. In unified sports, people with and without intellectual disabilities play together on the same team, promoting… Read story

Union High School student Reid Shepard recently worked as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives, sponsored by Rep.

Vancouver teen joins Rep. Paul Harris as a page in state House of Representatives

Union High School student Reid Shepard recently worked as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives, sponsored by Rep.

January 28, 2023, 5:16am Community

Union High School student Reid Shepard recently worked as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives, sponsored by 17th District Rep. Paul Harris, R-Vancouver. Read story

Students from the Ridgefield School District high school Steel Ridge Robotics team will be teaching a large group of fifth- to eighth-graders as part of the SpudBot Academy program.

Ridgefield High School’s Steel Ridge Robotics students lead SpudBot Academy

Students from the Ridgefield School District high school Steel Ridge Robotics team will be teaching a large group of fifth- to eighth-graders as part of the SpudBot Academy program.

January 21, 2023, 6:04am Community

Soon, students from the Ridgefield School District high school Steel Ridge Robotics team will be teaching a large group of fifth- to eigth- graders. Read story

Furry Friends adopted out 506 cats and kittens for 2022 which is a record number for the shelter. Including lucky little Carlos the cat as their 500th adopted furry friend.

Furry Friends finds homes for 500 cats in 2022

Furry Friends adopted out 506 cats and kittens for 2022 which is a record number for the shelter. Including lucky little Carlos the cat as their 500th adopted furry friend.

January 21, 2023, 6:04am Community

Furry Friends adopted out 506 cats and kittens for 2022 — a record number for the shelter. Their 500th adoption was to Dr. Anna Reading from Horizon Veterinary Care, a new practice that just opened in east Vancouver at 1900 N.E. 162nd Ave. Suite D110, and her family. Read story

Ridgefield School District's January employee of the month is Karen Moses.

Ridgefield School District salutes January employee and students of the month

Ridgefield School District's January employee of the month is Karen Moses.

January 21, 2023, 6:03am Community

On Jan. 10, the Ridgefield School District officials recognized the January 2023 employee and students of the month at the regular Board of Directors meeting. Read story

Assistance League Southwest Washington recently presented Innovative Services NW with a check for $16,000 to support its pediatric therapy program.

Assistance League Southwest Washington donates to strengthen local communities

Assistance League Southwest Washington recently presented Innovative Services NW with a check for $16,000 to support its pediatric therapy program.

January 21, 2023, 6:02am Community

Assistance League Southwest Washington recently presented Innovative Services NW with a check for $16,000 to support its pediatric therapy program. The program includes speech, physical and orthopedic services for the special needs of children in our community. Read story

Washougal School District and Washougal Community Library partnered to bring hands-on robotics lessons to students in kindergarten through fifth grade at Gause and Hathaway elementary schools.

Washougal School District, community library host K-5 robotics programs

Washougal School District and Washougal Community Library partnered to bring hands-on robotics lessons to students in kindergarten through fifth grade at Gause and Hathaway elementary schools.

January 14, 2023, 5:21am Community

Washougal School District and Washougal Community Library joined forces in December to bring hands-on robotics lessons to students in kindergarten through fifth grade at Gause and Hathaway elementary schools. Alongside school and community librarians, students in third through fifth grades created robot prototypes in the school library media centers. Read story

Hope Batchelder, a class of 2023 graduate who recently completed her studies at TEAM High School, Woodland Public Schools' alternative high school, volunteers at Healing Steps, an occupational therapy clinic offering people with disabilities rehabilitative therapy using horseback riding and horse care.

Student volunteer uses horses to offer rehabilitation therapy for people with disabilities

Hope Batchelder, a class of 2023 graduate who recently completed her studies at TEAM High School, Woodland Public Schools' alternative high school, volunteers at Healing Steps, an occupational therapy clinic offering people with disabilities rehabilitative therapy using horseback riding and horse care.

January 14, 2023, 5:20am Community

Hope Batchelder, a class of 2023 graduate who recently completed her studies at TEAM High School, Woodland Public Schools’ alternative high school, volunteers at Healing Steps, an occupational therapy clinic offering people with disabilities rehabilitative therapy using horseback riding and horse care. Read story

Woodland Middle School's English Language Arts teachers teamed up with teachers in the Diverse Support Plan who serve students with disabilities to create an innovative approach to reading comprehension where both groups of students teach and learn from one another.

Woodland Middle School students team up to help those with disabilities read

Woodland Middle School's English Language Arts teachers teamed up with teachers in the Diverse Support Plan who serve students with disabilities to create an innovative approach to reading comprehension where both groups of students teach and learn from one another.

January 14, 2023, 5:20am Community

Woodland Middle School’s English language arts teachers teamed up with teachers in the Diverse Support Plan who serve students with disabilities to create an innovative approach to reading comprehension in which both groups of students teach and learn from one another. Read story