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To kick off its new name and nonprofit status, the Storm Nation Foundation announced it will provide $25,000 in scholarships to 2024 Skyview High School graduates.

Skyview High School scholarship program gets an update

To kick off its new name and nonprofit status, the Storm Nation Foundation announced it will provide $25,000 in scholarships to 2024 Skyview High School graduates.

February 10, 2024, 5:36am Community

In the fall of 2020, a group of area residents came together to form a scholarship program that would raise funds and provide scholarships for graduating Skyview seniors as they pursued a college education. The impetus to create the program came from Tom May after he viewed the help and… Read story

The SkillsUSA SW Region welding competition was held at Kelso High School on Jan.

SkillsUSA SW Region welding competitions winners announced

The SkillsUSA SW Region welding competition was held at Kelso High School on Jan.

February 10, 2024, 5:35am Community

The SkillsUSA SW Region welding competition was held at Kelso High School on Jan. 31. Thirty-two students from 12 high schools competed in a variety of timed activities designed to test their skills. Competitive activities included a written test, measuring gauges, oxy-fuel cutting processes, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten… Read story

River HomeLink fourth-grader Brynn Boldemann entered the Petco Love Foundation National Essay Contest last fall, and was recently awarded the top national prize.

Local animal rescue group receives $100,000 grant

River HomeLink fourth-grader Brynn Boldemann entered the Petco Love Foundation National Essay Contest last fall, and was recently awarded the top national prize.

February 10, 2024, 5:33am Community

River HomeLink fourth-grader Brynn Boldemann entered the Petco Love Foundation National Essay Contest last fall, and was recently awarded the top national prize in the contest. A $100,000 grant was awarded to Three Little Pitties Rescue organization in her honor. Read story

More than 230 people attended the 12th annual free Seed Swap and Giveaway on Jan.

12th annual seed swap benefits North County Community Food Bank

More than 230 people attended the 12th annual free Seed Swap and Giveaway on Jan.

February 3, 2024, 5:45am Community

More than 230 people attended the 12th annual free Seed Swap and Giveaway on Jan. 28 to benefit local gardeners and the North County Community Food Bank. The event has grown larger every year and is attended by new and experienced gardeners. The food bank received $100 in donations along… Read story

Woodland Public Schools recognized its school board members during a regular board meeting on Jan.

Woodland Public Schools recognizes board of directors

Woodland Public Schools recognized its school board members during a regular board meeting on Jan.

February 3, 2024, 5:35am Community

Woodland Public Schools recognized members of its board of directors during a regular board meeting on Jan. 25. Read story

Sandy Conway, past Lions Club district governor and zone chairperson, helped Ridgefield Lions welcome three new members in a ceremony on Jan.

Ridgefield Lions welcome three new members

Sandy Conway, past Lions Club district governor and zone chairperson, helped Ridgefield Lions welcome three new members in a ceremony on Jan.

February 3, 2024, 5:30am Community

– Sandy Conway, past Lions Club district governor and zone chairperson, helped Ridgefield Lions welcome three new members at a ceremony on Jan. 24. Individuals at the ceremony included new members Robin LaBonte, Stuart Eggertsen and Sam Clark, and sponsors Shannon Schick, Georgianna Jones and David Schick. Read story

Fourth graders at North Fork Elementary School took part in a daylong Medieval Fair capping off their study of the Middle Ages.

Woodland fourth graders participate in Medieval Fair

Fourth graders at North Fork Elementary School took part in a daylong Medieval Fair capping off their study of the Middle Ages.

January 27, 2024, 5:35am Community

Fourth graders at North Fork Elementary School took part in a daylong Medieval Fair capping off their study of the Middle Ages. The day was filled with a variety of activities capitalizing on the students’ lessons, culminating in a medieval market where students sold their own homemade arts and crafts… Read story

City of Battle Ground honored for excellence in financial reporting

January 27, 2024, 5:35am Community

For the 21st consecutive year, the city of Battle Ground has been honored by the Government Finance Officers Association for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the fiscal year ending Dec. 31, 2022. The city was notified of the award on Jan. 17. Read story

Vancouver grad receives YoungArts award for accomplishments in voice discipline

January 27, 2024, 5:13am Community

Kirstin Walla, who recently graduated from Vancouver School of Arts and Academics and is an alumna of Metropolitan Performing Arts, has received the 2024 YoungArts award in Voice/Popular Category. Read story

Fire District 3 recognizes emergency personnel at annual awards banquet

January 27, 2024, 5:09am Community

Clark County Fire District 3 held its annual awards banquet last month and honored 11 emergency personnel for their outstanding service and dedication to their profession, each other and the community. Read story