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Michelle Li selected for Presidential Scholars program

February 13, 2021, 5:56am Community

BATTLE GROUND — CAM Academy senior Michelle Li was selected by Chris Reykdal, the superintendent of the state Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, as the Washington candidate for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program. Up to 161 students are named to the program each year, being one of the nation’s… Read story

You Can Help

February 13, 2021, 5:55am Community

Clark County CASA, Court Appointed Special Advocate, is hosting multiple one-hour informational webinars for interested volunteers or community members who want to learn more about the program. Sessions will be held at 6 p.m. today and Feb. 24, and at noon on Feb. 17. CASA volunteers advocate for the best… Read story

VAN MALL: Residents of Glenwood Place Senior Living recently held the second of three COVID-19 vaccination clinics, hosted by Walgreens Pharmacy on Feb.

Glenwood staff, residents get vaccine

VAN MALL: Residents of Glenwood Place Senior Living recently held the second of three COVID-19 vaccination clinics, hosted by Walgreens Pharmacy on Feb.

February 13, 2021, 5:55am Community

VAN MALL — Residents of Glenwood Place Senior Living recently held the second of three COVID-19 vaccination clinics, hosted by Walgreens Pharmacy on Feb. 4. Read story

VANCOUVER: Vancouver Police Department Officer Brian Schaffer was named the Law Enforcement Volunteer of the Year for the Police Activities League of Southwest Washington.

Vancouver officer named PAL Volunteer of the Year

VANCOUVER: Vancouver Police Department Officer Brian Schaffer was named the Law Enforcement Volunteer of the Year for the Police Activities League of Southwest Washington.

February 13, 2021, 5:54am Community

VANCOUVER — Vancouver Police Department Officer Brian Schaffer was named the Law Enforcement Volunteer of the Year for the Police Activities League of Southwest Washington. In 2020, the organization had more than 111 officers, deputies and troopers from eight local agencies volunteer a combined 1,100 hours. “Brian is one of… Read story

Everybody Has a Story: Two unknown geeks in a garage

February 7, 2021, 6:03am Clark County Life

I have always enjoyed being anonymous. Book reports in front of my fourth-grade class: yuk. Piano recitals: awful. Public speaking of any ilk: apoplexy. Read story

WOODLAND: TEAM High School, Woodland Public Schools' alternative high school, produced its first graduate from the Class of 2021: Dakota Spencer, who was honored at a brief ceremony on Jan.

First student from TEAM High School Class of 2021 graduates

WOODLAND: TEAM High School, Woodland Public Schools' alternative high school, produced its first graduate from the Class of 2021: Dakota Spencer, who was honored at a brief ceremony on Jan.

February 6, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

WOODLAND — TEAM High School, Woodland Public Schools’ alternative high school, produced its first graduate from the Class of 2021: Dakota Spencer, who was honored at a brief ceremony on Jan. 15. The small ceremony was held in-person with few people to remain safe. Spencer had just started at the… Read story

Jaime Herrera Beutler names winners of app challenge

February 6, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

SHUMWAY — U.S. Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, announced the winners of Southwest Washington’s Congressional App Challenge, voted on by a team of judges made up of science, technology, engineering and math educators, as well as technology professionals from the region. The competition’s first-prize winner is Ian MacDonald of… Read story

MINNEHAHA: Walk & Knock officials Tom Knappenberger and Adam Hegewald, left, present a check for $115,000 to the Clark County Food Bank.

Largest donation in Walk & Knock history goes to food bank

MINNEHAHA: Walk & Knock officials Tom Knappenberger and Adam Hegewald, left, present a check for $115,000 to the Clark County Food Bank.

February 6, 2021, 6:03am Clark County News

MINNEHAHA — Clark County Food Bank received a check for $115,000 recently from Walk & Knock, a local one-day food drive. It was the largest donation in Walk & Knock’s 36-year history. The funds come from hundreds of Clark County residents who were part of the organization’s annual food drive… Read story

RIDGEFIELD: The Ridgefield Police Department received a $70,000 grant for a new patrol vehicle from the Cowlitz Indian Tribe.

Ridgefield police department receives grant from Cowlitz Indian Tribe

RIDGEFIELD: The Ridgefield Police Department received a $70,000 grant for a new patrol vehicle from the Cowlitz Indian Tribe.

February 6, 2021, 5:56am Community

RIDGEFIELD — The Ridgefield Police Department received a $70,000 grant for a new patrol vehicle from the Cowlitz Indian Tribe. Read story

Ridgefield High School cheerleaders play ‘yard sign tag’ during pandemic

February 6, 2021, 5:55am Community

RIDGEFIELD — The Ridgefield High School cheerleading squad found a way to entertain themselves while stuck at home during the pandemic by playing a socially distanced game called “yard sign tag.” Read story