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BRUSH PRAIRIE: The Silver Buckle Youth Equestrian Center was able to replace their old 1964 Ford tractor with a new one called Hugo, named after its "first large donor who asked to be anonymous."

Silver Buckle Ranch in Brush Prairie secures funding for new tractor

BRUSH PRAIRIE: The Silver Buckle Youth Equestrian Center was able to replace their old 1964 Ford tractor with a new one called Hugo, named after its "first large donor who asked to be anonymous."

February 6, 2021, 5:54am Community

BRUSH PRAIRIE — After four years of fundraising, the Silver Buckle Youth Equestrian Center was able to replace its 1964 Ford tractor with a new one that they have named Hugo, after the “first large donor who asked to be anonymous.” The nonprofit used the old Ford as its “big… Read story

WASHOUGAL: Alexandra Yost, the Washougal School District's first CTE professional technical assistant, former owner and chef of OurBar and member of the Washougal City Council, will help manage a CTE-operated food truck and oversee the implementation of a Green Schools Program.

Washougal schools Career and Technical Education program to offer two new hands-on projects

WASHOUGAL: Alexandra Yost, the Washougal School District's first CTE professional technical assistant, former owner and chef of OurBar and member of the Washougal City Council, will help manage a CTE-operated food truck and oversee the implementation of a Green Schools Program.

February 6, 2021, 5:54am Community

WASHOUGAL — Washougal School District’s Career and Technical Education program will offer two new educational opportunities for project-based learning, overseen by Alexandra Yost, the school’s first CTE professional technical assistant. Read story

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February 6, 2021, 5:54am 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. Read story

CLARK COUNTY: Clark County Quilters held their 45th annual Quiltfest Northwest quilt and fiber arts show virtually between Nov. 12 and Dec. 31.

Clark County Quilters hold annual festival virtually

CLARK COUNTY: Clark County Quilters held their 45th annual Quiltfest Northwest quilt and fiber arts show virtually between Nov. 12 and Dec. 31.

January 30, 2021, 5:57am Community

CLARK COUNTY — Clark County Quilters held their 45th annual Quiltfest Northwest quilt and fiber arts show virtually between Nov. 12 and Dec. 31. Read story

VANCOUVER: Harold "Harry" R. Chaffee, 75, died at his Vancouver home on Jan. 17.

Vancouver’s ‘Candy Man’ Harry Chaffee dies

VANCOUVER: Harold "Harry" R. Chaffee, 75, died at his Vancouver home on Jan. 17.

January 30, 2021, 5:57am Community

VANCOUVER — Harold “Harry” R. Chaffee, 75, died at his Vancouver home on Jan. 17. Known as the “Candy Man,” Chaffee was a food broker and owned the S&L Brokerage firm in Vancouver, representing many brands of candy, including Trolli Gummi candies, Bob’s Candy Canes and the Sweets brand. Read story

Vancouver Boys & Girls Clubs partners with Comcast for free internet access

January 30, 2021, 5:55am Community

VANCOUVER — The Boys & Girls Clubs in Vancouver recently worked with Comcast to establish “Lift Zones” to help low-income families connect to the internet while students learn remotely. Read story

LAKE SHORE: Loise-Elaine Smith-Zoll decorated her home with an American Flag in honor of President Joe Biden's inauguration.

Lake Shore resident decorates home for inauguration

LAKE SHORE: Loise-Elaine Smith-Zoll decorated her home with an American Flag in honor of President Joe Biden's inauguration.

January 30, 2021, 5:55am Community

LAKE SHORE: In honor of President Joe Biden’s inauguration, Loise-Elaine Smith-Zoll decorated her Lakeview Estates home with patriotic bunting and a new American Flag. Read story

Wall of Remembrance for Korean War inches closer to completion

January 30, 2021, 5:55am Community

VANCOUVER — The members of the Richard L. Quartier Southwest Washington Chapter 321 of the Korean War Veterans Association have so far raised $109,140 for a Wall of Remembrance, a Washington, D.C., memorial that would contain the names of the 36,574 Americans who gave their lives during the conflict. Read story

BATTLE GROUND: Battle Ground Elks Lodge No. 2589 recently received two grants from the Elks National Foundation. One grant for $5,500 will help the Battle Ground Education Foundation.

Battle Ground Elks Lodge donates to local organizations

BATTLE GROUND: Battle Ground Elks Lodge No. 2589 recently received two grants from the Elks National Foundation. One grant for $5,500 will help the Battle Ground Education Foundation.

January 30, 2021, 5:55am Community

BATTLE GROUND — Battle Ground Elks Lodge No. 2589 recently received two grants from the Elks National Foundation; $2,000 of that will help the Battle Ground Adventist Community Services diaper bank. Read story

Woodland school staffers create Winter Break Boxes to help families in need

January 30, 2021, 5:54am Community

WOODLAND — Woodland Public Schools’ Family Community Resource Center teamed up with Columbia Elementary School Secretary Elizabeth “Liz” Landrigan and her husband, Scott Landrigan, safety and facilities director for Woodland Public Schools, to run a neighborhood project to benefit families in need during the two-week break when district food services… Read story