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CAMAS: Local teen and owner of Camas Typewriter Co.

Camas Typewriter Co. sees business boom

CAMAS: Local teen and owner of Camas Typewriter Co.

April 9, 2022, 5:09am Community

The Columbian recently published a Working in Clark County story featuring local high school sophomore Benjamin Hromadka, who runs his own typewriter repair and restoration business, Camas Typewriter Co. Read story

SUNNYSIDE: The talents of River HomeLink's theater students were on full display March 25 and 25 as they performed the beloved children's story "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe." (Photo contributed by Battle Ground Public Schools)

River Homelink students bring Narnia to life

SUNNYSIDE: The talents of River HomeLink's theater students were on full display March 25 and 25 as they performed the beloved children's story "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe." (Photo contributed by Battle Ground Public Schools)

April 2, 2022, 6:00am Community

The talents of River HomeLink’s theater students were on full display March 25 and 26 in the beloved children’s story, “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.” Performances were held in the Prairie High School Auditorium, and the play was produced by special arrangement with The Dramatic Publishing Co. Read story

LINCOLN: The Fort Vancouver Rose Society tended the rose garden at Covington House on a damp morning on March 22.

Volunteers do spring cleaning at the Covington House rose garden

LINCOLN: The Fort Vancouver Rose Society tended the rose garden at Covington House on a damp morning on March 22.

April 2, 2022, 5:45am Community

The Fort Vancouver Rose Society tended the rose garden at Covington House on a damp morning on March 22. Eleven volunteers from the rose society spent several hours pruning roses, planting new roses and digging up weeds. Those volunteers included Bob Britt, Dan and Jan DeWeese, David and Julie Goggin,… Read story

Shahala Middle School library had an educational community sci-fi fantasy event called READCON on March 24.

Shahala Middle School library hosts community sci-fi event

Shahala Middle School library had an educational community sci-fi fantasy event called READCON on March 24.

April 2, 2022, 5:29am Community

Shahala Middle School library held an educational and community sci-fi fantasy event called READCON on March 24, the first big community event like this since before the pandemic. It was organized by teacher-librarian and Jedi Master Paul Warner and attended by hundreds, including middle school and elementary school students with… Read story

Sam Arola and Gordon Brooks of Clark County Fire District 10 were named as the North Clark Historical Museum's 2022 Citizens of the Year at the museum's annual membership meeting in February. They were recognized for their commitment to the fire department and community.

Sam Arola, Gordon Brooks named 2022 Citizens of the Year

Sam Arola and Gordon Brooks of Clark County Fire District 10 were named as the North Clark Historical Museum's 2022 Citizens of the Year at the museum's annual membership meeting in February. They were recognized for their commitment to the fire department and community.

April 2, 2022, 5:27am Community

Sam Arola and Gordon Brooks of Clark County Fire District 10 were named as the North Clark Historical Museum’s 2022 Citizens of the Year for their commitment to the fire department and their commitment to the community. Read story

VANCOUVER: The 2021 Neighborhood Leadership Award was presented to Debbie and Greg Nelson, the leaders of Clark Neighbors Food Project by Steve Abramson, chair of the Neighborhood Associations Council of Clark County.

Clark Neighbors Food Project earns Neighborhood Leadership Award

VANCOUVER: The 2021 Neighborhood Leadership Award was presented to Debbie and Greg Nelson, the leaders of Clark Neighbors Food Project by Steve Abramson, chair of the Neighborhood Associations Council of Clark County.

April 2, 2022, 5:15am Community

Debbie and Greg Nelson, the leaders of Clark Neighbors Food Project, won the 2021 Neighborhood Leadership Award from the Neighborhood Associations Council of Clark County. This annual award, presented this year by council Chair Steve Abramson, is given to an individual or group whose activities contribute materially to the quality… Read story

Everybody Has a Story: How to spot a New York native

March 27, 2022, 6:04am Clark County Life

It was November 1965 and the commuter train had barely reached the end of the platform in Brooklyn. I was returning from a business trip to Hartford, Conn., when it all happened: The lights went out. It later became known as The Blackout and lots of babies were born 9… Read story

March is Ridgefield Youth Arts Month, and schools in Ridgefield are celebrating youth involvement in the arts with a month full of art activities, classes, and events.

Ridgefield Youth Arts Month celebrates the arts

March is Ridgefield Youth Arts Month, and schools in Ridgefield are celebrating youth involvement in the arts with a month full of art activities, classes, and events.

March 27, 2022, 5:37am Community

March is Ridgefield Youth Arts Month, and schools in Ridgefield are celebrating youth involvement in the arts with a month full of art activities, classes, and events. Read story

Battle Ground High School drama students recently presented their take on "Baskerville," a Ken Ludwig comedy loosely based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes mystery "The Hound of the Baskervilles." (Photo contributed by Battle Ground Public Schools)

Battle Ground High School drama puts comedic spin on Sherlock Holmes

Battle Ground High School drama students recently presented their take on "Baskerville," a Ken Ludwig comedy loosely based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes mystery "The Hound of the Baskervilles." (Photo contributed by Battle Ground Public Schools)

March 27, 2022, 5:36am Community

Battle Ground High School drama students recently presented their take on “Baskerville,” a Ken Ludwig comedy loosely based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes mystery “The Hound of the Baskervilles.” Read story

Battle Ground High School world history teacher Amanda Fulfer is excited to join other educators from around the state on a trip to Poland in July, put together by the Holocaust Center for Humanity in Seattle.

Battle Ground High School teacher to gain perspective during summer trip to Poland

Battle Ground High School world history teacher Amanda Fulfer is excited to join other educators from around the state on a trip to Poland in July, put together by the Holocaust Center for Humanity in Seattle.

March 27, 2022, 5:35am Community

Battle Ground High School world history teacher Amanda Fulfer is excited to join other educators from around the state on a trip to Poland in July, put together by the Holocaust Center for Humanity in Seattle. Read story