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Students in Career and Technical Education classes at Washougal School District gain hands-on job experience with project-based curriculum created in partnership with area industry professionals.

Washougal High School celebrates Career and Technical Education Month

Students in Career and Technical Education classes at Washougal School District gain hands-on job experience with project-based curriculum created in partnership with area industry professionals.

March 2, 2024, 5:20am Community

Students in Career and Technical Education classes in the Washougal School District got hands-on job experience with a project-based curriculum created in partnership with area industry professionals during Career and Technical Education Month in February. Read story

Prairie High School student Addison Randall recently spent a week at the state Capitol in Olympia to serve as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives.

Rep. McClintock sponsors high school student from Battle Ground as page

Prairie High School student Addison Randall recently spent a week at the state Capitol in Olympia to serve as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives.

February 24, 2024, 5:45am Community

BATTLE GROUND – Prairie High School student Addison Randall recently spent a week at the state Capitol in Olympia serving as a page in the Washington State House of Representatives. Addison was sponsored by 18th District Rep. Stephanie McClintock, R-Vancouver. Read story

In partnership with Boys &amp; Girls Clubs of America, Panda Express presented the ribbon-cutting for the newest Panda Cares Center of Hope at the Clinton and Gloria John Clubhouse on Jan.

Panda Express and Boys & Girls Club open Panda Cares Center of Hope in Hazel Dell

In partnership with Boys &amp; Girls Clubs of America, Panda Express presented the ribbon-cutting for the newest Panda Cares Center of Hope at the Clinton and Gloria John Clubhouse on Jan.

February 24, 2024, 5:40am Community

In partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Panda Express cut the ribbon for the newest Panda Cares Center of Hope at the Clinton and Gloria John Clubhouse on Jan. 31. Read story

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Ridgefield School District honors February employee and students of the month

On Feb.

February 24, 2024, 5:35am Community

RIDGEFIELD – Ridgefield School District officials recognized the February 2024 employee and students of the month at the Feb. 12 school board meeting. Read story

Elementary students at Washougal School District benefited from a flurry of early literacy programs this winter.

Community partnerships boost literacy efforts in Washougal School District

Elementary students at Washougal School District benefited from a flurry of early literacy programs this winter.

February 24, 2024, 5:35am Community

Elementary students at Washougal School District benefited from a flurry of early literacy programs this winter. Recent book donations and literacy grants at Washougal schools help to provide young learners with early reading materials. Early literacy lays the foundation for future learning by strengthening critical thinking skills, creativity, and comprehension. Read story

100 Women Who Care Clark County recently presented $5,100 to Girls on the Run Greater Oregon.

Girls on the Run Greater Oregon receives support from 100 Women Who Care

100 Women Who Care Clark County recently presented $5,100 to Girls on the Run Greater Oregon.

February 24, 2024, 5:32am Community

Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $5,100 to Girls on the Run Greater Oregon on Feb. 7 at their first meeting of 2024 held at Salud! Wine Bar in Camas. Olivia Katbi, development director, accepted the funds on behalf of the organization. The local giving circle selected… Read story

Columbia River High School student serves as legislative page in Olympia

February 17, 2024, 5:48am Community

WEST HAZEL DELL – Ashlye Triebs, a student at Columbia River High School, served as a page Feb. 4-9 in the state House of Representatives. Sponsored by Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, Ashlye is the child of Norma Triebs and Samuel Triebs of Vancouver. Pages assume a wide variety of responsibilities,… Read story

Furry Friends leadership recently expressed its gratitude for the dedication, compassion and generosity of more than 200 individuals who gave 112,468 hours of their time for the year 2023.

Furry Friends thanks 2023 volunteers

Furry Friends leadership recently expressed its gratitude for the dedication, compassion and generosity of more than 200 individuals who gave 112,468 hours of their time for the year 2023.

February 17, 2024, 5:35am Community

VANCOUVER – The leadership at Furry Friends recently took time to thank more than 200 individuals who gave more than 112,468 hours of their time to the cat rescue organization for the year 2023. Read story

Marlene Ashworth, leadership development manager for Clark County Food Bank, shared a presentation about alleviating hunger and its root causes at Clark County Newcomers Club&rsquo;s monthly coffee and business meeting on Feb 6.

Clark County Newcomers Club helps fight food insecurity

Marlene Ashworth, leadership development manager for Clark County Food Bank, shared a presentation about alleviating hunger and its root causes at Clark County Newcomers Club&rsquo;s monthly coffee and business meeting on Feb 6.

February 14, 2024, 5:35am Community

VANCOUVER – Marlene Ashworth, leadership development manager for Clark County Food Bank, shared a presentation about alleviating hunger and its root causes at Clark County Newcomers Club’s monthly coffee and business meeting on Feb. 6. Clark County Newcomers Club members answered the call by bringing nonperishable donations to the meeting.… Read story

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