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Ann Rivers takes buyout to leave Longview assistant city manager position

May 22, 2024, 7:45am Clark County News

Longview is paying Assistant City Manager Ann Rivers and City Attorney Dana Gigler at least $100,000 combined to stop working for the city. Read story

Republican Sen. Ann Rivers will not seek another term in state Senate

April 5, 2024, 12:18pm Clark County News

Republican State Sen. Ann Rivers announced Friday she will not seek reelection to the state Senate. Read story

Skyview High School freshman serves as page for Sen. Ann Rivers

March 23, 2024, 5:57am Community

NORTH SALMON CREEK – Garrett Studer, a ninth-grader at Skyview High School, recently spent a week working as a page for the Washington State Senate at the Capitol in Olympia. Studer was one of 32 students who served in the Senate during the ninth and final week of the 2024… Read story

Sen. Ann Rivers and Rep. Stephanie McClintock of the 18th Legislative District discuss issues such as crime and housing affordability at a Saturday town hall in Battle Ground.

18th Legislative District lawmakers provide legislative update on crime, health care, guns, housing

Sen. Ann Rivers and Rep. Stephanie McClintock of the 18th Legislative District discuss issues such as crime and housing affordability at a Saturday town hall in Battle Ground.

February 19, 2024, 6:28pm Clark County News

Crime, health care, gun rights and housing affordability — that’s what constituents wanted to discuss at Battle Ground City Hall on Saturday morning when state Sen. Ann Rivers and Reps. Stephanie McClintock and Greg Cheney from the 18th Legislative District gathered for a town hall. Read story

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Surprise Longview resolution revealed: proposed audit of Assistant City Manager Ann Rivers

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February 16, 2024, 12:50pm Northwest

The surprise resolution brought up at the end of the last Longview City Council meeting was an attempt to audit Ann Rivers’ role as the assistant city manager. Read story

Clark County’s 18th District lawmakers set town halls Saturday

February 14, 2024, 5:56am Clark County News

Lawmakers from the 18th Legislative District will host two town hall meetings Saturday. Read story

Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, speaks in support of an anti-bullying bill that would set policies to prevent transgender students from being bullied during the session in Olympia in 2019.

Women are close to holding half the seats in WA’s Legislature. Here’s why it matters

Rep. Monica Stonier, D-Vancouver, speaks in support of an anti-bullying bill that would set policies to prevent transgender students from being bullied during the session in Olympia in 2019.

December 20, 2023, 3:27pm Clark County Politics

Washington’s Legislature is on track to achieve equal representation of men and women elected into office by 2026. Read story

Sen. Lynda Wilson, right, meets with constituents on Nov. 9 at Brewed Awakenings in northeast Vancouver. Wilson and State Rep. Paul Harris met with family members of children with intellectual/development disorders to hear their concerns for the next legislative session.

Clark County lawmakers keep busy year-round with committees, constituents, and in some cases, full-time jobs

Sen. Lynda Wilson, right, meets with constituents on Nov. 9 at Brewed Awakenings in northeast Vancouver. Wilson and State Rep. Paul Harris met with family members of children with intellectual/development disorders to hear their concerns for the next legislative session.

November 25, 2023, 6:14am Clark County News

For Washington lawmakers, the work of an elected official doesn’t end when the legislative session does. Read story

Incarcerated people at Larch Corrections Center line up outside the prison's mess hall to watch an Asian Pacific Islander event put on by fellow inmates in 2013.

Clark County’s state lawmakers fight to save Larch Corrections Center

Incarcerated people at Larch Corrections Center line up outside the prison's mess hall to watch an Asian Pacific Islander event put on by fellow inmates in 2013.

August 25, 2023, 6:05am Clark County News

Local efforts to keep Larch Corrections Center near Yacolt open have drawn the support of state lawmakers. Read story

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Ann Rivers picked as assistant city manager for Longview

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April 27, 2023, 3:29pm Clark County News

Ann Rivers, whose side gig is being a state senator, has been promoted to be Longview’s assistant city manager beginning May 1. Read story