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Anonymous donor pays off Battle Ground Public Schools lunch debt

April 2, 2020, 6:04am Clark County News

An anonymous donor gave $40,000 to Battle Ground Public Schools to wipe out outstanding lunch debt. Read story

Battle Ground, Ridgefield, Woodland awarded housing grants

April 1, 2020, 6:05am Clark County News

The state Department of Commerce has announced that 14 cities around the state will receive $876,000 to address housing affordability, which includes $200,000 for three local cities. Read story

Multiple schools in the Battle Ground Public Schools district banded together to donate a portion of their medical supplies to Legacy Health.

Battle Ground Public Schools donates health supplies

Multiple schools in the Battle Ground Public Schools district banded together to donate a portion of their medical supplies to Legacy Health.

April 1, 2020, 5:02am Community

BATTLE GROUND — Legacy Health was on the receiving end of hundreds of protective face masks, gowns, eye protection, and 9,000 pairs of gloves, thanks to Battle Ground Public Schools. Multiple schools in the district collected the medical equipment and delivered it to a Legacy Health distribution warehouse, so that… Read story

Clark County Fire & Rescue personnel battle a barn fire on 239th Street.

Barn catches fire near Battle Ground

Clark County Fire & Rescue personnel battle a barn fire on 239th Street.

March 31, 2020, 12:42pm Clark County News

Explosions and flames prompted an emergency response to a burning barn near Battle Ground on Monday. Read story

At Camp Evergreen and other child care centers, staff are advised to keep children 6 feet apart while allowing 10 or fewer people in any given classroom.

Clark County child care providers strike balance between safety, necessity

At Camp Evergreen and other child care centers, staff are advised to keep children 6 feet apart while allowing 10 or fewer people in any given classroom.

March 31, 2020, 6:01am Clark County News

As health care workers, first responders and grocery store employees slog through the coronavirus outbreak, area school districts are providing a reprieve from the stress of widespread school cancellations. Read story

Kaiser closes 3 Clark County offices to aid COVID-19 response

March 19, 2020, 6:00am Clark County Health

Kaiser Permanente has temporarily closed its Mill Plain, Orchards and Battle Ground clinics to prepare for a surge of COVID-19 patients in the Portland metro area. All urgent care services remain open. Read story

Vinnie's New York Style Pizza will offer takeout and delivery during Washington's COVID-19 related restaurant closures.

Many Clark County restaurants offer food to go, delivery

Vinnie's New York Style Pizza will offer takeout and delivery during Washington's COVID-19 related restaurant closures.

March 18, 2020, 1:05pm Clark County Life

Gov. Jay Inslee’s order to close restaurants and bars in Washington for an indefinite period of time was a surprise to many. But, as the River Maiden T-shirt says, “Couvies Never Say Die.” Local businesses have scrambled to come up with ways to continue to feed their hungry customers and… Read story

Kimberlynn Troyer, a third-grader in Pat Harmon's Maple Grove Primary School class, reacts as pond water overflows its container on Friday. Students in her group were testing the water's turbidity, a measure of how many particles it contained.

Program brings watershed moments for Maple Grove pupils

Kimberlynn Troyer, a third-grader in Pat Harmon's Maple Grove Primary School class, reacts as pond water overflows its container on Friday. Students in her group were testing the water's turbidity, a measure of how many particles it contained.

March 17, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

Eight-year-old Micaiah Ackler squealed Friday as she pulled what appeared to be the discarded exoskeleton of a creepy-crawly from a bucket of pond water. Read story

Joshua Roland, a suspect in a Christmas Eve burglary and arson, leaves the courtroom after making a first appearance Jan. 10, 2018, in Clark County Superior Court. He was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison.

Man gets 10 years in Hockinson Christmas Eve burglary and arson

Joshua Roland, a suspect in a Christmas Eve burglary and arson, leaves the courtroom after making a first appearance Jan. 10, 2018, in Clark County Superior Court. He was sentenced Friday to 10 years in prison.

March 15, 2020, 6:05am Clark County News

A Clark County Superior Court judge handed down an exceptional sentence Friday of 10 years in prison for a 31-year-old man involved in a Christmas Eve burglary and arson of a Hockinson residence in 2017. Read story

All lanes of state Highway 503 in Brush Prairie are blocked while law enforcement investigates a crash that killed three people and critically injured two children on Friday. The red car was traveling northbound on Highway 503 and tried to pass traffic on the left using the southbound lane, hitting the minivan head-on, according to the Washington State Patrol.

State will add concrete barrier to Highway 503

All lanes of state Highway 503 in Brush Prairie are blocked while law enforcement investigates a crash that killed three people and critically injured two children on Friday. The red car was traveling northbound on Highway 503 and tried to pass traffic on the left using the southbound lane, hitting the minivan head-on, according to the Washington State Patrol.

March 10, 2020, 6:02am Clark County News

A concrete barrier will be placed this year to the center of state Highway 503 where three people were killed in a head-on crash Friday. Read story