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WOODLAND: Jim Morris demonstrates how the grappling system on his truck lifts heavy logs and places them on the truck's loading bed.

Woodland students learn from logger in video lesson

WOODLAND: Jim Morris demonstrates how the grappling system on his truck lifts heavy logs and places them on the truck's loading bed.

April 17, 2021, 5:58am Community

WOODLAND — Students at North Fork Elementary School learned about the logging industry from Jim Morris, owner of Morris Trucking NW and the father of Kimberly Miller, a first-grade teacher at the school. Read story

La Center School District.

State auditor knocks La Center schools over special ed funding

La Center School District.

April 7, 2021, 6:23pm Clark County News

The Washington State Auditor’s Office has issued two findings against the La Center School District over inadequate financial reporting and compliance with federal grant money during the 2019-20 school year. Read story

McKenzie Grauer, 2, runs through rows of tulips while her mother, Brandie Grauer follows her on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at the Holland America Flower Gardens in Woodland. Dozens of people, including families, cyclists and Clark County residents roamed the grounds throughout the day. The Gardens include a show field, where tulips are observed and untouched, and a u-pick field where guests cut their own flowers for 50 cents each. The Gardens opened March 29 and run through Mother’s Day on May 9.

Taking time for tulips at Holland America Flower Gardens

McKenzie Grauer, 2, runs through rows of tulips while her mother, Brandie Grauer follows her on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at the Holland America Flower Gardens in Woodland. Dozens of people, including families, cyclists and Clark County residents roamed the grounds throughout the day. The Gardens include a show field, where tulips are observed and untouched, and a u-pick field where guests cut their own flowers for 50 cents each. The Gardens opened March 29 and run through Mother’s Day on May 9.

April 6, 2021, 5:59pm Business

Acres of tulips are blooming at Holland America Flower Gardens at 1066 S. Pekin Road, south of Woodland. Read story

Traffic backs up at exit 21 to Interstate 5. The Woodland city council prefers to improve the traffic signals near the exit, although three traffic roundabouts are another option.

Woodland officials pitch I-5 offramp project to Herrera Beutler

Traffic backs up at exit 21 to Interstate 5. The Woodland city council prefers to improve the traffic signals near the exit, although three traffic roundabouts are another option.

April 5, 2021, 7:01pm Clark County News

WOODLAND — Woodland city officials Monday updated Southwest Washington Congresswoman Jaime Herrera Beutler on a stalled project to update an intersection along Interstate 5 and pitched it as a candidate for federal funding. Read story

Two people suffered only minor injuries Monday when their small plane went down in a heavily wooded area near Gumboot Mountain on the Clark/Skamania County border.

Two suffer only minor injuries after plane crashes near Clark-Skamania border

Two people suffered only minor injuries Monday when their small plane went down in a heavily wooded area near Gumboot Mountain on the Clark/Skamania County border.

March 29, 2021, 9:30pm Clark County News

Two people suffered only minor injuries Monday when their small plane went down in a heavily wooded area near Gumboot Mountain on the Clark/Skamania County border. They were rescued in a joint search operation Monday night. Read story

A close-up photo of police lights by night

Two Camas residents injured in state Highway 503 crash in Cowlitz County

A close-up photo of police lights by night

March 28, 2021, 10:08am Clark County News

Two Camas residents were injured late Saturday when their car went off state Highway 503 in Cowlitz County and overturned in a suspected DUI crash, according to the Washington State Patrol. Read story

PASS program helps Woodland High School student graduate early

March 20, 2021, 6:02am Community

WOODLAND — A Woodland High School student will be able to graduate a semester early after participating in the school’s Positive Academic Support System, known as PASS. Read story

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife habitat biologist George Fornes flies a drone near the North Fork of the Toutle River to survey potential locations for a new fish release site on Wednesday.

Drones ease surveys for Toutle fish release sites

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife habitat biologist George Fornes flies a drone near the North Fork of the Toutle River to survey potential locations for a new fish release site on Wednesday.

March 14, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

LONGVIEW — When the U.S. Corps of Engineers decided a new fish release was needed on the North Fork Toutle River, the first step was to survey the location. Traditionally, this would mean hours of crew time, hiking, sketching and measuring. Read story

Braxton Manring, 2, smiles while in the hospital for treatment of a blood disorder similar to leukemia.

Parade to cheer Woodland 2-year-old ahead of chemo

Braxton Manring, 2, smiles while in the hospital for treatment of a blood disorder similar to leukemia.

March 13, 2021, 6:01am Clark County Health

LONGVIEW — A month ago, 2-year-old Braxton Manring of Woodland was diagnosed with a blood disorder similar to leukemia — but he’s still smiling. Read story

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

$145 million in stimulus funds heading to Southwest Washington

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

March 11, 2021, 8:12pm Clark County News

Municipal governments in Southwest Washington are expected to receive a combined $145.29 million from the COVID-19 stimulus bill signed by President Joe Biden on Thursday. Read story