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Homebuilders take day off in honor of Ferris Bueller

May 16, 2018, 5:55am Community

There was a little less new home construction around Clark County on April 27, as employees of Pacific Lifestyle Homes jobsites took the day off for the company’s 18th annual “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.” Read story

Everybody Has a Story: Dream of blue Schwinn bicycle inspires hard work on the farm

May 2, 2018, 6:00am Clark County Life

“Please Mommy, can I have a pony, please, please, please? I’ll take good care of it, feed it, brush it, love it. Pleeeeease!” Read story

Brush Prairie: The Hockinson High School wind ensemble received a gold medal at the Columbia Basin College Band Festival in Pasco.

Hockinson musicians take home multiple prizes

Brush Prairie: The Hockinson High School wind ensemble received a gold medal at the Columbia Basin College Band Festival in Pasco.

May 2, 2018, 5:31am Community

Hockinson High School musicians had an award-filled weekend April 12-15, as the high school’s jazz band won first place in its division and in sight reading at the University of Portland Jazz Festival. Read story

CASEE celebrates its 25th anniversary

May 1, 2018, 6:05am Clark County News

Battle Ground Public Schools' Center for Agriculture, Science and Environment Education, or CASEE program, will celebrate its 25th anniversary on Saturday. Read story

Garbage littering road shoulders is an unsavory but all too common sight around Clark County, such as along Northeast Padden Parkway near Northeast 152nd Avenue.

Clark Asks: Why is there so much trash along Clark County’s roads?

Garbage littering road shoulders is an unsavory but all too common sight around Clark County, such as along Northeast Padden Parkway near Northeast 152nd Avenue.

April 19, 2018, 6:36pm Clark County News

It’s that bag that flew out of your truck bed, the cigarette butt you flicked out your window, the mattress you dumped in that empty lot because dump fees are too expensive, the fast-food wrapper you dumped out the window, because, whatever, someone will pick it up. Read story

Coach Joe Cain, left, watches at Battle Ground High School golfers Grace Ritola, Jessica Spalding and Reilly Joma practice at The Cedars on Salmon Creek. The course sold 30 acres to a real estate developer last year in the hopes of landing more neighbors and business.

Golf courses say … show me the greens

Coach Joe Cain, left, watches at Battle Ground High School golfers Grace Ritola, Jessica Spalding and Reilly Joma practice at The Cedars on Salmon Creek. The course sold 30 acres to a real estate developer last year in the hopes of landing more neighbors and business.

April 15, 2018, 6:02am Business

Some of the bucolic qualities of The Cedars on Salmon Creek are on hiatus. Read story

Clark County fire officials, fire inspector Rick Searls, left, and deputy fire Marshall Caleb Barnes, right, investigate the scene of a fire at the Malt Shop and Grill and the Chicken and Rib House booths at the Clark County Fairgrounds on Wednesday morning, April 11, 2018.

Clark County fire marshal investigating fairgrounds blaze

Clark County fire officials, fire inspector Rick Searls, left, and deputy fire Marshall Caleb Barnes, right, investigate the scene of a fire at the Malt Shop and Grill and the Chicken and Rib House booths at the Clark County Fairgrounds on Wednesday morning, April 11, 2018.

April 12, 2018, 2:01pm Clark County News

A Clark County deputy fire marshal continues to investigate what sparked an intense blaze that destroyed a fairgrounds building housing two food stalls, but he said Thursday signs suggest the cause an was electrical issue. Read story

Brush Prairie: Clark County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Granneman awards Hockinson High School senior Alyssa Chapin a kindness citation, making her the first recipient at the school since the sheriff’s office started presenting the citations in November.

Hockinson student receives kindness citation

Brush Prairie: Clark County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Granneman awards Hockinson High School senior Alyssa Chapin a kindness citation, making her the first recipient at the school since the sheriff’s office started presenting the citations in November.

April 4, 2018, 5:40am Community

Clark County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Granneman presented Hockinson High School senior Alyssa Chapin with a kindness citation. Read story

Orchards: Heritage High School students traveled to Spokane to compete in the ProStart invitational, a cooking competition in which they had to prepare a three-course meal in 60 minutes using butane burners.

Heritage High School students ditch electricity, running water for cooking competition

Orchards: Heritage High School students traveled to Spokane to compete in the ProStart invitational, a cooking competition in which they had to prepare a three-course meal in 60 minutes using butane burners.

March 28, 2018, 5:57am Community

Students from Heritage High School traveled to Spokane on March 10 for a cooking competition with a twist: they couldn’t use running water or electricity. Read story

Orchards: The Clark County Council honored four Heritage High School students for work in a contest to design a new logo for the Clark County Parks Advisory Board. From left: Council Chair Marc Boldt, Councilor Jeanne Stewart, first-place winner Heidi Hayden, second-place winner Eli Entwistle, third-place co-winner Jennifer Jones, third-place co-winner Viktoria Kryshtal, Bill Bjerke, parks manager, Councilor Julie Olson and Councilor Eileen Quiring.

Heritage High School students honored for designing parks board logo

Orchards: The Clark County Council honored four Heritage High School students for work in a contest to design a new logo for the Clark County Parks Advisory Board. From left: Council Chair Marc Boldt, Councilor Jeanne Stewart, first-place winner Heidi Hayden, second-place winner Eli Entwistle, third-place co-winner Jennifer Jones, third-place co-winner Viktoria Kryshtal, Bill Bjerke, parks manager, Councilor Julie Olson and Councilor Eileen Quiring.

March 21, 2018, 5:23am Community

The Clark County Council honored Heritage High School student Heidi Hayden for designing the winning entry in a logo contest for the Clark County Parks Advisory Board. Read story