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Hockinson High School musicians took home several awards after participating in the Columbia Basin College Band Festival in Pasco.

Hockinson band students score big at Pasco festival

Hockinson High School musicians took home several awards after participating in the Columbia Basin College Band Festival in Pasco.

May 11, 2019, 5:46am Community

HOCKINSON — Student musicians at Hockinson High School came out with top honors from the Columbia Basin College Band Festival in Pasco. Read story

Frontier Middle School students celebrate poetry with egg hunt, open mic and reading competition

May 11, 2019, 5:43am Community

ORCHARDS — Students at Frontier Middle School celebrated Poem in Your Pocket Day on April 18 with an egg hunt. Read story

Teen center raises over $172,000

May 4, 2019, 5:37am Community

BRUSH PRAIRIE — The Rocksolid Community Teen Center raised more than $172,000 at its 18th annual Lucky Shamrock Auction on March 1 at WareHouse ’23, which set a record. Read story

Pacific Lifestyle Homes employees participate in ‘Women Build’

May 4, 2019, 5:34am Community

ORCHARDS — Female employees from local homebuilder Pacific Lifestyle Homes participated in Women Build, a national initiative of Habitat for Humanity that aims to get women to help in Habitat neighborhoods. Read story

3 school districts’ operations levies OK’d; Hockinson technology levy fails

May 3, 2019, 8:36pm Clark County News

Final election results certified Friday confirm that Hockinson, Ridgefield and Mount Pleasant voters all approved school levies on April 23. However, Hockinson’s accompanying technology levy fell just short of passage. Read story

Big Lots cuts the ribbon at its new Orchards store

April 26, 2019, 4:12pm Business

It's already been open for a few weeks, but leaders from Big Lots officially welcomed shoppers to the store's newest Vancouver location with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Friday morning. Read story

Students from Sifton Elementary School break ground Wednesday on the site of a future elementary school campus during a school assembly in Vancouver.

Sifton breaks ground on new elementary school campus

Students from Sifton Elementary School break ground Wednesday on the site of a future elementary school campus during a school assembly in Vancouver.

April 24, 2019, 9:30pm Clark County News

Evergreen Public Schools celebrated its past and looked forward to its future on Wednesday, commemorating the 60th anniversary of Sifton Elementary School while breaking ground on its new campus. Read story

Jasper Poulton collects Easter eggs in Ridgefield during a 2018 egg hunt.

Where to find egg hunts in Clark County this Easter weekend

Jasper Poulton collects Easter eggs in Ridgefield during a 2018 egg hunt.

April 18, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Life

As tempting as it is to get this article off to a crackin’ start with an eggs-travagant array of egg puns, we’ll keep the yolking to a minimum and simply eggs-amine the hard-boiled facts of the matter: Easter egg hunts, in all their variety, are an adorable, durable annual tradition… Read story

The Big Lots in Orchards Plaza, which opened last week, incorporates a revised approach to interior store design, the Columbus, Ohio-based company says.

Big Lots opens in Orchards Plaza

The Big Lots in Orchards Plaza, which opened last week, incorporates a revised approach to interior store design, the Columbus, Ohio-based company says.

April 10, 2019, 4:58pm Business

A Big Lots store had a soft opening last week in the Orchards Plaza shopping center, with a full grand-opening event planned for the last weekend of April. Read story

Pied Piper Pizza on Fourth Plain Boulevard in Orchards has been listed for sale. The owners have operated the pizza parlor since 1968 and say they’re getting ready to retire.

Pied Piper Pizza in Orchards seeks new ownership

Pied Piper Pizza on Fourth Plain Boulevard in Orchards has been listed for sale. The owners have operated the pizza parlor since 1968 and say they’re getting ready to retire.

April 10, 2019, 6:00am Business

The owners of a more than 50-year-old Vancouver pizza restaurant are hoping to sell the business and retire, but they want to make sure Pied Piper Pizza sticks around. Read story