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Orchards, Sifton & Brush Prairie

CASEE program hosts student open house

January 11, 2019, 6:02am Clark County News

BRUSH PRAIRIE — Battle Ground Public Schools will host an open house for the Center for Agriculture, Science and Environmental Education program at 6 p.m. Thursday at the CASEE Building B, 11104 N.E. 149th St., Brush Prairie. Read story

Evergreen girls learn about STEM careers

January 9, 2019, 5:55am Community

Orchards — College, Career & Technical Education hosted a Girls in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math event at Heritage High School, drawing an audience of more than 300 fifth- through eighth-graders. Read story

Jazzy Shepard, left, spars with Kaela Meeham at Orion Fencing on Sunday afternoon. Orion Fencing in Orchards held a free open house over the weekend.

Coach has a point to make about fencing

Jazzy Shepard, left, spars with Kaela Meeham at Orion Fencing on Sunday afternoon. Orion Fencing in Orchards held a free open house over the weekend.

December 30, 2018, 9:38pm Clark County News

Justin Meehan, the head coach at Orion Fencing, dreams of seeing varsity-level fencing in every high school in the Greater St. Helens League, and he wants to help make that happen. Read story

Ryan Styger

Local builder named Advocate of the Year

Ryan Styger

December 26, 2018, 5:55am Community

Orchards — Ryan Styger, land acquisition manager with Pacific Lifestyle Homes, was named Advocate of the Year by the Building Industry of Clark County. He was honored for his service to the Building Industry Association of Clark County and the industry in general. Read story

Jay “Bird” Koder returns to Crossroads Community Church with a concert on Friday.

Guitarist Jay ‘Bird’ Koder’s Christmas concert returns to Crossroads

Jay “Bird” Koder returns to Crossroads Community Church with a concert on Friday.

December 19, 2018, 6:03am Churches & Religion

Local guitar ace Jay “Bird” Koder continues an annual Clark County tradition Friday at Crossroads Community Church with a big, rockin’ Christmas concert that raises money for some rockin’ good causes. He’ll be joined by a full electric band and the church’s Love NOW Children’s Choir. Read story

Two commercial buildings planned on N.E. Fourth Plain

December 12, 2018, 5:34pm Business

A dental office building along with a building for general retail use are anticipated for a site at 15650 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd., under plans submitted to the city of Vancouver. Read story

Orchards: John Snyder, Isaiah Hiebert, Dakota Sipe and Ryan Vittitoe of the Prairie High School Armed Drill Team perform at the Fort Vancouver Veterans Day parade.

Prairie AFJROTC cadets participate in Veterans Day assemblies, parade

Orchards: John Snyder, Isaiah Hiebert, Dakota Sipe and Ryan Vittitoe of the Prairie High School Armed Drill Team perform at the Fort Vancouver Veterans Day parade.

December 12, 2018, 5:42am Community

Orchards — Prairie High School’s Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps cadets participated in numerous events surrounding Veterans Day, including visits to retirement homes, local schools and the annual Veterans Day parade at Fort Vancouver. Read story

Scarlet Ferguson, Glenwood Heights Primary School kindergartener, lets a reticulated python rest around her neck during Richard Ritchey's Reptile Man presentation at Glenwood Heights Primary School in Vancouver on Dec. 6, 2018.

Slithery show and tell at Glenwood Heights school

Scarlet Ferguson, Glenwood Heights Primary School kindergartener, lets a reticulated python rest around her neck during Richard Ritchey's Reptile Man presentation at Glenwood Heights Primary School in Vancouver on Dec. 6, 2018.

December 6, 2018, 6:54pm Clark County News

Richard Ritchey visited Glenwood Heights Primary School on Thursday, but the focus was on his companions. Read story

Sifton: Sifton Elementary School student Kimberly Reyes holds cauliflower, the featured ingredient of the month in Evergreen Public Schools’ Harvest of the Month program.

Cauliflower featured in lunch at Sifton Elementary through Harvest of the Month

Sifton: Sifton Elementary School student Kimberly Reyes holds cauliflower, the featured ingredient of the month in Evergreen Public Schools’ Harvest of the Month program.

December 5, 2018, 5:43am Community

Sifton -- Washington State University Extension's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education and Evergreen Public Schools' Chartwells food service brought the Harvest of the Month program to Sifton Elementary School. Read story

Todd Marjama listens to opening statements in his murder trial. On Tuesday, he testified that the fatal shooting of his estranged wife was accidental.

Murder trial: Man says his gun accidentally ‘went off’

Todd Marjama listens to opening statements in his murder trial. On Tuesday, he testified that the fatal shooting of his estranged wife was accidental.

December 4, 2018, 7:53pm Clark County News

A man on trial for allegedly murdering his wife at their Five Corners home in June 2016 took the stand Tuesday and testified that the gun he was handling accidentally discharged. Read story