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Homebuilding business provides home to charity

May 23, 2020, 5:55am Community

RIDGEFIELD — Pacific Lifestyle Homes, 11815 N.E. 99th St., recently announced the continuation of its Community Giving Home program, in which the company builds new lodging for local charities. Read story

Ridgefield Thespians win Bronze

May 16, 2020, 5:55am Community

RIDGEFIELD — Members of the Ridgefield High School Thespians Troupe 8635 achieved Bronze-level Honor Status at the Washington State Thespian Festival. Read story

Marykay Lamoureaux, left, executive director of Ridgefield Main Street, records a video of Tammy Curlett, owner of Three-Sixty Burgers & Brews, and her children, Robert and Breeanna Skeffington, on Friday afternooon as they encourage residents to shop locally.

Clark County cities say, ‘Shop local and save’

Marykay Lamoureaux, left, executive director of Ridgefield Main Street, records a video of Tammy Curlett, owner of Three-Sixty Burgers & Brews, and her children, Robert and Breeanna Skeffington, on Friday afternooon as they encourage residents to shop locally.

May 13, 2020, 6:04am Clark County News

When Tommy O’s Pacific Rim Bistro, a longtime downtown Vancouver staple, closed in December, owner Tom Owens said he was working to continue operating his recently opened Camas location. Read story

Botany Bay Farm in Brush Prairie has experienced an uptick in orders since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down some meat processing plants.

Amid shortages, more Clark County residents seek out locally raised meat

Botany Bay Farm in Brush Prairie has experienced an uptick in orders since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down some meat processing plants.

May 8, 2020, 6:02am Clark County Life

COVID-19 outbreaks have closed almost two dozen giant meatpacking plants nationwide, creating shortages on grocery shelves that have inspired shoppers to look for local sources. Read story

The coronavirus crisis is affecting Ridgefield City Hall, where officials will have to scale back spending plans.

Ridgefield braces for revenue hit

The coronavirus crisis is affecting Ridgefield City Hall, where officials will have to scale back spending plans.

May 3, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

The city of Ridgefield is projecting a general-fund revenue loss of 17 percent from the COVID-19 outbreak. Read story

Roland Homola opened My Auto Works in 2000. It has two locations, one in Ridgefield and one in Woodland.

Working in Clark County: Roland Homola, master technician, owner at My Auto Works

Roland Homola opened My Auto Works in 2000. It has two locations, one in Ridgefield and one in Woodland.

May 2, 2020, 5:02am Business

Vehicle use in the United States has taken a back seat, thanks to the coronavirus, and our new reality of staying at home has emptied many once-bustling streets. For some, that may be a good thing as they’re able to save on gas and avoid costly repairs. Read story

RIDGEFIELD: Union Ridge Elementary School teachers posted messages on their cars during a special car parade they organized for their students in Ridgefield.

School staff holds car parade

RIDGEFIELD: Union Ridge Elementary School teachers posted messages on their cars during a special car parade they organized for their students in Ridgefield.

April 25, 2020, 5:47am Community

RIDGEFIELD — Teachers at Union Ridge Elementary School recently held a car parade through their students’ neighborhoods. Read story

Public Meetings

April 12, 2020, 6:04am Clark County News

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A Waste Connections driver collects curbside recycling bins from a Vancouver neighborhood.

Clark County residents urged to use curbside options for trash

A Waste Connections driver collects curbside recycling bins from a Vancouver neighborhood.

April 11, 2020, 5:31pm Clark County News

Clark County transfer stations are seeing an influx of people dropping off garbage and yard debris amid warmer weather, which is causing problems for staff trying to enforce social distancing guidelines. 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