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Fire crews rescue goats from flaming Woodland barn

October 25, 2021, 1:59pm Clark County News

A barn fire Monday morning in Woodland threatened the lives of three goats inside, according to Clark Cowlitz Fire Rescue. Crews were able to free the animals, but the barn… Read story

Woodland mayor supports proposition to hire a city administrator

October 20, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

In November, Woodland voters will decide who will have more power: its elected mayor or hired city administrator. Read story

Bradley Gott, 30, stands on the front porch of his aunt's home Sept. 28 in Woodland. Gott has lived with his aunt since his March release from prison because he said he is unable to find rentals that accept ex-convicts.

Ex-convicts face housing blockade in Southwest Washington

Bradley Gott, 30, stands on the front porch of his aunt's home Sept. 28 in Woodland. Gott has lived with his aunt since his March release from prison because he said he is unable to find rentals that accept ex-convicts.

October 11, 2021, 7:45am Editor's Choice

LONGVIEW — Bradley Gott of Woodland has two associate degrees, a full-time job and enough money for a down payment on a rental. But he still can’t land an apartment, thanks to a 2015 felony burglary conviction. Read story

Woodland: Students and staff at North Fork Elementary School celebrate head custodian Ed Sorensen's retirement with a celebration tunnel.

North Fork Elementary School students celebrate head custodian’s retirement

Woodland: Students and staff at North Fork Elementary School celebrate head custodian Ed Sorensen's retirement with a celebration tunnel.

October 9, 2021, 6:03am Community

WOODLAND — Students and staff at North Fork Elementary School recently held a celebration tunnel for retiring head custodian Ed Sorensen. Students clapped and cheered as Principal Denise Pearl pushed Sorensen in a decorated wheelchair. Students also created cards thanking him for his work and wishing him the best in… Read story

Woodland Public Schools' Woodland Child Care program received a $50,000 grant from the Cowlitz Indian Tribe.

Woodland Public Schools’ childcare program receives $50K grant

Woodland Public Schools' Woodland Child Care program received a $50,000 grant from the Cowlitz Indian Tribe.

October 2, 2021, 5:32am Community

WOODLAND — The Cowlitz Indian Tribe awarded a $50,000 grant to Woodland Child Care, the program provided by Woodland Public Schools for before- and after-school care for students at both elementary schools, with a variation of services at Yale Elementary School. Read story

Quick-acting school staff and firefighters prevented a terrarium fire from spreading inside a classroom at North Fork Elementary School in Woodland on Friday morning, saving the resident snake.

Classroom snake saved from fire at Woodland elementary school

Quick-acting school staff and firefighters prevented a terrarium fire from spreading inside a classroom at North Fork Elementary School in Woodland on Friday morning, saving the resident snake.

October 1, 2021, 4:21pm Clark County News

Quick-acting school staff and firefighters prevented a terrarium fire from spreading inside a Woodland classroom Friday morning, saving the resident snake. Read story

Leadership/SEL teacher Stacia Aschoff, far right, sits with her leadership class on the stairs of North Fork Elementary School in Woodland.

Woodland elementary schools teach Social Emotional Learning

Leadership/SEL teacher Stacia Aschoff, far right, sits with her leadership class on the stairs of North Fork Elementary School in Woodland.

September 19, 2021, 5:37am Community

WOODLAND — Woodland Public Schools’ elementary schools use Social Emotional Learning to teach students coping skills, emotional resilience, conflict resolution and additional life skills. This year, elementary staff chose Character Strong, a new Social Emotional Learning curriculum that aligns social and emotional traits with lessons and activities to help students… Read story

Young students practice social distancing after leaving the school bus for their first day of class at Marrion Elementary School on Tuesday. Thousands of students across multiple Clark County school districts, including Evergreen and Vancouver, began classes for the 2021-22 school year Tuesday amid another year impacted by COVID-19. More districts start Wednesday.

Clark County students, staff happily welcome first day of school

Young students practice social distancing after leaving the school bus for their first day of class at Marrion Elementary School on Tuesday. Thousands of students across multiple Clark County school districts, including Evergreen and Vancouver, began classes for the 2021-22 school year Tuesday amid another year impacted by COVID-19. More districts start Wednesday.

August 31, 2021, 7:02pm Clark County News

Carefully selected outfits, fresh haircuts — and even for some, a fresh or carefully selected mask — were the stars as thousands of Clark County students returned to class to ring in a new school year. Read story

Freeway work to cause I-5 delays in Woodland

August 20, 2021, 7:34pm Clark County News

Travelers who use southbound Interstate 5 through Woodland should plan ahead for lengthy delays and lane closures this weekend in north Clark County due to pavement rehabilitation work. Read story

Contentious Woodland RV park moves forward after City Council vote

July 20, 2021, 7:27pm Clark County News

WOODLAND — The Woodland City Council voted 6-1 on Monday night to reject an appeal filed by multiple residents and local business owners who opposed an RV park going into the Belmont Loop area. A public hearing on the incoming project drew comments from more than 20 people, nearly all… Read story