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Washougal freshman Benjamin Johansen competes in the pole vault on March 21 during a track and field meet at Columbia River High School. All high school athletics could be eliminated at Washougal High School if voters don't approve a replacement levy in April.

If Washougal, Woodland levies fail in April, sports face elimination

Washougal freshman Benjamin Johansen competes in the pole vault on March 21 during a track and field meet at Columbia River High School. All high school athletics could be eliminated at Washougal High School if voters don't approve a replacement levy in April.

March 28, 2023, 9:41am Clark County News

As a five-sport varsity athlete whose Washougal High School career is winding down, Chloe Johnson knows the powerful impact Washougal School District sports have had on her. Read story

Drama students at Woodland Middle School recently performed the school's first play since 2020.

Woodland Middle School drama performs first in-person production since 2020

Drama students at Woodland Middle School recently performed the school's first play since 2020.

March 25, 2023, 5:55am Community

Drama students at Woodland Middle School recently performed the school’s first play since 2020, “Giants in the Sky,” a musical performance exploring the world of giants who live above the clouds, with a cast of nearly 40 sixth through eighth grade students directed by Ronda Oathes, the school’s drama and… Read story

FILE - In this April 16, 2019, file photo, a woman exhales a puff of vapor from a Juul pen in Vancouver, Wash. A former Juul Labs executive is alleging that the vaping company knowingly shipped 1 million tainted nicotine pods to customers. The allegation comes in a lawsuit filed Tuesday, Oct. 29, by a former finance executive who was fired by the vaping giant earlier this year.

Clark County schools to receive payouts as part of Juul lawsuit

FILE - In this April 16, 2019, file photo, a woman exhales a puff of vapor from a Juul pen in Vancouver, Wash. A former Juul Labs executive is alleging that the vaping company knowingly shipped 1 million tainted nicotine pods to customers. The allegation comes in a lawsuit filed Tuesday, Oct. 29, by a former finance executive who was fired by the vaping giant earlier this year.

March 23, 2023, 6:00am Clark County Health

Four school districts in Clark County are set to receive payouts over multiple years as part of a nationwide class-action lawsuit against Juul Labs Inc. and affiliated companies for deceptively marketing vaping devices to minors. Read story

Woodland City Hall is pictured in Woodland on Monday, April 13, 2020.

Woodland City Council appoints Aaron Alderman to fill vacancy

Woodland City Hall is pictured in Woodland on Monday, April 13, 2020.

March 20, 2023, 3:02pm Clark County News

The Woodland City Council appointed Aaron Alderman, 53, to the council Monday, filling the empty seat left behind by Karl Chapman when he resigned last month. Read story

Woodland students taking Construction Trades at the high school built a student store for Yale Elementary School as well as a shed that will be sold to raise funds for the SkillsUSA club.

Woodland High School students raise funds for SkillsUSA team

Woodland students taking Construction Trades at the high school built a student store for Yale Elementary School as well as a shed that will be sold to raise funds for the SkillsUSA club.

March 18, 2023, 5:35am Community

Woodland students taking Construction Trades at the high school built a student store for Yale Elementary School as well as a shed that will be sold to raise funds for the SkillsUSA club. Students learn plumbing, how to wire electrical systems, frame buildings, and a variety of woodworking and tool… Read story

Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez answers questions from the media at her new district office Thursday afternoon, saying that her top priorities are the biggest issues in Southwest Washington, not political antics in D.C.

Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez tours Woodland nonprofit that assists low-income people

Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez answers questions from the media at her new district office Thursday afternoon, saying that her top priorities are the biggest issues in Southwest Washington, not political antics in D.C.

March 15, 2023, 8:19pm Clark County News

U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez toured a Woodland-based nonprofit Monday afternoon, two months after assuming office. Read story

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Seattle man on electric bicycle injured in I-5 crash near Woodland

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March 13, 2023, 11:30am Clark County News

A Seattle man was taken to a Vancouver hospital after being hit by a car while riding an electric bicycle Sunday evening on Interstate 5 near Woodland. Read story

iQ Credit Union grants $10,000 to Southwest Washington schools

March 12, 2023, 6:00am Clark County News

In late February, iQ Credit Union awarded a series of grants to boost libraries and literacy programs to school districts across Southwest Washington as part of its annual “Read with Me” fundraising campaign. Program leaders estimated the program awarded $10,000 across 10 school districts, supporting 34 educators and 5,409 students. Read story

Woodland High School's Career & Technical Education students recently repaired a 1999 Volkswagen Jetta GLS for auction.

Woodland High School technical students fix, auction car

Woodland High School's Career & Technical Education students recently repaired a 1999 Volkswagen Jetta GLS for auction.

March 11, 2023, 5:30am Community

Woodland High School’s Career & Technical Education courses provide students with the opportunity to learn life skills and potential career paths, including auto repair. Read story

Manufactured home parks were once an affordable option for those on a fixed income but increasing space rents have squeezed many seniors who can afford it the least.

Rent increases hit residents of Woodland mobile home park

Manufactured home parks were once an affordable option for those on a fixed income but increasing space rents have squeezed many seniors who can afford it the least.

March 5, 2023, 6:00am Business

Many people see mobile home ownership as an affordable option, especially seniors gearing up for retirement. However, even though they own their manufactured homes, they rent the land that their homes sit on. There is no legislation to protect mobile home owners from intense rent increases. Read story