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WOODLAND: The Woodland Corner Store, 1697 Lewis River Road, was named Business of the Year.

Woodland Chamber awards Citizen, Employee and Business of the Year

WOODLAND: The Woodland Corner Store, 1697 Lewis River Road, was named Business of the Year.

March 6, 2021, 5:56am Community

WOODLAND — The Woodland Chamber of Commerce recently awarded its Citizen of the Year, Employee of the Year, and Business of the Year awards. Read story

WOODLAND: Woodland High School student Leah Riley, left, participated in National Civics and Law Academy in 2020 before the pandemic. Typically students spend a week in Washington, D.C.

Woodland students selected for government learning programs

WOODLAND: Woodland High School student Leah Riley, left, participated in National Civics and Law Academy in 2020 before the pandemic. Typically students spend a week in Washington, D.C.

February 27, 2021, 5:57am Community

WOODLAND — Two Woodland High School students were recently selected to participate in programs that encourage learning about the U.S. government. Read story

Woodland Public Schools prepares for full in-person, hybrid learning

February 19, 2021, 6:01am Clark County News

Elementary students in Woodland Public Schools will transition to in-person instruction five days a week starting Feb. 23, and the district plans to have all K-12 students in some form of in-person instruction by March 2. Read story

WOODLAND: TEAM High School, Woodland Public Schools' alternative high school, produced its first graduate from the Class of 2021: Dakota Spencer, who was honored at a brief ceremony on Jan.

First student from TEAM High School Class of 2021 graduates

WOODLAND: TEAM High School, Woodland Public Schools' alternative high school, produced its first graduate from the Class of 2021: Dakota Spencer, who was honored at a brief ceremony on Jan.

February 6, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

WOODLAND — TEAM High School, Woodland Public Schools’ alternative high school, produced its first graduate from the Class of 2021: Dakota Spencer, who was honored at a brief ceremony on Jan. 15. The small ceremony was held in-person with few people to remain safe. Spencer had just started at the… Read story

Woodland school staffers create Winter Break Boxes to help families in need

January 30, 2021, 5:54am Community

WOODLAND — Woodland Public Schools’ Family Community Resource Center teamed up with Columbia Elementary School Secretary Elizabeth “Liz” Landrigan and her husband, Scott Landrigan, safety and facilities director for Woodland Public Schools, to run a neighborhood project to benefit families in need during the two-week break when district food services… Read story

Students work on computers in the existing TEAM High School portable in Woodland on Jan. 22.

Donation buys second portable classroom for Woodland’s TEAM high school

Students work on computers in the existing TEAM High School portable in Woodland on Jan. 22.

January 27, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

LONGVIEW — When most students return to Woodland’s TEAM high school, it won’t seem roomier just because the chairs and tables are spaced out. The building really will be larger, thanks to a donation from the John Moffitt Charitable Foundation, and that’s given teachers room for their visions for the… Read story

WOODLAND: TEAM High School received a $22,000 donation, which the school used to add a multipurpose facility, at right, for additional student learning and services.

Donation funds Woodland school building

WOODLAND: TEAM High School received a $22,000 donation, which the school used to add a multipurpose facility, at right, for additional student learning and services.

January 16, 2021, 6:02am Community

WOODLAND — Woodland Public Schools’ alternative high school, TEAM High School, received a $22,000 donation from the John Moffitt Charitable Foundation to procure and install an additional portable facility on the school’s grounds. Read story

WOODLAND: Mary Martin, a KWRL driver, uses an electrostatic sprayer to clean buses.

Drivers work to keep school buses clean

WOODLAND: Mary Martin, a KWRL driver, uses an electrostatic sprayer to clean buses.

January 15, 2021, 5:55am Community

WOODLAND — KWRL, the transportation cooperative that operates the bus systems for Kalama, Woodland, Ridgefield and La Center school districts, has had to enhance cleaning during the pandemic. Read story

Firefighters make a "trench-cut" in the roof to stop the spread of fire in the attic.

Six displaced by two-alarm apartment fire in Woodland

Firefighters make a "trench-cut" in the roof to stop the spread of fire in the attic.

January 7, 2021, 10:04pm Clark County News

Six people were displaced and a pet was killed by a two-alarm apartment fire Thursday evening in Woodland. Read story

Restaurants defy COVID-19 restrictions in uprising embraced by Northwest far-right groups

January 5, 2021, 8:53am Clark County News

WOODLAND — Outside the door to Brock's Bar and Grill, people stood on the sidewalk with U.S. and Trump 2020 flags. Inside, the place was packed with people enjoying Sunday afternoon drinks in what was billed as a "Day of Defiance" to the COVID-19 restrictions that have banned such service… Read story