RIDGEFIELD — The Ridgefield-based Greater Portland Area Chapter of National AMBUCS was among 23 nonprofits and schools recently awarded grants through the Nike Community Impact Fund of the Oregon Community Foundation.
Formerly fine corridors and happy hallways all over Clark County have gone dark and creepy this month. Take a deep breath before you start inching down the passage at Washougal High School, where the doorways now conceal far deeper evil than a pop chemistry quiz.
Ally Ross stood silently outside of a building on a recent Wednesday morning, dressed in black. Ross and a small group watched as 88-year-old Oscar Davis of Battle Ground was given military honors before his cremains, kept in a golden urn, would be placed in a granite vault.
The city of Ridgefield is looking for residents interested in joining the salary commission, civil service commission, planning commission and the parks board, or serving as the city’s liaison to the Clark County Arts Commission.
Washington State Department of Labor & Industries has fined Vancouver-based Colf Construction $126,400 for violations the agency said could have led to potentially deadly trench cave-ins at the 10th Avenue Bridge project near Salmon Creek.
The gentle, comforting smiles on the donkeys, giraffes and whales decorating the pediatric rehabilitation unit at Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center seem to tell children and families dealing with chronic disease or criminal abuse: You can trust us. You can relax. You can say what happened, or what you’re afraid will happen. You are loved here.
Birds are all over the sky — aren’t they? If so, why has 2018 in particular been deemed “Year of the Bird” by National Geographic, the National Audubon Society and 150 other worried agencies and nature watchers?
Clark County Fairgrounds — Ruth Ham grew up near Fargher Lake, but even she learned things about the area while researching it with her fellow Fargher Lake Grange members for an exhibit at the Clark County Fair.