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Submitted by Washington State Governor Gov. Jay Inslee today announced that the state is moving toward a statewide June 30 reopening date and that all counties in Washington will move to Phase 3 of the Healthy WA: Roadmap to Recovery reopening plan effective May 18 until June 30. The announcement comes after the governor paused […]
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Worried about summer boredom and summer learning loss? Keep your kid occupied, having fun and learning this summer at summer camp! Throughout Clark County there are a plethora of summer camp options from dancing and theater to engineering and nature. One of these camps is sure to spark interest in your child and get them […]
Submitted by Downtown Camas Association “Something Unexpected” is the theme for the May 20 Third Thursday in downtown Camas, which means you can expect to find unique offerings all throughout town on this new monthly event night. Pop-up shops, special happy hour cocktails, fashion show, art displays, trivia night, gifts with purchase, new menu items, live […]
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There is nothing like getting out for a walk and enjoying nature while getting a peak into the past. Clark County’s Ridgefield Historic Walking Tour is a great way to get some exercise and connect with history and current happenings. Ridgefield’s rolling hills, tranquil setting, and one-of-a-kind downtown offer vibrancy, charm and inspiration. The tour […]
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Summit Pacific Medical Center’s ‘Ride the Harbor: Tour de Wellness’ Event Encourages Everyone To Ride to a Healthier Lifestyle
Summit Pacific Medical Center in Elma has a goal to help build Grays Harbor County into the healthiest community in the Nation. With this goal in mind, along with the obvious hurdles and lasting effects from the COVID-19 pandemic, Summit Pacific has worked to create a fun, safe and healthy summer event called Ride the […]
Spring is a favorite season of mine in the Pacific Northwest. The world explodes in a rainbow of colors that lifts the spirits after our grey, wet winters. The only downside to blossoms is how quickly they disappear. Luckily for us, noted Vancouver photographer Jonathon E. Kraft captures these fleeting beauties each year in places […]
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Submitted by Washington State Governor Gov. Jay Inslee today announced a two-week pause on movement in the Healthy Washington: Roadmap to Recovery reopening plan. Under the pause, every county will remain in its current phase. At the end of two weeks, each county will be re-evaluated. The decision was made in consultation with the Department […]
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Submitted by Clark County A new paint recycling program is operating in Clark County, allowing households and businesses to recycle leftover paint, stain, and varnish conveniently and sustainably. The program, operated by the nonprofit PaintCare, launched on April 1 and is now operating more than 20 paint recycling drop-off sites in Clark County and more […]
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Submitted by Clark College On Friday, April 30 at 1:30 p.m. Gov. Jay Inslee is visiting the Clark College main campus to announce the certification of two new Career Launch programs at the college. Inslee has been a strong proponent of Career Launch, a Washington state program that provides students with opportunities to “earn as they learn” through partnerships between public educational institutions and local employers that provide […]
Clark County’s Former Fort Vancouver Regional Library Design on Mill Plain Boulevard Shines With Historical Significance
While living in the moment is a good thing, taking a gander at the past has distinct benefits, including a better understanding of the moment we are in. “History is the construction manual for society,” says Brad Richardson, executive director for the Clark County Historical Museum. “It’s all connected: the past, present and future.” This […]