Vicki Fitzsimmons recalled going to an open house held by Clark County in 2006 about infrastructure projects along Northeast Highway 99 between Northeast 99th and 117th streets. She recalled hearing some encouraging news about how the project called for more sidewalks along the corridor that’s particularly unfriendly to pedestrians.
James Muse, a junior at Skyview High School, earned the highest possible ACT composite score of 36, achieving the top score in the first try. Around 0.1 percent of students earn a top score. The ACT consists of tests in English, math, reading and science. James is the son of Bob and Della Muse.
Orchards — There was a little less new home construction around Clark County on April 27, as employees of Pacific Lifestyle Homes jobsites took the day off for the company’s 18th annual “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off.”
First Place — First Place Neighborhood Association awards scholarships to deserving students from Evergreen High School every year, and the neighbors recently handed out scholarships to two Evergreen graduating seniors.
Battle Ground — When his mom asked him what kind of birthday cake he wanted for his seventh birthday, Remington Waldkirch told her he wanted a “thank you” cake to bring to local police officers for all they do in the community.
Camas — Salud!, a wine bar, event venue and wine storage facility in Camas, was awarded the Economic Vitality Award at Washington Main Street’s Excellence on Main Awards ceremony, held April 24 in Port Townsend.
ARNADA — Volunteers from Clark County Historical Museum and staff from the Vancouver’s Urban Forestry Department planted three trees on March 22 around the 1909 Carnegie Library, 1511 Main St., which houses the museum.