WOODLAND — More than 700 students learned about career opportunities from more than 40 local businesses Monday at the Woodland Days Career Fair. The inaugural event was a partnership between Woodland Public Schools and the Port of Woodland to offer a career fair for students considering living-wage careers after high school not necessarily requiring additional education.
The sacrifice of U.S. Marine Corps Lance Cpl. Michael Scholl, killed in action in 2006, will be honored on the 12th anniversary of his death at the Clark County War Memorial at the Fort Vancouver Barracks.
Three months after announcing the removal of two traffic lights on state Highway 500 and a few weeks after the project was delayed due to rain, the Washington State Department of Transportation wrapped up the work with little fanfare over the weekend.
My trial days are over. Having practiced law in Vancouver for 40 years, I now have closed files in boxes that cry out for attention. As I shuffle through each with intent to shred and recycle, I’m reminded of numerous court appearances, many of which were on “docket days.” These were the times when we lawyers argued motions or presented orders; it was not a time for hearing evidence — only arguments.
Northeast Hazel Dell — Fifty-five fifth-graders from Image Elementary School participated in a Farm to Fork field day event at the 78 Street Heritage Farm hosted by Washington State University Extension’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education.