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Van Nortwick backs Lewallen in 3rd Congressional District race

Clark County Assessor Peter Van Nortwick on Thursday announced he is backing Leslie Lewallen’s bid for the 3rd Congressional District seat. Lewallen, who currently serves as a Camas city councilor, […]

Holiday Fitness Challenges

The holidays are busy and sometimes stressful with decorating, shopping, get-togethers, dinners, and festivities, so it’s easy to understand why people have a hard time committing to their fitness and […]

Chewy Ginger Molasses Cookies and Vegan Russian Tea Cakes

  Get ready to celebrate National Cookie Day on December 4 with a batch of warm and delicious homemade cookies. Every cookie is a trip down memory lane, a reminder of […]

The “Dirt” on Kitty Dandruff

When dead skin cells accumulate on a cat’s skin, hair follicles or coat, it’s known as a condition called seborrhea, or simply put, dandruff. Presenting as small white flakes or flecks […]

1A state semifinal preview: Seton Catholic vs. Royal

The state playoffs continue to be a challenge for us. We completely struck out last week. The 0-3 week dropped us to 135-30 (81.8 percent). It’s getting to the point where having […]

State revenue forecast continues to climb; lawmaker calls for freeze on new taxes

Washington state is expected to bring in an additional $191 million in revenue during the 2023-2025 biennium, increasing total revenue to $66.9 billion, according to projections released by the Economic […]

Trenton Swanson, Jake Kennedy and Nikko Speer lead 4A Greater St. Helens League football all-league team

All-league team as selected by league coaches Co-offensive players of the year: Trenton Swanson sr., Camas; Jake Kennedy, sr., Skyview Defensive player of the year: Nikko Speer, jr., Camas FIRST TEAM Offense Jake Davidson, jr., […]

Links to the 2023 fall all-league teams in Southwest Washington

Here are the links to the 2023 fall all-league teams in the 4A, 3A and 2A Greater St. Helens League, as well as the Trico League. All-league teams are selected […]

Intuitive Eating

The Holiday Season is a wonderful time filled with family, friends, good times, and great foods. Many find themselves stressing over how holiday goodies may affect their health and fitness […]

Lila McGeachy of Camas leads 4A Greater St. Helens League girls swimming all-league team

All-league team as selected by league coaches: Swimmer of the year: Lila McGeachy, jr., Camas FIRST TEAM Bailey Trahan, so., 200 free, Skyview Genova Michaelson, so., 200 IM, Camas Sophie Wade, sr., 50 free, Camas Joli […]

Lucy Demaray of Mountain View tops 3A Greater St. Helens League girls swimming all-league tea

All-league team as selected by league coaches: Swimmer of the year: Lucy Demaray, fr., Mountain View FIRST TEAM Avery Yamamura, sr., 200 free, Mountain View Peyton Atkins., so., 200 IM, Prairie Haley Gunderson, jr., 50 […]

Makena Gamby, Ali Millspaugh lead 3A Greater St. Helens League volleyball all-league team

All-league team as selected by league coaches: Co-players of the year: Makena Gamby, sr., S/OPP, Mountain View; Ali Millspaugh, sr., OH/MH, Prairie FIRST TEAM Natalie Bair, sr., S, Kelso Emelynn Cecil, sr., L, Prairie Olivia […]

Halle Reiter, Kendall Mairs of Camas top 4A Greater St. Helens League volleyball all-league team

All-league team as selected by league coaches: Co-players of the year: Kendall Mairs, jr., S/OH, Camas; Halle Reiter, sr., L, Camas FIRST TEAM Bella Brustad, jr., OH, Union Lauren Davis, sr., MH, Skyview McKinley Ermshar, […]

Sparkling Cranberry and Apple Cocktail and Hot Ham and Cheese Bites

The most anticipated meal of the year is just a day away. Hopefully, you are sitting with the paper, either just starting your day or taking a break with your […]

Rail advisory board postpones railroad recommendation

It’s now more than just neighbors and state agencies taking note of Portland-Vancouver Junction Railroad’s controversial road project in the Chelatchie Bluff Mineral Lands area. On Monday, the Clark County […]

State quarterfinal football preview capsules, predications and livestream links

First-round of state did not go very well for us. We went 28-0 in the previous two weeks combined. But last week, we went 3-5. That dropped us to 135-27 (83.3 […]

NEW stream(#6)for Radio Reading Service for The Blind, Disabled and 50 Plus!

Community Growth Radio in Vancouver Washington/Clark County has ADDED a NEW stream(#6)per request from our Blind, Visually Impaired and Disabled is non commercial and NO ads and NO membership […]

Thanksgiving Day Workouts

Most people dream about turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, and pumpkin pie for Thanksgiving dinner. But few think about working out on Thanksgiving Day. Reasons To Do Something Active On Thanksgiving […]

Cash Cook, Porter Drake, Ayden Denbo of Mountain View lead 3A Greater St. Helens League football all-league team

All-league team as selected by league coaches: Co-offensive players of the year: Cash Cook, sr., Mountain View; Porter Drake, sr., Mountain View Defensive player of the year: Ayden Denbo, sr., Mountain View FIRST […]

Charlotte Wilson of Union top 4A Greater St. Helens League girls cross country all-league team

All-league team as selected by league coaches: Runner of the year: Charlotte Wilson, sr., Union FIRST TEAM Charlotte Wilson, sr., Union Eliisa Marshall, jr., Camas Daphne Evenson, jr., Skyview Lauren Amato, sr., Skyview Evelyn Reed, jr., Skyview Sara […]

Traditional Gluten-Free Christmas Pudding

  Get a start on your holiday baking and stir up a new tradition with a homemade Christmas pudding. Stir-Up Sunday is the last Sunday before Advent (November 26 this year) […]

Microchips Are a Must for Your Cat

Millions of cats go missing each year, and statistically, those without microchips have less than a 5% chance of being reunited with their families. Cats with microchips, on the other […]

Kent disputes Lewallen’s statements

Republican candidates Joe Kent and Leslie Lewallen will face off for the 3rd Congressional District seat next year. But neither is waiting that long to begin trading barbs. Kent, who lives […]

The Health Issues With Being Too Comfortable

Labor saving devices and the comforts of the modern world that are supposed to be making our lives easier are actually causing disease, early deaths and mental health issues. Michael […]

Oven Roasted Herbed Turkey Breast and Butternut Squash and Ricotta Bruschettas

Ready or not, here come the holidays! It’s time to gather, be grateful, and eat to your heart’s content. It’s a time to honor your family’s traditions, make favorite dishes, […]

Campaign flyers feature voting records, support for Don Orange

Few campaign ads have been spotted on TV, on social media or in mailboxes this election season. Just days ahead of the Nov. 7 general election that changed when flyers […]

Just Ruck It

Rucking is a military phrase referring to walking while carrying weight. It is becoming more popular amongst the general population as a great way to workout with many benefits. Benefits of […]

Pork and Scalloped Potato Stew

  Embrace the cooler weather with a warm and cozy meal. As you bundle up and transition into the new season, settle in for the evening and gather everyone for this […]

Does Your Cat Follow YOU Into the Bathroom?

If so, you’re definitely not the only one. What is it about bathrooms that our feline friends find so utterly fascinating? Some cats see bathrooms as the purr-fect playrooms – whether […]

Federal Election Commission dismisses complaint against Kent

This month, the Federal Election Commission dismissed a complaint against Republican congressional candidate Joe Kent which alleged that Kent had broken campaign contribution and employment laws leading up to the […]

Building industry PAC endorses candidates

The Building Industry Group, a non-partisan political action committee associated with the Building Industry Association of Clark County, announced its candidate endorsements for the upcoming Nov. 7 general election. In the […]

Practical Tips to Living Long and Healthy

Over the last 4 weeks, we’ve learned 4 General Themes for how to live long and healthy based on areas where high concentrations of Centenarians live in Japan, Italy, Greece, […]

Ghastly Ghoulash

I can’t remember anything my mom made for Halloween dinner, but I do remember her costumes. I can still see her, sewing pins between her teeth, making last minute adjustments […]

Vancouver city councilors discuss upcoming legislative priorities

Although the state legislative session won’t begin until January next year, the Vancouver City Council met this week to discuss their top priorities for the upcoming session. Among the priorities for […]

Increasing Life Expectancy by Learning from Blue Zones

The final episode in the Netflix Series “Live to 100 – Secrets of the Blue Zones” asks whether we can change our future based on the wisdom gained from the […]

Autumn Spiced Snacks

Capture the essence of all that’s fall with foods guaranteed to keep you in the seasonal mood. Don’t let the cakes and pies have all the fun. Stir some pumpkin […]

Kitty Hair Here, There and Everywhere!

Does cat hair dominate your world? If so, consider the following seven steps to remedy the situation. Use a lint roller: Roll it back and forth and up and down […]

County council review of parks capital plan focuses on Heritage Farm

When it comes to the future of the 78th Street Heritage Farm, Clark County Councilor Gary Medvigy is ready to take action. During a work session Wednesday to review a […]

Perez introduces bill to support veteran families

Last week, U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania, introduced a bill to help the families of veterans receive more support from the federal government. The Helping Heroes Act would help support […]

The Greek & Costa Rican Way to Health and Longevity

Over the last two weeks, we have reviewed the first two episodes of the Netflix Series “Live to 100 – Secrets of the Blue Zones”. We’ve learned how the Okinawans, […]

Classic Pumpkin Scones and Healthy Pumpkin Scones

The air is crisp, the leaves are turning, and if you’ve been dreaming of pumpkins, this is your moment. Get back in the kitchen and bake something! It’s cozy season […]

The Italian and Loma Linda Way to Health and Longevity

Last week, we reviewed Episode One of the Netflix Series “Live to 100 – Secrets of the Blue Zones”. Dan Buettner, author and travel expert, featured the Okinawans’ focus on […]

Italian Sausage Sliders

Game day is as good of an excuse as any to gather over food. Whether it’s tacos or tenders, wings, nachos, brisket, or dips galore, the food gets as much […]

Cats and Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

As the days grow darker and shorter, and the thermometer plummets, so does the mood of millions of people living in the Northern Hemisphere. But humans are not the only […]

The Okinawan Way to Health and Longevity

Anyone who would like to increase their life span and improve their quality of life should watch the Netflix Series “Live to 100 – Secrets of the Blue Zones”. Author […]

Turkey and Artichoke Stuffed Shells with Arrabbiata Sauce

Nothing’s nicer than a home-cooked meal. Unless, of course, it’s another one waiting for you in the freezer. These Turkey and Artichoke stuffed Shells with Arrabbiata Sauce are all that. […]

Feline Epiphora

Feline epiphora, simply put, is an overflow of tears from a cat’s eyes. A symptom rather than a specific disease, it’s associated with a variety of conditions.   Normally, a thin film […]

The Case for Cat Stairs and Ramps

Is your favorite feline finding it nearly im-paws-ible to jump to and from her most preferred perch? Is she meowing – as in “ouch!” -- after completing a once-easy jump […]

New Radio show(live)not podcast…on Clark County’s CGR Radio

New Radio Show LIVE on CGR #4...Willie The Legend-Country Radio(this format was requested to bring back!)...from our BLIND, DISABLED and Veterans...CGR Radio in Vancouver Wa..CGR Radio has over 40,000 songs […]

STARING: A Feline “Fenomenon”

Our feline fur-iends are famous for staring! They are the most curious of observers, whether it’s staring at you, at the wall, outside a window (for up to five hours a […]

Carefree Cat Road Trips

As creatures of habit who crave their creature comforts, cats don’t always make the best road trip companions. But by mapping out kitty’s trip together with your own, you can […]

Cool Cats in the Summer

Picture yourself on a sweltering summer day wearing a long fur coat. Are you hot yet? Itchy? Thirsty? Desperately searching for shade? Now picture your cats on that same summer day. […]

Music CALL for CGR Radio for The Blind, Disabled and Veterans.

Community Growth Radio for The BLIND, DISABLED and Veterans, Vancouver Washington(locally owned)is seeking music submissions for CGR Radio 3(VetNet)and CGR#4(Willie The Legend)and Mr.Nelson knows.. CGR Radio is seeking music submissions(Mp3)format please. […]

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