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Creamy Lemon Chicken and Orzo with Spring Vegetables

  As winter turns toward spring, what sounds good for dinner can change as rapidly as the weather. Your appetite can become as fickle as the forecast, craving something light and […]

Celia Racanelli of Hockinson tops 3A/2A Greater St. Helens League gymnastics all-league team

All-league team as selected by the league and submitted for publication: Gymnast of the year: Celia Racanelli, Hockinson FIRST TEAM Celia Racanelli, vault, Hockinson Celia Racanelli, bars, Hockinson Reese Velansky, beam, Washougal Evie Dreiling, floor, Ridgefield SECOND […]

Bella Curry and Bella Hewes top 3A Greater St. Helens League girls bowling all-league team

All-league team as selected by the league and submitted for publication (Note: the 4A and 3A GSHL have decided that this school year, all-league teams will consist of just first […]

Addysen Case of Skyview tops 4A Greater St. Helens League girls bowling all-league team

All-league team as selected by the league and submitted for publication (Note: the 4A and 3A GSHL have decided that this school year, all-league teams will consist of just first […]

Owen Robertson of Union tops 4A Greater St. Helens League boys swimming all-league team

All-league team as selected by the league and submitted for publication (Note: the 4A and 3A GSHL have decided that this school year, all-league teams will consist of just first […]

Vladyslav Danylyuk of Prairie tops 3A Greater St. Helens League boys swimming all-league team

All-league team as selected by the league and submitted for publication (Note: the 4A and 3A GSHL have decided that this school year, all-league teams will consist of just first […]

Niah Cassidy of Union tops 4A/3A Greater St. Helens League girls wrestling all-league team

All-league team as selected by the league and submitted for publication (Note: the 4A and 3A GSHL have decided that this school year, all-league teams will consist of just first […]

Ayden Denbo of Mountain View tops 3A Greater St. Helens League boys wrestling all-league team

All-league team as selected by the league and submitted for publication (Note: the 4A and 3A GSHL have decided that this school year, all-league teams will consist of just first […]

Noah Koyama of Union tops 4A Greater St. Helens League boys wrestling all-league team

All-league team as selected by the league and submitted for publication (Note: the 4A and 3A GSHL have decided that this school year, all-league teams will consist of just first […]

Dez Daniel and Hayden Yore tops 3A Greater St. Helens League boys basketball all-league

All-league team as selected by the league and submitted for publication (Note: the 4A and 3A GSHL have decided that this school year, all-league teams will consist of just first […]

Beckett Currie of Camas tops 4A Greater St. Helens League boys basketball all-league team

All-league team as selected by the league and submitted for publication (Note: the 4A and 3A GSHL have decided that this school year, all-league teams will consist of just first […]

10 Ways to Dramatically Increase Energy

Maintaining high energy levels is crucial for optimal performance and overall well-being at work, home or play. Whether you need energy to face a demanding workday, complete a rigorous workout […]

Does YOUR Kitty Drink from the Toilet?

If YOUR favorite feline finds drinking from the toilet a paw-leasure, have you ever wondered why? And how to break her of this less than sanitary habit? Cats don’t “consider” […]

Caprese Stuffed Portobello Mushrooms 

Plate up something new and different this week with a fast filled mushroom. Stuffed portobellos are an easy way to do dinner when you’re in a hurry. Filled as you […]

7 Steps to Heart Health

Heart health is a crucial aspect of overall well-being, and the American Heart Association (AHA) stands at the forefront of providing comprehensive guidelines for maintaining optimal cardiovascular health. It’s important […]

Sheet Pan Chicken Fajitas

Sometimes you just need an easy dinner. Sometimes, meaning “all the time” and “right this minute.” You crave something satisfying, but you’re not in the mood to cook. You need […]

The 3-2-1 Approach to Better Sleep

In the quest for a good night's sleep, the 3-2-1 approach provides a straightforward yet powerful strategy to enhance sleep quality. This method breaks down the hours leading up to […]

Radio Network for The Blind, Visually Impaired, The Disabled and Veterans!

CGR Radio for the Blind, Disabled, Seniors and Veterans, is a FREE Radio Network(online)7/24/365 with 4 online audio streams featuring programming such as newspaper-book-magazine readings, educational, community focused, entertainment and […]

February Is Spay/Neuter Month

The problem of cat overpopulation is a global one and requires a solution on a global scale. But like every journey that begins with a single step, this particular journey […]

Easy Baked Alaska

With Mardi Gras falling so close to Valentine’s Day, this year why not celebrate both? Add a little bit of New Orleans to sweetheart’s day with an old-fashioned dessert that’s […]

Plant Based Protein

Protein is a critical component of a balanced diet, playing a vital role in the growth, repair, and maintenance of various tissues in the human body. As we age, protein […]

Vegetable Spring Rolls with Peanut Butter Dipping Sauce

Football fans unite! Super Bowl Sunday, the biggest game of the season, is almost here. Loaded nachos, fiery wings, juicy sliders, and a big bowl of chunky guacamole are all […]

Rep. Waters’ fish barrier bill moves forward

House Bill 2045 from 17th District Rep. Kevin Waters, R-Stevenson, took another step closer to becoming law this week. If passed, the bill would help with the removal of fish […]

Fitness Trivia

During this past weekend, we celebrated our 24th anniversary at NW Personal Training. As part of the festivities, we did a 24 question Fitness Trivia game. Let’s see how you […]

Addison’s Disease in Cats

Addison’s disease or hypoadrenocorticism is the result of decreased hormone production in the cortex (outer part) of a cat’s adrenal glands. While rare in cats, hypoadrenocorticism is most common in […]

Breakfast Taquitos

  Holed up for several days during the latest round of freezing temps, I was inspired with a bout of indoor industriousness. The colder it got, the more I did. Outside […]

Some familiar names among planning commission candidates

Clark County’s search for volunteers to serve on the planning commission is bringing back some familiar names. Following an executive session meeting on Wednesday, the county council voted to interview five […]

New year brings new leadership to Ridgefield, Battle Ground

The start of the new year brought with it some changes to leadership for both Ridgefield and Battle Ground. At the Battle Ground City Council’s first meeting of the year on […]

Reset Not Retreat

Many of you have set intentions for a healthier 2024 and yet, here we are only a couple weeks in and our plans are already being sabotaged with snow, ice […]

Banana Blueberry Oatmeal Bake and Healthy Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

January is National Oatmeal Month. Take a peek in your pantry and go with the grain. If you’ve got oats, you can make all sorts of things that are delicious, […]

Southwest Washington lawmakers off to a busy start

Southwest Washington lawmakers had a busy first week in Olympia with several bills already well on their way toward passing. The 2024 legislative session convened on Monday. House Bill 1455, which […]

Remove Nutrition Confusion

How does one decide which approach to healthy nutrition they should adopt? Some swear by a vegan or vegetarian approach to promote overall health. Others are convinced that a carnivore […]

FERAL CATS DESERVE WARMTH THIS WINTER

  As the thermometer plunges and the days grow darker earlier and stay colder longer, there are entire colonies of cats that could not survive without the compassion and warmth of […]

Three-Cup Chicken

I love to cook but I don’t like having to do it every day. After the holidays, I am ready to give my stove, my oven, and most of all, […]

Medvigy, Belkot to lead county council in 2024

The Clark County Council has a new chair and vice chair. District 4 Councilor Gary Medvigy will serve as chair and District 2 Councilor Michelle Belkot will serve as vice […]

More In ’24

In the quest for a healthier and more fulfilling life, adopting simple habits can be life changing. Here Is A List of 24 Health Habits That You Can Adopt As You Launch […]

CGR Radio for the blind is growing!

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

State lawmakers prefile hundreds of bills before start of legislative session

State lawmakers have been cautioning constituents not to expect a lot of new bills in the next legislative session. But not all of the state’s 98 representatives and 49 senators […]

Slow-Cooker Lentil Soup

It’s a bright new year. After all of the eating too much and spending too much, the lean, bean days of January are here. For the lean part, it’s a […]

Better New Years Resolutions

With approximately 70% of our society overweight or obese, many people use January 1st as an incentive to lose weight and get healthy. Although carrying excessive body fat is a major […]

MEOW for Kitty Rescue Resolutions 2024!

Have you thought of drawing up a different list of resolutions this year?   Have you thought about getting involved in the world of cat rescue, but didn’t know how? Here then, are […]

A mayor’s wish for Christmas

‘Twas the month of Christmas and all through the White House, visitors were coming to see the Senate and House. Among them was a mayor, Anne McEnerny-Ogle from Vancouver, who brought […]

Crispy Smashed Potatoes

Friends and family. They’re the people we love most and the best part of every celebration. New Year’s Eve is a great night for cozying up and staying in. Watch […]

Reasons To Commit To Getting Fit

As we approach the New Year, we tend to reflect on the past year, while also looking forward to how we want our upcoming year to unfold. We may set […]

Targeted political attacks hit close to home

Hate speech and politically motivated attacks on Washington cities, counties and political parties have been ramping up in recent months and Clark County is no exception. On Monday, Congressional candidate Joe […]

A Festive Feline Holiday Season

As you deck the proverbial halls this season, please keep your favorite feline fur-iends in mind. Any changes in their regular routine – a home suddenly filled with new scents, […]

Battle Ground to consider letting employees concealed carry

Should Battle Ground’s non-law enforcement employees be allowed to carry a handgun while working? Councilor Shane Bowman asked for the issue to be discussed during the council’s regular meeting Monday […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 Listeners...it is non commercial and NO ads and NO membership […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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