Month: August 2023

Perez talks right to repair, views of Congress on podcast

Earlier this week, U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania, appeared on the political podcast The Next Level to discuss her views of Congress, her efforts to recruit a diverse staff, […]

County council looks to limit ‘abusive’ public comments

“Abusive comments” from some members of the public have the Clark County Council considering whether to change the public comment portion of its meetings. The issue arose recently after one caller, […]

Republicans target Perez in ad campaign

The National Republican Congressional Committee earlier this week announced a targeted nationwide advertising campaign against 21 vulnerable Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives, including Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania. The […]

Conservative gathering brings controversial guest speakers to Clark County

This year’s Great Northwest Awakening event hosted by Patriots United is being held Oct. 21 at the Clark County Event Center. The all-day event features conservative pundits, motivational speakers, musicians […]

Kent talks timber in new video series

This week, Republican candidate for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District Joe Kent debuted a new virtual video series, “Get Local With Joe,” in which he holds recorded one-on-one conversations with individuals […]

Local businesses awarded apprenticeship grants

Two Clark County businesses were among dozens to receive grants from the state’s Labor and Industries department. Tradesmen Electric in Battle Ground and Frontier Electrical in Vancouver were among the […]

Perez weighs in on Barbie vs. Oppenheimer, Congress work in digital Q&A

In addition to in person town halls, U.S. Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez, D-Skamania, has taken to social media to answer questions from constituents. In the first three installments of the digital […]

Murray addresses climate concerns at roundtable events

This week, Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., toured Central Washington to meet with firefighters, forest service officials and agriculture leaders and address the growing effects of climate change on Washington state. At […]

Letter to support I-5 bridge grant a challenge for county council

A letter in support of a $2.9 billion grant application for the Interstate Bridge Replacement Project proved to be a stumbling block for the Clark County Council. The letter, which came […]

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