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You had one job, under voters

In case you weren’t aware, there was an election this week. It didn’t cover the entire county, only those of you who live in one of seven school districts that requested […]

Will third time be a charm for Mielke?

It appears Clark County Councilor Tom Mielke will run for reelection after all. Mielke told The Reflector and Camas-Washougal Post Record that he is, indeed, running to keep his seat in […]

Cities demand county show its work

The problem with tight deadlines — Thursday's Clark County Planning Commission meeting ended at about 9:15 p.m., and my story was written and turned in at 10 p.m. — is […]

Recent election results show no change

With no more ballots left to count, according to the Clark County Elections Office, here are the final totals from the Primary Election. Nothing changed from our most recent report, […]

A quick guide to campaign signs

So how long before those campaign signs all over Clark County have to come down? The answer’s not so simple. It depends on the municipality in which the sign is posted. […]

Battle Ground to C-Tran: Behave, or we’re going home

It's safe to say Philip Johnson spoke for more than just the city of Battle Ground when he addressed the C-Tran Board of Directors this week. Johnson, Battle Ground's deputy mayor, […]

Sign of the times: ‘Put up or shut up’

The sign says it all. A Battle Ground tipster passes along a photo purportedly of Battle Ground councilmen Philip Johnson and Shane Bowman erecting a sign displaying Johnson's now-famous rallying cry […]

Battle Ground is no rented mule

Let it be known: Battle Ground City Councilor Philip Johnson is not a rented mule. As such, he does not want to be ridden like one. But tell that to the city […]

Flashback Friday

Let’s kick off the weekend – and the start of a new month – with a Flashback Friday. Today, Battle Ground City Councilor Mike Ciraulo and his wife, Gilda, celebrate their […]

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