Month: September 2014

Thought for the Week

In his column in the Columbian last week, Leonard Pitts talked about spanking, and I think it’s worth presenting his ideas, as I agree with him. I’m quoting from the […]

Shell Hired as Public Works Director in Ridgefield

City Manager Steve Stuart announced the hiring of Tim Shell as the new Public Works Director for the City of Ridgefield. Tim will join the City beginning Wednesday, October 1. […]

Ground Breaking at Sportsman’s

The historic Sportsman's Restaurant and Lounge in downtown Ridgefield will have a breaking ground ceremony on Friday, September 26th, at 2pm. Everyone is invited to attend this historic event. The […]

Donors to Birds of Prey Exhibit at Bird Fest

The Ridgefield Business Association announces that the following members have contributed money to make possible the Birds of Prey Exhibit at Bird Fest: Battle Ground Healthcare, Flightpath LLC, NWCPA, Sage Organics, The Sportsman’s Restaurant, Yoga […]

McIsaacs to Speak on ‘Columbia River Artists’

Adam McIsaac will speak on ‘Columbia River Artists’ for the Natural History Series, presented by the Friends of the Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge, at the Old Liberty Theater in Ridgefield […]

New Descriptive Panels at Overlook Park in Ridgefield

The descriptive panels are in place at Overlook Park in downtown Ridgefield! Designed by Adam McIsaac, the panels represent scenes from the Refuge – oak trees, fish, heron, wild flowers. […]

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