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March 2010 News & Views

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State Library hails broadband grantís impact on libraries

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NCCHM Annual Quilt Show

The North Clark County Historical Museum Annual Quilt Show was held March 27 and 28 at the Museum in Amboy. Over 200 people attended the event. Click here for more pictures.

BPA I-5 Corridor Reinforcement Project - Proposed 500 kV Lines

I am writing with regards to Bonneville Power Administration I-5 Corridor Reinforcement Project and their proposed 500 kV lines. My neighbors and I are in the Battle Ground, Amboy, Yacolt, Dole Valley, Chelatchie Prairie, and Merwin/Buncombe Hollow areas. We are a community of hard working individuals who survived the timber industry collapse and the Mt. St. Helens eruption. Now it's Bonneville Power Administration who will be destroying our lifelong investments by creating a drop in our property values if they run these lines through our properties...read more.


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Woodland Chamber After Hours

March 2010, sponsored by Pacific Lifestyle Homes, Class Development, & Garrette Construction. Click here for more pictures.


Kalama Chamber After Hours

The Kalama Chamber of Commerce held an "After Hours" at the Cowlitz Bank in Kalama, WA on March 16, 2010. Click here for more pictures and info.

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Ridgefield Events


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Hill Climb - 2010 Forever Fit Challenge

March 2010. Click here for more pictures.


Woodland Historical Museum

Janice Fillman made a wonderful presentation to the Woodland Chamber of Commerce on March 16, 2010 concerning the Woodland Historical Museum. Click here for more pictures.

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Tree Planting at Horseshoe Lake

The City of Woodland planted some beautiful trees at Horseshoe Lake on March 16, 2010. Watch them grow. Click here for more pictures.


Woodland Fire Department 2010 Awards Banquet

March 2010. Click here for more pictures

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Zumba Dancing

March 6 - This was enjoyable and several participants asked if they could do this again. Click here for more pictures.


China Garden Grand Opening

China Garden Restaurant held it's Grand Opening March 4, 2010. Click here for more pictures.

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New Fire Fighter, Nick Maunu

Nick Maunu took the oath of office for Friefighter/EMT at the City Council meeting March 1, 2010. Click here for more pictures.


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