Camas and Washougal are two communities that have changed drastically over the years.
Their active economic developments began when they became mill towns, and sites for dairy farming and logging, as well as other endeavors related to the timber industry. Over the years, they have both slowly transformed into so much more.
They are cities that have embraced many changes, weathered ups and downs, and seen successes and failures. Longtime and new residents alike have remained committed to preserving and taking pride in the local history.
Next week, the Post-Record will publish “Discovering Camas & Washougal,” This special section will highlight many of the things that give these two communities character — from their colorful histories and special places to visit like local trails and downtown core areas, to their residents who are making impacts as business owners, volunteers and teachers.
“Discover Camas and Washougal” will highlight some of the wonderful things that make these communities unique.