Hometown

A place to fly

Brian Joiner eyes the runway, preparing for takeoff.

Bringing fresh back

The sounds of music, excited children and friendly greetings echoed through the streets of downtown Camas on a recent sunny Wednesday afternoon.

Class of 2015

Friday and Saturday were filled with community pride as friends and family gathered to watch local students earn their high school diplomas. There were tears, laughter and a sense of accomplishment and anticipation, as one chapter closed and another opened. The Post-Record has put together a wrap-up of the festivities from all four schools.

‘Practice kindness’

Never underestimate the power of a simple act of kindness.

A time to say goodbye

The Washougal High School 101st commencement ceremony served as an opportunity to say farewell to several faculty and staff members, as well as the Class of 2015.

‘You really are fearless’

Be kind. Be proud. Be fearless

Interpreting natural and cultural history

Robert Peterson is passionate about the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center Museum.

Everyone’s an athlete

When asked what he enjoys most about being a member of the Unified Soccer team, Josiah Schmid breaks into a big smile and shrugs his shoulders.

Creating beauty

Venita Faye Scott knows a thing or two about irises.

Bringing home their 'angel'

It took some time for Michelle Tuell to convince her husband, Chuck, to consider adoption. “I had always wanted a daughter,” she said. “But after having three boys, I thought it wasn’t in my family plan.”