Hometown

Expression through art

As a dyslexic child who struggled with reading and math, Peter de Lory learned early on to rely on the visual world.

Learning real-world skills

The senior capstone project: Over the years, students in Camas and Washougal have come up with some fairly unique and interesting ideas. These have included everything from teaching leadership classes to young children to climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro.

Patience, respect and self-control

As a young man, Sifu Paco’s temper got him into a lot of trouble.

Exploring their future

Rob Pullen loves to fly.

Something for everyone

Library offerings have come a long way in the past two decades.

Cool science

Lindsay Rogers, or “Kid Nature,” as she is known, hands each group of students a box with several items, including land line phones.

Speaking their piece

Tara Ziegler looked at the crowd and prepared to voice her opinion on why the city of Washougal should not pass a bicycle helmet ordinance.

Camas-Washougal residents are tackling fitness as a family

Like many people, Rachel Lee of Vancouver joined a gym to help her keep in shape. However, with the cold winter months meaning limited outdoor time, she also wanted to find an activity she could participate in with her kids.

The rhythm of life

When Joseph Platt saw Julieann Smith tapping her feet to a Kenny Rogers song, he knew what needed to happen.

Capturing the moment

Sherri Irish has been capturing images with her camera since she was a young girl growing up in Florida.