It’s not uncommon to change career paths as a millennial, but this trend isn’t limited to those from younger generations.
Tom West was so talented at coloring contests in elementary school that teachers moved him into more challenging competitions so other students had the opportunity to win.
Although it seems like school just let out for the summer, local educators are already shifting their focus to the first day in September.
When Josh and Wendy Smith use the phrase, “Everyone needs a forever home,” it’s not something they say lightly.
With the long, cold winter just a distant memory, outdoor concerts will soon return to Crown Park.
The long, lazy days and warm nights of July are an ideal time to get out and visit art galleries. From the Second Story Gallery at the Camas Public Library, to the Attic Gallery, opportunities abound to view local artwork.
Next time you pull weeds, you may want to consider tossing them into a salad instead of the yard debris bin.
he lofting wind that flowed east from the Columbia River Gorge, winding its way through Jemtegaard Middle School’s separated buildings for the past 35 years, has made its last round.
Friday and Saturday were filled with parental, educator and community pride, as friends and family gathered to watch local students receive their hard-earned diplomas.
Listening to conversations during sixth-grade outdoor school can be both entertaining and interesting.