Hometown

Tranquility and time

Lara Blair has been a “maker,” her entire life. So, after the Camas photographer traded in her camera for a third-grade classroom, she needed a new creative outlet.

It’s spelled F-U-N

Four audience members will have the opportunity to put their spelling skills to the test when Washougal High School students perform in “The 25th Annual Putman County Spelling Bee,” this weekend.

Clothes, camaraderie, community

Those who enjoy fashion, socializing and saving money have an option to do all three every month with a local clothing swap.

A living museum

Thanks to a new grant, the Camas-Washougal Historical Society will be able to refurbish some musical artifacts and make them accessible to the public.

Changes on the horizon for Washougal

Despite recent winter weather that prevented many from working, construction is expected to remain on schedule in the Washougal School District.

Snow days

Snow, ice and wind have been the prevailing themes for much of the past month in Camas and Washougal.

Learning, after hours

For many people, the new year is a time to take stock, and evaluate their health, fitness and overall activity levels.

The Art of Imagination

Collage making and animal classification may not seem related, but students at Gause Elementary are learning just the opposite.

Inspiration in creation

Like most romances, it began innocently enough.

Shelter from the storm

Rick James was walking to True Value Hardware in Washougal a year ago when he saw something that stopped him in his tracks.