Sometimes, one impulsive decision can alter the course of your life forever. For Camas resident Heather Radu, it came shortly after she graduated from high school in Portland.
“Ask yourself if what you are doing today is getting you closer to where you want to be tomorrow.”
The phrase “E pluribus unum,” which translates to, “Out of many, one,” is on the seal of the United States.
With the area’s first taste of warm weather recently, summer is on the minds of many, particularly children. What to do during the long months without school is a question now being considered by parents.
When Adam Ryan and Seth Bradshaw were looking for projects that would help them to earn the rank of Eagle Scout, scouting's highest honor, they went back in time.
Harriet Walker believes senior citizens can do anything they want if they have something to do.
When Annmarie Ertolacci and her husband moved to Camas last year, they weren't the only ones who needed help navigating the new area.
You'll see them out on the local trails, picking up garbage, removing fallen tree branches, helping to fill in ruts and potholes, and doing whatever maintenance they can.
When most people think of insects, they likely envision something harmful that needs to be eradicated, especially when gardening.
When Mona Davies heard a student question disbelievingly that there would be enough to do during three days of outdoor school, a lightbulb went off.