Transforming lives

A local couple recently combined their love of running and passion for helping others, to raise $10,000 to build a home for a Haitian widow and her children.

Tales from a Kenyan village

When Alphonce Okuku met Ingrid Ford in 2001, his village in Kenya was ravaged by HIV, with a high mortality rate.

Real world science

There’s a few rules for the students attending the Columbia River Watershed Festival.

Simple elegance in nature

Guests to Skamania Lodge now have the opportunity to revisit their childhood with a stay in two new treehouses.

Building a healthy school community

Cathy Sork has always had a passion for leadership, dating back to her days as student teacher.

Feathered friends

Stepping onto the hiking trail at Columbia Springs with views of wildlife everywhere, one can forget that they are just a short distance away from Highway 14.

Riding for a cure

When bad things happen, seemingly out of nowhere, reactions can vary wildly.

The other 8 percent

When 16-year-old singer and songwriter Rachel Higgins was looking up lyrics on Google, she was disappointed to see most popular songs contained extremely questionable material.

New year, new schools, new look

The chatter of students in the hallways and bright yellow buses on the roads will mark the start of school in Camas and Washougal in less than two weeks.

The wind of change

Two years ago, Roger Londberg and Linda Meadows sold their house and most of their possessions, and embarked on a journey aboard a 50 foot sailboat, Dalliance.