Students in Anna Linde's classroom got a sneak peak at their new school last week.
"I'm not trying to prove I'm tough. I just want to prove I'm here for the right reasons."
Ask someone what the word "love," means, and you'll likely be met by responses as varied as the heart of each individual.
Ask most elementary school children what cooking involves, and many will answer with putting a frozen pizza in the oven, or zapping a bowl of canned ravioli.
Inspiration can come in some pretty unique ways.
Some Camas High School graduates have chosen to forgo the typical college experience for something more non-traditional and outside-of-the-box. From working as a nanny in France to studying at a culinary arts school in Italy, these students are taking time to gain a new world perspective and have experiences they won't soon forget. The Post-Record interviewed a few of these recent graduates to learn in more detail about their unique adventures.
A family owned art business of more than 40 years has found a home in Camas.
After a spinal cord injury three years ago left her temporarily paralyzed, Kathy Dering turned to painting to help her regain strength and coordination in her hands.
Several area businesses, organizations have donation efforts underway
Terri Shanahan pauses as she gazes up at the unique light fixture in the dining room of her Dutch Colonial Revival home.