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.
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.
The 148th Clark County Fair kicked off with strong attendance, smiles and near perfect weather.
Stepping onto the grounds of Kiwanis Camp Wa-Ri-Ki is a little like going back in time.
Camas Days once again proved to be a crowd favorite, attracting approximately 14,000 people during its two-day run July 22 and 23.
Although it’s only a 10-minute drive from the Washougal Safeway, Kathy Marty’s home feels like a world away.
The eye-catching window displays in Camas Antiques beckon visitors inside, much like a lighthouse guides ships in the bay.
A student carefully sifts through dirt at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site on a hot summer day.
When most kids move out of their family home for the first time, parents are there to provide guidance and items needed for their first residence.
Most who live in the local area have likely heard of the Student Stride for Education, where kids and community members run to raise money for local schools.