An air of holiday cheer and the unmistakable smell of pine, spruce and other evergreens filled the air at Hathaway Elementary School this past weekend.
Nikki O’Keeffe focuses on frosting a cupcake, paying close attention to the details. Occasionally, she and husband Jon will chat, but for the most part, she is focused on her craft.
Minda and Kevin Coombs understand the hospitality business.
John Furniss has been blind since he was 16 years old. But far from sitting around and feeling sorry for himself, John is an artist who also bakes bread, mows his own lawn, volunteers at Habitat for Humanity and does routine house maintenance.
While life is random and unfair, it is also undoubtedly precious.
The holiday season will soon be upon us, and with it all of the hustle and bustle of gift buying. A time-honored tradition for many is to scope out finds from the myriad of offerings at area bazaars.
Take a quick look around the newest middle school in Camas, and you’ll immediately spot some of the key differences that make it unique.
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.
When Alphonce Okuku met Ingrid Ford in 2001, his village in Kenya was ravaged by HIV, with a high mortality rate.
There’s a few rules for the students attending the Columbia River Watershed Festival.