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Miles of trials

Blue skies and bright green, expansive fields of grass provided the backdrop for this year’s Lacamas Valley Sheepdog Trial.

Local New Markets Tax Credits advisory committee is formed

Four projects will be proposed as potential recipients of New Market Tax Credits.

Camas eyes retail marijuana ban — with a sunset clause

Camas community development department staff will move forward with planning efforts that could lead to a City Council vote to amend city land use codes banning recreational marijuana retail sales for a period of time. Discussion during last night’s workshop also focused on implementing zoning rules that would prohibit marijuana production and processing within city limits.

Camas will not purchase LaCamas Swim & Sport

After hearing a lot of discussions and questions during the Camas City Council workshop and meeting Monday, Mayor Scott Higgins concluded that the consensus among a majority of council members was that they did not want to move forward with the purchase of LaCamas Swim & Sport.

Briggs, Vick move on to general election

Approximately 28 percent of Clark County voters turned in ballots for the Aug. 5 primary election.

Two people rescued near Naked Falls

Two people were rescued in separate incidents that occurred in the Naked Falls area of the Washougal River on Saturday.

Council votes against land purchase near Sandy Swimming Hole

The Washougal City Council has voted against purchasing land from Riverside Seventh-day Adventist Church, to create a park and overflow parking for users of the Sandy Swimming Hole.

Sentimental Sailor

John Wagoner remembers his 17th birthday — spent aboard a 622-foot long Navy ship, with 3,000 Army GIs on their way to Korea.

Aug. 5 Primary Election Results

Following the release of the first round of election results tonight, Washougal resident Mike Briggs has a secure lead in the Primary Election race for 18th District state representative.

Music is in the air with Matt Mandrones

Matt Mandrones recalls finding something interesting in his grandmother’s guest bedroom closet when he was in the third grade.

Primary Election ballots are due by 8 p.m.

Those who waited until the last minute to vote have a few hours left to return their ballots in time to be counted for today’s Primary Election.