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Developer eyes open space

Camas City Council members this week approved the first step in an unorthodox land-use zoning process that could turn a 5-acre parcel of public parks open space near Round Lake into a privately owned, 125,365-square-foot, 81-unit senior living center with an underground parking garage and an attached, 48-bed memory care center.

Who’s funding whom?

It may be a drop in the bucket compared to the money flowing through national politicians’ coffers, but campaign finance is still a critical piece of local elections and can tell voters a lot about who might influence a particular candidate’s decision-making in the future.

Camas councilor quits abruptly

Halfway through his second term on the Camas City Council, Tim Hazen unexpectedly resigned his council seat Monday, saying he wanted to devote more time to work.

District, classified workers head to mediation

Camas councilor calls it quits halfway through second term

Fireworks issue smolders

Craft coffee comes to Camas

Educators vie for school board seat

Election 2017: Who will lead Washougal in 2018?

Candidate files as write-in for mayor race

Washougal voters might be surprised to learn there are three candidates for mayor in the Nov. 7 general election — Molly Coston, Dan Coursey and Paul Godin.