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‘First step away from homelessness’ comes to Washougal

Individuals and families experiencing homelessness in the Camas-Washougal area now have one more local resource to help in their search for stable housing.

Camas’ newest city park begins to take shape in Green Mountain subdivision

If approved as-is by the Camas City Council later this summer, the city’s latest public park would offer residents a new space to play with their children on the play structure, picnic with their families at ADA-accessible picnic tables and barbecue pits, play a game of volleyball or basketball or simply walk on the trails and take in the gorgeous views.

Obits for June 29, 2017

Fireworks, live music, family fun planned for July Fourth holiday

Looking for a fun, local way to celebrate Independence Day on Tuesday? The Port of Camas-Washougal has your answer.

Benevolent Queen Nan

Nan Henriksen is sitting in a remote corner of a downtown Camas cafe, trying to look as inconspicuous as possible. But that doesn’t stop well-wishers from shouting “Hi, Nan!” to the woman who was once named Camas’ “Political Leader of the Century” as soon as they spot her.

UPDATE: SR-14, near Salmon Falls Road, reopens

The driver of a semi-truck that was pulling two tanker cars loaded with hot oil Tuesday morning was allegedly speeding and is facing a charge of second-degree negligent driving.

National Weather Service issues an excessive heat warning for this weekend

Consultants: ‘Keep status quo,’ don’t contract out for EMS

Results from an in-depth, 126-page report on emergency medical services in the Camas-Washougal area show that city leaders’ best, most cost-effective option is to maintain the status quo.

Washougal Masons frustrated by new median near lodge

Several members of the North Bank Masonic Lodge #182 are frustrated by a roadblock that prevents drivers leaving the lodge from turning south onto Washougal River Road.

Location, location, location: In downtown Camas, business owners find room to grow

Downtown Camas is thriving, and a spate of recent business expansions means the community can now enjoy more accommodating spaces as well as more art, food and drinks within Camas’ core.