A school bus was searched following a report of a Camas kindergarten student carrying bullets in a backpack. At about 4 p.m. on Tuesday, the driver of a school bus on a Prune Hill Elementary route was alerted by a student that a bullet was discovered.
Kelly Slauson’s optimistic nature is contagious. Within a few minutes of meeting her, it’s very plain to see that this 20-year-old college student is most ...
Winning state once? Awesome. Twice? Fantastic. Three times? Almost never. But Camas High School’s Science Olympiad teams hit a new record Saturday, taking first-place at the State Science Olympiad Tournament for the fourth year in a row.
If all goes as planned, the Camas Municipal Pool will have a new manager come summer. Lacamas Swim & Sport is negotiating an agreement with the city to operate the pool, which could open as early as Memorial Day weekend.
A Washougal home will go up in flames Saturday as part of a training burn.
Varying opinions regarding a New Markets Tax Credit program have led the Washougal City Council to defer additional discussions and a possible vote by two weeks. Councilors voted unanimously last night to table a decision regarding a professional services agreement with the Camas-Washougal Economic Development Association, the City of Camas and the Port of Camas-Washougal. It would include an expenditure of $21,875 from Washougal.
Seventeen businesses will be honored Wednesday for their commitment to environmental protection by participating in Clark County’s Green Business Program. The third annual Green Business Showcase will recognize new program participants, as well as businesses that continue to reduce energy use, promote recycling, manage polluted storm runoff and implement other sustainable practices.
Area residents and business representatives are invited to view the remodeled Vancouver Vision Clinic. An open house will be held Thursday, from 4 to 7 p.m., at 329 N.E. Sixth Ave. A ribbon cutting is set for 4:30 p.m.
Five Clark County leaders joined the Clark College Alumni Association board of directors. They are Jay Gilberg, class of 1978, of Northwestern Mutual Financial Network, Mari Jessup, ‘12, of Horenstein Law Group, Chandra Chase, ‘02, of the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce, Carson Legree of Clark College and Jennifer Campbell, ‘13, an award-winning Clark student. Each new board member will serve a three-year term and work on a variety of projects including alumni membership recruitment, on- and off-campus fundraising events, Clark College’s Outstanding Alumni Award recognition and the annual Alumni-Student Dinner.
The Camas City Council voted last night to extend a zoning moratorium relating to the establishment of marijuana production, processing and retail sales facilities. The moratorium gives city staff time to “review and determine the local implications of the state rules, and to assess impacts and potential liabilities under federal law, and to determine an appropriate regulatory framework under those laws.” The moratorium is an extension of the one put into place in November 2013.
The co-founder and chief executive officer of AHA!, will talk about “Unleashing Brand Value: 4 Steps to a More Powerful Brand.” Betsy Henning will be the guest speaker at the next Clark County PubTalk Tuesday, April 15, from 5 to 8 p.m., in the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site Artillery Barracks, 600 E. Hatheway Road, Vancouver.