A Cut Above

A retired pharmacist with Midwestern roots is finding joy through the hobby of woodworking.

Local schools face renewed sanctions of No Child Left Behind

After the federal Department of Education removed Washington’s No Child Left Behind waiver, local schools are being faced with a return of the former system.

Port approves Building 17 contract

The Port of Camas-Washougal Commission has taken the next step to add another building to the Steigerwald Commerce Center.

ECFR could face tough budget cuts

East County Fire and Rescue Commissioners will soon be contemplating some difficult decisions as they begin the district’s 2015 budget discussions.

Asphalt repair work begins Aug. 25

On Monday, Aug. 25, the City of Camas will begin five days of asphalt repairs on Northwest 18th Avenue, from Northwest Division to the top of Northwest Fargo Loop.

Golden Givers of Time

Area residents with years of wisdom, expertise and experience are sharing their knowledge with others and enriching their own lives in the process.

Putting life in his years

By all accounts, George Willis has packed a lot of living into his 89 years on this earth.

Local New Markets Tax Credits advisory committee is formed

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

Miles of trials

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

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.