News

Lacamas Lake draw-down will be delayed

Boaters, kayakers, paddle boarders and swimmers will have a little more time to enjoy using Lacamas Lake, as its annual draw down will be delayed ...

Arrest is made in assault with a weapon case

A local man is a suspect in an assault case involving a dirt bike motorcyclist.

Body of missing fisherman recovered

The body of a fisherman thought to have drowned was discovered at the southeast end of Lacamas Lake Monday afternoon.

C-W Port approves recreation and renovation contracts

The building leased by the Westlie Ford dealership will undergo several improvement projects.

Washougal to receive state funding for various projects

The recently approved Washington state budget includes more than $10.96 million for projects and improvements in Washougal.

Camas Days: A parade of memories

City history will be celebrated in grand fashion during the Camas Days Parade Saturday, at 11 a.m. Tim Hazen wonders where the time has gone organizing and watching this parade grow for the past 15 years. He hopes the “Moments to Remember” theme provides a visual journey down memory lane.

Police: Vancouver man may have drowned in Lacamas Lake

The case of a man who failed to return after leaving his Vancouver home to go fishing in Camas is being investigated as a drowning.

Tax credits will not fund C-W projects this year

The local projects that were submitted for New Markets Tax Credits consideration have not been chosen to receive funding.

Camas will consider new fireworks laws

The Camas City Council could soon consider an ordinance that would reduce the number of hours citizens can legally discharge fireworks during the Fourth of July season.

For the love of cats

Wendi Wuersh and her family have five cats in their Washougal home.

Hot vehicles can pose a danger for pets

Camas-Washougal Animal Control Officer Rick Foster doesn’t want to see pets being left in hot vehicles.