Educators air frustrations at Camas forum

Emotions ranging from anger and frustration to sadness were present Saturday as local educators took part in a town hall meeting in Camas hosted by ...

Police arrest teen in connection with WHS bomb threat

Policed arrested a teenager today in connection with the bomb threat made earlier this week at Washougal High School.

Washougal High School placed on brief lockdown

Washougal High School was placed on lockdown for the second time this week

Sixth Avenue roundabout will be focus of open house

Camas citizens are invited to attend an open house that will focus on the Northwest Sixth Avenue and Norwood Street intersection improvements.

A passion for the community

When Rene’ Carroll received a phone call concerning the Citizen of the Year award, her first thought was, “Oh, I should have nominated Randy Curtis.”

Man’s body found next to train tracks

Police have released the identity a man whose body was found next to the train tracks in Washougal Monday morning.

Four C-W churches are burglarized

Washougal police continue to investigate four local church burglaries, after arresting two men.

Students return to class after bomb threat at WHS

Washougal High School students and staff have returned to class, following the report of a “non-specific threat of a bomb” inside the building this morning.

Appeal delves deeper into Camas football investigation

Thursday’s appeal hearing in Chehalis revealed more into a recruiting investigation on Camas High School football coaches Jon Eagle and Dan Kielty. Although the WIAA Executive Board voted to reduce Eagle’s suspension from four games to three, Kielty’s punishment has been extended from one to three games.

Falling victim to fraud

Scammers are out in force, and often senior citizens are the targets. Scams range from taxes owed to the IRS, to a grandchild needing bail money, to being able to fix vehicle dents inexpensively. But all share one commonality, according to law enforcement: The scammers want money, and they want it now.

Decluttering senior households

Spring cleaning can provide motivation to reduce the amount of stuff that is taking up space. LaRhea Steele, of Camas, recently cleaned out linen and clothes closets. She donated some full size sheets to Arc of Southwest Washington, and clothing that is no longer being worn will go to a church rummage sale.