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Tidland property has new owners

A recent purchase by a local company will enable another long term business to stay put.

‘Curious George’ goes to Guatemala

Catherine “Cath” Alvey, of Washougal, and a few “Curious George” books recently made an impression on some children in Guatemala.

Washougal Towne Square apartments sold for $1.7 million

The temporary relocation of some Washougal Towne Square apartments residents has begun, after REACH Community Development, Inc. purchased the 40-unit complex with a plan for extensive improvements.

Electrical failure blamed for Grove Field fire

Investigators have determined that an electrical equipment failure started a fire that caused nearly $1 million in damage to hangar bays at Grove Field in Camas.

Proposed ECFR budget eliminates three firefighter positions

On the eve of the onset of discussions about East County Fire and Rescue’s 2015 proposed budget, which includes the possibility of firefighter layoffs, one of the district’s longtime commissioners turned in his resignation.

Read to the Dogs: A captive audience

Viviane Deva, 6, and sister, Ave, 8, take turns reading to Cooper. a certified therapy dog, at the Camas Public Library.

City of Camas implements changes to improve utility billing practices

The Camas City Council recently approved the first in a series of utility billing code changes aimed at improving customer service, saving staff time and providing greater equity to billing.

Post-Record reporters win WNPA awards

Two members of the Camas-Washougal Post-Record staff recently won state writing awards.

Happy Halloween fun in Camas-Washougal

Ghosts, goblins and goodies. With Halloween fast approaching, many special events and activities for kids are happening throughout the month.

Washougal community center is among 2015 budget topics

The Washougal budget for 2015 is at least several weeks away from being adopted, and city department heads have been presenting proposals for consideration.

Home rule charter draws support, criticism

Supporters of the Clark County home rule charter say it will create a more efficient form of government and strengthen citizen representation. Opponents suggest it will do quite the opposite. Voters will have the opportunity to decide for themselves during the upcoming Nov. 4 General Election. The charter proposition requires a simple majority approval to pass.