Individuals and families experiencing homelessness in the Camas-Washougal area now have one more local resource to help in their search for stable housing.
If approved as-is by the Camas City Council later this summer, the city’s latest public park would offer residents a new space to play with their children on the play structure, picnic with their families at ADA-accessible picnic tables and barbecue pits, play a game of volleyball or basketball or simply walk on the trails and take in the gorgeous views.
Looking for a fun, local way to celebrate Independence Day on Tuesday? The Port of Camas-Washougal has your answer.
Nan Henriksen is sitting in a remote corner of a downtown Camas cafe, trying to look as inconspicuous as possible. But that doesn’t stop well-wishers from shouting “Hi, Nan!” to the woman who was once named Camas’ “Political Leader of the Century” as soon as they spot her.
The driver of a semi-truck that was pulling two tanker cars loaded with hot oil Tuesday morning was allegedly speeding and is facing a charge of second-degree negligent driving.
Results from an in-depth, 126-page report on emergency medical services in the Camas-Washougal area show that city leaders’ best, most cost-effective option is to maintain the status quo.
Several members of the North Bank Masonic Lodge #182 are frustrated by a roadblock that prevents drivers leaving the lodge from turning south onto Washougal River Road.
Downtown Camas is thriving, and a spate of recent business expansions means the community can now enjoy more accommodating spaces as well as more art, food and drinks within Camas’ core.