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Camas woman is an Iris Award winner

A Camas resident known for her professional achievements and commitment to social causes is among the winners of the 2015 Iris Awards.

Washougal Council discusses oil train draft resolution

The Washougal City Council recently had an opportunity to comment on a draft resolution that expresses concerns about the potential for an increase in the number of oil trains traveling through the city.

Special election ballots due Feb. 10

Special election ballots, which include a Washougal School District capital improvement bond proposition, must be postmarked by Feb. 10, to be counted.

Dan, the postman, has a legacy at the Camas Post Office

When Dan Smith started working for the United States Postal Service, a first class stamp cost less than a quarter.

Port approves bonds to fund projects

The Port of Camas-Washougal Commission has approved the issuance and sale of $4 million in bonds, to finance several improvements projects.

Arrest is made in Washougal stabbing

A local resident has been charged in the stabbing of a man in a Washougal home.

Camas City Council selects its new member

A woman who was featured with her family in a national magazine that designated Camas as one of the 10 best towns for families, is now a member of the City Council.

Experts deliver positive economic forecast

Clark County is representative of “non-urban America,” and local leaders should work hard to promote that fact.

Camas City Council could appoint new member on Jan. 26

Four people will be interviewed on Monday, Jan. 26, for the Camas City Council position that will be vacant following the retirement of Linda Dietzman.

Camas School District is focused on the future

The Camas School District is updating its strategic plan, and is seeking community input and feedback. “A key element of the culture within the district is continuous improvement,” said Doreen McKercher,