For the second time in less than three months, an East County Fire and Rescue commissioner has resigned. On Dec. 17, Chairman George F. “Jack” Hoober, 81, submitted his letter of resignation to ECFR officials.
Representatives from the city of Washougal, local non-profits, churches and the Washougal School District are involved in an effort to feed the hungry during the cold winter months. That includes “Refuel Fridays,” which begin Jan. 2, in the Washougal Community Center, 1681 “C” St.
Two Skamania County residents were arrested late last week after an intensive nine month investigation into the trafficking of heroin and prescription medications.
Two Vancouver residents were arrested Monday in connection with numerous vehicle prowls that had recently taken place in Camas. According to a press release from the Camas Police Department, on Dec. 22 law enforcement units responded to a call of a vehicle prowl in progress. Responding officers located the suspect vehicle and stopped it. The occupants were identified as Joshua L. Huggins, 35, and Destiny L. Ortiz, 25, both of Vancouver.
Robbyn D. Mattson charged with child molestation, sexual misconduct and fourth-degree assault
An active investigation is occurring in Washougal, following the discharge of a firearm.
Preliminary plans are being made for a new commercial and high density residential development on Northwest 38th Avenue in Camas.
Representatives from Washougal, Camas, Stevenson, Woodland, Longview and Ridgefield recently met with BNSF Railway Company officials to discuss oil train traffic and safety issues.
Washougal residents got an up close and personal look at facilities that will be the focus of an upcoming bond measure.
Less than 100 Clark Public Utilities customers in the Camas area remain without power this morning following a day of intense winds.