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UPDATE: SR-14 Semi-truck accident is cleared

Camas police ask for public’s help identifying burglary suspects

Camas police want to protect young noggins

The day started like most others, except on this particular June morning, 14-year-old Hayden Stinchfield was running a little late to his first class at Washougal High.

Camas accepts salary study as bargaining tool

Eight months after commissioning an independent review of city employee salaries, the Camas City Council voted 6-1 to accept the compensation study report and allow city staff to use the research as a tool for negotiating with unions, but stressed that the vote did not mean councilors were approving the consultants’ recommendations.

School districts grapple with education funding bill

Gov. Jay Inslee signed a bill on July 6 to fund basic education for all students in kindergarten through 12th grade.

Washougal leaders may place EMS levy on November ballot

The Washougal City Council is expected to vote during its 7 p.m. meeting on Monday, July 24, on whether the city will go out for an emergency medical services (EMS) levy in the November 7 General Election.

Washougal residents fume over fireworks

Several Washougal residents did not have such a fantastic Fourth of July this year. Instead, a few locals spent part of the holiday watering their lawns and houses to reduce the risk of fireworks-related fires. Others camped out in closets with frightened pets, trying to reduce their animals’ exposure to the loud noises.

‘Senior Prom’ to be held at Columbia Ridge

Car show winners include Ford Roadster, Chevy Corvette

Type O blood is needed