News

‘The Sound of Music’ arrives at the Camas Public Library

Amanda, August, Melanie and Sofia von Trapp performed several songs including “Dream a Little Dream,” Monday, in the Totem Pole Room of the Camas Public Library.

Rivers will host transportation forum

Several local projects are included in a $15 billion state transportation revenue package that has been passed by the Senate and is now being considered by the House of Representatives.

The Go Project releases a greatest hits album

Local band, The Go Project, recently released their album, “The Go Project, Greatest Hits.”

Police seek additional witnesses in hit and run case

Police are hoping witnesses will come forward to provide information that will help located the driver involved in a hit and run collision in Washougal March 4.

Washougal Council considers transportation benefit district

Washougal residents are invited to comment on the potential creation of a transportation benefit district.

Camas schools will offer full-day kindergarten

The Camas School District will begin offering full-day kindergarten beginning in the fall.

Dog finds a happy home in Camas

A recent Texas transplant has attracted fans and admirers in Southwest Washington and around the United States.

Camas teen injured in Highway 14 collision

A Camas teenager was injured after being involved in a hit-and-run collision on Highway 14 Wednesday, March 4.

Spring forward on Sunday

Before going to sleep Saturday night, remember to set clocks forward one hour in preparation for the beginning of daylight saving time. The time change officially begins at 2 a.m. Sunday.

State of the County will be delivered March 12

Clark County Councilor David Madore will present the State of the County address Thursday, March 12, along with Councilors Jeanne Stewart and Tom Mielke.