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Christmas tree recycling to take place Saturday

Coats and Christmas trees will be collected Saturday, by local Boy Scouts.

Camas planning conference scheduled for Jan. 16, 17

The Camas City Council has scheduled its annual planning conference for Friday and Saturday, Jan. 16 and 17.

Judge postpones CHS janitor’s court hearing

A 58-year-old Camas School District employee has had his arraignment postponed.

Investigation into deadly collision continues

Law enforcement officials continue to investigate a collision that took the life of a Washougal woman.

Retiring sheriff shares his memories of historic Camas

As Garry Lucas retires this week after serving 24 years as the sheriff of Clark County, some local residents might not realize his family’s connection to the Camas-Washougal area.

Fund set up to help family of accident victim

A fund has been set up to accept donations to help the family of a pedestrian killed in Camas on Dec. 23. Anneice B. Fich, 66, was hit by a vehicle as she tried to cross Northeast Third Avenue at Weir Street in Camas while pushing a stroller carrying her 2-year-old great-grandson, Eduardo “Lalo” Herrera-Berra.

Police release name of Washougal woman killed Tuesday

Camas Police continue to investigate a fatal pedestrian/vehicle accident, that left a two-year old boy injured.

Pedestrian killed on Northeast Third Avenue in Camas

A woman pushing a stroller was killed Tuesday night after being hit by a car as she crossed Northeast Third Avenue at Weir Street in Camas.

CHS softball coach makes court appearance

A 58-year-old Camas School District employee made his first appearance in Clark County Superior Court yesterday. Robbyn D. Mattson, 58, has been charged with several counts of sexual misconduct involving 17 female students at Camas High School. These include eight counts of third-degree child molestation, five counts of second-degree sexual misconduct and four counts of fourth-degree assault.

Second fire district commissioner resigns

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.