Individuals are invited to demonstrate their knowledge on subjects such as Camas at the next trivia night.
Spreading the word that tourism is economic development will be among the goals of a regional meeting.
October’s First Friday event, held from 5 to 8 p.m. in downtown Camas, will include a “Pumpkin Pageant.”
A woman who began her career as a part-time service associate at Columbia Credit Union was recently promoted to vice president/branch manager of the Washougal location.
A building, that is approximately 11,000 square feet and previously served as the site for weddings, receptions and meetings, is the newest assisting living facility in Camas.
Nominations of young leaders are currently being sought to be considered for the Vancouver Business Journal’s “Accomplished and Under 40” awards.
The Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce recently welcomed several new directors and executive committee members to its board.
Tickets are on sale now for the West Columbia Gorge Humane Society’s annual dinner and auction fundraiser.
A nonprofit program that provides employment for people with disabilities or other disadvantages has been awarded a contract to provide janitorial services in several city of Washougal buildings.
When Sarah Arnold ran Echo Resale, in downtown Washougal, people would often drop in, look around and leave.
Ever since she was a child, Gretel Bohn says she has had a strong desire to have a positive influence on the world.