The 18th annual Camas Plant & Garden Fair will return to downtown Camas Saturday, May 9, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
A local business has gained an international presence — thanks to online companies such as Zulily and Urban Outfitters’ BHLDN.com.
Chefs are invited to learn strategies that will enhance flavor and reduce sodium.
A Washougal teen is among the student artists from throughout Southwest Washington who will be recognized for their outstanding artwork at the 2015 Southwest Washington Regional High School Art Show, sponsored and hosted by Educational Service District 112.
The Southwest Washington Regional Transportation Council invites all public agencies, transit agencies, schools and tribal governments in the Clark, Skamania, and Klickitat county region to submit applications for the federal Transportation Alternatives Program.
The Clark County Animal Protection and Control Advisory Board is accepting grant applications from local organizations with programs dedicated to spaying and neutering.
Hospitality training is coming to Camas and Washougal in the form of two half-day workshops led by national hospitality expert and trainer Dale Blosser.
The owner of an event planning company is playing a major role in the creation of the third annual Clark County Wedding Show.
After nearly 30 years spent creating and repairing pieces of jewelry that people treasure, goldsmith Magnus Homestead is set to retire.
A former local photographer has been recognized as being among the top 5 percent of wedding professionals.
“Go Green!” is the theme for the next First Friday in downtown Camas.