A 10-week course focusing on agricultural entrepreneurship and business planning is being offered in Hazel Dell by the WSU Clark County Extension.
Customers of Caffe Piccolo can relax, knowing their coffee cravings will be satisfied at the business’ current location through the early part of next spring.
Rushing Water will host two additional holiday yoga benefit classes for YWCA programs.
Washington State University Vancouver will host an “A-Z of Financial Aid and Scholarship” workshop Saturday, Dec. 13 at 1 p.m. at the Vancouver Community Library.
The Two Rivers Heritage Museum is closed until February
Small business owners can learn more about the benefits of filing their taxes online during an upcoming Department of Revenue webinar.
A mother and daughter have teamed up, to provide free pick up services of computers, VCRs and fax machines.
Representatives from Westlie Ford in Washougal recently presented a $2,000 check to staff and youth at the Jack, Will and Rob Boys and Girls Club in Camas. Half of the grant was a gift from the Ford Fund and the other half provided by Westlie Ford.
An updated solid waste management plan providing goals and policies for recycling, disposal and related issues in Clark County is available for public review.
On Nov. 12, the Downtown Camas Association held its annual banquet to honor the people and businesses that are making a difference in the vibrancy and growth of historic downtown Camas.
The free event will be held Tuesday, Dec. 9, at 7 p.m., at Mill City Brew Werks, 339 N.E. Cedar St., Camas. It is organized by the Camas Public Library. The event is funded by the Friends & Foundation of the Camas Public Library and Mill City Brew Werks.