A woman who is a violinist, pianist and composer recently opened a studio in Camas. Tatiana Kolchanova, 50, who moved to the United States from Russia in 2007, will celebrate the opening of the Music & Arts Academy, 906 N.E. Third Ave., Saturday, April 4, beginning at 1 p.m. Refreshments will be served.
A local resident believes Vincent van Gogh included an image of the Last Supper in several of his paintings.
A Washington State Department of Transportation project will add features including a center turn lane and bicycle lanes to a portion of state Route 500, in Camas.
The City of Camas recently mailed a letter to Gov. Jay Inslee, raising concerns about oil train safety and supporting efforts to improve emergency preparedness efforts.
The city of Camas will move forward with the preliminary design phase for a roundabout that will be located at the intersection of Northwest Sixth Avenue and Norwood Street.
In an effort to encourage citizens to serve on the Washougal School Board, president Ron Dinius has proposed the idea of potential compensation.
The landowners of the Angelo soccer field in downtown Washougal have submitted a pre-application to construct apartments at that site.
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.
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.
Local band, The Go Project, recently released their album, “The Go Project, Greatest Hits.”