The Washougal School District announced this morning that all of its schools will open two hours late Thursday, Nov. 20.
Thanks to a grant from Samsung and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, local students will have access to technology tools in a comfortable, safe environment after school lets out for the day.
Donations are currently being collected for the largest food drive in the Camas-Washougal area.
One of the senior members of the Camas City Council on Monday announced her intention to resign.
A former migrant worker who lived in Texas is gratified to help feed residents from Camas, Washougal and neighboring communities.
The East County Fire and Rescue Commission is expected to vote tonight on its proposed 2015 budget. If approved as presented, three of its paid firefighters will lose their full-time jobs at the end of the year.
Classes at schools in the Washougal School District will run two-hours late on Monday.
Updated Nov. 4 general election results were released Monday afternoon. According to Clark County Elections, there are still 2,000 ballots left to be counted. The next round of results will be released Wednesday afternoon. Countywide, voter turnout is approximately 49.74 percent.
Gary Dowler joined the military 55 years ago to escape an unhappy home life. The experiences he had during the next decade — both good and bad — changed him forever, but even today he states emphatically that he “wouldn’t change a thing.”
The majority of voters in Washougal have approved a measure to provide additional funding for fire and emergency medical services, while rejecting a proposition to enhance public safety services.