Local News

Forum focuses on regional affordable housing barriers

A forum about affordable housing attracted more than 30 people to Camas High School.

Going the distance

After an exhilarating day of hurdling and handing off the baton, Camas High School seniors Jordan Davis and Ryan Gunther gained Athlete of the Meet awards at the Tiger Invitational Saturday, in Battle Ground.

Find some eggs this weekend at hunts in Camas-Washougal

This Sunday will mark 24 years that the Camas Parks and Recreation department has offered a free Easter egg hunt.

Holmes is a Woman of Distinction

A Camas principal was among four women honored for making a difference in the lives of others at Washington State University’s recent Women of Distinction celebration.

Camas looks at utility assistance options

Some Camas citizens may soon have more options when it comes to paying their utility bills.

Washougal parking enforcement to increase

People who park for more than two hours in designated areas of downtown Washougal will want to pay attention to the time that they arrive.

A creative space

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.

Interpreting van Gogh

A local resident believes Vincent van Gogh included an image of the Last Supper in several of his paintings.

Project will reconfigure traffic flow on SR-500

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.

Mayor’s letter focuses on oil train concerns

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.