After a final review, the WIAA Executive Board ruled that the Camas High School athetic program be put on probabtion for one year. Head football coach Jon Eagle and defensive coordinator Dan Kielty will not be suspended for any games. All of the CHS athletic coaches will receive mandatory training on WIAA rules and regulations. WIAA Executive Director Mike Colbrese said although there was no intent by Eagle to recruit, meeting with an athlete who wanted to transfer from another school instead of telling him to speak to the athletic director was a violation in protocol. “These are very difficult decisions that are made based on consistency and knowing all the facts,” Colbrese said. “Everybody feels they got a chance to express their concerns, the board took a lot of time to go over all the facts and came up with something that feels like the appropriate way to go.”
The day after their recruiting suspensions had been lifted; Jon Eagle and Dan Kielty couldn’t wait to get back to work. More than 170 Camas High School students, and incoming freshmen, gathered for spring practice at Cardon Field. For the first time a month, Eagle and Kielty could finally concentrate on football. “I appreciate even more now the support from the Camas community and the Camas School District,” Eagle said. “We just want to get back to playing football.”
The song, “Who let the dogs out,” played as runners prepared to take part in a 10K, to benefit the West Columbia Gorge Humane Society.
A Washougal resident is among a group of 12 children and teens who were recently recognized for having courage, wisdom and grace in the face of serious medical challenges.
Two local men have been arrested for possession of items stolen from four local churches.
The Washougal School District is inviting patrons to a community design symposium to solicit input into the early design phase of construction of three new schools.
Camas citizens are invited to attend an open house that will focus on the Northwest Sixth Avenue and Norwood Street intersection improvements.
Emotions ranging from anger and frustration to sadness were present Saturday as local educators took part in a town hall meeting in Camas hosted by Sen. Ann Rivers (R- La Center) and Rep. Brandon Vick (R-Felida).
When Rene’ Carroll received a phone call concerning the Citizen of the Year award, her first thought was, “Oh, I should have nominated Randy Curtis.”
Thursday’s appeal hearing in Chehalis revealed more into a recruiting investigation on Camas High School football coaches Jon Eagle and Dan Kielty. Although the WIAA Executive Board voted to reduce Eagle’s suspension from four games to three, Kielty’s punishment has been extended from one to three games.