Opinion

Letters to the Editor for Feb. 9, 2016

CHS grad is thankful for her education

A vote that counts

Time to make the votes count.

Letters to the Editor for Feb. 2, 2016

Support an investment in the Camas community

The role models are right here at home

There is so much talk about who our children should look up to as role models.

Letters to the Editor for Jan. 26, 2016

Possibilities for the Garfield Building are endless

Vote ‘yes’ on Camas School District Proposition 1

Ballots for the Feb. 9 special election began arriving in local mailboxes during this past week. This time around, it's Camas voters who will have the opportunity to decide whether to support a capital improvement bond that would fund major projects throughout the school district.

Letters to the Editor for Jan. 19, 2016

Camas mayor supports school bond

OPMA violations should draw steeper penalties

Today is day nine of the Washington State legislature's 60-day session. Among the many issues these elected leaders will be discussing, debating and voting on is a bill that if approved would add some very necessary teeth to an existing law that as it currently stands provides for minimal penalties for violations of the state's open public meetings act.

Letters to the Editor for Jan. 12, 2015

Animal shelter should help local cats

Have a say in Camas’ future

During planning commission and city council meetings, there are times where citizens have wondered out loud how and when certain decisions have been made regarding land use and development issues. Sometimes, by the time a specific project is being proposed and the development application is submitted, some key decisions have already gone through a public process.