Letters to the Editor for June 28, 2016

Telecommunications tower will provide no benefits for Camas residents

Locating project-based high school at Sharp campus makes sense

The Camas School Board is considering the question of whether to locate a proposed project-based learning high school at the vacant Sharp Laboratories of America building. There are already plans to open a similar middle school program there in the fall.

Letters to the Editor for June 21, 2016

Why does Camas need a 175-foot cell tower?

There are some Great Getaways in Southwest Washington

Camas and Washougal are wonderful places to live, work and play. But every once in a while, it’s nice to jump beyond the boundaries of these two small towns and take in all that Southwest Washington has to offer.

Dump the Pump Day

Dump the Pump Day

A great education for all of our kids

Every mom and dad wants the best for their children.

Letters to the Editor for June 7, 2016

Oil trains must be stopped

Make an impact

An incredible group of people will gather together this weekend to make sure that no child will go hungry this summer.

Letters to the Editor for May 31, 2016

Bakken oil is not an explosive

Laying the groundwork for economic success

The Washougal City Council is currently considering a proposal that if approved would provide property tax exemptions for developers of new mixed-use, multi-family residential housing projects.