Helping the hungry and homeless

On Nov. 17, Share organized an event, in coordination with National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, that was aimed at bringing attention to the issues surrounding hunger and homelessness -- two issues that are deeply intertwined.

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 24, 2015

Many will struggle to pay for school bond

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 17, 2015

WSD has not supported its teachers

Camas School District’s process for managing growth was transparent, inclusive

The Camas School Board is considering a capital program bond initiative which would be put before voters in the Feb. 9, 2016, special election. The lion's share of the roughly $120 million proposal would address the significant overcrowding at Camas High School and site a new Lacamas Heights elementary located where the new growth will be on the north side of Lacamas Lake.

Critical decision ahead for ECFR

It has been a year of change, adjustment and, at times, turmoil at East County Fire and Rescue. The path ahead for the rural fire district, while certainly not likely to be without its bumps, looks to at least be on a more solid foundation than what has been experienced in recent history.

Ensure adequate end-of-life health care

Ensure adequate end-of-life health care

What will you be doing on Veterans Day?

On Wednesday, citizens across the United States will commemorate Veterans Day. Many people will have the day off of work or school. How will you spend your time on this very important day?

Letters to the Editor for Nov. 3, 2015

Good people, good community

Camas needs a second comprehensive high school

In case you aren't aware, on Nov. 9 the Camas School Board will be holding a workshop open to the public at Zellerbach Administrative Center to put the finishing touches on a $120 million school construction bond. That school bond will then be voted on by our School Board members at their Nov. 23 board meeting. After the Board approves it, the bond will be put before us voters in February.

Letters to the Editor for Oct. 27, 2015

LWCF plays an important role