Editorials

Finding new revenue requires thought, input

Keep open mind for school boundary talks

Moving forward, but fondly looking back

In February 2000 I traveled east down Highway 14, 27 years old and full of nerves and anticipation as I was on my way to an interview for a job in a little mill town nestled along the Columbia River.

Vote ‘yes’ on school district levies

According to the Clark County Elections office, ballots will be mailed on Saturday for the upcoming Feb. 14 special election.

Merchants look to emerge from ‘Snowpocalypse 2017’

Merchants look to emerge from ‘Snowpocalypse 2017’

Public works employees show commitment to the communities they serve

Public works employees show commitment to the communities they serve

Be festive, be safe

Neighbors helping neighbors

People helping people. Neighbors helping neighbors. Families helping families.

Second chances

Kathy Quinn, abused as a child, ran away from home when she was just 13 years old. Living on the streets of Los Angeles, she found herself placed in psychiatric ward after psychiatric ward where she says she was beaten and tortured.

Papermaker magic

It’s safe to say that Mayor Scott Higgins counts himself as one of the Camas High School Papermakers’ biggest fans.