Danielle Frost

staff writer

Email: danielle.frost@camaspostrecord.com

Phone: 360-735-4677


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Blending fitness and family

Like many first-time moms, Jenn Prettyman felt overwhelmed, isolated and unsure of herself following the birth of her daughter, Alyssa. After seeing a flyer at a mom’s group about Baby Boot Camp, Prettyman decided to give it a try in the hopes it would lift her spirits. She took one class with her infant in tow, and was hooked.

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Read to the Dogs: A captive audience

Viviane Deva, 6, and sister, Ave, 8, take turns reading to Cooper. a certified therapy dog, at the Camas Public Library.

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Lees joins WSD board of directors

After several months with a vacant seat, the Washougal School Board welcomed its newest member Tuesday evening. Teresa Lees, a mother of six Washougal students, will represent the patrons in district one, which was vacated by Jocelyn Lindsay last spring when she moved out of town.

Get rewards for hiking in the Gorge

Second annual Fall Hike the Gorge weekend starts today

School levy is back on the Nov. 4 ballot

Voters in the Mount Pleasant School District will be asked to approve a 2-year, $310,000 measure

Parenting workshops put an emphasis on communication

A local nonprofit is hoping to offer parents useful tools for staying connected to their children as they transition into the teen years.

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Bringing cultures together

When Stephen Baranowksi graduated from Camas High School in 2006, he had a unique opportunity to be a student volunteer at the city’s first conversational English Language Camp in Poland.

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Inspiration through collaboration

A local teacher is one of five state finalists for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

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Exploring their futures

While some teens spent the summer at the river, hanging out with friends, hiking or vacationing, several Camas High School students devoted much of their free time toward potential future careers.

Dress drive set for Clark County girls in foster care

Attending the homecoming dance is a rite of passage for most high school girls.


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