As a dyslexic child who struggled with reading and math, Peter de Lory learned early on to rely on the visual world.
The room was silent, all eyes on Fernald Shaw.
The senior capstone project: Over the years, students in Camas and Washougal have come up with some fairly unique and interesting ideas. These have included everything from teaching leadership classes to young children to climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Superintendent Dawn Tarzian will retire as head of the Washougal School District in June.
The Washougal School District bond measure has passed by a slim majority.
Business manager's resignation will be effective May 1.
As a young man, Sifu Paco’s temper got him into a lot of trouble.
The Washougal School District's $57.68 million capital improvements bond has passed by a slim margin.
As a young child, Mary Murray remembers going to school in dirty clothing and old shoes.
Rob Pullen loves to fly.
After a career spent in elementary education, Laura Bolt, Hathaway Elementary School principal, will retire at the end of the year.
Library offerings have come a long way in the past two decades.
Reesab Pathak is making quite a name for himself in science.
Lindsay Rogers, or “Kid Nature,” as she is known, hands each group of students a box with several items, including land line phones.
Voters in the Washougal School District will be asked to approve a $57.68 million bond on Feb. 10.
Elizabeth Gibson wrote her first story at age 7.
Tara Ziegler looked at the crowd and prepared to voice her opinion on why the city of Washougal should not pass a bicycle helmet ordinance.
Student videographers who have dreamed of having their creations shown on the big screen have the opportunity to find out what that is like.
Like many people, Rachel Lee of Vancouver joined a gym to help her keep in shape. However, with the cold winter months meaning limited outdoor time, she also wanted to find an activity she could participate in with her kids.
When Joseph Platt saw Julieann Smith tapping her feet to a Kenny Rogers song, he knew what needed to happen.
A 58-year-old Camas School District employee has had his arraignment postponed.
When asked how it feels to be named a regional Principal of the Year, Aaron Smith is flummoxed.
Sherri Irish has been capturing images with her camera since she was a young girl growing up in Florida.
A 58-year-old Camas School District employee made his first appearance in Clark County Superior Court yesterday. Robbyn D. Mattson, 58, has been charged with several counts of sexual misconduct involving 17 female students at Camas High School. These include eight counts of third-degree child molestation, five counts of second-degree sexual misconduct and four counts of fourth-degree assault.
Anticipation filled the air as celebrity craftsman Carter Oosterhouse led a group of blindfolded middle school students into their new Tween Tech Center.
Robbyn D. Mattson charged with child molestation, sexual misconduct and fourth-degree assault
Washougal residents got an up close and personal look at facilities that will be the focus of an upcoming bond measure.
When Hannah Gutkind filled out her “wish list,” of roles for Columbia Dance’s production of “The Nutcracker,” “Spanish” was at the top.
A 2013 Washougal High School graduate recently found herself among policy makers and youth leaders from all over the world, after being chosen to participate in a global forum in Baku, Azerbaijan.
When Jeff Snell heard President Barack Obama thank him and the staff for the work they were doing, the Camas School District deputy superintendent had one word to describe it: Surreal.
From the time she was a young child growing up in rural California, Anna Wiancko-Chasman has loved art.
Two local educators have started a business that is dedicated to helping kids learn to explore, build and learn, all while having fun.
The Washougal School Board has authorized the district to issue a general obligation capital bond to address safety, student capacity and facility needs.
Frank Dunn of Washougal will be taking his show to the Washburn Performing Arts Center Friday and Saturday.
As Isaac Hodapp recalls being on stage at the famed Grand Ole Opry Theater, he is at a loss for words.
Those who live a gluten-free lifestyle, whether by choice or necessity, sometimes find it challenging to find treats that they can enjoy without worrying about the after affects.
Ever since it first opened in 1971, “Grease” has entertained viewers of all ages.
Money will keep school operating another two years
Lydia Ross-Macleod has always been passionate about art in all of its forms.
Looking for a one-of-a-kind gift? If so, local shoppers will have the chance to buy handcrafted items and have fun, all while helping local non-profit groups and supporting the local economy. For the environmentally conscious, there is a bazaar featuring recycled and reusable items.
Ever wonder what helps fund the purchase of uniforms, helmets, computers and other technology for Camas school athletic programs?
Ryan Burden has always dreamed of becoming a pilot.
Breast cancer is beatable. There are scores of women who not only survive, but thrive after diagnosis and treatment.
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.
Viviane Deva, 6, and sister, Ave, 8, take turns reading to Cooper. a certified therapy dog, at the Camas Public Library.
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.
Second annual Fall Hike the Gorge weekend starts today
Voters in the Mount Pleasant School District will be asked to approve a 2-year, $310,000 measure
A local nonprofit is hoping to offer parents useful tools for staying connected to their children as they transition into the teen years.
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.