The former owner of a food cart in Portland has opened a restaurant in Camas. James Culp operates Local Girls Hawaiian Shave Ice & Grill, with a lot of help from his family.
General News, City of Washougal, and Port of Camas-Washougal
The Washougal City Council is expected to consider a resolution, expressing concerns about the potential increase in rail traffic if an oil terminal is built at the Port of Vancouver.
Local community honors victims of Sept. 11
The land once occupied by George Schmid & Sons, Inc., offices and bulldozers has been purchased by the City of Washougal, as a future park site.
Ceremonies will be held in the Camas-Washougal area, to remember the lives of firefighters, first responders and others who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Two former grade school buddies have moved Doomsday Brewing Co. LLC, to Washougal.
Area residents with years of wisdom, expertise and experience are sharing their knowledge with others and enriching their own lives in the process.
A softball game, involving city officials from Camas and Washougal Friday night, resulted in four different scores, depending on who was asked.
Four projects will be proposed as potential recipients of New Market Tax Credits.
After hearing a lot of discussions and questions during the Camas City Council workshop and meeting Monday, Mayor Scott Higgins concluded that the consensus among a majority of council members was that they did not want to move forward with the purchase of LaCamas Swim & Sport.