Dawn Feldhaus

General News, City of Washougal, and Port of Camas-Washougal

Email: dawn.feldhaus@camaspostrecord.com

Phone: 360-735-4675


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Local buildings are among 'Top Projects'

The first building in the Steigerwald Commerce Center is on the list of “Top Projects” of Southwest Washington, named by the Vancouver Business Journal. The 21,600 square foot structure, at 4125 S. Lincoln St., Washougal, has housed Foods in Season — a distributor of seafood, caviar, specialty meats, mushrooms and truffles — since April. Team Construction, LLC, of Vancouver, was the general contractor for the $2.167 million project.

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In pursuit of bigger musical dreams

Liam Tully’s parents have told him he used to dance around on the fireplace mantle at the age of 3 or 4 with a plastic Mickey Mouse guitar and pretend to play “Johnny B. Goode.” Tully then got involved in theater, until he said playing the guitar started to consume his life.

Washougal releases survey results

A majority of individuals who responded to a survey would like to receive more communication from Washougal about what the city is doing. The four-page survey, conducted by ETC Institute, involved 411 participants, out of 1,200 people who were contacted by phone or mail. Survey recipients were randomly chosen, according to Chris Tatham, with ETC.

Aviation Career Day will include hot dogs and plane rides

Local aviation enthusiasts will be out in force this weekend, to educate and inspire future pilots and raise community awareness about Grove Field Airport. The Camas-Washougal Aviation Association annual steak feed will take place Saturday, at 6 p.m., at the airport, 632 N.E. 267th Ave., Camas.

Wine & Microbrew Street will include live music

Two local breweries, and a winery owned by Washougal residents, will feature some of their beverages at this year’s Wine & Microbrew Street. P Street Pale Ale, created by Mill City Brew Werks, in downtown Camas, and Damnesia IPA, made by Amnesia Brewing, in downtown Washougal, will be available to purchase, as part of the Camas Days festivities.

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CHS runner to attend ESPYS awards

CHS senior Alexa Efraimson will walk the ESPYS red carpet tonight.

Washougal mayor objects to retail marijuana applicant

Washougal Mayor Sean Guard is concerned the opening of a retail recreational marijuana business, operated by the owner of Mary Jane’s House of Glass, could cause an increase in service calls by police. In a letter to the Washington State Liquor Control Board license division, Guard said from August 2012 to June 3, this year, the Washougal Police Department had 23 calls for service at Mary Jane’s, 1825 “E” St.

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Living on a grand scale

A Washougal man estimates he has invested approximately 6,000 hours in creating a scale model railroad town in his home. Larry Kennedy said he has about 5,000 hours of work left, before the project is completed. “It is a work in progress,” he said.

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CWEDA website features property listings

The new Camas-Washougal Economic Development Association website includes listings of local buildings that are available to lease or purchase. The goal is to provide information to companies considering locating in the C-W area.

Camas council mulls purchase of LaCamas Swim & Sport

Several Camas City Council members are not ready to commit to the purchase of LaCamas Swim & Sport. During yesterday’s workshop, Lauren Livingston, president of The Sports Management Group, said the membership billing units originally reported by the club included the Silver Sneakers and Silver Fit program participants. The senior citizens are billed a per class fee, but they do not pay a membership fee.


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