Dawn Feldhaus

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

Email: dawn.feldhaus@camaspostrecord.com

Phone: 360-735-4675


Recent Stories

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‘Curious George’ goes to Guatemala

Catherine “Cath” Alvey, of Washougal, and a few “Curious George” books recently made an impression on some children in Guatemala.

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Tidland property has new owners

A recent purchase by a local company will enable another long term business to stay put.

Washougal community center is among 2015 budget topics

The Washougal budget for 2015 is at least several weeks away from being adopted, and city department heads have been presenting proposals for consideration.

Washougal approves wastewater treatment plant improvements

A company from Stayton, Ore., has been awarded a wastewater treatment plant improvements project contract in Washougal.

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Waterfront trail is first in line for state funding

The Port of Camas Washougal’s waterfront trail and park is ranked number one in the state, among 15 projects that are pursuing funding through the Washington Wildlife Recreation Program’s water access grant.

Immersive Media to open headquarters in Washougal

The company that provided the camera and mapping technology for Google Street View plans to move its worldwide sales and marketing office and U.S. headquarters to Washougal.

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Potential Washougal Library sites, costs presented

More than 50 people recently attended a meeting, out of support or curiosity about a future library in Washougal.

Washougal Council votes to allow invocations

After lengthy discussions and a few amendments, the Washougal City Council approved a resolution that provides for invocations just prior to council meetings.

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Animal control officer keeps the peace with the community’s critters

There are several misconceptions in the community about what animal control officers do, says Rick Foster.

Port of Camas-Washougal Commission discusses oil trains resolution

The Port of Camas-Washougal Commission has decided not to pursue passage of a resolution that would have expressed concerns regarding an increase in oil train traffic.


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