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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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.

Innovative Services NW is awarded Washougal janitorial services contract

A nonprofit program that provides employment for people with disabilities or other disadvantages has been awarded a contract to provide janitorial services in several city of Washougal buildings.

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Echo Donut Lounge offers treats, books, music and more

When Sarah Arnold ran Echo Resale, in downtown Washougal, people would often drop in, look around and leave.

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A taste of the Hawaiian islands

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.

Washougal City Council discusses potential oil train resolution

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.

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A day of remembrance

Local community honors victims of Sept. 11

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Schmid property is purchased for future park land

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.


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