The owner of Torque Coffee Roasters said the location of the Pendleton Woolen Mills and store was one of the main selling points, in his decision to expand his business to downtown Washougal.
Families are welcome at FEAST316.
Local residents who would like to contribute clothing they have outgrown or no longer wear have several options in the Camas-Washougal area.
A variety of vintage clothing, glassware, silverware and antique radios will be available to view and purchase at the Clark County Event Center.
The founder, chief executive officer and co-chief investment officer of Fisher Investments will be the keynote speaker at an annual economic forecast breakfast.
Washougal police are looking into a Friday morning stabbing at a house.
A Skamania County resident died in a house fire.
The recent holidays were extra special for Bob and Pat Orr, of Camas.
A mom and pop cupcake shop is enhancing the family atmosphere in downtown Camas.
Coats and Christmas trees will be collected Saturday, by local Boy Scouts.
Individuals with a variety of health issues and physical abilities are enjoying the sport of pickleball in the local area.
As Garry Lucas retires this week after serving 24 years as the sheriff of Clark County, some local residents might not realize his family’s connection to the Camas-Washougal area.
Camas Police continue to investigate a fatal pedestrian/vehicle accident, that left a two-year old boy injured.
Representatives from the city of Washougal, local non-profits, churches and the Washougal School District are involved in an effort to feed the hungry during the cold winter months. That includes “Refuel Fridays,” which begin Jan. 2, in the Washougal Community Center, 1681 “C” St.
The owner of Glo Beauty Lounge, in downtown Washougal, has launched a skin care line. Deborah Kirkendall worked with a manufacturer in Canada to develop “jem Skin Care Systems.”
Waste Connections, Inc., has continued its support of “Christmas Promise,” a program that provides free bicycles for area children in need.
The Camas-Washougal Economic Development Association board has approved a $200,000 budget for 2015. It includes $147,600 for staffing (President and Chief Executive Officer Paul Dennis, Marketing Consultant Rene Carroll and other contractors). The annual office lease for Suite 208, in Washougal Town Square, at 1700 Main St., is $16,800.
An active investigation is occurring in Washougal, following the discharge of a firearm.
Representatives from Washougal, Camas, Stevenson, Woodland, Longview and Ridgefield recently met with BNSF Railway Company officials to discuss oil train traffic and safety issues.
Customers of Caffe Piccolo can relax, knowing their coffee cravings will be satisfied at the business’ current location through the early part of next spring.
The 2015 Port of Camas-Washougal final budget includes $6 million in capital improvement projects.
A mother and daughter have teamed up, to provide free pick up services of computers, VCRs and fax machines.
A retired Camas-Washougal Fire Department captain is enjoying a hobby that brings joy to his friends, family and new acquaintances.
The Washougal City Council has voted to postpone discussion and potential approval of the city’s budget for 2015.
The majority of voters in Washougal have approved a measure to provide additional funding for fire and emergency medical services, while rejecting a proposition to enhance public safety services.
A local father of two girls and two boys credits his dad for encouraging his artistic endeavors from an early age.
The Washougal City Council has authorized Mayor Sean Guard to sign an interlocal agreement with Clark County, for partial funding of future park land owned by the Schmid Family Limited Partnership I.
Paints, crayons and drawings on poster sized paper were spotted at a recent “Messy Church” event at Camas United Methodist Church.
The next Washougal Planning Commission workshop and meeting will involve discussions regarding development standards for the employment center zoning designation.
The preliminary budget for the City of Washougal is at an all time high of $51.17 million.
What is in a name? A lot, if you ask Camas Coulter Clark, a resident of Southern California, who recently decided to visit the city of Camas.
The Washougal Salary Commission could approve a raise for city councilors.
Local church to provide dinner and activities for a variety of ages.
Catherine “Cath” Alvey, of Washougal, and a few “Curious George” books recently made an impression on some children in Guatemala.
A recent purchase by a local company will enable another long term business to stay put.
The Washougal budget for 2015 is at least several weeks away from being adopted, and city department heads have been presenting proposals for consideration.
A company from Stayton, Ore., has been awarded a wastewater treatment plant improvements project contract in Washougal.
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.
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.
More than 50 people recently attended a meeting, out of support or curiosity about a future library in Washougal.
After lengthy discussions and a few amendments, the Washougal City Council approved a resolution that provides for invocations just prior to council meetings.
There are several misconceptions in the community about what animal control officers do, says Rick Foster.
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.
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.
When Sarah Arnold ran Echo Resale, in downtown Washougal, people would often drop in, look around and leave.
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.
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.