Washougal police continue to investigate four local church burglaries, after arresting two men.
Excavator Rental Services has purchased an event rental company in Hood River, Ore.
The Port of Camas-Washougal Commission has approved a lease with 54°40’ Brewing Co.
An eclectic mix of women’s clothing and accessories can be found at The Vutique, in downtown Camas. The business’ owner, Huan Vu, describes the shop’s inventory as “a combination of vintage clothing and sustainable fashion.”
Spring cleaning can provide motivation to reduce the amount of stuff that is taking up space. LaRhea Steele, of Camas, recently cleaned out linen and clothes closets. She donated some full size sheets to Arc of Southwest Washington, and clothing that is no longer being worn will go to a church rummage sale.
Various organizations are preparing to make this Memorial Day weekend a time for thanks and reflection. Originally called Decoration Day, it is a day of remembrance for those who have died in the nation’s service.
Several Washougal residents got what they wanted, after they took the time to go to City Hall. Bill Durgan is among the people who grow vegetables at 1835 “D” St. He and some of his neighbors spoke during the May 11 Washougal City Council meeting, to complain about the potential use of the “D” Street garden to grow pumpkins. Durgan, of Washougal, said the site has been used as a garden for local residents for more than seven years.
The Washougal City Council has approved a new contract with the Washougal Police Officers Association, that will result in pay increases of 8 percent.
Seafood from the Northwest will be featured at a new business in downtown Camas.
Washougal Mayor Sean Guard was back in City Hall Monday, after spending a week observing trains at 32nd and Main streets.
A local consignment boutique that sells women’s clothing and accessories will close Wednesday, after being in business for more than a decade.
The death of a man is under investigation in Washougal.
Two local projects have been selected for funding by the Urban County Policy Board.
Washougal Mayor Sean Guard said more than 225 people have stopped by to visit him at his makeshift campsite at 32nd and Main streets since noon Friday.
iQ Credit Union has been recognized for its marketing efforts.
A geotechnical engineering and consulting firm plans to move from downtown Vancouver to Camas this summer.
Local Cub Scouts will provide lunch for veterans on Saturday, in Camas.
While “Take your Dog to Work Day” is scheduled for June 26, that pet-friendly event happens almost every day — with dogs, cats and birds — in some Camas and Washougal businesses.
Washougal Mayor Sean Guard plans to spend a week camping at 32nd and Main streets, to record the number of trains that travel through the city.
The owner of a new business in downtown Washougal invites the community to meet her and other yoga and barre teachers.
Camas concert to feature local performers
A forum about affordable housing attracted more than 30 people to Camas High School.
A company that provides design, engineering and construction services for food, beverage and pharmaceutical markets across the United States has recently expanded its operations to include a local office.
People who park for more than two hours in designated areas of downtown Washougal will want to pay attention to the time that they arrive.
A local coffee shop owner who was concerned whether she would find a new space within downtown Camas has successfully ended her search.
A certified interior custom designer who lives in Washougal has been recognized for providing outstanding customer service.
A local resident believes Vincent van Gogh included an image of the Last Supper in several of his paintings.
A local business has gained an international presence — thanks to online companies such as Zulily and Urban Outfitters’ BHLDN.com.
The landowners of the Angelo soccer field in downtown Washougal have submitted a pre-application to construct apartments at that site.
The owner of an event planning company is playing a major role in the creation of the third annual Clark County Wedding Show.
Washougal residents are invited to comment on the potential creation of a transportation benefit district.
A recent Texas transplant has attracted fans and admirers in Southwest Washington and around the United States.
A former local photographer has been recognized as being among the top 5 percent of wedding professionals.
A late night call to 911 resulted in Washougal Police officers responding to a suspicious person, outside the station.
The third generation of a local household has joined the family business.
“Go Green!” is the theme for the next First Friday in downtown Camas.
Suspicious circumstance and Washougal police pursuit lead to DUI arrest
A Battle Ground company has been selected to perform the design and engineering work, to replace a burned hangar and a wind-damaged fixed-base operator building at Grove Field Airport.
For Virginia “Ginny” Frosh, preservation of the Parker’s Landing Historical Park is personal.
A former home-based business is managing the Yard, Garden & Patio Show for the first time. Metropolitan Productions Inc., of Washougal, recently opened an office at 2011 Main St., in downtown Washougal.
An annual Horse Expo will be held this weekend at the Clark County Event Center.
The efforts of several individuals who are concerned about minors’ access to electronic cigarettes and other vapor devices, as well as the display of drug paraphernalia, could pay off with new ordinances in Washougal.
American Family Insurance agent Cynthia Cruz will soon open an office in downtown Washougal.
Donations toward artwork created by a former local resident will enable the Port of Camas-Washougal to install additional art pieces along a waterfront trail.
East Clark County residents are invited to apply for a position on the Mosquito Control Board.
Resources for vulnerable adults will be discussed at an annual conference for caregivers and law enforcement officers.
Northwest artists will perform Feb. 14, to raise money for the Clark County Veterans Community Garden.
The Washougal City Council recently had an opportunity to comment on a draft resolution that expresses concerns about the potential for an increase in the number of oil trains traveling through the city.
A company with local ties will have footwear on display at the 40th annual Pacific Northwest Sportsmen’s Show & Sport Fishing Boat Show.
The former Krystal’s Champagne Lounge has a new look and new owners.