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C-Tran Board composition will change in January

Discussions regarding the composition of the C-Tran Board that began more than a year ago finally came to a conclusion on Nov. 18. As a result, both Camas and Washougal will now have their own director seats — instead of sharing one.

ECFR issues layoff notices

In about three weeks, East County Fire and Rescue will be operating with three fewer firefighters.

Dietzman will resign from Camas City Council

One of the senior members of the Camas City Council on Monday announced her intention to resign.

ECFR could vote on 2015 budget tonight

The East County Fire and Rescue Commission is expected to vote tonight on its proposed 2015 budget. If approved as presented, three of its paid firefighters will lose their full-time jobs at the end of the year.

Washougal schools will start two hours late on Monday

Classes at schools in the Washougal School District will run two-hours late on Monday.

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A commitment to serve

Gary Dowler joined the military 55 years ago to escape an unhappy home life. The experiences he had during the next decade — both good and bad — changed him forever, but even today he states emphatically that he “wouldn’t change a thing.”

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High winds cause power outages in Camas-Washougal

Heavy winds and downed trees caused power outages in the Camas-Washougal area, and several other spots around Clark County today.

A dedication to service that lasts a lifetime

This morning, red, white and blue American flags in honor of Veterans Day, as well as black flags recognizing prisoners of war and those missing in action, lined Northeast Fourth Avenue in downtown Camas.

Police capture Camas man who fled from crash scene

A Camas man fled the scene of an accident law enforcement officials say he caused when he drove the wrong way down state Route 14.

ECFR commission to discuss 2015 budget

East County Fire & Rescue Commission will hold a special meeting Monday, Nov. 10, to discuss the 2015 proposed budget.


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