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Phone: 360-735-4674

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Soaring in the Big Sky

A Camas High School graduate was recently honored for being a pinnacle example of a student-athlete in the Big Sky Conference.

Officials urge caution with fireworks

The sale of fireworks in Camas and Washougal begins this week, and with recent prolonged dry weather and record-breaking temperatures, local residents and city officials are expressing concerns about the potential increased risk for fires.

City leaders implement voluntary odd/even watering schedule

In the wake of a statewide drought emergency, Camas and Washougal city leaders are asking citizens to abide by a voluntary odd/even lawn and landscape watering program.

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Escape the heat in Camas and Washougal

With temperatures expected to reach 100 degrees during the next few days, there are several places to stay cool in Camas and Washougal.

Planning commission recommends Green Mountain PRD approval

The Camas Planning Commission has recommended approval of a planned residential development that will eventually bring up to 1,300 new home sites to Camas.

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Three die in SR-14 collision

Three people, including a 7-year-old boy, were killed in a head-on collision on state Route 14 in Skamania County Saturday.

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Three people die in SR-14 collision in Skamania County

Three people, including a 7-year-old boy, were killed in a head-on collision on state Route 14 in Skamania County Saturday night. According to the Washington State Patrol, just after 8 p.m., a blue 1997 Toyota Tacoma pickup truck driven by Heath T. Martin, 24, of North Bonneville, was traveling east near milepost 33 when it crossed the centerline and crashed into a westbound 2005 Toyota Sienna mini van carrying five people. The incident occurred three miles west of North Bonneville, in front of a Skamania County Fire District 5 station.

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‘You really are fearless’

Be kind. Be proud. Be fearless

ECFR, CWFD partnership discussions surface again

A financial analysis of a potential merger or additional partnership opportunities between the East County Fire and Rescue and the Camas-Washougal Fire Department could begin soon.

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Suspect crashes stolen vehicle into house

A man was arrested Monday after he drove a stolen truck into a Camas area home.


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