Stories by Dawn Feldhaus

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June 7, 2018
Port of Camas-Washougal Facilities Manager Jeramy Wilcox (left) talks with Josh Swift (right), owner of Swift Machining, during an open house in Building 18, May 23. Six companies, with a starting workforce of 85 to 90 employees, will locate in the 49,500 square foot building -- the Port's largest structure to date -- in the Steigerwald Commerce Center.

Companies offer glimpse of Building 18’s future

Two of the companies that will soon move into the Port of Camas-Washougal’s newest and largest industrial park building recently had a chance to showcase their products with people who attended an open house hosted by the Port.

May 31, 2018
Bill Ivey, executive director of Homes For Our Troops (HFOT), presents a large ceremonial key to Alex and Kim Hussey, as HFOT Community Outreach Coordinator Mary Espinoza looks on, Saturday, May 12, outside the Husseys' new home in the Washougal area. Alex, an Army Specialist, lost both of his legs and left hand, and he sustained a traumatic brain injury when an improvised explosive device was set off near him in Afghanistan in 2012.

Washougal veteran moves into new home

A man who spent six months in a comatose state, after an improvised explosive device was set off near him in Afghanistan, has moved with his wife into a new home in Washougal.

May 24, 2018

Memorial Day events to be held in Camas, Washougal

Memorial Day will be commemorated with several ceremonies this weekend in Camas and Washougal. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who died…

May 24, 2018

Chamber of Commerce names award recipients

The Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce has named its 2018 “Citizen of the Year” and “Business Person of the Year.” The chamber will host an awards banquet at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 6, at Camas Meadows Golf Club, to honor the award recipients.

May 24, 2018
Joyce Lindsay (left), a Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance (WACA) board member, celebrates the 2017 dedication of "Forever Faithful," a life-size bronze sculpture of a Belgian Malinois created by Susan Bahary (right). The artwork is located in front of the Washougal Police station. Lindsay plans to continue serving on the WACA board after she moves to Bellingham. Lindsay recently supported a movement to form a Washougal Arts Commission. (Contributed photo by Rene Carroll)

Washougal eyes an arts commission

Soon-to-be former Washougal City Councilwoman Joyce Lindsay is continuing her legacy of advocating for the arts, by supporting the creation of a Washougal Arts Commission.