Stories by Dawn Feldhaus

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November 8, 2018
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Johna Dugan, 16, of Camas, had been missing since the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 7, but was found walking in East Vancouver, that evening.

Missing Camas teen is located

A previously missing female teen from Camas has been found in East Vancouver after she ran away from home. The Vancouver Police Department was dispatched at…

November 8, 2018
Thomas Moats, an officer with Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, installs a camera on a tree in Nataliya Milushkina's backyard near Washougal River Road.  Milushkina has reported seeing an animal that could be a young cougar, frequently show up at night by her house.

Possible cougar sighting raises hackles

A Washougal area woman who lives near Washougal River Road is used to seeing eagles, raccoons and deer near her residence, but is puzzled and concerned about the most recent wildlife addition to her backyard.

November 8, 2018
Washougal Mayor Molly Coston listens to a council member during the Aug. 13, 2018 Washougal City Council workshop. General election results, released Tuesday, Nov. 6, show Proposition 8, which would change the city's form of government from mayor-council, or 'strong mayor,' to council-manager or 'strong council' is passing with 54.84 percent of the vote. (Post-Record file photo)

It’s a ‘no’ to fire district, ‘yes’ to GOP

Clark County voters turned out in record numbers for the Nov. 6 midterm election this week, with 52 percent of registered voters casting ballots and weighing in on everything from the next congresswoman for Washington’s 3rd Congressional District to the next chair of the Clark County Council. As of this newspaper’s press deadline, there were still about 45,000 ballots — roughly 23 percent of the vote — left to be counted, countywide.

November 5, 2018

Still time to mail, drop off midterm ballots

Clark County voters have one more day to mail or drop off their ballots for the Nov. 6, 2018 midterm election. Voters have several options for dropping off their…

November 5, 2018

Port of C-W reports additional boat theft

The theft of a boat from the Port of Camas-Washougal marina over the weekend, makes it the fourth stolen boat within the past two months at the Washougal-based…

October 25, 2018
Clark County Cemetery District No. 1 Commissioner William Zalpys walks past natural burial sites at the Fern Prairie Cemetery. He said it takes one to two years for the graves, framed by untreated wood, to settle into the ground.

Washougal considers allowing ‘green burials’

As Washougal explores the idea of allowing ”green burials,” in the Washougal Memorial Cemetery, advocates say there are environmental and financial benefits to natural burials.

October 25, 2018

Ex-WSD employee pleads guilty to child rape

A longtime Washougal School District employee and former president of the Public School Employees of Washougal union, has pleaded guilty to raping and molesting a young child nearly 20 years ago.