Stories by Dawn Feldhaus

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October 18, 2018
Alex Yost, a Washougal City Council member and co-owner of OurBar restaurant in downtown Washougal, (right) tours Shady Grove Farm, in Fern Prairie, with other members of 'Shougfood,' Oct. 9. They are interested in opening a co-op grocery store in downtown Washougal.

A food co-op in Washougal?

Area farmers, a restaurant owner and others interested in providing fresh produce to local residents want to gauge the community’s interest in supporting a co-op grocery in downtown Washougal.

October 18, 2018
Head brewer Shilpi Halemane stirs oatmeal stout in the Logsdon Farmhouse Ales brewery in downtown Washougal.

Hood River brewery moves to Washougal

Logsdon Farmhouse Ales brewers are enjoying the transition from producing beer in a Hood River, Oregon, barn to using newer brewing equipment in downtown Washougal.

October 18, 2018
Washougal Finance Director Jennifer Forsberg presents information regarding a proposed city business license fee increase during the Monday, Oct. 8, Washougal City Council workshop. Council approved the increase, from $25 in 2018 to $50 in 2019, during the regular meeting after the workshop. The fee increase had also been discussed during the council's Sept. 24 workshop.

Washougal talks revenue sources

Washougal companies will pay twice as much for an annual business license, starting in 2019, as the city seeks additional revenue.

September 27, 2018
People tour Camas luxury homes, including "The Arcadia" (pictured), in The Parklands at Camas Meadows, during the NW Natural Parade of Homes, Sept. 21. The Building Industry Association of Clark County produced the two-week event, which concluded Sunday, Sept. 23. The 2019 NW Natural Parade of Homes also will be held in Camas, at Dawson's Ridge.

A look at luxury living in Camas

The recent NW Natural Parade of Homes brought attention to East Clark County this year, with thousands of people touring 10 homes in The Parklands at Camas Meadows over the past two weeks.