Stories by Danielle Frost

email icon

January 12, 2017
Mad Science classes feature hands-on activities so that young attendees stay engaged and entertained. The activities also align with state and national science curriculum standards.

Learning, after hours

For many people, the new year is a time to take stock, and evaluate their health, fitness and overall activity levels.

January 5, 2017
Juliet Collins created cards and ornaments to buy Christmas presents for children in need. The items were then donated to the Salvation Army in Washougal.

Helping others

When third-grader Juliet Collins learned that some children don’t receive gifts for Christmas, she wanted to help.

January 5, 2017
Gause artist in residence Peggy Ross assists students with the animal collage process, which took place after students researched and wrote an informational paragraph about their animal.

The Art of Imagination

Collage making and animal classification may not seem related, but students at Gause Elementary are learning just the opposite.

December 28, 2016

Free cuts for kids on Jan. 11

The Hathaway Booster Club will offer free haircuts to any student in the Washougal School District from 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11. The haircuts will be done…

December 22, 2016
From left, Bridgette McCarthy, Sydney Mederos and Katie Boon will travel to Washington, D.C., in February to participate in the National Youth Leadership Initiative. Not pictured is Scott Anderson.

Building leaders of tomorrow

Four Washougal teens are hoping to make a difference in the local community by attending a national conference. Washougal High School juniors Sydney Mederos, Katie Boon, Bridgette McCarthy and Scott…

December 22, 2016
Rick James founded His Presents in December 2016. It is an organization that builds tiny houses for the homeless. He lives in Washougal with his wife and children.

Shelter from the storm

Rick James was walking to True Value Hardware in Washougal a year ago when he saw something that stopped him in his tracks.