Stories by Danielle Frost

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November 17, 2016

Agencies put the brakes on program merger

A merger between Camas Parks and Recreation and Camas Community Eduction has been put on hold while both entities do more research and hammer out the details.

November 17, 2016
Everest Krabbenhoft is collecting donations of money and toiletries to send to troops overseas for his Eagle Scout project. Lutz Hardware is one of the collection sites.

Caring for troops overseas

A Washougal High School senior is hoping to raise approximately $6,500 to send care packages to troops overseas.

November 17, 2016
Blind woodworker John Furniss works on his latest project using a wood lathe, which is his favorite tool for creating different pieces.

Life, love, art

John Furniss has been blind since he was 16 years old. But far from sitting around and feeling sorry for himself, John is an artist who also bakes bread, mows his own lawn, volunteers at Habitat for Humanity and does routine house maintenance.

November 10, 2016
John N. Fail (Sean Finucane) administers veterinary assistance to Dog (Tori Corkum). "Failure: A Love Story," opens this Friday at the Washburn Performing Arts Center at Washougal High School.

Love, life and loss

While life is random and unfair, it is also undoubtedly precious.

November 3, 2016

Cory Chase is newest member of WSD Board

Cory Chase grew up in a family where volunteering was the norm. His father served on a School Board, and now Chase is following in his footsteps.

October 27, 2016
Principal Aaron Smith chats with seventh-graders working on a "kindness rocks," art project at the new Project Based Learning Middle School in Camas.

A holistic approach to learning

Take a quick look around the newest middle school in Camas, and you’ll immediately spot some of the key differences that make it unique.