Camas will soon fill more than 20 vacancies

Clark County’s recent move into the less-restrictive Phase 2 of the Washington Roadmap to Recovery COVID-19 reopening plan means city leaders in Camas can begin to fill more than 20 staff vacancies put on pause during the yearlong pandemic. Read More

Camas school board pauses reopenings, gives staff time to transition

On Monday, Feb. 22, just one week before Camas elementary students were scheduled to return to full classrooms, four days a week, and high-schoolers would have entered a hybrid schedule with twice-weekly in-person classes, the Camas School Board agreed to pause the district’s school reopening rollout to give teachers, staff and families more time to adjust to the swift transitions. Read More

Creating ‘super green’ cities

A native son of Camas — Earth Day founder and internationally renowned environmental advocate Denis Hayes — will lead a discussion about building more sustainable communities at the Clark College Foundation’s virtual “Creating Super Green Cities” event on Tuesday, Feb. 23. Read More