Planned Crown Park remodel enters final stretch

It has been five years after Camas officials first approved a master plan for the city’s historic Crown Park, and two years since city council members — previously stymied by COVID-19 pandemic restrictions on public construction projects — affirmed their interest in redesigning the entire park, but now the long-awaited remodel of Camas’ “outdoor living room” is on the cusp of realization. Read More

WA Medical Commission revokes local healthcare provider’s PA license

Having found that Camas-Washougal healthcare provider Scott C. Miller, the owner of Miller Wellness in Camas and the now-shuttered Miller Family Pediatrics practice in Washougal — “represents a grave danger to public health and safety,” the Washington State Medical Commission has permanently revoked Miller’s physician assistant license. Read More

Camas merchants promote ‘shopping small’

Downtown Camas merchants are gearing up for another weekend of “shop local” and “shop small” events designed to kickstart the annual holiday shopping season with an emphasis on small, independently owned businesses. Read More

Camas officials to talk revenues

One year after voting 4-3 against taking a 1% property tax levy increase to help fund essential city services, Camas officials are again set to consider not only taking the only property tax levy increase allowed under state law, but also the possibility of using the City’s “banked” 1% increase it did not collect in 2023. Read More