Camas calls for faster teacher vaccinations

Members of the Camas School Board said this week they are calling on Governor Jay Inslee, Washington Superintendent of Public Instruction Chris Reykdal and the state’s department of health to ensure K-12 educators are moved up on the list of Washingtonians allowed to receive COVID-19 vaccines. Read More

Garver Theater renovations include seismic upgrades

Renovation work on the historic Joyce Garver Theater in Camas hit a snag earlier this year after four remodeling bids came in more than $2 million over budget, but the final piece of the $119 million construction bond passed by Camas School District voters in 2016 is now set to be completed in September 2021. Read More

11th-hour ask nearly derails land deal

Camas City Council members have agreed to move forward with a land deal that will add 115 acres of undeveloped Green Mountain land to the city’s inventory despite an 11th-hour ask that threatened to derail negotiations. Read More

Looking Back: Top 5 Camas-Washougal stories of 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic changed all of our lives in 2020 and dominated local, national and international news, but what other news caught the attention of our Camas-Washougal readers? As we enter the new year, the Post-Record looks back on the Top 5 local stories from 2020: Read More

Camas forms equity group

The city of Camas has established an equity advisory committee to address real and perceived inequities in how the city serves its community. Read More

Camas names two to key posts

The city of Camas this week announced the hiring of two key director positions, including the new head of the parks and recreation department and the city’s first director of communications. Read More