Eric Duensing is used to going out on a limb. In 2009, Duensing and a friend decided to dive headfirst into the brandnew food truck market in Washington D.C.
Port of Camas-Washougal leaders don’t sell their industrial park property very often, but determined that an opportunity to bring one of the world’s leading aerospace manufacturers to Clark County was too good to pass up.
With its emphasis on art shows, shopping specials, games and prizes, the Downtown Camas Association’s monthly First Friday event is fun for the whole family.
Every year, Lori Reed looks forward to traveling to New Orleans to attend the Emeril Lagasse Foundation’s annual “Carnivale du Vin” fundraiser, for which she’s created marketing campaigns since 2005.
The founders of a Washington coast substance abuse treatment center are hoping to bring their holistic treatment model to Camas.
Kimber Eckman looked forward to a fun, festive New Year’s Eve at her establishment, Smead’s Pub in Washougal. Instead, the night turned into one of the most difficult personal and professional experiences of her life.
Greg Lewis’ woodworking journey began more than 20 years ago in Grants Pass, Oregon, where he and his wife Marchand bought their first home, which could colloquially be described as a “fixer-upper.”
When LeAnn Toristoja was a student at Aesthetics Institute in Portland, she didn’t have much interest in eventually operating her own spa.
Brandon Higgins, of Washougal, spent almost 15 years as a production worker for steel and plastic companies, but after undergoing two back surgeries in 2019, he began to seriously ponder a career change.
Several years ago, Jackie Gollbach discovered a series of videos on YouTube produced by Texas residents Whitney Gainer and Ashley Turner, two self-taught carpenters who created the successful “Shanty2Chic” do-it-yourself furniture brand.