With national surveys showing nearly 85 percent of small businesses have been negatively impacted by the ongoing COVID-19, many small business advocates are hoping shoppers will consider supporting small, locally owned businesses this holiday shopping season.
Earlier this year, Alex Yost quietly identified Oct. 31 as a potential final day for OurBar, her restaurant in downtown Washougal.
The Port of Camas-Washougal recently learned that it will receive a $3 million federal grant to help construct a new, 50,000-square-foot industrial building at the Port’s Washougal-based industrial park.
This month’s First Friday event in downtown Camas, scheduled for Friday, Nov. 6, will cap a week of virtual “thankful for you (and pie)” themed events.
It’s been quite a year for the owners of Papermaker Pride.
Phyllis and Earl Gildehous played a significant role in the upbringing of their granddaughter, Lindsey Lamb. The Washougal residents often cared for Lamb when their daughter — Lamb’s mother — was working, and developed a close relationship with her.
Washougal resident Lori Reed recently put up a sign endorsing the political candidate of her choice in her front yard.
Fisher Investments, Camas’ largest private employer, has completed construction on a new, five-story building at its Fisher Creek campus in Camas.