On the night of June 27, a patron left 54-40 Brewing Company in Washougal after drawing a racist symbol on a napkin, obviously meant to be discovered by a staff member.
Ever since he was young, Dan Attoe has been fascinated by the history, traditions and artistic intricacies of tattoo art, an interest that stems from his passion for skateboarding and punk rock culture.
Several Washougal agencies, organizations and leaders are coming together to help local businesses not only recover from the devastating financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, but thrive in the long-term.
Washougal Family Dental reopened to the public in mid-May, almost exactly two months to the day after it closed in response to the outbreak of COVID-19, and so far, says Tarra Cochell, office manager and co-owner of Washougal Family Dental, business has been good.
Camas First Friday goes virtual May 31 through June 5
Business owners throughout downtown Camas have been getting ready for the next phase of the state’s reopening — whenever that may be.