Megan and Tyler Davis love to eat good food, drink good beer and socialize with their friends in casual, family friendly establishments. They didn’t see anything like that in Washougal, so they decided to create one themselves.
The Downtown Camas Association will host a ribbon-cutting this week for a business that — while new to Camas — has plenty of name recognition across the river.
The Port of Camas-Washougal is ready to welcome a brand-new brewery to its brand-new industrial building in 2023.
Some of Jordan Stillinger’s most vivid childhood memories involve summertime drives with her mother, who loved to seek out garage sales.
“Camas, Wash.” has been emblazoned on the stern of the American Empress paddlewheeler since 2014, but 2022 was the first time the Empress, the largest riverboat west of the Mississippi River, has attached itself to the Camas-Washougal dock originally slated to be the riverboat’s home port.
The Camas Planning Commission has approved preliminary plans for a nearly 943,000-square-foot industrial business park along Northwest Lake Road. The proposal, which would construct two warehouse buildings and one manufacturing building at 4707 (and 4723) N.W. Lake Road, across from the WaferTech campus, will now head to the Camas City Council for final approval.