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Camas kicks off Trails to Tables Challenge

Trap Door Brewing to open second site in Washougal

Trap Door Brewing is coming to downtown Washougal.

Washougal’s Hippie Granola Co. is branching out

Maurie Smith learned to cook and bake as a youngster, inspired by her aunts’ encouragement and cookbooks. Something “clicked” in her mind when she made granola for the first time, however, and she hasn’t stopped since.

Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce seeks ‘citizen, businessperson of the year’ nominations

Chamber seeks ‘citizen, businessperson of the year’ nominations

Camas-Washougal breweries expand reach

Two Camas-Washougal breweries are expanding their distribution reach.

Celebration of life planned for longtime downtown Camas business owner, ‘Painless Ric’

The family of Ric Mason – better known to many locals as “Painless Ric,” the owner of Painless Ric’s Tattoo Parlor – will host a celebration of life for the longtime downtown Camas business owner from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 6, at the Black Pearl on the Columbia, 56 S. First St., Washougal.

Upping al fresco: Lakeside Camas restaurant could take outdoor dining to new level

Chuck and Janessa Stoltz, the owners of Camas’ unique, Lacamas Lake-adjacent Acorn & the Oak restaurant, had already weathered more than their fair share of hurdles when the city’s planning manager emailed another piece of bad news earlier this month: the city could not approve the couple’s plans to build a permanent cover over their back patio.

Camas mill cleanup ‘will take time’

Camas-area residents eager to see environmental cleanup work being done at the Georgia-Pacific (GP) paper mill site will likely need to settle for “later rather than sooner.”

‘New chapter, maybe even a sequel’

When four of the eight Washougal Business Association (WBA) officers, including president Kathryn Dudley, resigned in the fall of 2021, three of the remaining board members — Bolt Minister, David Stuebe and Chuck Carpenter — named Paul Greenlee as the nonprofit’s next leader.

Camas Brewing Co. opens in downtown Camas

Eric Duensing’s desire to launch a brewery in Camas sprouted from his desire to launch a brewery in Seabrook, a small-but-growing tourist town on the Washington coast.