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.
The founders of the Camas-based Outlaw Country Radio have been searching for a couple years to find a way to help the nonprofit, low-power frequency modulation station solidify its presence in East Clark County.
During the past three years, Sam Rickenbach worked for several Portland-area companies as a cannabidiol (CBD) extraction laboratory director. He generally enjoyed his work, but over time came to believe that most of the businesses in his industry — including his own — were severely overcharging for their products.
Three days after Gov. Jay Inslee announced he was extending a three-week ban on indoor dining to help get explosive COVID-19 case rates under control, the owners of Salud! Wine Bar in downtown Camas found themselves rushing to prepare takeout orders for their drive-up “Santa Delivery” event.
When Jess Moore opened Champ Camp Fitness and Training in Washougal in July, he hoped that the facility would become a “community development project,” providing opportunities to low-income youth through scholarship programs, holding fundraisers, sponsoring community events and establishing close working relationships with Washougal High School athletes.