Public will have chance to weigh in on Georgia-Pacific paper mill cleanup

Seven months after at least 50 Camas residents and public officials urged the state’s Department of Ecology during an April 20 public hearing to push for more restrictive environmental cleanup standards at the Georgia-Pacific paper mill in downtown Camas, the public will soon be able to weigh in on the mill’s future environmental cleanup efforts.

‘Shop Small’ in downtown Camas this weekend

A feeling of lighthearted joy infuses downtown Camas’ latest business, Periwinkle’s Toy Shoppe, sending visitors down a memory lane filled with favorite stuffed animals, coveted figurines and treasured picture books.

Windermere Real Estate ‘shares the warmth’ in Camas 

Study: Port supports 2,055 jobs, $457M in revenue

Port of Camas-Washougal leaders plan to make good use of a recently released economic impact study on the Port’s industrial park, airport and marina.

Camas police seek surveillance videos following Halloween burglaries

Washougal yoga studio to hold open house this weekend

Columbia River Realty enters new era

When Charline Wright started Columbia River Realty in 2013, she and six other brokers worked out of the backs of their cars because they didn’t have an office of their own.

Washougal coffee lover launches Lorem Ipsum Coffee

Greg Moore doesn’t view himself as a coffee connoisseur, exactly, but he admits he has an enthusiasm for the java drink few can match.

As COVID cases climb, vaccine and masking mandates expand

With COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths continuing to climb across the country, state and county, elected officials are using masks and vaccine mandates to try to stem the spread of the virus and keep health systems from becoming completely overwhelmed.

Washougal’s 54-40 Brewing expands

Food-and-drink pairings don’t get much better than pizza and beer. Bolt Minister has carved a long, productive career out of his ability to brew the former. Now he’s learning how to bake the latter.