Even though Ryan Huffman describes himself as more of a “dirt guy” who’d rather move things around with equipment than create them, he’s relished the opportunity to use his imagination while putting together a holiday lights tour at Washougal Motocross Park. He will, for example, point out the fact that he was the one who came up with the idea for one of the tour’s signature displays, a “Grinch” knocking over a tree with a bulldozer.
The city of Camas has determined that a Georgia-Pacific plan to demolish several buildings the company is no longer using in its Camas paper mill operations, including the company’s Camas Business Center and nonwovens fabric manufacturing plant, has met the state’s Environmental Policy Act rules and will not have any significant adverse environmental impacts.
Downtown Washougal’s newest business can’t be easily described in a few simple words. Even its co-owners are still searching for the best way to explain their new venture.
With national surveys showing nearly 85 percent of small businesses have been negatively impacted by the ongoing COVID-19, many small business advocates are hoping shoppers will consider supporting small, locally owned businesses this holiday shopping season.
Earlier this year, Alex Yost quietly identified Oct. 31 as a potential final day for OurBar, her restaurant in downtown Washougal.
The Port of Camas-Washougal recently learned that it will receive a $3 million federal grant to help construct a new, 50,000-square-foot industrial building at the Port’s Washougal-based industrial park.
This month’s First Friday event in downtown Camas, scheduled for Friday, Nov. 6, will cap a week of virtual “thankful for you (and pie)” themed events.