The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has canceled many traditions in Camas and Washougal this year, including high school graduations in June, the annual Camas Days celebration in July, the Washougal Arts Festival in August, sporting events throughout the fall and even big family gatherings this Thanksgiving.
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.
Camas yoga teacher Sheila Schmid remembers the day she realized she wanted to take her yoga practice in a different direction.
Clark County Council to hold public hearing on 2021 budget
Jason Dodge died in his Washougal home during the early morning hours of May 6, 2013, but was brought back to life by Washougal police officers and an automated external defibrillator three minutes later. He awoke from a medically induced coma one week later, diagnosed with sudden cardiac death syndrome. He still has no recollection of what happened to him that night.
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