COVID-19 coverage

Holiday festivities in Camas, Washougal take on new flavor during COVID-19

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.

Clark County struggles to keep up with contact tracing as COVID-19 cases surge

Washington governor: ‘State is on fire’ amid new COVID-19 surge

Want to save small businesses? Wear a mask, shop local, push for federal COVID relief

It seems unreal — not to mention unfair to small business owners trying their best to keep the doors open during this global pandemic — to think it was only six weeks ago that Gov. Jay Inslee loosened COVID-19 restrictions across the state, reopening movie theaters and libraries, allowing more people to dine indoors at restaurants and letting real estate agents resume in-person open houses.

‘Rising to the occasion,’ Camas students tackle real-world problems

If there’s one thing Camas students have learned this year, it’s that things don’t always go according to plan.

Camas-Washougal athletes resume practice sessions

Jacques Badolato-Birdsell had hoped to lead the Camas High School football team to a second consecutive 4A state championship this fall. But after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the postponement of the prep football season, the senior running back has had ample time to reflect on his passion for the sport and the importance of his bonds with his teammates and coaches.

Inslee announces new restrictions after rise in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations

Meals on Wheels needs ‘friendly chatters’ for Thanksgiving

Local kindergarteners head back to school

Hundreds of Camas-Washougal kindergarten students experienced their classrooms for the first time this week, after leaders in both school districts OK’d the reopening of school buildings for their youngest learners.

OPINION: Without push for COVID prevention, community likely to remain divided

The presidential election is over, but the country — and even our own small piece of Southwest Washington — is still very much a house divided.