I-5 Bridge closure rescheduled, set for Sept. 19-27
Graduating from college in the midst of a global pandemic that has shuttered much of the entertainment industry and severely impacted school music programs was not what Camas natives Ellie Cook and Sierra Aton envisioned when they finished their respective musical theater and music education degrees.
Washougal School District leaders are ready and willing to welcome students back into classrooms, but are prepared for the possibility that not every child will want to return.
The ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis has, once again, thrown a wrench into the 2020-21 high school sports seasons.
It was springtime and COVID-19 had just shutdown weddings and other large, in-person gatherings for the foreseeable future. Derek and Lara Scanlon were terrified the dream they had worked so hard to achieve was on the verge of dying.
Local students will start the 2020-21 school year online due to the still-present dangers of COVID-19, but Camas School District leaders remain focused on bringing students back to the classroom as soon as it’s safe to do so.