COVID-19 coverage

Washougal School District touts new online learning model

The Washougal School District is confident that its new distance-learning model will make a positive impact this fall.

OPINION: Superintendents right to push for online school start

When the COVID-19 pandemic first shuttered schools in March, no one could have suspected that, five months later, local school superintendents would be pushing for an online start to the 2020-21 school year.

Inslee urges people to wear masks in social settings to fight COVID-19

Clark County school superintendents recommend starting school year online

Camp Wa-Ri-Ki to host virtual learning classes in August

COVID-19 turns high school athletic schedule on its head

Dave Hajek will have to get used to having his fall afternoons free for the first time since 1981. He knows that adjustment won’t be easy to make, but it’s for a good cause.

Cities to dole out CARES funds, help pay for COVID-19 expenses

Cities throughout Washington, including Camas and Washougal, are trying to figure out the best way to disperse federal coronavirus relief funds and help offset costs related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

Motocross championships a go in Washougal

Some of the best motocross racers in the United States will return to the Washougal MX Park Aug. 22, for the Washougal National Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship.

Camas finance director: second recession possible if COVID-19 pandemic worsens

Gov. Inslee limits social gatherings as COVID-19 cases continue to climb

Washougal Arts Festival heads online throughout August

The Washougal Art Festival will look markedly different this year, morphing from a single-day in-person event to month-long social media showcase. But its mission of promoting the work of local and regional artists will remain exactly the same.