May 1, 2018
Paige Maas, an eighth-grader at Jemtegaard Middle School, during an advocacy trip with the American Diabetes Association (ADA) in Washington D.C., March of 2018. Maas was diagnosed with type one diabetes when she was seven years old and was selected by the ADA to be an advocate for people with diabetes. She has gone to D.C. three times as an advocate and has called on members of congress for funding to find a cure, technology and transparency with insulin prices. (Contributed photos courtesy of Brad Maas)

Washougal teen fights for diabetes research

The thought of juggling dance, soccer, track and cross country may sound like a lot of work for a 14 year old, but Jemtegaard Middle School student Paige Maas makes it work.

April 19, 2018

Treating the whole person

A Camas woman who experienced relief of chronic hip and shoulder pain through Holistic Yoga Therapy™, seeks to help others through the same movements and techniques. Moriah Diederich, who…