Celebrating ‘the little white church on the hill’

The church leaders gathered inside the Fern Prairie United Methodist Church on this rainy Monday morning are the very definition of memory keepers.

Port of Camas-Washougal plans cleanup to celebrate 2023 Earth Day

Camas community garden plots available

Interested in growing your own food but don’t have the space or tools available at your own Camas-area home? The Camas community garden is now accepting applications for the 2023 growing season.

April 7 First Friday to honor Camas history

From prunes to paper, this month’s First Friday event in downtown Camas will celebrate everything that went into making Camas what it is today.

Native plant nursery blossoms in Washougal

Hannah Schrager didn’t consider herself to be particularly “outdoorsy” when she was growing up, even though she thought at one point that she wanted to become a vegetable farmer. But now, every time she sees the leaf of a Trillium flower or trout lily delicately emerging from recently thawed ground in springtime, she experiences feelings of wonder and awe.

Port plans commercial hub next to skatepark

The Port of Camas-Washougal has launched an effort to develop a small commercial hub on the site of the city of Camas’ revamped Riverside Bowl Skatepark.

Line dancing takes off at Washougal food carts

Megan Davis, the co-owner of Ashwood Taps and Trucks, has always envisioned hosting line dancing at her Washougal-based taphouse/food cart pod.

Washougal man finishes yearlong ‘Catch 365’ experiment with Mariners legend Ken Griffey Jr.

On March 2, 2022, John Scukanec played catch with his son, Jackson, in the backyard of his Washougal residence, kicking off a quest to exchange throws with somebody every day for an entire year.

Washougal to celebrate Youth Arts Month

The 2023 Washougal Youth Arts Month celebration, coordinated by the Washougal School District and the Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance (WACA), kicks off this week, featuring a variety of events and activities showcasing many forms of artwork by Washougal youth.

Washougal history museum ‘prepared and ready’ for new season, influx of visitors

As a native New Yorker and longtime Bay Area resident, Tish Bayer didn’t know much at all about the history of east Clark County when she moved to Washougal with her husband, John, in 2005 after retiring from a long career as a development professional for nonprofit organizations.