When most people think of solar-powered homes, they envision solar panels affixed to a flat roof or sitting in rows in a field.
There are only seven weeks left in 2019, which means the holiday gift-giving season is rapidly sneaking up on us.
The name “Sandy’s Santas” might ring a bell with frequent visitors to the Washougal United Methodist Church’s annual Holiday Bazaar.
Alifelong lover of lakes, rivers, oceans, pools and pretty much all things swimmable, I’ll admit I was overly excited last spring, when my partner, Andy, told me he wanted to go shopping for kayaks.
At first, Sophie Garcia didn’t believe what her father was saying. After all, Johnnie Lee Wyman is, in her words, “known for telling a lot of crazy stories.”
Looking for local ways to enjoy autumn? Following is a round-up of all the places where Camas-Washougal families can find pumpkins, trick-or-treat events, caramel apples and maybe even some “spooktacular” Halloween fun.
Camas photographer Lara Blair has spent the past two decades parenting her own daughters, teaching middle-schoolers and capturing people’s (and dogs’) personalities through portrait photography, so it’s no surprise that her latest venture, Brave & True magazine, has managed to capture the many sides of today’s teen girls.
TreeSong Nature Awareness and Retreat Center near Washougal is on a growth trajectory.
Even though the school day is over, dozens of students eagerly crowd into Room C126 at Jemtegaard Middle School (JMS) on a recent Thursday afternoon.
Samuel, a 4-month-old rat terrier mix living at the West Columbia Gorge Humane Society (WCGHS), absolutely loves to be taken for walks.