A wiggly business

Brandon Higgins, of Washougal, spent almost 15 years as a production worker for steel and plastic companies, but after undergoing two back surgeries in 2019, he began to seriously ponder a career change.

‘Nail Polish & Power Tools’

Several years ago, Jackie Gollbach discovered a series of videos on YouTube produced by Texas residents Whitney Gainer and Ashley Turner, two self-taught carpenters who created the successful “Shanty2Chic” do-it-yourself furniture brand.

Outlaw Country Radio branches out

The founders of the Camas-based Outlaw Country Radio have been searching for a couple years to find a way to help the nonprofit, low-power frequency modulation station solidify its presence in East Clark County.

Unite! Washougal earns national attention

A local coalition dedicated to helping Washougal youth make health life choices is being recognized nationally.

Washougal man pushes through pain, illness to create works of art

Jon Cody Robertson doesn’t put limits on his ability to creatively express himself.

Camas-Washougal Rotary Club helps victims of Santiam Canyon wildfire

City of Camas updating HOA list

Longtime Camas-Washougal preschool struggles to stay open during pandemic

The letter from the board president did not mince words.

Steigerwald project had ‘productive year’

2020 has been a big year for the massive Steigerwald Reconnection Project happening at the national Steigerwald Lake wildlife refuge located on the edge of Washougal.

Champ Camp hosts ball giveway this weekend

When Jess Moore opened Champ Camp Fitness and Training in Washougal in July, he hoped that the facility would become a “community development project,” providing opportunities to low-income youth through scholarship programs, holding fundraisers, sponsoring community events and establishing close working relationships with Washougal High School athletes.

‘Love at first sight’

Les Sonneson believes the key to his long-lasting marriage with his wife, Wanda, is their ability to “cut off the arguments as soon as possible.”