Interested in helping preserve history, promote educational opportunities and honor a loved one at the same time? The Parkersville Heritage Foundation is once again selling engraved bricks to help raise funds for Parker’s Landing Historical Park in Washougal.
There was nothing particularly unusual about the day Anne Haller’s world started spinning.
One of the city of Washougal’s major projects for 2020, the Columbia River Trail, is scheduled to get under way later this year after a slight delay; while another, the Schmid Ballfields project, has been pushed back to 2021.
It is Friday afternoon in the dog days of summer and the temperature has been in the high 80s all week.
The vision for Camas’ North Shore area — an 800-acre swath of land extending from Lacamas Lake to Camas’ northern city limits long touted for its potential to house the city’s burgeoning population, provide parks and open spaces for future generations and build the city’s inventory of commercial and light-industrial lands — is beginning to take shape.
Community can weigh in on SR-500 improvements
When the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered schools and extracurricular classes throughout Southwest Washington this spring, theater teacher Heather Lundy Kahl knew she would have to move in a different direction to help her tightknit group of students.
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.