Camas will celebrate history, ‘spring fun’ at April First Friday 

Two Rivers Heritage Museum reopens Saturday

Camas School Board to hold special meeting April 1

Washougal to update Hamllik Park, one of city’s oldest recreation spaces

Improvements are coming to Washougal’s Hamllik Park.

Camas Public Library to reopen building after yearlong closure

After a nearly one-year closure, the Camas Public Library is set to open its doors to the public again on Monday, March 15.

Washougal woman makes mark on social media

Taylor Aube had an epiphany as she walked through the meatpacking district of Manhattan in New York City one night several years ago on her way to take photographs at a fashion show featuring the work of Jeremy Scott, one of the world’s most well-known designers.

Washougal family makes most of pandemic, hits the road

Washougal resident Andy Dryden started talking with his wife, Heidi, about embarking on a cross-country road trip last summer after he learned that he would be working remotely and their two young sons would be learning remotely in the fall because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Creating ‘super green’ cities

A native son of Camas — Earth Day founder and internationally renowned environmental advocate Denis Hayes — will lead a discussion about building more sustainable communities at the Clark College Foundation’s virtual “Creating Super Green Cities” event on Tuesday, Feb. 23.

Volunteers say new Starbucks policy could hurt area’s most vulnerable

A Washougal resident who has helped feed the area’s hungry for nearly a decade worries a new Starbucks corporate policy may divert food away from the local community.

Washougal author pens ‘supernatural horror-thriller’

Washougal author Shirley Patterson-Wallace learned to expect the unexpected while writing her second novel, which started out as a “bucket-list” project but turned into something much more.

Fighting fire with prevention