February 8, 2024
Yvonne Gee sits on a bronze sculpture created by her partner, Daviid Van Zandt, in their Washougal home studio, Friday, Jan. 26, 2024. (Doug Flanagan/Post-Record)

Washougal art lover named to commission

Yvonne Gee is not an artist herself, but she has become one of the key figures in the art community since moving to Washougal in 2019, publicly supporting and promoting the work of her partner, their friends, and local organizations.

February 1, 2024
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Camas art exhibit to showcase ‘A Different View’

“Our world has changed in ways we could not have imagined. Often these changes have required us to adapt in unexpected ways. How are you dealing with change? Have you found new insights or a new perspective? Have you rearranged your priorities? Have you found a different way of looking, feeling, experiencing or responding?”

February 1, 2024

Nominations sought for youth achievement awards

The Clark County Youth Commission is seeking nominations to recognize 300 local youth that demonstrate personal growth and community contribution in one of thirteen categories of achievement. Youth will be…

January 25, 2024
Contributed photo courtesy Angela Bunda
The Bitchins, a Portland-based rock-and-horn band, reunites once per yaer to put on a benefit concert to raise money for the Parkinson's Resources of Oregon nonprofit organization.

Local musicians prepare for annual ‘benefit bash’

Angela Bunda decided to step back from her music career in 2015 after the birth of her first child. But since then, the 1999 Washougal High School graduate has been able to maintain a connection to her passion for music thanks to her involvement with The Bitchins, a Portland-based rock/horn band that performs just once per year to raise funds for people affected by a disease that afflicts one of its members.