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When Brian Eayrs and John Watkins, owners of the Washougal-based Feed Me Fight Me fitness apparel company, don’t feel like strolling through their 6,000-square-foot distribution center in Building 18 at the Port of Camas-Washougal’s industrial park, they don’t have to.
Almost exactly one year after a Clark County hearings examiner OK’d mining on a Washougal rock pit located inside the Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area, a group of commissioners charged with protecting the Gorge have reversed that decision.
The Port of Camas-Washougal has reached an agreement to purchase another building for its industrial park.
Ben Jackson, chef and manager at the new Washougal Times restaurant, which hosted its grand opening the weekend of April 12, has been working around food almost as long as he can remember.
Bolt Minister, owner of 54-40 Brewing Company in Washougal, wants his business to become ingrained in the community by fostering local partnerships in an effort to further the endeavors of everyone involved in a positive manner.
Considering the cozy furniture, wall of colorful dried teas and sunbathed interior at naturopathic doctor Avery Colby’s new downtown Camas wellness center, it’s no surprise that a member of the Camas business community recently asked Colby — jokingly — if they could come work out of the apothecary.
It’s a cold winter day and the hills north of Camas are still dusted with snow, but inside the Ireland Greens Adult Family Home in Camas Carol Passow sits in the warm dining room, looking out over the home’s sprawling 5-acre property.