Camas City Council: The Council will meeting for a planning conference at 9 a.m. Friday, Sept. 30. The public can watch and listen to the meeting on Zoom, on the phone or via the city’s livestream option. For more information, including remote log-in details, visit cityofcamas.us/yourgovernment/minuteagendavideo and click on the agenda packet for the Sept. 30 planning conference.
The Washougal School District (WSD) is looking at ways to readjust its board member zones based on population changes reflected in the 2020 United States Census data.
Washougal city leaders will soon send out the city’s 2022 community survey to gauge community members’ thoughts on city services, help determine city priorities and guide the city’s budget and investment decisions.
Camas is a city of hope. That’s the message Camas Mayor Steve Hogan delivered during his address for the 2022 State of the Community, held Thursday, Sept. 15, at Lacamas Lake Lodge.
The Camas City Council has selected six applicants to interview for the Council’s Ward 1, Position 1 seat left vacant when Councilwoman Shannon Roberts unexpectedly resigned on July 27.
Contract negotiations between the Washougal Association of Educators (WAE) teachers’ union and the Washougal School District continued this week with a 3.5-hour negotiation meeting on Sept. 19.
Camas High School senior Aran O’Day fell in love with world languages during a family trip abroad in 2017. O’Day was a middle-schooler then, and had never traveled outside North America.
How do Camas community members want to see their city’s share of the $350 billion federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) dollars?
Camas City Council this week unanimously approved a resolution supporting the creation of a criminal justice training facility in Southwest Washington.
The 2021 season was a very good one for the Washougal High School cross country program. The 2022 campaign could be even better.