Even though the Camas and Washougal high school football teams won’t get the chance to replicate or improve upon their special 2019 campaigns this winter, players say they’re elated to return to the field for competitive play after the COVID-19 pandemic delayed their 2020 seasons by five months.
On Monday, Feb. 22, just one week before Camas elementary students were scheduled to return to full classrooms, four days a week, and high-schoolers would have entered a hybrid schedule with twice-weekly in-person classes, the Camas School Board agreed to pause the district’s school reopening rollout to give teachers, staff and families more time to adjust to the swift transitions.
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.
The founders of a Washington coast substance abuse treatment center are hoping to bring their holistic treatment model to Camas.
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.
Clark County residents interested in reducing the amount of trash they produce are invited to join the annual WasteBusters Challenge, which encourages sustainability efforts.
Washougal City Council: The Council will hold a remote workshop at 5 p.m. and remote regular meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 22. For more information about the agenda or how to watch or listen to the meetings, visit cityofwashougal.us/129/Agendas-Minutes.
With only about 200 ballots left to count in the Feb. 9 Special Election, Camas School District voters have passed two replacement levies that make up nearly 20 percent of the district’s overall funding.
The Washougal School District is setting the record straight after community members blamed the district for a profane comment posted to Instagram.
Camas-Washougal businesses, including restaurants, gyms and movie theaters, reopened to limited indoor services this week as Clark County moved into Phase 2 of the state’s Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery reopening plan.