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Camas merchants make ‘shopping small’ easy

Several downtown Camas businesses are gearing up for the annual “Little Box Friday” and “Shop Small Saturday” shopping events that follow the Thanksgiving holiday and kick-off the winter holiday season of gift-giving.

Community Briefs for Nov. 28, 2019

Windermere collecting coats, blankets

‘Coffee with a Cop’ event draws a crowd

Starbucks, the iconic Seattle coffee chain, prides itself on offering customers a consistent, almost identical cafe experience no matter where they might be ordering their latte or iced mocha.

Washougal girl overcomes disease with positive attitude

Today and forever, Ava Watson has a lot to be thankful for.

Port lands Portland Spirit river cruise

The Port of Camas-Washougal has landed a major tourist draw to its Washougal waterfront.

Camas couple seeking solar power craft unique solution

When most people think of solar-powered homes, they envision solar panels affixed to a flat roof or sitting in rows in a field.

Details on roundabout taking shape

Landscaping plans for the future traffic roundabout at Lake Road and Everett Street in Camas received head nods of approval from Camas City Council members this week, after staff pared down the original landscaping ideas.

Camas OKs 1% tax levy increase

Camas City Council members Monday night unanimously agreed to raise the amount of money the city can levy from property taxes by 1 percent, the maximum annual increase allowed by state law.

Camas seeks help planning ‘North Shore’

It has been more than six years since Camas City Council members approved an agreement designed to guide future development of the city’s “North Shore,” an 800-acre swath of land that extends from Lacamas Lake to Camas’ northern city limits and has long been touted for its potential to house Camas’ burgeoning population, provide parks and open spaces for future generations and build the city’s inventory of commercial and industrial land.

News Briefs for Nov. 21, 2019

Man injured in struggle with burglars