“What if the other side collapses while we’re in here?”
Is it possible that the country is truly rebuilding itself … from the soul up?
Rain gardens are a great way to both have an attractive landscape feature and also enhance water quality in the drizzly Pacific Northwest. Forests and soils act as a filter for rainwater, cleaning it and releasing it slowly into creeks, streams, wetlands, lakes and eventually the ocean. Rain that falls on solid surfaces such as sidewalks, roads and roofs, collects the pollutants on these surfaces, bypassing the natural filter process, and carries them directly into waterways such as the Columbia river.
Despite shuttering its pulp mill, closing its “Roaring 20” office paper line and laying off nearly two-thirds of its workforce in 2018, Georgia-Pacific, which still operates one paper line and employs 150 workers at the downtown Camas paper mill, says it has no intention of leaving Camas anytime soon.
If there’s one thing that deserves a giant cheers this month it is the fact that we can finally see the light at the end of this long, dark, jumping-spider-filled COVID-19 tunnel.
Surprisingly, there is something United States presidents agree on — America’s economic and national security hinge upon maintaining our technology edge in semiconductors.
Fairness in journalism?
An online petition to halt an inpatient drug recovery center from coming into Camas’ Prune Hill neighborhood has garnered more than 1,300 signatures.
We see, but do we learn? We learn, but do we act?
The House is voting on the $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan this morning.