WSD’s fee plan shocks Washougal city leaders

The Washougal City Council has approved a Washougal School District plan that will reduce residential impact fees, which help fund school facility needs related to the city’s growth, to $0 in 2023.

Washougal to stock schools with opioid overdose-reversal medication

Alexander Cook’s older brother, Daniel, passed away earlier this year as a result of an opioid overdose. Cook was devastated, of course, but at the same time, he had long since come to terms with the fact that in some ways, the person that he knew and loved had already been gone for some time.

Skamania School touts grant-funding building modernization

WSU-Vancouver to host ‘Scholarship 101’ event Dec. 7

Camas seeks input on Everett Street improvements

Washougal School Board eyes fate of levies

Washougal School District voters may soon decide the fate of two local school district levies that help fund programs, activities, athletics, technology, maintenance and safety needs not covered by state or federal funds.

Jemtegaard students celebrate Dia de los Muertos

Washougal High presents first play of 2022-23: ‘She Kills Monsters,’ a tale of discovery

The Washougal High School drama department’s first production of the 2022-23 school year tells a story about grief, acceptance, and self-discovery, set in a fantasy world laden with homicidal monsters and 1990s pop-culture references.

WSU Vancouver to host student preview day

The Show Goes On: newly renovated Joyce Garver Theater reopens to community

The final piece of a $119.7 million bond approved by Camas School District voters in February 2016, slid into place this month with the official reopening of the district’s newly renovated Joyce Garver Theater.

Washougal School District wraps up racism investigation

The Washougal School District said it has concluded an investigation into allegations that students exhibited racist behavior during a Washougal High School volleyball match on Sept. 15.