Community members interested in the future of Camas’ public parks, trails and open spaces can still weigh in on the city’s soon-to-be-update Parks, Recreation and Open Space (PROS) Plan. The city recently launched its second virtual PROS Plan open house on the city’s Engage Camas website (engagecamas.com/parks-recreation-open-space-comprehensive-plan), and is asking the public to weigh in with comments on the draft PROS Plan through Feb. 4.
Kelli Rule and Jeffree White are not fluent Spanish speakers, but the Washougal couple has been working for more than a year to master the language.
Graham and Kayla Gentry hope their second appearance on the HGTV series “House Hunters” shows more than just their quest to purchase a new home in Washougal.
Camas’ Crown Park will soon showcase a memorial honoring 22 Camas paper mill employees who lost their lives serving in the armed forces during World War II.
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Camas officials helped honor veterans this weekend, during the Dec. 18 Wreaths Across America.
The Unite! Washougal Community Coalition has named Lisa Bennett as the 2021 recipient of its “Heart of a Volunteer” Excellence Award.
Downtown Camas is one step closer to having a new community garden, thanks to a partnership between the city and local entrepreneur Jacquie Hill, owner of LiveWell Camas, a downtown Camas movement and wellness studio.
The city of Camas’ annual Hometown Holidays celebration comes with its own set of traditions: taking photos with Santa, enjoying the beauty of the lighted holiday tree in front of the LIberty Theatre, grabbing a cup of hot cocoa at Journey Church, listening to Camas student bands and browsing tables lined with used books inside the Camas Public Library’s second-story meeting rooms.
Camas’ Hometown Holidays celebration set for Friday, Dec. 3