Washougal

Local schools try to ride out most recent COVID-19 wave

As COVID-19 cases continue to surge in Clark County, Camas School District administrators say they are doing everything they can to maintain in-person learning and extracurricular activities.

Stride ‘fun run’ returns to Washougal in May

Staffing shortages force Washougal City Hall closure

‘That’s Emma!’ gets movie treatment

For the past seven years, Marcus Bennett has diligently worked to develop his skills as a video producer and editor, sound engineer, and camera operator. But earlier this year, he took advantage of an opportunity to use all of his talents at once to create something entirely new, both for him and the Washougal High School drama department.

Washougal students receive’Blessing Boxes’

It was December 2020 and Washougal resident Tara Poulsen wanted to lift local students’ spirits.

WSD’s outreach to Spanish-speaking families pays off

Washougal Learning Academy Principal Jason Foster says he can already see the impacts of the Washougal School District’s outreach efforts to engage more Spanish-speaking families.

Hathaway Elementary hosts annual holiday gift shop

Washougal students bring holiday joy to shelter animals

Washougal students create blankets, toys for animals

Police investigating fake Washougal High Instagram account

The Washougal Police Department (WPD) is investigating the origins of a fake Washougal High School Instagram page that contained inappropriate material encouraging unsafe behavior and specific acts of vandalism before being deleted.

Washougal Learning Academy, Cowlitz Indian Tribe collaborate on mascot, logo

When the Washougal Learning Academy (WLA) leaders decided to select a school mascot and logo last summer, they wanted the chosen symbol to represent more than the WLA itself. They wanted it to be, in their words, “something special.”

Washougal students bring radio play back for holiday

The Washougal School District Soundstage performing arts club put on three three radio plays during the 2020-21 school year, performances that received praise from parents, district employees and other community members. The club’s production of “A Christmas Carol” was especially popular, garnering more than 1,000 clicks on the district website.