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December 28, 2023
Lone Wolf Jiu Jitsu Academy students show off their medals following the Grappling Industries Portland competition, held Sunday, Dec. 10, 2023, in Happy Valley, Ore. (Contributed photo courtesy Don Stoner)

Washougal jiu-jitsu students win big at tournament

The Vancouver-based Fabiano Scherner Association, consisting mostly of students from Washougal’s Lone Wolf Jiu Jitsu Academy, took first place Dec. 10, at the Grappling Industries Portland Tournament, held in Happy Valley, Oregon.

December 28, 2023
Port of Camas-Washougal employees load a tree trunk onto a trailer at Grove Field to transport it to Lawton Creek in 2023. (Contributed photos courtesy of the Port of Camas-Washougal)

Port completes Lawton Creek mitigation

The Port of Camas-Washougal has completed a mitigation project at Lawton Creek that will provide its Columbia River levee system with additional protection.

December 21, 2023
The Washougal School District is transferring an unspecified amount of money from its capital projects fund to its general fund to meet its short-term financial obligations. (Post-Record file photo)

WSD borrows from capital fund to cover costs

The Washougal School District is borrowing money from itself to meet its short-term financial obligations as it continues to grapple with financial challenges brought on by lower-than-expected enrollment and rising costs.

December 21, 2023

Washougal School Board welcomes new member

Washougal School District (WSD) Superintendent Mary Templeton administered oaths-of-office to three Washougal School Board members, including newcomer Ida Royer, during a meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 12. “We’re excited to welcome…

December 7, 2023
Contributed photo courtesy Washougal School District 
 Columbia River Gorge Elementary School fifth-grader Joela Grundy collects a token as a reward for finishing a lap during a Boosters Mileage Club session at the Jemtegaard Middle School track earlier this year. (Contributed photo courtesy of the Washougal School District)

‘Mileage Club’ proves popular with Washougal students

Every Tuesday, Columbia Gorge Elementary (CRG) School students spend 15 minutes of their time running or walking around the Jemtegaard Middle School track. They aren’t required to participate in the Boosters’ Mileage Club. They choose to do so because they enjoy competing with their friends, earning rewards, and getting — or staying — fit.