Camas Meadows -- This year's annual invitational golf tournament held by the local Brigham Young University Alumni Association was a fundraiser for Called to Rescue, a Vancouver-based nonprofit organization that rescues children from sex trafficking, violence and abuse. The event was held May 30 at Camas Meadows Golf Club and there were approximately 100 golfers, netting about $6,000 for Called to Rescue. Participants and planners included folks from Crossroads Church, King's Church, Clark County Sheriff's Office, Vancouver Police Department, Evergreen Public Schools, Seventh Day Adventist Church, Holy Redeemer Catholic Church and many individuals who just wanted to help. A speech was given by Called to Rescue founder Dr. Cyndi Romine.
Camas — A team of Union High School students impressed judges in the Imagine Tomorrow problem-solving competition held May 17-19, winning first place for designing a device that can control and track energy use at home. The annual Washington State University competition asks high school students to design technology plans based around renewable energy. The Union High School team, with guidance from adviser Adam Schmierer, won first place in the technology challenge, one of four categories in the competition. Each member won $1,000, while $5,000 was given to their school. Other winning Clark County schools include: Hudson's Bay High School, second place in "Technology"; Camas High School, third place in "Behavior" and fourth place in "Biofuels"; Vancouver iTech Preparatory, "Best Project from a Newly Competing School."
Construction crews finished a two-year, $49 million project this week that expanded state Highway 14 in Camas and Washougal.
Suspect allegedly brandished a gun
A disgruntled Camas man who confronted a city employee with a gun Monday evening appeared today in Clark County Superior Court.
Students were making candles at Camas school
Dorothy Fox Elementary School in Camas was evacuated briefly this morning after smoke caused the fire alarm to go off in a portable classroom.
A disgruntled Camas man confronted a city employee with a gun Monday evening, after the employee left him a note for violating a city code.
Camas man has upgraded skills twice through college
Ken Hill knows how to turn adversity into an opportunity. In the recession-riddled economy, his skill at returning to college to learn new skills has served him well.
Council-manager system shifts mayor's power to oversee, govern to manager
The Washougal City Council will decide later this month whether to pursue changes to the city's form of government.
With 3 races since April, Micah Snell, 3, is on a roll in fundraising effort
This Sunday, 3-year-old Micah Snell will finish his fifth marathon -- his third in just three months.
A father and his two sons who were overdue home Tuesday evening from an off-road motorcycle excursion were found safe after a short search of an area north of Washougal.
Camas — Portland jazz saxophonist Patrick Lamb visited Grass Valley Elementary School in May for a performance, trading solos with young musicians before leading them in a "Pied Piper" conga line through the auditorium.
Action follows noise dispute between Humane Society, neighboring buisness
WASHOUGAL — The managers of a no-kill animal shelter in Washougal received clarity Monday on the city’s stance on where barking dogs are allowed.
Washougal man who was dead for three minutes meets, thanks officers who saved him with an AED
When Jason Dodge woke up in a hospital bed on Mother's Day, it took him several hours to realize he had been there almost a week.
She and 26 others have their heads shaved to help raise funds for research
WASHOUGAL — It was Sammy Mederos Day on Sunday as the 9-year-old cancer survivor had her head shaved in a fundraiser to help find cures for the deadly disease.
City can borrow more or seek new bids
While construction bids for Camas' new community center are $200,000 more than the city budgeted, officials say the project will likely move ahead on schedule.