The lives of Sarah Parsons and Zach Brady once revolved around rebounds, tackles and college applications … until multiple concussions derailed their athletic dreams and nearly kept them out of college.
Ridgefield City Council has chance to buck nationwide trend when it fills 2 new positions
In his 30s, Don Stose crisscrossed the Pacific Northwest on a weekly basis as a factory representative for Toyota. When he returned home, he devoted his attention to his family. City issues were someone else's concern.
Women make up just 27-29% of councils in county, state, U.S.
A sea change, a fluke, or part of a cycle.
At least $150,000 in labor, cash, materials needed to complete memorial
The Battle Ground Parks & Recreation Department has the permits and designs to build a memorial to the city's fallen war heroes in Kiwanis Park.
Company celebrates 100 years of processing wool in the city
WASHOUGAL -- Over the years, the brass bell atop the brick machinery shop building at Pendleton Woolen Mills in Washougal has served as an alarm clock for workers who overslept and a reminder that lunchtime is almost over. On Friday morning, the bell served a ceremonial function, ringing in the mill's 100th anniversary operating in Washougal.
Washougal's fabric-weaving factory plans tours, parade, live music, more
Pendleton Woolen Mills in Washougal will celebrate its 100th anniversary in business this weekend with a two-day celebration that includes a community dance, the tasting of local beers and a parade.
Misstep could have resulted in higher utility rates for residents
The city of Camas allocated more than $863,000 in administration salaries and benefits costs for utilities in 2011 without proper documentation for benefits received -- a misstep that could have resulted in higher utility rates for the city's residents, according to the Washington State Auditor's Office.
Bids could go out again this fall.
District pledges to cut energy use 20 percent by 2020.
Winners will be announced Sept. 12