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Washougal High School’s fine arts department welcomes staff

September 19, 2021, 5:38am Community

Washougal High School’s fine arts department recently welcomed choir teacher MaKenna Clendenen and band teacher David Duarte. Clendenen grew up in a small town in south-central Pennsylvania and is a… Read story

Washougal’s 54-40 Brewing expands into Stevenson

September 13, 2021, 5:12pm Business

Food-and-drink pairings don’t get much better than pizza and beer. Bolt Minister has carved a long, productive career out of his ability to brew the former. Now, he’s learning how… Read story

Lori Cano, owner of the new Poppy & Hawk retail shop in downtown Camas, straightens a stoneware coffee mug crafted by Hanselmann Pottery, a studio out of Corrales, N.M., on Aug. 26.

‘Southwest meets Pacific Northwest’ in Camas shop

Lori Cano, owner of the new Poppy & Hawk retail shop in downtown Camas, straightens a stoneware coffee mug crafted by Hanselmann Pottery, a studio out of Corrales, N.M., on Aug. 26.

September 8, 2021, 6:02am Business

CAMAS — Lori Cano always dreamed of owning her own business. Read story

Swimmers join a stand-up paddleboarder as they gather to beat the extreme heat at Lacamas Park on Monday afternoon, June 28, 2021.

Camas threatened with lawsuit over lake

Swimmers join a stand-up paddleboarder as they gather to beat the extreme heat at Lacamas Park on Monday afternoon, June 28, 2021.

August 29, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

CAMAS — Threats of a lawsuit have put a damper on the Lacamas Creek Watershed Committee, an ad hoc group created in 2020 to investigate and advise the city of Camas on water quality topics related to the Lacamas Creek Watershed and the city’s Lacamas, Round and Fallen Leaf lakes. Read story

A GoFundMe to help Washougal physician assistant Scott Miller pay for legal fees  has raised nearly $30,000. Miller is the subject of 13 complaints filed with the Washington Medical Commission.

State investigates after 13 complaints against Washougal physician assistant

A GoFundMe to help Washougal physician assistant Scott Miller pay for legal fees  has raised nearly $30,000. Miller is the subject of 13 complaints filed with the Washington Medical Commission.

August 21, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

CAMAS — A state medical commission charged with ensuring physicians and physician assistants provide quality health care to Washingtonians has received more than a dozen complaints involving a Washougal pediatric health care provider who has railed against distance-learning and students wearing masks inside schools during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read story

Visitors to the 2019 Washougal Art Festival browse the wares at a booth. This year's festival is Saturday in Reflection Plaza.

Washougal Art Festival returns in person to Reflection Plaza on Saturday

Visitors to the 2019 Washougal Art Festival browse the wares at a booth. This year's festival is Saturday in Reflection Plaza.

August 12, 2021, 6:03am Clark County Life

After going virtual last year due to the pandemic, the Washougal Art Festival is back in person on Saturday. Read story

The Washougal River Greenway trail, featuring this wide bridge across the Washougal River.

Camas survey: More walking/biking trails, please

The Washougal River Greenway trail, featuring this wide bridge across the Washougal River.

August 9, 2021, 6:44pm Clark County News

An overwhelming majority of people who responded to a recent survey about the future of Camas’ parks, recreational activities and open spaces felt very strongly that those amenities are critical to the city’s quality of life. Read story

Acorn & the Oak's house cocktails are $14.

Lakeside dining: Acorn & the Oak dining room opens for service in Camas

Acorn & the Oak's house cocktails are $14.

August 6, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

Janessa and Chuck Stoltz spent a year renovating the 1936 structure that formerly housed the Lakeside Chalet on Lacamas Lake to create Acorn & the Oak. Then the pandemic hit. The restaurant finally opened for service on Mother’s Day. With COVID-19 restaurant limits lifted, this chic spot on the lake… Read story

A love letter to New York City's skater street culture of the 1980s and 1990s, "All the Streets Are Silent" features music, interviews and fabulous skateboarding feats.

Clark County’s indie theaters hot in August

A love letter to New York City's skater street culture of the 1980s and 1990s, "All the Streets Are Silent" features music, interviews and fabulous skateboarding feats.

August 5, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

‘My, my, my! Such a lot of guns around town and so few brains!” Read story

Chase Sexton adds some flair to the jump at Turn 18 on his way to victory in the 450 class Moto 1 at the Washougal National on Saturday, July 24, 2021 at Washougal MX Park. Chase Sexton won the 450 class and Jeremy Martin was victor of the 250 class in the seventh round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships.

Sexton, Martin win Washougal MX pro motocross races

Chase Sexton adds some flair to the jump at Turn 18 on his way to victory in the 450 class Moto 1 at the Washougal National on Saturday, July 24, 2021 at Washougal MX Park. Chase Sexton won the 450 class and Jeremy Martin was victor of the 250 class in the seventh round of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championships.

July 24, 2021, 8:02pm Clark County Sports

Chase Sexton of La Moille, Ill., and Jeremy Martin of Millville, Minn., finished atop the podium at the 2021 Washougal MX Pro National on Saturday at Washougal MX Park. Read story