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Get your fill of Easter fun: Have an egg-citing time at Clark County egg hunts

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April 10, 2022, 6:02am Clark County Life

If spring is your thing, then this is an especially good season to celebrate. It’s been a long, dismal winter on many counts, but nature has continued on its optimistic course, nursing bulbs and buds that are now bursting into flower. The daffodils remind us that it’s time for hope… Read story

A restored section of Gibbons Creek at Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge is pictured Oct. 13.

$31M Steigerwald restoration project winding down

A restored section of Gibbons Creek at Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge is pictured Oct. 13.

April 9, 2022, 3:57pm Clark County News

As a three-year, $31 million restoration project once described as “the largest the lower Columbia River has seen” wraps up at Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge this spring, visitors will again be able to enjoy the wild beauty of the Washougal-area refuge. Read story

CAMAS: Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $4,000 to the Camas Educational Foundation on Feb.

100 Women Who Care Clark County present donation to the Camas Educational Foundation

CAMAS: Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $4,000 to the Camas Educational Foundation on Feb.

April 9, 2022, 5:11am Community

Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $4,000 to the Camas Educational Foundation on Feb. 23 at their first meeting of 2022. Read story

CAMAS: Local teen and owner of Camas Typewriter Co.

Camas Typewriter Co. sees business boom

CAMAS: Local teen and owner of Camas Typewriter Co.

April 9, 2022, 5:09am Community

The Columbian recently published a Working in Clark County story featuring local high school sophomore Benjamin Hromadka, who runs his own typewriter repair and restoration business, Camas Typewriter Co. Read story

Doug Kreuzer, Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership restoration ecologist, joins Alvey Seeyouma, a member of the Hopi tribe also working with the partnership, as they plant wapato in the cold, muddy area along Gibbons Creek at Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge on Monday afternoon. At top, Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership principal restoration ecologist Curtis Helm holds wapato. The native plant once was an important part of local diets.

Steigerwald Lake refuge to reopen May 1

Doug Kreuzer, Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership restoration ecologist, joins Alvey Seeyouma, a member of the Hopi tribe also working with the partnership, as they plant wapato in the cold, muddy area along Gibbons Creek at Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge on Monday afternoon. At top, Lower Columbia Estuary Partnership principal restoration ecologist Curtis Helm holds wapato. The native plant once was an important part of local diets.

April 2, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

After two years of waiting, Clark County residents will soon be able to enjoy the outdoors again at Steigerwald Lake National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is slated to reopen to visitors on May 1. Read story

Washington State University's Pullman campus glows on its hill.

Sexual assault cases at WSU highlight gaps in how colleges respond to misconduct

Washington State University's Pullman campus glows on its hill.

March 14, 2022, 6:05am Latest News

Content advisory: This story contains descriptions of sexual assault. Resources for survivors are available here. Read story

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 Drivers flow through a newly constructed traffic roundabout at Northeast Everett Street and Lake Road in Camas on March 9, 2021.

Camas, Washougal eye safer roads, intersections

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 Drivers flow through a newly constructed traffic roundabout at Northeast Everett Street and Lake Road in Camas on March 9, 2021.

March 13, 2022, 6:04am Clark County News

The cities of Camas and Washougal are seeking grant funding from the state to improve dangerous roadways and intersections in their east Clark County communities. Read story

Camas Lions Club President Brian Scott presents Washougal Community Library Branch Manager Rachael Ries with a $1,001 check to help fund the new library building.

Camas Lions Club Foundation donates to library fund

Camas Lions Club President Brian Scott presents Washougal Community Library Branch Manager Rachael Ries with a $1,001 check to help fund the new library building.

March 13, 2022, 5:35am Community

The Camas Lions Club Foundation has made a $1,001 contribution to the Washougal Community Library Building Fund, according to an announcement by the Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation. Read story

Nick Swinhart, Camas-Washougal fire chief (The Columbian files)

Camas-Washougal fire chief Swinhart resigns

Nick Swinhart, Camas-Washougal fire chief (The Columbian files)

March 11, 2022, 3:28pm Clark County News

Camas-Washougal’s fire chief, Nick Swinhart, who has lobbied over the past few years for funding to help shore up staffing shortages that have forced many firefighters to work 60 hours a week, resigned unexpectedly this week. Read story

Washougal High School students earn credit as part of Worksite Learning program

February 13, 2022, 5:12am Community

Around 20 Washougal High School students are participating in the Worksite Learning program that connects the knowledge and skills students learn in Career and Technical Education classrooms with what they learn in the workplace. Read story