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East County: Camas & Washougal

Columbia Springs garners support of 100 Women Who Care Clark County

January 29, 2022, 5:04am Community

Members of 100 Women Who Care Clark County presented $3,500 to Columbia Springs on Dec. 1, at their first in-person meeting for many months. Read story

Foster care supply drive a success

January 22, 2022, 5:18am Community

Jan. 13 marked the final day of the Foster Care Supply Drive of SW Washington, a community resource project spearheaded by Jeannine Mills. Read story

COVID-19 cases continue to rise among students and teachers in districts around Clark County.

COVID keeps rising in Clark County schools

COVID-19 cases continue to rise among students and teachers in districts around Clark County.

January 19, 2022, 7:26pm Clark County Health

Reported COVID-19 cases in Clark County schools are continuing to rise dramatically, following last week’s trend. Read story

Ryan Hickey, operations specialist with the city of Camas, shows where damage had previously been located on a World War II memorial for mill workers in Camas. The memorial is being moved to the city's Crown Park.

World War II memorial in Camas moving to Crown Park

Ryan Hickey, operations specialist with the city of Camas, shows where damage had previously been located on a World War II memorial for mill workers in Camas. The memorial is being moved to the city's Crown Park.

January 12, 2022, 5:47pm Clark County News

Camas’ Crown Park will soon showcase a memorial honoring 22 Camas paper mill employees who lost their lives serving in the armed forces during World War II. Read story

A school bus passes a speed limit sign near the intersection of Northeast 18th Street and 172nd Avenue on Friday afternoon.

COVID-19 cases soar in Clark County schools

A school bus passes a speed limit sign near the intersection of Northeast 18th Street and 172nd Avenue on Friday afternoon.

January 12, 2022, 5:24pm Clark County Health

Reported COVID-19 cases in Clark County school districts have rapidly increased since students and staff returned from winter break last week. Read story

Cliff Blackburn and Brandy deliver The Columbian in July 1976 somewhere in east Clark County. At top, Phouthong Bonglamphone, left, and Tuy Khounphachansy used a wheelbarrow to deliver newspapers in December 1985 because their bicycles were stolen.

Former Columbian carriers recall fond memories of working after school for Clark County customers

Cliff Blackburn and Brandy deliver The Columbian in July 1976 somewhere in east Clark County. At top, Phouthong Bonglamphone, left, and Tuy Khounphachansy used a wheelbarrow to deliver newspapers in December 1985 because their bicycles were stolen.

January 11, 2022, 6:01am Business

They carried the newspapers in bags, on dogs and horses and in wheelbarrows, and flung them over the handlebars of their bikes. They dealt with harsh weather and snapping dogs but also felt customers’ kindness, especially around Christmas. Read story

WASHOUGAL: Local students illustrate their ideas for their futures through the Roots and Wings art project. One shoe represents their foundation and the other their goals.

‘Roots and Wings’ inspires Washougal kids

WASHOUGAL: Local students illustrate their ideas for their futures through the Roots and Wings art project. One shoe represents their foundation and the other their goals.

January 9, 2022, 5:14am Community

Jemtegaard Middle School eighth-grade art student Aubrey Timmons recognizes that playing softball is an important foundation in her life. She aspires to someday create and illustrate characters for Pixar Studios. Read story

A vacant 50-by-100-foot lot owned by the city of Camas on Northeast Fifth Avenue between Northeast Franklin and Northeast Garfield streets is poised to become a community garden next year.

Community garden coming to Camas

A vacant 50-by-100-foot lot owned by the city of Camas on Northeast Fifth Avenue between Northeast Franklin and Northeast Garfield streets is poised to become a community garden next year.

December 29, 2021, 5:19pm Business

Downtown Camas is one step closer to having a new community garden, thanks to a partnership between the city and a local entrepreneur. Read story

Filet mignon is on the menu for Acorn & The Oak's $150-per-person prix fixe dinners on Dec. 30 and 31.

Clark County restaurants offer options for reveling on New Year’s Eve

Filet mignon is on the menu for Acorn & The Oak's $150-per-person prix fixe dinners on Dec. 30 and 31.

December 24, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Business

Several restaurants will host New Year’s Eve gatherings this year, good news for those who are ready to venture out after being stuck at home. Whether you’re an extrovert seeking to show off a glittery gown and fancy face mask, or a parent who can’t find a babysitter, you’ve got… Read story

Sarah Folden, a member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, created the Washougal Learning Academy's new logo with a Coast Salish design style originating from 3,000-year-old relief carvings found in the area.

Washougal Learning Academy, Cowlitz Tribe team up to design school mascot, logo

Sarah Folden, a member of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe, created the Washougal Learning Academy's new logo with a Coast Salish design style originating from 3,000-year-old relief carvings found in the area.

December 19, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

When the Washougal Learning Academy leaders decided to select a school mascot and logo last summer, they wanted the chosen symbol to represent more than the academy itself. They wanted it to be, in their words, “something special.” Read story