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Papermaker Sports: Camas Girls Soccer, Boy’s Golf, Volleyball Win Events Monday

Camas High School athletic teams won their respective events in Girls soccer, Boy’s golf and Volleyball on Monday. Here are the details. Camas Girls Soccer  JV: Kelso 0-Camas 4 Emme Nieto, Brooklyn Jardine (Ella Tenant), Pyper Wise-Cruz (Tenant), Jardine. Riley Hodson 3 Saves Varsity: Kelso 0-Camas 4: Lily Loughney (Maya Parman), Madeline Johnson, Bella Burns, Anna Mooney […]

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BIA of Clark County: 35,000+ Families Will Be Priced Out of Homes This Year

Vancouver, WA – The Building Industry Association of Clark County (BIA) estimates that 35,605 Clark County families will be priced-out of purchasing a home in 2021. This estimate comes from the newest version of a study conducted by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). The study states that for each $1,000 increase in the cost of median-priced […]

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Camas School Board Report: CHS To Begin Hybrid In-Class Learning March 8

Camas, WA — Camas School District (CSD) Superintendent Dr. Jeff Snell said schools continue to open up to in-class learning as COVID-19 cases numbers continue to drop across Clark County. The public also learned CSD is facing a $3.5 million shortfall this fiscal year. “Clark County Health Department will release the latest COVID-19 data for […]

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Camas High School Sports To Resume February 22 After 11-Month Hiatus

Camas, WA — Camas High School Athletic Director, Rory Oster, announced today that Papermaker sports events will resume Monday, February 22 after an 11-plus month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. “With sporting events/games starting on Monday, please be aware of the spectator guidelines with regards to each sport,” Oster said. GSHL Spectator Update by […]

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Clark County COVID-19 Activity Rate Continues To Fall, Now At Moderate Level

Vancouver, WA — Clark County’s COVID-19 activity rate declined again this week, down to 209.8 cases per 100,000, according to Clark County Public Health. Last week, the rate was 262.2 cases per 100,000. “Keep up the good work, Clark County,” the health department said in a statement. “Let’s continue to wear face coverings, maintain physical […]

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Education: Washougal Students In Contest To Name New CTE Food Truck

Washougal, WA — What’s in a name?  That is food for thought for Washougal School District students who have been challenged to submit name ideas for the district’s new Career and Technical Education (CTE) food truck. The food truck was purchased last spring by the WSD CTE Department with the goal to create project-based learning opportunities and eventually a student-led […]

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Special Election 2021: Camas School Levies Pass With Healthy Margins

Camas, WA — Voters in Camas passed two education replacement levies  — the Educational Programs & Operations (EP&O) levy and the Technology capital levy — by healthy margins Tuesday, according to unofficial results from Clark County Elections. Proposition 4 passed with 53 percent of the vote, and Proposition 5 passed with 55 percent. Both three-year levies […]