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8 Clark County School Districts Recommend Full Remote Learning This Fall

CLARK COUNTY, WA – The superintendents of eight Clark County school districts are recommending to their school boards that a return to school this fall should happen through an improved version of remote/distance learning. The recommendation is based on reviews of the latest health and science data on the Covid-19 virus, discussions with health department […]

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Public Invited to Be Part of ‘The Little Town That Does: These Are Our People …’

Camas, WA — Papermaker Pride, Lara Blair Photography and Lacamas Magazine are working together on a project called “The Little Town That Does: These Are Our People (Let’s Take Care of Them)” as a way to highlight positivity as our community continues to navigate the coronavirus pandemic. The purpose of this project is to bridge […]

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Inslee Issues Series of Rollback Orders on Several Businesses Statewide

OLYMPIA — Governor Jay Inslee announced Thursday a series of rollbacks and restrictions on bars, restaurants, fitness centers, weddings and funerals as new confirmed coronavirus cases continue to rise statewide. Here’s a breakdown of some of the changes: Weddings and funerals — Effective Aug. 6 Receptions are prohibited (ceremonies permitted) Occupancy is limited to 20 […]


WIAA Releases Modified 2020-21 Sports Season; Moves Football to Spring

RENTON, WA — Washington Interscholastic Athletic Association (WIAA) issued this statement Tuesday evening: The WIAA Executive Board took action on Tuesday to modify the 2020-21 WIAA sports season calendar in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The changes will create four WIAA-sanctioned seasons and will also move moderate- and high-risk team sports, originally scheduled for the […]