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BLM Protests Sparked over Daunte Wright’s Murder Shake The Community

After the massive BLM protests and riots that started after George Floyd’s death on May 25th, 2020, many thought the worst was over, but more events continued to occur. On April 11th, 2021 only ten miles away from the courthouse where Dereck Chauvin’s trial took place, Daunte Wright was fatally shot during a traffic stop […]

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Jaime Herrera Beutler’s Plan To Impact The Community

In 2020 many important elections happened throughout the country, including the race for congresswoman of Southwest Washington. The incumbent, Jaime Herrera Beutler, won the election against Carolyn Long by around 52 percent, a close election in a year full of division. Beutler spoke to The Camasonian on how she will unite the community and have […]

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Election Fallout In The Community

Adults and teens throughout the Camas community have expressed strong opinions about the election. The delayed process of counting the votes was a worrying and stressful time for many people. Although the community has very different reactions to former Vice President Joe Biden being announced the President-elect by most news sources, Camas High School teachers […]

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Biden’s COVID-19 Plan and How It Affects Clark County

With former Vice-President Joe Biden becoming president-elect and COVID-19 cases surging in America, the shift in planning has caused uncertainty among the general public. This new shift paired with the steady rise of cases in Clark County has caused many to worry about what is next and how it will affect them directly. Looking at […]

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CHS Students React to the Upcoming Election

The 2020 Presidential race is one of the most controversial and most important races in recent history. A select few Camas High School students will have the ability to vote this year in the Presidential Election, while a majority of students are not eligible. Whether students can or cannot vote, it has not stopped them […]

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Proposed Bond Could Bring Major Change

Since last July, Camas residents have not stopped discussing the $78 million bond levy on the ballot for the November election. The bond would fund a new aquatics center, the renovation of three existing sports fields, and other roadside construction projects. Constructing an aquatics center in Camas has been in discussion for three decades, but […]

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LunchBox Talks

Dozens of students at Camas High School are working together, putting in long hours, and bringing big names to campus all in the name of equality. The DECA Girls Represent club at CHS is hosting a series of “LunchBox Talks” in which female guest speakers are invited to campus to talk about issues facing women […]

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A Fight Over Funding

Prepare for a strike. That is what the Camas School District teachers’ union, the Camas Education Association (CEA), voted to approve. For students, it means, at least at this point, school will not start as scheduled on Tuesday, September 4. During the bargaining meeting on August 26, Camas School District (CSD) leaders suggested contacting the […]