Inside The Reopenings Of Local Camas Restaurants

Due to the recent loosening of COVID-19 restrictions in Washington state, restaurants in downtown Camas have started reopening indoor dining and services. They are now allowed to seat customers in the building as opposed to outdoors in tarps or covered-up areas. Popular restaurants such as Grains of Wrath and Nuestra Mesa have been seating customers […]

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Gratitude In The Age Of COVID

Camas went into quarantine about one year ago. In mid-March of 2020, Camas High School students entered a period of uncertainty, with many not sure what was going to happen or when students could enter school again. One year later, quarantine is still present in Camas High School, and after a short two days of […]

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BHM Op-Ed: Amanda Gorman

If you are not aware of the name Amanda Gorman by now, you will be soon. Gorman is a 22-year-old up-and-coming political activist and poet that performed at President Joe Biden’s inauguration this last January and at Super Bowl LV earlier this month. On top of those two outstanding achievements, she has performed her poetry […]

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The Move To CHS: Lydia And Callum Brown

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way students and staff live their lives quite a bit. Amidst the American economy fluctuating nearly daily, many families have been moved around America due to job location changes, financial situations, and countless other reasons. Callum and Lydia Brown are both victims of this drastic change, forced to move […]

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Upcoming Levy Vote

This coming February, Camas voters will have an opportunity to vote on two levies that would maintain current funding levels for the school district. The first levy is the Maintenance and Operations Replacement which funds teacher positions, smaller classrooms, textbooks, extracurricular activities, security, janitorial services, school nurses, technology support, accelerated programs, and school libraries. The […]

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New Roundabout Strikes Debate

Construction of a roundabout at the intersection of Lake and Everett is taking place to improve traffic flow, cutting down the wait time at the intersection. However, debate about the project is taking place among nearby residents on whether it will actually benefit traffic. As heavy traffic has been a problem at the intersection, interest […]

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Camas Ranked

This year Camas High School was ranked as the 17th best high school in Washington out of 656 schools. It was also ranked as 1,145th best high school in the nation. This national high school ranking system is done by the people from the US News. They base their rankings off of many different criteria, […]

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TEDx Camas; Spreading New and Innovative Ideas

TEDx is an organization made up of local, self-organized events that bring people together to discuss many different topics in a different way than people would in an everyday setting. These events include live speakers to spark discussions in a small group setting. This year at CHS, three students created a new, TED-certified club dedicated […]