Isabelle Domenech joined journalism as a way to write important stories that impact our community, and to meet new people. Izzy, as she likes to be called, likes to tell stories because when times are down, she hopes some stories will be able to “bring little pockets of happiness to people who are having a […]
Camas High School Senior Will Hansen became a Camasonian writer because he loves to write and spread the news. Hansen received a recommendation from his sophomore English teacher to join Journalism. He also knew his friend and basketball teammate, Chase Muro, who was in journalism at the time. Hansen decided to forecast for the class […]
This is a letter to the editor from former Editor-in-Chief Trevor Hunt: Why does it matter? The importance of getting involved. Every day I deal with apathetic, uninterested, and disengaged people. Every day I am frustrated by other people’s lack of concern for issues affecting their community. Every day, I am expected to answer a […]
Ella Neumann, a senior at Camas High School, has a goal for her senior project: she wants to impact CHS in a positive, inspiring way. So, she is setting up a time and place for teachers and students to meet up and learn yoga. Ella, as well as some guest teachers, will lead the sessions. […]
The One:World program in the Camas School District means each student has their own Chromebook starting this year. So far, the program is off to a productive start; however, not everyone is on board. School district leaders announced the initiative, funded by the technology levy, last year. It cost more than $1,000,000, and around 5400 […]
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