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How CHS Is Celebrating Mother’s Day

The annual Mother’s Day celebration is just around the corner, taking place this Sunday. Students and teachers alike share what their plans are to appreciate the mothers in their lives.  CHS student, Elijah Dunlop shares that they have simple plans. He said he’s “Just taking my mom out to eat.” Other students are keeping it […]


Celebrating the Holidays During The Pandemic

With the holidays right around the corner, families are figuring out ways to celebrate while following COVID-19 safety guidelines. Due to the global pandemic, it is hard to keep certain traditions alive this year. Some staff members and students at Camas high school have shared what they are looking forward to doing this holiday season, […]

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Holiday Events in the Northwest

Each and every year many events take place during this jolly time to commemorate the spirits of holiday cheer. Here are a handful of events taking place in the Northwest. On the first Friday of December, The City of Camas will host and organize a holiday community event. Hometown Holidays includes the downtown tree lighting, […]

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Celebrating Halloween in Camas

All Hallow’s Eve originated with the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain where people would light bonfires and wear costumes to ward off ghosts. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated Nov. 1 as a time to honor all saints, known and unknown. The evening before was known as All Hallows Eve, and later Halloween. […]

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What to Watch for Winter Break

While some students may hit the road this holiday season, others may be settling in for a nice winter ‘stay-cation’. For those staying home, the best way to pass the time is by grabbing a cup of hot cocoa and a blanket and turning on the television to watch classic winter movies. It might be […]

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What To Do Over Winter Break

Since Winter Break is right around the corner, many students and families are beginning to plan what to do with their free time. There are many things to do that do not involve leaving the comfort of the house or even spending money. Activities can range from catching up on scholarships and homework to finding […]

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Winter Events: A Wish List

Now that the holiday season is in full swing, many people are adding a number of events to their winter activities wish list. There are many holiday events to see and enjoy here in the Pacific Northwest. Some include millions of lights sparkling on every surface; others depict scenes of Christmas traditions. Here are a […]

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A Veteran’s Tale

As students prepare to have an extra day off school, the nation prepares to honor its veterans on Friday, November 10, Veteran’s Day. The Camasonian would like to take this opportunity to share the story of a local veteran to Camas, Bobby Derricotte. Here is his story as a veteran, in his own words: “I […]