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Where Are They Now?: Caden Koranda

Many who know former Papermaker, Caden Koranda, understand that he carries a bucket of wonderful characteristics around with him that seems to rub off on everyone he interacts with. Koranda has always been the type of person to go out of his way to assist others. After he graduated in June of 2020, he made […]

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Military Connection at CHS

Each year, thousands of graduating seniors leave high school and head straight into the military. From school leaders to a number of current students at CHS, the military plays a major role in how people’s lives are shaped, both in the past and as they look ahead to their future. In 2003, Camas High School […]

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We Have Visitors!

Lately, there has been a lot of controversy around schools and visitors, here are some ways Camas keeps our high school safe from child predators; “We have to put any potential predators onto a schedule in addition to what the meeting is for and who all is coming, all visitors have to go through the […]

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Memorial Day

Memorial Day is not Veteran’s Day. Memorial Day, originally called Decoration Day, is a day of remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America. But now, too many people “celebrate” the day without more than a casual thought to the purpose and meaning of the day. How do we […]

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A Day of Honor

Honoring Veterans in the Community: Seven continents, 196 countries, but only one United States of America. What makes this place different? What makes it special? Freedom. From the beginning, our Founding Fathers wanted Liberty and Freedom for all. The Declaration of Independence acknowledges our freedom, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men […]