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Washington’s 2030 Clean Car Initiative

The State of Washington has started a wave of clean and green living many pushing for a lower carbon footprint for our state. The most recent push is moving to the Clean Cars 2030 initiative in Washington this is in part due to the largest carbon emissions being vehicle emissions (Washington State Department of Ecology). […]

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New COVID-19 Guidelines Recap

With the onset of winter break, everyone is overjoyed to be able to spend a couple of weeks off. Whether it is skiing down Mt. Hood or watching Christmas movies non-stop until New Years’, many people will be spending these two weeks with friends and family. A month ago, Governor Inslee announced several new safety […]

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Everyone has a Story: Danny Macias

Camas High School Senior Danny Macias joined journalism because she was recommended by one of her former English teachers. She said, “My teacher at the time, Tom Sawyer nominated me for journalism and thought I would be a good fit. I didn’t think so, but I went anyway.” Macias cares about telling stories because she […]

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Referendum 90 in Camas Schools

Election day is over, and one particular measure will affect students and health teachers all across Washington state for years to come. Referendum 90 is a ballot measure that was approved on November 3, 2020, by Washington state voters. R-90 requires all schools to provide Comprehensive Sexual Health Education (CSHE) by the 2022-2023 school year. […]

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Senior College Season

As September ends and October begins, seniors are leaving school to be brought in by colleges for tours. Gabe Mukobi has found himself between many colleges in the past six weeks. Being flown to Rice University in Houston, Texas and this week and Columbia University in New York City. “Stanford is still my number one,” […]