By SHELBY SEBENS for The Columbian
June 23, 2015 6 a.m.
Opening an art supply store in Vancouver lingered in the back of Erin Dengerink's mind while she worked toward her master's degree. When gallery space opened in the Vancouver Arts District, that dream became a reality.
The detailed environmental review of a proposed oil transfer terminal in Vancouver won’t be published until late November, according to a schedule submitted today to the state panel evaluating the project.
Cindy Greear and her husband, Ralph, own five acres of lush gardens in Ridgefield that feature a pond, gazebo and a big red party barn. They offer Lucy's Garden Winery for weddings, family or class reunions, graduation parties or business networking functions. "Making memories and making friends are the most important things you can do in your personal and professional life," Cindy says.
Proponents of building the nation's largest rail-to-marine oil transfer terminal at the Port of Vancouver will be allowed to intervene in a lawsuit that accuses the port of unlawfully cloaking parts of the lease.
Consultants to the Port of Vancouver on Thursday rolled out numerous different design concepts for rejuvenating the port's 13-acre Terminal 1 waterfront property. The concepts ranged from putting green roofs on terraced buildings and installing a traffic-calming corridor to creating a specialized retail market and merging blocks to generate a campus setting.
A Clark County Superior Court judge has ruled against a petition to recall from office Port of Vancouver Commissioner Brian Wolfe, saying the charges leveled against Wolfe weren't enough to allow the petition to move forward.
WASHINGTON — AT&T Mobility has been slapped with a record $100 million fine for offering consumers "unlimited" data, but then slowing their Internet speeds after they reached a certain amount. The company says it will fight the charges.
BNSF Railway must reinstate a Vancouver-based train conductor who was injured in 2010 and pay the conductor $536,063 in back pay, damages and attorney's fees, based on a federal investigation which found the railroad retaliated against the unnamed employee after he reported a knee injury, the U.S. Department of Labor said Wednesday.
A 2.3-acre grassy field that was used for occasional helicopter landings and Easter Egg hunts is fast becoming the site for Vancouver's largest solar panel array, thanks to Clark Public Utilities customers who chipped in $100 or more to pay for the solar power demonstration project.