Joe Kortum, who led Southwest Washington Medical Center for eight years and who served as CEO of the Columbia Network of PeaceHealth for two years, announces he will retire
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He joins picket line at port, donates $10,000
Fusao Ohori, a Japanese union leader who'd flown from Tokyo to support locked-out union dockworkers in Vancouver and Portland, leaned in Friday to answer a reporter's questions when the gray van, its windows obscured, suddenly reappeared at the metal gate.
Expert says oil leaks not a major worry
In the past two years, crude oil has become the top problem in terms of hazardous materials seeping from rail cars as trains haul commodities across U.S. and Canadian railroads, a federal official told the Port of Vancouver on Tuesday.
Quay event underscores challenges residents face
Braden Lewallen, 22, wants a job, and he's not shy about it.
Reports focus on performance of finance department
As a local government with a mission to create jobs, the Port of Vancouver counts both taxpayers and businesses as investors, handling millions of dollars connected to a variety of transportation and other projects.
Despite success, Vancouver-based company strives to improve
Barrett Business Services Inc. is on a roll.
Jobless rate 10%; underemployment rate likely 20%
Although Clark County's economy is slowly on the mend, its workers still show the bruises of the worst crash since the Great Depression.
Vancouver, port leaders urge labor group, terminal operators to end battle
More than three months in, the standoff between union dockworkers and United Grain Corp. at the Port of Vancouver shows no signs of letting up, even as Vancouver political leaders urge both parties to end the bitter battle.
Group is locked in labor dispute with company
Hospital nurses locked in a labor dispute with PeaceHealth in Bellingham brought their concerns to the company’s Vancouver headquarters Wednesday, protesting management cost-cutting proposals they say will hurt nurses and the patients they serve.