People at conference in Vancouver heard that message, then saw how it plays out here
A long-vacant lot near Esther Short Park is a place of pride for downtown Vancouver boosters.
It would house aviation, cosmetology programs, if legislators OK $7.15M
The Clark County Skills Center is preparing to add a new building to its campus to house both its cosmetology program and a new program to train students for jobs in the aviation industry, in anticipation of $7.15 million in state construction dollars.
Fitness company reported $5.2 million in income
Many years ago I ran into an old high school buddy while on a camping trip with my family. We spent an evening over a campfire talking about where our lives had taken us in the years since we'd parted ways.
Turnaround capped by strong 4th quarter
Vancouver-based Riverview Bancorp Inc., parent of Riverview Community Bank, ended its quarter and its fiscal year in positive earnings territory, showing continuing reductions in troubled loans and a steady decline in bank-owned real estate.
Youth get exposure to science, technology, engineering, math
Sponsors of STEM Fest, a three-day event scheduled for this fall that aims to expose Southwest Washington students to science, technology, engineering and math fields, are looking for businesses to open their doors to students during the festival.
Showcase at WSUV draws in companies, teachers, students
On a gorgeous afternoon with snow-capped mountains on full display, Washington State University Vancouver's engineering faculty and students played host to leaders of some of Clark County's most innovative engineering and technical firms, launching a new series of events aimed at building connections between businesses and community resources.
Research, testing would be done at six Central Washington sites
A consortium of Washington business, research, and job development organizations will submit a proposal for development of a research and testing facility for unmanned aircraft systems that would encompass six central Washington locations, with the Grant County International Airport in Moses Lake as its hub.
Alisa Pyszka, Vancouver's economic development division manager since 2008, will leave the city next month to work for Greater Portland Inc., a public-private partnership that promotes business across seven counties in the Portland-Vancouver area.
Immersive Media recently moved its headquarters from Portland
If you've ever clicked on Google's "Street View" feature, you've seen the work of Immersive Media.