Author draws on insights from his four decades in private practice
Vancouver clinical psychologist and author Al Bernstein uses humor to deal with pain, knowing there's too much pain and too little humor in many workplaces.
Farmers expect the unexpected when it comes to weather, prices, and even politics that affect international markets.
Clark County PubTalk will host its annual business pitch competition — one of the most popular events in the entrepreneurial networking series — on Tuesday, June 18 at the Fort Vancouver Artillery Barracks.
It wouldn't be a good idea to procrastinate this year on buying local strawberries for jam or preserves.
Memorial Day is a day to remember our war dead, and we do a good job of that in Vancouver with an annual service at the Vancouver Barracks and other remembrances. It's also a good time to consider the challenges facing veterans returning home from military service to face the challenge of finding a job.
Suggestions for investing in good times, bad
We've been here before: The stock market is booming, and it feels like a good time to pump money into investments for retirement or college savings.
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.