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Andy Doty, a computer numerical control machinist at Sigma Design, makes a set of screws on a lathe.

Camas’ Sigma has designs on a productive future

Andy Doty, a computer numerical control machinist at Sigma Design, makes a set of screws on a lathe.

July 7, 2019, 6:00am Business

Clients, vendors, friends and employees’ families poured through the front door of Sigma Design on a rainy Thursday afternoon at the end of June. Read story

A motorist passes by an electric vehicle charging station at the Walmart store in Hazel Dell. Electrify America and Walmart have installed electric vehicle charging stations at Walmart stores across Washington, including this one in Vancouver. This effort is part of a broader plan to develop a coast-to-coast EV charging network, which would make Walmart one of the largest retail hosts of EV charging stations across the United States.

Hazel Dell Walmart 1 of 120 with new electric-vehicle charging stations

A motorist passes by an electric vehicle charging station at the Walmart store in Hazel Dell. Electrify America and Walmart have installed electric vehicle charging stations at Walmart stores across Washington, including this one in Vancouver. This effort is part of a broader plan to develop a coast-to-coast EV charging network, which would make Walmart one of the largest retail hosts of EV charging stations across the United States.

July 3, 2019, 7:20pm Business

Independence Day means freedom and that includes freedom to drive, a lot. Read story

Devon Laverne, a 2018 graduate from Mountain View High School in Evergreen District, works in the laser mark department at SEH America in Vancouver.

Southwest Washington High Tech Council targets education

Devon Laverne, a 2018 graduate from Mountain View High School in Evergreen District, works in the laser mark department at SEH America in Vancouver.

June 30, 2019, 6:02am Business

When it formed, the Southwest Washington High Tech Council seemed to have two goals in mind: Improving transportation and grabbing a megaphone. Read story

Bill McMahon, former Nautilus Inc. chief operating officer, left, talks about the company with Sid Nayar, chief financial officer, who is leaving the company.

Nautilus chief financial officer Nayar resigns

Bill McMahon, former Nautilus Inc. chief operating officer, left, talks about the company with Sid Nayar, chief financial officer, who is leaving the company.

June 21, 2019, 5:20pm Business

Sid Nayar, chief financial officer of Nautilus since 2014, has resigned, the Vancouver-based exercise equipment brand announced Friday. Read story

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver.

PeaceHealth, Mercy team for new housing

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver.

June 21, 2019, 4:37pm Business

PeaceHealth and nonprofit developer Mercy Housing Northwest announced a plan Friday to build 72 units of affordable family housing near the hospital. Read story

Arktana owner Ann Matthews opened her store in Camas in 2014.

Camas shoe store Arktana to open Felida shop

Arktana owner Ann Matthews opened her store in Camas in 2014.

June 21, 2019, 5:59am Business

Conventional wisdom says selling consumer goods like footwear is a task better left for a gargantuan website. Lower overhead costs and competitive pricing are two of the main reasons. Read story

Construction got underway this week on a 121-space parking lot at the southeast corner of Sixth and Grant streets west of Vancouver City Hall.

121-space lot coming soon to downtown Vancouver

Construction got underway this week on a 121-space parking lot at the southeast corner of Sixth and Grant streets west of Vancouver City Hall.

June 20, 2019, 6:00am Business

Construction got underway this week on a 121-space parking lot near a downtown intersection that figures to be busy this summer with building activity. Read story

A developer is proposing a multifamily development with 109 residential units at 2715 E. Sixth St. in Vancouver.

109-unit project planned by Pearson

A developer is proposing a multifamily development with 109 residential units at 2715 E. Sixth St. in Vancouver.

June 15, 2019, 6:03am Business

A 109-unit development on a parcel northeast of Pearson Field would have 25 condominiums and 84 apartments, under a plan submitted to the city of Vancouver. Read story

Vintage at Vancouver at 9001 N.E. 54th St. was built after 2001 with a boost of government-backed money.

Affordable seniors unit not immune from rent increases

Vintage at Vancouver at 9001 N.E. 54th St. was built after 2001 with a boost of government-backed money.

June 13, 2019, 6:06am Business

Vintage at Vancouver Senior Apartment Homes residents in recent years can expect envelopes placed on ledges outside their units toward the end of May. The envelopes contain the rate increases that will take effect in July. Read story

15 West apartments at 410 W. Mill Plain Blvd., were completed in 2017.

How rents stack up in Vancouver versus Portland

15 West apartments at 410 W. Mill Plain Blvd., were completed in 2017.

June 9, 2019, 6:04am Business

Economic indicator reports arrive regularly in a newsroom. Read story