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This 117,415-square-foot industrial building, shown in a drawing, will be located on a 9-acre site formerly owned by the Port of Ridgefield.

Port of Ridgefield sells 9-acre site to developer

This 117,415-square-foot industrial building, shown in a drawing, will be located on a 9-acre site formerly owned by the Port of Ridgefield.

June 7, 2019, 5:11pm Business

Panattoni, a Newport Beach, Calif.-based international development company, has purchased 9 acres from the Port of Ridgefield and is constructing a light-industrial building on the land. Read story

Ship-builder Vigor is in the process of buying the former Vancouver headquarters and production facility of Christensen Shipyards.

Vigor cites due diligence in delay of plant launch

Ship-builder Vigor is in the process of buying the former Vancouver headquarters and production facility of Christensen Shipyards.

June 5, 2019, 6:05am Business

Work to transform the former Christensen yachts facility into a Vigor plant producing aluminum marine craft will likely start in late July or early August. Read story

Jacquelyn Scholtz, park guide at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, assists Bonnie Matz of Portland as she stops by the Visitors Center in January.

Report: Fort Vancouver visitors spent $64.9M

Jacquelyn Scholtz, park guide at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, assists Bonnie Matz of Portland as she stops by the Visitors Center in January.

June 1, 2019, 6:05am Business

A National Park Service report issued this week shows that 1.1 million visitors to Fort Vancouver National Historic Site in 2018 spent $64.9 million in communities near the park. Read story

ZOOM+Care names new CEO

May 28, 2019, 5:38pm Business

Torben Nielsen on Tuesday was named ZOOM+Care’s chief executive officer for the urgent care provider, the Portland-based company announced. Read story

Officers arrived at the scene at about 7:30 p.m. Friday.

People injured in 4-vehicle crash at Hwy 99 and NE 99th

Officers arrived at the scene at about 7:30 p.m. Friday.

May 25, 2019, 8:13am Clark County News

An undisclosed number of people were injured in a four-vehicle crash Friday night at the intersection of Highway 99 and Northeast 99th Street, the Clark County Sheriff's Office said. Read story

The exterior of The Uptown Apartments at 1700 Main St. in Vancouver in 2017.

Uptown Apartments in Vancouver sold

The exterior of The Uptown Apartments at 1700 Main St. in Vancouver in 2017.

May 23, 2019, 5:16pm Business

The Uptown Apartments, which opened early last year and became one of the brick-and-mortar symbols of Vancouver’s urban growth, has been sold. Read story

A construction worker scales the side of a structure while working on the Hotel Indigo and Kirkland Tower project at The Waterfront Vancouver.

Clark County’s job growth slowing, still strong

A construction worker scales the side of a structure while working on the Hotel Indigo and Kirkland Tower project at The Waterfront Vancouver.

May 23, 2019, 6:00am Business

Clark County’s unemployment rate was 5.2 percent in April, four-tenths of a point higher than a year ago and a tenth of a percentage point lower than March, the state Employment Security Department announced. Read story

Taylor Thompson of America the Beautiful Dreamer helps arrange a display of teak outdoor furniture while preparing for customers in the Sifton area.

Inslee signs sales tax bill; Vancouver business owners worry about effects

Taylor Thompson of America the Beautiful Dreamer helps arrange a display of teak outdoor furniture while preparing for customers in the Sifton area.

May 21, 2019, 6:28pm Business

With Clark County business advocacy groups and more than three dozen Republican legislators arrayed in opposition, Don Thompson held out hope. Read story

Danielle Reyes, left, helped grow the membership of Impactful Men NW along with Erika Laws, right, the founder and former executive director and president of Impactful Women NW, Impactful People NW and Impactful Men NW. This is one of dozens of photos on the organization’s Facebook page, many of them featuring Law who is under criminal investigation.

Vancouver networking group Impactful People NW ends with a crash

Danielle Reyes, left, helped grow the membership of Impactful Men NW along with Erika Laws, right, the founder and former executive director and president of Impactful Women NW, Impactful People NW and Impactful Men NW. This is one of dozens of photos on the organization’s Facebook page, many of them featuring Law who is under criminal investigation.

May 19, 2019, 6:01am Business

Impactful People NW board meetings have often been a mixture of business and frivolity. The April 15 meeting, however, was all business. Read story

Cowlitz Indian Tribe Chairman William Iyall, left, ilani President and General Manager Kara Fox-LaRose, and Cowlitz tribal member David Barnett cut a ribbon at the casino’s April 24, 2017 grand opening ceremony.

Suit, petition offer glimpse into Cowlitz tribal conflict

Cowlitz Indian Tribe Chairman William Iyall, left, ilani President and General Manager Kara Fox-LaRose, and Cowlitz tribal member David Barnett cut a ribbon at the casino’s April 24, 2017 grand opening ceremony.

May 17, 2019, 5:38pm Business

David Barnett, an early driving force behind the ilani casino at the Cowlitz Indian Reservation near Ridgefield, filed a lawsuit this week accusing the tribe’s public safety director of defamation. Read story