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Michelle Perez, a former Toys R Us employee, stands with a toy version of Geoffrey the Giraffe, the mascot for the longtime retail chain that was closed for good this summer.

Vancouver woman on the Toys R Us front lines

Michelle Perez, a former Toys R Us employee, stands with a toy version of Geoffrey the Giraffe, the mascot for the longtime retail chain that was closed for good this summer.

November 4, 2018, 6:00am Business

Michelle Perez of Vancouver worked four years in the Toys R Us at Jantzen Beach and she loved her job. Read story

Vancouver man arrested in child’s death

November 3, 2018, 11:33am Clark County News

A 37-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder in the death of a 5-year-old girl in Vancouver. Read story

Vancouver firefighters work at the scene of a house fire at 1105 East 29th Street on Friday afternoon, Nov. 2, 2018. One woman was reportedly severely injured in the blaze.
Heathen Brewing LLC has filed a Clark County Superior Court lawsuit seeking payment of $17,486 from a beer distributor. The Heathen Feral Public House is at 1109 Washington St. in Vancouver.

Heathen Brewing sues wholesaler over debt, partial keg

Heathen Brewing LLC has filed a Clark County Superior Court lawsuit seeking payment of $17,486 from a beer distributor. The Heathen Feral Public House is at 1109 Washington St. in Vancouver.

November 1, 2018, 5:08pm Business

Heathen Brewing LLC has filed a lawsuit in Clark County Superior Court against a Tacoma distributor seeking $17,486, attorney fees of $2,000, plaintiff’s costs — and the whereabouts of a quarter keg of Heathen IPA. Read story

Employees use the company workout room during a tour of the Nautilus headquarters in Vancouver in May 2013.

Wall Street dings Nautilus after Q3 report

Employees use the company workout room during a tour of the Nautilus headquarters in Vancouver in May 2013.

October 30, 2018, 7:38pm Business

Nautilus stock lost 11 percent of its value Tuesday, a day after the Vancouver fitness brand reported disappointing third-quarter results. Read story

Jeff Weinstein, owner of the Mattress Factory Outlet near Vancouver Mall, is ready to retire.

Closing of Mattress Factory Outlet the end of an era

Jeff Weinstein, owner of the Mattress Factory Outlet near Vancouver Mall, is ready to retire.

October 27, 2018, 6:00am Business

Six small children greeted visitors on Friday at Mattress Factory Outlet near Vancouver Mall. Read story

An R&O Construction tower crane operated by Randy Anis is along The Waterfront Vancouver in mid-September.

Construction builds the bones of strong September jobs report

An R&O Construction tower crane operated by Randy Anis is along The Waterfront Vancouver in mid-September.

October 23, 2018, 6:26pm Business

Clark County’s job-producing machine remained healthy in September, adding 200 jobs on a seasonally adjusted basis, according to Washington Employment Security Department data released Tuesday. Read story

General manager Fritz Fitzer sets up store displays at the new Foot Traffic in Vancouver’s Cascade Park Plaza on Friday.

Foot Traffic treks into Vancouver and land of sales tax

General manager Fritz Fitzer sets up store displays at the new Foot Traffic in Vancouver’s Cascade Park Plaza on Friday.

October 19, 2018, 6:37pm Business

Somewhere between the Columbia River, a line of interstate traffic and consumers’ wallets lies a sweet spot, and David Pietka thinks he’s found it. Read story

Five-month-old Sophia, who was a part of a transfer of pets from Texas, greets visitors at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington in May.

Humane Society plans major expansion

Five-month-old Sophia, who was a part of a transfer of pets from Texas, greets visitors at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington in May.

October 18, 2018, 7:55pm Clark County Business

Low-income people could get veterinary treatment for their pets in a proposed expansion of the Humane Society for Southwest Washington clinic, according to a plan outlined Thursday. Read story

Two huge cranes were part of downtown’s skyline during construction on Vancouvercenter, where the first three towers were completed a decade ago. This photo shows construction in June 2001.

14 things to know about fourth Vancouvercenter building

Two huge cranes were part of downtown’s skyline during construction on Vancouvercenter, where the first three towers were completed a decade ago. This photo shows construction in June 2001.

October 18, 2018, 6:02am Business

Chad Eiken has overseen Vancouvercenter for most of his career with the city of Vancouver. Read story