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The first bitcoin ATM in Southwest Washington can be found at Vancouver Mall just inside the first-floor entrance facing Cinetopia. The kiosk allows people to trade cash for the digital currency and vice versa.

Vancouver Mall ATM trades in Bitcoin

The first bitcoin ATM in Southwest Washington can be found at Vancouver Mall just inside the first-floor entrance facing Cinetopia. The kiosk allows people to trade cash for the digital currency and vice versa.

July 7, 2016, 5:18pm Business

There’s a curious machine inside an entrance to Vancouver Mall. It will give you cash, but it won’t take a debit card. You can give it cash, but the receipts won’t look too familiar. With the push of a button it will show your balance down to eight decimal points. Read story

Nancy Steiger

PeaceHealth executive leaves after seven months in role

Nancy Steiger

July 7, 2016, 2:05pm Business

Nancy Steiger, the chief executive of PeaceHealth's Columbia Network, has announced she is leaving the role seven months after taking the job that oversees PeaceHealth's hospitals in Vancouver and Longview. Read story

The Hazel Dell WinCo grocery store on Highway 99 has gone to court to keep signature-gatherers off its property, with a judge on June 30 approving a temporary restraining order.

WinCo sues to stop signature-gatherers at Highway 99 store

The Hazel Dell WinCo grocery store on Highway 99 has gone to court to keep signature-gatherers off its property, with a judge on June 30 approving a temporary restraining order.

July 6, 2016, 3:12pm Business

When WinCo’s employee owners say “no solicitors,” they mean it. Read story

Portland-based Hopworks Urban Brewery is opening a location in at the Columbia Tech Center Vancouver.

Hopworks Urban Brewery coming to east Vancouver

Portland-based Hopworks Urban Brewery is opening a location in at the Columbia Tech Center Vancouver.

July 6, 2016, 11:19am Business

Hopworks Urban Brewery on Wednesday announced it would be opening a 6,000-square-foot brewery and restaurant in east Vancouver this fall. Read story

Ryan Cole and Anita Descamps pack their cart full of fireworks Tuesday at Blackjack Fireworks in Vancouver. Americans spent $755 million on consumer fireworks in 2015, not counting the $340 million spent on display fireworks for professional shows.

Fireworks sales booming in Clark County

Ryan Cole and Anita Descamps pack their cart full of fireworks Tuesday at Blackjack Fireworks in Vancouver. Americans spent $755 million on consumer fireworks in 2015, not counting the $340 million spent on display fireworks for professional shows.

July 3, 2016, 6:03am Business

Forget about those dazzling displays and safety concerns for a second. The real power of fireworks is burning holes in American wallets. Read story

Oil terminal opponents showed up in force at the first Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council adjudication hearing Monday. The hearings are one of the last steps toward a recommendation on the oil-by-rail terminal proposed at the Port of Vancouver.

EFSEC hearings: Expert downplays effects of oil spills

Oil terminal opponents showed up in force at the first Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council adjudication hearing Monday. The hearings are one of the last steps toward a recommendation on the oil-by-rail terminal proposed at the Port of Vancouver.

July 1, 2016, 7:31pm Business

Vancouver Energy tapped a dozen witnesses this week as it began its offensive in the trial-like battle over the nation’s largest oil terminal, proposed at the Port of Vancouver. Read story

A crowd gathered for Almar Tools' groundbreaking celebration at Dwyer Creek Business Park in Camas on Thursday. The Portland company is bringing its 18 employees to Camas, with plans to double in size in the next 18 months.

Almar Tools celebrates Camas groundbreaking

A crowd gathered for Almar Tools' groundbreaking celebration at Dwyer Creek Business Park in Camas on Thursday. The Portland company is bringing its 18 employees to Camas, with plans to double in size in the next 18 months.

June 30, 2016, 5:15pm Business

CAMAS — It was more of a homecoming than a groundbreaking. Read story

HP's Steve Nigro, left, and Shane Wall talk to employees and the media about the future of the company Tuesday afternoon.

HP Inc. opens doors to new offices in Vancouver

HP's Steve Nigro, left, and Shane Wall talk to employees and the media about the future of the company Tuesday afternoon.

June 28, 2016, 6:27pm Business

The Silicon Forest has grown a new grove. Read story

The state Energy Facility Site Evaluation will be judge and jury during adjudication hearings that start Monday. It is the latest step, and nearly the last, toward a recommendation for the governor on the approval or denial of an oil terminal at the Port of Vancouver. Above, the evaluation council listens to testimony on the project's environmental review in January.

EFSEC hearings to begin Monday to review oil terminal

The state Energy Facility Site Evaluation will be judge and jury during adjudication hearings that start Monday. It is the latest step, and nearly the last, toward a recommendation for the governor on the approval or denial of an oil terminal at the Port of Vancouver. Above, the evaluation council listens to testimony on the project's environmental review in January.

June 26, 2016, 6:06am Business

It’s shaping up to be the trial of the century. Read story

Steve Powers of Vancouver's Maplewood Neighborhood Association helps a neighbor with home maintenance Saturday morning. Volunteers cleaning graffiti off the house decided to use association funds to repaint the whole thing.

Kindness by association: House paint, help for neighbor

Steve Powers of Vancouver's Maplewood Neighborhood Association helps a neighbor with home maintenance Saturday morning. Volunteers cleaning graffiti off the house decided to use association funds to repaint the whole thing.

June 25, 2016, 8:01pm Clark County News

It was a beautiful day to sleep in, sip lemonade, saunter through the park or roll up your sleeves and help a neighbor out. In Vancouver's Maplewood neighborhood, a handful of people took that last choice on Saturday. Read story