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Firefighters work to extinguish a fire at 900 W. 16th St. in Vancouver on Saturday afternoon.

Fire damages Vancouver home, displacing nine

Firefighters work to extinguish a fire at 900 W. 16th St. in Vancouver on Saturday afternoon.

June 25, 2016, 1:30pm Clark County News

A fire at a home in downtown Vancouver’s Hough neighborhood sent residents and their pets onto the street and filled the air with smoke Saturday afternoon. Read story

Downtown Vancouver stabbing sends woman to hospital

June 25, 2016, 11:54am Clark County News

A woman was stabbed in the arm and stomach in downtown Vancouver early Saturday morning, sending her to the hospital with nonlife-threatening injuries. Read story

The Port of Vancouver's 218-acre Terminal 5 was the proposed site for the nation's largest oil-by-rail terminal.

Opponents bring terminal lease before state Supreme Court

The Port of Vancouver's 218-acre Terminal 5 was the proposed site for the nation's largest oil-by-rail terminal.

June 24, 2016, 5:03pm Business

While the proposal for the nation’s largest oil terminal drags on through the state permitting process, opponents of the Port of Vancouver project brought the terminal’s lease before the state Supreme Court on Thursday. Read story

Gary Paul, the owner of Trusty Brewing Co., pours his lauded Corner Window IPA at his Vancouver brewery on Thursday afternoon.

Trusty Brewing Co. gets off to promising start in downtown Vancouver

Gary Paul, the owner of Trusty Brewing Co., pours his lauded Corner Window IPA at his Vancouver brewery on Thursday afternoon.

June 23, 2016, 5:30pm Business

According to newspaper folklore, there was plenty of beer drinking going on between editions back in the day. Read story

Michael Elich is the CEO of Barrett Business Services Inc.

Barrett stock climbs despite $8M Q1 loss

Michael Elich is the CEO of Barrett Business Services Inc.

June 23, 2016, 4:16pm Business

Barrett Business Services Inc. posted an $8 million quarterly loss on Wednesday, but investors didn’t seem to mind, sending the Vancouver company’s stock price up $3.35 to end the day at $42.18. Read story

An oil train heads west through downtown Vancouver, near the Columbia Street overpass, in June 2014.

State agency calls for Vancouver oil terminal denial

An oil train heads west through downtown Vancouver, near the Columbia Street overpass, in June 2014.

June 22, 2016, 2:02pm Business

The state Department of Natural Resources is asking for the nation's largest oil-by-rail terminal, proposed for the Port of Vancouver, to be denied state approval. Read story

The job growth rate for June will likely jump because of Banfield Pet Hospital headquarters opening in Vancouver.

Clark County reports strong May jobs performance

The job growth rate for June will likely jump because of Banfield Pet Hospital headquarters opening in Vancouver.

June 21, 2016, 5:09pm Business

May, like many months before it, was good for Clark County’s economy. Read story

Affordable housing slipping away from median household income

June 17, 2016, 7:12pm Business

If you’re an average family in Clark County, you can buy an average house — at least according to the numbers. Read story

The Columbian Editorial Board meets with representatives from the Cowlitz casino on Thursday afternoon.

Cowlitz casino leaders want to ‘turn the page’

The Columbian Editorial Board meets with representatives from the Cowlitz casino on Thursday afternoon.

June 16, 2016, 5:34pm Business

After more than a decade of acrimony, officials with the Cowlitz casino project say they are looking to “turn the page.” Read story

Torque Coffee Roasters owner Ryan Palmer, pictured in the cafe's former location on Columbia Street, racked up a debt of unpaid loans and back rent for his business that two lawsuits put at more than $90,000.

Lawsuits seek thousands from Torque Coffee

Torque Coffee Roasters owner Ryan Palmer, pictured in the cafe's former location on Columbia Street, racked up a debt of unpaid loans and back rent for his business that two lawsuits put at more than $90,000.

June 15, 2016, 5:34pm Business

Torque Coffee Roasters is no more, but it left behind debts piled up like used coffee grounds getting cold. Read story