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Report: Clark County home sales hit new highs in May

June 15, 2016, 5:17pm Business

There are a few recurring themes for those looking to buy a home in Clark County: higher prices, less time on the market, more activity and lower inventory. Read story

Promotion and hire: CREDC makes leadership changes

June 9, 2016, 5:30pm Business

The Columbia River Economic Development Council has made changes at the top. Read story

The Port of Vancouver's Terminal 5 (Columbian files)

Port of Vancouver’s rails kept to high-than-needed safety level

The Port of Vancouver's Terminal 5 (Columbian files)

June 8, 2016, 6:06pm Business

Hundreds of things could go wrong with the thousands of locomotives pulling millions of tons of cargo across the country every day. So the Port of Vancouver maintains its 38 miles of track at a higher-than-needed level to keep accidents to a minimum. Read story

Employees and their dogs will move into Banfield Pet Hospital's new headquarters at 18101 S.E. Sixth Way starting Monday. About 650 people work at the private veterinary practice's headquarters, overseeing more than 925 hospitals and 16,000 employees around the country.

Moving day for Banfield approaches

Employees and their dogs will move into Banfield Pet Hospital's new headquarters at 18101 S.E. Sixth Way starting Monday. About 650 people work at the private veterinary practice's headquarters, overseeing more than 925 hospitals and 16,000 employees around the country.

June 7, 2016, 5:52pm Business

Bingo came to work in high spirits last week. No doubt he’s heard his company is moving to a pretty swell new headquarters in Vancouver, and a lot of his needs were considered. This is the world’s largest veterinary practice, after all, and Bingo is a black Lab mix. Read story

Felipe Flores of C&R Tractor and Landscaping Inc. works along the new Washougal Waterfront Park trail Thursday near the Port of Camas-Washougal's office and marina. The park overlooks the Columbia River, and has a concrete plaza and lawn as its centerpiece.

Path connects port to river

Felipe Flores of C&R Tractor and Landscaping Inc. works along the new Washougal Waterfront Park trail Thursday near the Port of Camas-Washougal's office and marina. The park overlooks the Columbia River, and has a concrete plaza and lawn as its centerpiece.

June 6, 2016, 4:16pm Business

Freshly poured concrete is connecting east Clark County to the Columbia River in new ways as work advances on the new waterfront park and trail at the Port of Camas-Washougal. Read story

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

Vancouver Energy files ‘May surprise,’ revising application

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

June 3, 2016, 7:45pm Business

A massive new document could disrupt the permitting process for the country’s largest oil-by-rail terminal — and it’s coming from the companies looking to build it. Read story

An exterior view of PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center (The Columbian files)

New union OK’d at PeaceHealth Southwest

An exterior view of PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center (The Columbian files)

June 3, 2016, 4:59pm Business

They’re calling it a “Mike Tyson” blowout victory. Read story

HP Inc. Chief Technology Officer Shane Wall shows a plastic that was created all at once by on of HP's new 3D printers, which go on sale this fall. The company's Vancouver campus is where the "core technologies" for 3D printing are born, Wall said.

HP dialing in on 3-D printing innovation

HP Inc. Chief Technology Officer Shane Wall shows a plastic that was created all at once by on of HP's new 3D printers, which go on sale this fall. The company's Vancouver campus is where the "core technologies" for 3D printing are born, Wall said.

June 2, 2016, 5:18pm Business

Vancouver, we’re told, will be at the center of the next industrial revolution. Read story

A train hauling oil passes through the Columbia River Gorge on its way to Vancouver.

Ecology to hold oil-train safety hearing Friday

A train hauling oil passes through the Columbia River Gorge on its way to Vancouver.

June 2, 2016, 6:01am Business

Those with an opinion on oil trains in Washington state will have another chance to share it in Vancouver on Friday when the Department of Ecology holds hearings on two proposed safety rules for oil-by-rail in the state. Read story

Courtesy KXRW

Radio Vancouver getting green light

Courtesy KXRW

June 1, 2016, 5:19pm Business

Vancouver is bigger than many cities that have a host of their own radio stations, yet Radio Vancouver is largely silent. Hearing that dead air, one small station is seeing a big opportunity in the local spectrum. Read story