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Todd Coleman, then-CEO of the Port of Vancouver, speaks at a luncheon for the Columbia River Economic Development Council in December 2014 at the Heathman Lodge in Vancouver. The CREDC hosted a panel discussion, "The Value of Vision," featuring representatives from the Port of Vancouver and the cities of Vancouver, Camas and Ridgefield.

Coleman’s Port of Vancouver tenure at a close

Todd Coleman, then-CEO of the Port of Vancouver, speaks at a luncheon for the Columbia River Economic Development Council in December 2014 at the Heathman Lodge in Vancouver. The CREDC hosted a panel discussion, "The Value of Vision," featuring representatives from the Port of Vancouver and the cities of Vancouver, Camas and Ridgefield.

May 22, 2016, 6:02am Business

Todd Coleman became CEO of the Port of Vancouver just after the port hit its 100th birthday, a milestone marking a century of relative political peace within the community. Read story

State fines Battle Ground contractor, alleging safety violations

May 20, 2016, 5:29pm Business

The state Department of Labor & Industries on Friday hit a Battle Ground contractor with a $135,800 fine for alleged safety violations. Read story

Scott Garden, director of research and technical services at Great Western Malting Co., looks over a sea of germinating wheat, a phase of the malting process, on Monday. The company malts 120,000 tons of grains such as wheat and barley every year at the Port of Vancouver plant.

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Scott Garden, director of research and technical services at Great Western Malting Co., looks over a sea of germinating wheat, a phase of the malting process, on Monday. The company malts 120,000 tons of grains such as wheat and barley every year at the Port of Vancouver plant.

May 15, 2016, 6:02am Business

Vancouver isn’t recognized for contributing to the rise of craft beer. But it should be. Read story

Impact of minimum-wage hikes examined

May 13, 2016, 4:48pm Business

Few things get economists more excited than tracking the outcomes of major policy shifts like minimum-wage increases. Read story

From left, interim Port of Vancouver CEO Julianna Marler, port attorney Lisa Lowe and departing port CEO Todd Coleman answer commissioner questions before Marler's appointment Tuesday morning.

Port of Vancouver names interim CEO

From left, interim Port of Vancouver CEO Julianna Marler, port attorney Lisa Lowe and departing port CEO Todd Coleman answer commissioner questions before Marler's appointment Tuesday morning.

May 10, 2016, 2:36pm Business

The Port of Vancouver’s three commissioners unanimously appointed the port’s top finance official, Julianna Marler, as interim CEO on Tuesday morning. Read story

The Port of Vancouver said Tuesday that Marriott Hotels will develop a hotel at Terminal 1 at the port. The waterfront are is prime real estate.

Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1 will get a Marriott AC Hotel

The Port of Vancouver said Tuesday that Marriott Hotels will develop a hotel at Terminal 1 at the port. The waterfront are is prime real estate.

May 10, 2016, 2:04pm Business

A hotel operated by the huge Marriott chain will be coming to the Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1 as a cornerstone of the port’s redevelopment of the prime waterfront property, the port disclosed Tuesday. Read story

The new Headquarters of Nautilus in Vancouver.

Nautilus reports big revenues to start 2016

The new Headquarters of Nautilus in Vancouver.

May 9, 2016, 5:10pm Business

Nautilus Inc. on Monday reported big revenues for the first quarter of 2016, which came on the back of the company’s purchase of Octane Fitness at the end of last year. Read story

Columbia Collective opened last month and already has 20 freelance and small-business members who pay a monthly fee for desk or office space at 1010 Washington St.

Co-working space flourishes in downtown Vancouver

Columbia Collective opened last month and already has 20 freelance and small-business members who pay a monthly fee for desk or office space at 1010 Washington St.

May 9, 2016, 5:05pm Business

Local paintings hang on the sun-soaked brick walls along the open second floor of an old downtown Vancouver building. Creative types mingle under cleverly designed lighting fixtures, and the coffee and beer is free. Read story

The Columbia Palisades development would turn this rock quarry along 192nd Avenue and Brady Road into a mix of houses, apartments, offices and retail. Plans for the development were submitted to the city on Thursday, and construction could begin next spring if the project is approved.

84-acre development proposed for 192nd, north of Highway 14

The Columbia Palisades development would turn this rock quarry along 192nd Avenue and Brady Road into a mix of houses, apartments, offices and retail. Plans for the development were submitted to the city on Thursday, and construction could begin next spring if the project is approved.

May 6, 2016, 4:43pm Business

Some new neighbors will be moving to the quarry east of Southeast 192nd Avenue, and they won’t resemble Fred and Wilma Flintstone. Read story

Famed local food truck The Mighty Bowl is getting a permanent location in downtown Vancouver, first as a walk-up window to open as soon as a month from now and then as a sit-down restaurant with an expanded menu, perhaps by the end of the year. Owner Steve Valenta, right, said the move is about sustainable growth for the company and his employees, including Kate Carson, left, and Shane McFarland, center.

Mighty Bowl puts down roots in restaurant location

Famed local food truck The Mighty Bowl is getting a permanent location in downtown Vancouver, first as a walk-up window to open as soon as a month from now and then as a sit-down restaurant with an expanded menu, perhaps by the end of the year. Owner Steve Valenta, right, said the move is about sustainable growth for the company and his employees, including Kate Carson, left, and Shane McFarland, center.

May 5, 2016, 4:41pm Business

The Mighty Bowl has found a permanent parking spot. Read story