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Water-main replacement big challenge for utility

September 23, 2018, 6:00am Clark County News

Clark Public Utilities had a problem. It needed to replace a water main that connected wells in Salmon Creek Regional Park to a pipeline network to the north, but to get there it had to traverse Salmon Creek and a steep bluff to the north. Read story

Traffic is seen heading north in Portland on Interstate 5.

Firm: Top route for highly automated semitrucks includes Vancouver

Traffic is seen heading north in Portland on Interstate 5.

September 20, 2018, 9:20pm Clark County News

Vancouver is just about in the middle of what one international transportation data firm says is the overall best route in the United States for the initial deployment of highly automated semitrucks. Read story

WSDOT’s Kris Strickler takes new job with ODOT

September 17, 2018, 6:06am Clark County News

Washington State Department of Transportation Southwest Regional Administrator Kris Strickler is taking a new job as the administer of the Oregon Department of Transportation Highway Division — the agency’s largest division. Read story

Line sorters comb through plastics and paper moving along a conveyor belt at Waste Connections Washington-Clark County material recycling facility on Northwest Lower River Road. The site processes tens of thousands of tons of recyclable materials every year, mostly from Clark County.

Clark Asks: Are you recycling the right way in Clark County?

Line sorters comb through plastics and paper moving along a conveyor belt at Waste Connections Washington-Clark County material recycling facility on Northwest Lower River Road. The site processes tens of thousands of tons of recyclable materials every year, mostly from Clark County.

September 16, 2018, 6:02am Clark County Life

“Don’t forget the recycling,” is a phrase most Clark County residents say to themselves once a week or every other week on our way out the door. Read story

One person died in a multi-vehicle crash Friday in the 28900 block of Northeast 82nd Avenue.

One dead in three-vehicle crash in Battle Ground

One person died in a multi-vehicle crash Friday in the 28900 block of Northeast 82nd Avenue.

September 14, 2018, 4:14pm Clark County News

A driver was killed in a  collision between a Clark Public Utilities truck and two other vehicles in the 28900 block of Northeast 82nd Avenue in Battle Ground just before 12:30 Friday. Read story

Beginning Sunday, carrying large quantities of cans aboard C-Tran will be prohibited. In this customer-provided photo, a rider carries bags of empty cans onboard The Vine.

C-Tran to ban empty bottles and cans

Beginning Sunday, carrying large quantities of cans aboard C-Tran will be prohibited. In this customer-provided photo, a rider carries bags of empty cans onboard The Vine.

September 14, 2018, 6:00am Clark County News

C-Tran is enacting a policy to stop passengers from carrying empty cans and bottles on its buses. Read story

C-Tran buys Gifford Pinchot’s former headquarters

September 13, 2018, 8:19pm Clark County News

C-Tran directors approved the purchase of the former Gifford Pinchot National Forest headquarters for $6.85 million, plus $950,000 for closing costs and tenant improvements to the 40,000-square-foot building. Read story

Port of Vancouver’s board of commissioners from left, Don Orange, Eric LaBrant and Jerry Oliver, listen to public statements during a board meeting in January.

Port of Vancouver approves resolution calling for I-5 Bridge replacement

Port of Vancouver’s board of commissioners from left, Don Orange, Eric LaBrant and Jerry Oliver, listen to public statements during a board meeting in January.

September 12, 2018, 6:02am Business

The Port of Vancouver approved a resolution supporting the replacement of the Interstate 5 Bridge on Tuesday. Read story

In these conceptual renderings, Terminal 1, the Port of Vancouver’s oldest property, would cater to pedestrian traffic and be anchored by a large public marketplace building that would pay homage to the site’s industrial past. The port and the architects it’s working with released the designs to the public on Tuesday.

Vision for Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1 takes shape

In these conceptual renderings, Terminal 1, the Port of Vancouver’s oldest property, would cater to pedestrian traffic and be anchored by a large public marketplace building that would pay homage to the site’s industrial past. The port and the architects it’s working with released the designs to the public on Tuesday.

September 11, 2018, 8:40pm Business

The public was offered its first look at initial designs for the future Terminal 1, the Port of Vancouver’s oldest property. Read story

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, left, and Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., chat Monday morning at the Ed and Dollie Lynch house while celebrating with Columbia Land Trust supporters for their work preserving forests surrounding Mount St. Helens.

Officials applaud land trust’s work

Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, left, and Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., chat Monday morning at the Ed and Dollie Lynch house while celebrating with Columbia Land Trust supporters for their work preserving forests surrounding Mount St. Helens.

September 10, 2018, 9:35pm Clark County News

Washington’s congressional delegates, land management agency officials and local political leaders celebrated the Columbia Land Trust’s decade of work to conserve 20,000 acres of forestland near Mount St. Helens. Read story