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Work continues on Terminal 1 at the Port of Vancouver. At Monday night's city council meeting, councilors gave the final go-ahead to the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 project master plan.

Vancouver to have ‘zero tolerance’ for fireworks

Work continues on Terminal 1 at the Port of Vancouver. At Monday night's city council meeting, councilors gave the final go-ahead to the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 project master plan.

June 19, 2017, 9:45pm Clark County News

America’s birthday celebration is going to be a lot quieter in Vancouver this summer. Read story

New and vintage cars, and motorcycles move bumper to bumper up and down Main Street in Vancouver during the annual Cruisin' the Gut event.

There’s hope for Vancouver cruise-in, possibly under new name

New and vintage cars, and motorcycles move bumper to bumper up and down Main Street in Vancouver during the annual Cruisin' the Gut event.

June 15, 2017, 11:12am Clark County News

It might have a new name, but it looks likely the annual classic-car show known as Cruisin’ the Gut in downtown Vancouver will go on. Read story

Susan Schrantz takes part in "Cruisin' the Gut" with her family in a VW Bug on Main Street in downtown Vancouver in 2016.

Future of Vancouver’s Cruisin’ the Gut uncertain

Susan Schrantz takes part in "Cruisin' the Gut" with her family in a VW Bug on Main Street in downtown Vancouver in 2016.

June 14, 2017, 10:50am Clark County News

The annual classic-car event known as Cruisin’ the Gut in downtown Vancouver appears to be in jeopardy. Read story

Sen. Ann Rivers, left, with Rep. Paul Harris, answers questions at aat Roosevelt Elementary in Vancouver in March. Rivers, R-La Center, one of the key negotiators of the school funding package, is optimistic lawmakers won't need the entire 30-day special session to finish the state budget.

Third special session called likely

Sen. Ann Rivers, left, with Rep. Paul Harris, answers questions at aat Roosevelt Elementary in Vancouver in March. Rivers, R-La Center, one of the key negotiators of the school funding package, is optimistic lawmakers won't need the entire 30-day special session to finish the state budget.

June 14, 2017, 6:05am Clark County News

Sen. Ann Rivers, a key negotiator on the education funding plan being discussed in Olympia, is a self-described “cup-half-full kind of gal by nature.” She said Tuesday she’s confident the state will not enter shutdown territory. Read story

A rendering of the Terminal 1 project planned by the Port of Vancouver.

Vancouver nears final waterfront project approval

A rendering of the Terminal 1 project planned by the Port of Vancouver.

June 12, 2017, 9:11pm Clark County Business

The Vancouver City Council is poised to approve the final piece of the downtown waterfront development. Read story

Vancouver City Hall (Lou Brancaccio/The Columbian)

Out-of-state vehicles may be costing Vancouver big bucks

Vancouver City Hall (Lou Brancaccio/The Columbian)

June 12, 2017, 8:24pm Clark County News

The city of Vancouver estimated it could be losing about $317,937 annually due to drivers who live in Washington but have vehicles registered in another state. Read story

In 1972, Tower Mall was anchored by a Safeway and was one of the city’s largest shopping centers. Retailers largely abandoned the center more than a decade ago.

Vancouver buys old Tower Mall property

In 1972, Tower Mall was anchored by a Safeway and was one of the city’s largest shopping centers. Retailers largely abandoned the center more than a decade ago.

June 9, 2017, 12:14pm Business

The city of Vancouver is in the midst of a deal to buy nearly 12 acres of the Town Plaza property in the central part of the city with hopes of injecting new life into the area. Read story

Members of the Vancouver Fire Department clean off after putting out a fire in March.

Fire chiefs sue, say city of Vancouver owes overtime

Members of the Vancouver Fire Department clean off after putting out a fire in March.

June 7, 2017, 8:28pm Clark County News

A group of Vancouver Fire Department battalion chiefs is suing the city for allegedly not paying them overtime they were owed. Read story

An accessory dwelling unit under construction, right, is seen next to a house along Daniels Street on Sept.

Vancouver council mulls tiny home ordinance changes

An accessory dwelling unit under construction, right, is seen next to a house along Daniels Street on Sept.

June 5, 2017, 8:41pm Clark County News

City Councilor Ty Stober said Vancouver should take its cue of what not to do with accessory dwelling units from across the river. Read story

Brandon Duston, left, and Burt Rask of Pease Construction lend a hand during renovation work at the Marshall Community Center pool Friday morning. Unexpected extra work will delay the reopening to approximately mid-August.

Marshall swimming pool project hits snag

Brandon Duston, left, and Burt Rask of Pease Construction lend a hand during renovation work at the Marshall Community Center pool Friday morning. Unexpected extra work will delay the reopening to approximately mid-August.

June 5, 2017, 7:20pm Clark County News

Patrons of the Marshall Community Center’s swimming pool are going to have to wait a little longer before diving back in. Read story