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Meagan Huff is a museum technician at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

Working in Clark County: Meagan Huff, museum technician

Meagan Huff is a museum technician at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.

June 1, 2014, 5:00pm Business

Maybe it was destiny that Meagan Huff would have a career with the National Park Service. Her parents were both park rangers. After college studies and museum work, Huff returned to her hometown's Fort Vancouver, excited to share her knowledge. "I was happy to come back because I knew I… Read story

Dave Montei is the owner of Richey's Tire Factory.

Working in Clark County: Dave Montei: Tire Store Owner

Dave Montei is the owner of Richey's Tire Factory.

May 25, 2014, 5:00pm Business

Dave Montei was a tire store manager but he wanted to own the company. By age 28 he was the owner but didn't know much about running a business. "I made tremendous mistakes, financial mistakes ... Probably the single biggest mistake I have made was not accepting an invitation to… Read story

Business Calendar

May 25, 2014, 5:00pm Business

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Jennifer Powell, with her dog, Bentley, at her store Wooly Wooly Wag Tails Yarn in Washougal.

Working in Clark County: Jennifer Powell, yarn store owner

Jennifer Powell, with her dog, Bentley, at her store Wooly Wooly Wag Tails Yarn in Washougal.

May 18, 2014, 5:00pm Business

Jennifer Powell was hooked as soon as she picked up the knitting needles. Read story

American Medical Response paramedic Rick Futrell sits inside an ambulance.

Working in Clark County: Rick Futrell: Paramedic

American Medical Response paramedic Rick Futrell sits inside an ambulance.

May 4, 2014, 5:00pm Business

Rick Futrell is often in the middle of chaos and tragedy. Given the nickname "Iceman" because of his calm demeanor, he likes having a part in helping the sick and injured. He has worked as a police officer, firefighter and paramedic. "It's not the money." Futrell adds, "I feel like… Read story

Clark County business calendar

May 4, 2014, 5:00pm Business

The Columbian welcomes submissions about Clark County residents or businesses as well as regional business events. Information must be received by noon Tuesday preceding the intended Monday publication date. Send to mary.ricks@columbian.com or fax 360-735-4598. Read story

Photos by Steven Lane/The Columbian
Mark Moreland works on the body of a cello in his Battle Ground shop April 18.

Working in Clark County: Mark Moreland: Violin maker

Photos by Steven Lane/The Columbian
Mark Moreland works on the body of a cello in his Battle Ground shop April 18.

April 27, 2014, 5:00pm Business

Mark Moreland was 15 years old when he knew he wanted to make violins. Not knowing if he would get accepted for an apprenticeship, he started college to pursue a career as a violinist. An apprenticeship came through, and Moreland spent years training in a shop in Portland. He's worked… Read story

Clark County business briefing

April 26, 2014, 5:00pm Business

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Eagle Scouts

April 21, 2014, 5:00pm Community

Three Boy Scouts from the Fort Vancouver District successfully passed their Eagle Scout board of review in March and have been advanced to the rank of Eagle Scout. Read story

Carmen LeBlanc, supervisor of animal health and behavior at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington, works April 14 with Rover, who can be aggressive when he is moved from his position, such as in a chair or sofa.

Working in Clark County: Animal Behaviorist Carmen LeBlanc

Carmen LeBlanc, supervisor of animal health and behavior at the Humane Society for Southwest Washington, works April 14 with Rover, who can be aggressive when he is moved from his position, such as in a chair or sofa.

April 20, 2014, 5:00pm Business

Carmen LeBlanc, once a newspaper reporter, wishes she'd started her second career earlier. After she took her dog to an obedience class, she found herself learning how to teach people to train animals. That made her want to learn more, so LeBlanc went back to school and got a master's… Read story