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A former employee of Hurley Development filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the local real estate company, its owner, Ryan Hurley, and a current and former employee, alleging sexual harassment and sexual and religious discrimination.

Ex-employee accuses Ryan Hurley, Hurley Development of sexual harassment, discrimination

A former employee of Hurley Development filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the local real estate company, its owner, Ryan Hurley, and a current and former employee, alleging sexual harassment and sexual and religious discrimination.

August 2, 2022, 6:15pm Business

A former employee of Hurley Development LLC filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the local real estate company, its owner, Ryan Hurley, and a current and former employee, alleging sexual harassment and sexual and religious discrimination. Read story

Andrew McLean, CEO of Invest.Green, takes a break with a 2022 Toyota RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrid at McCord's Vancouver Toyota on Monday. McLean launched an investment research company, aimed at educating investors about opportunities in backing green companies.

Camas-based Invest.Green helps investors focused on sustainability find suitable matches

Andrew McLean, CEO of Invest.Green, takes a break with a 2022 Toyota RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrid at McCord's Vancouver Toyota on Monday. McLean launched an investment research company, aimed at educating investors about opportunities in backing green companies.

August 2, 2022, 9:04am Business

What is the economic potential of removing the carbon needed from the atmosphere to achieve the goals set by 2016’s Paris Agreement? It’s a question Andrew McLean recently posed to his colleague Tahreem Kampton. Read story

The median sales price for Clark County homes in June rose to $525,000. This Camas home, at 7416 N. 93rd Ave., boasts a number of amenities, including a neighborhood pool, hot tub and park.

Clark County real estate: What will $525,000 get you?

The median sales price for Clark County homes in June rose to $525,000. This Camas home, at 7416 N. 93rd Ave., boasts a number of amenities, including a neighborhood pool, hot tub and park.

July 28, 2022, 6:00am Business

A great view, a dip in a pool and a fenced-in yard are just a few of the things waiting for those willing to fork over a half-million dollars for a home or property today in Clark County. Read story

TSMC, which oversees WaferTech in Camas, could be eligible to receive the funds under the CHIPS Act. The company is planning to expand its U.S. presence — but not in Camas. Last May, TSMC’s board of directors approved creating a subsidiary in Arizona.

Cantwell hails Senate passage of Chips and Science Act

TSMC, which oversees WaferTech in Camas, could be eligible to receive the funds under the CHIPS Act. The company is planning to expand its U.S. presence — but not in Camas. Last May, TSMC’s board of directors approved creating a subsidiary in Arizona.

July 27, 2022, 5:39pm Business

The Chips and Science Act, encompassing nearly $250 billion in federal spending for American science and technology research, development and manufacturing, passed out of the U.S. Senate on Wednesday in a bipartisan fashion, 64-33. Read story

Fred Meyer announces new president for Oct. 1

July 27, 2022, 5:56am Clark County News

Fred Meyer will have a new president, Todd Kammeyer, as of Oct. 1. Read story

One Stop shopping center sold in Camas

July 27, 2022, 5:56am Clark County News

Camas' One Stop Shopping Center has been sold. Read story

A developer is planning an apartment complex on 162nd and Fourth Plain in east Clark County.

Apartments planned for 162nd Ave. in east Vancouver

A developer is planning an apartment complex on 162nd and Fourth Plain in east Clark County.

July 26, 2022, 6:04am Business

Another new apartment complex could soon be in the works east of Northeast 162nd Avenue in east Vancouver, according to a pre-planning proposal submitted to the city of Vancouver. Read story

Greater Vancouver Chamber to host First Citizen Award

July 23, 2022, 5:22am Clark County News

The Greater Vancouver Chamber will host the annual First Citizen Award this year after 20 years of being sponsored by The Columbian and its partner the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington. Read story

iQ launches app for kids to learn about money

July 23, 2022, 5:22am Clark County News

The local financial institution, iQ Credit Union, launched a new app this week for kids. The banking app is targeted at kids 7-14 years old and aims to teach them about good financial habits and how to manage money. The app is free to members of the credit union and… Read story

All The Wishes owner Aphena Arshisha stands for a portrait Wednesday at her home in Vancouver. The Vancouver Farmers Market has partnered with Mercy Corps Northwest to launch a training and assistance program for small businesses such as All The Wishes wanting to launch a booth at the farmers market.  At top, All The Wishes jewelry hangs on a display tree at  Arshisha's home in Vancouver.

Vancouver Farmers Market gets fresh crop of sellers with launch of program

All The Wishes owner Aphena Arshisha stands for a portrait Wednesday at her home in Vancouver. The Vancouver Farmers Market has partnered with Mercy Corps Northwest to launch a training and assistance program for small businesses such as All The Wishes wanting to launch a booth at the farmers market.  At top, All The Wishes jewelry hangs on a display tree at  Arshisha's home in Vancouver.

July 22, 2022, 6:05am Business

Aphena Arshisha was one of the best table servers in Clark County. But now she is living her destiny — selling jewelry and crystals to help women in the community. Read story