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Matilda Fiskum, 1, left, of Portland strolls with her grandmother, Polly Withrow of Vancouver, along the Columbia River waterfront near the Interstate 5 Bridge in May.

I-5 Bridge project staff says Oregon will administer tolling

Matilda Fiskum, 1, left, of Portland strolls with her grandmother, Polly Withrow of Vancouver, along the Columbia River waterfront near the Interstate 5 Bridge in May.

March 17, 2022, 7:21pm Clark County News

Tolling for the proposed new Interstate 5 Bridge will be administered by the Oregon Department of Transportation, the Interstate Bridge Replacement Program staff announced Thursday. Read story

A display of summertime clothing for children is seen at Lyon & Pearle.

New Vancouver boutique Lyon & Pearle focuses on supporting community sustainably

A display of summertime clothing for children is seen at Lyon & Pearle.

March 17, 2022, 6:04am Business

As she walks around her store, Lyon & Pearle, Melanie Wyckoff grabs the products with care, ooing and aahing over each one. It’s easy to see the love she has for the shop and the dreams she has for it in her eyes. Read story

Bus rapid transit, which uses low-floor articulated hybrid buses of the type seen on C-Tran's Vine route, is seen as a possible alternative to light rail for the high-capacity public transit component of a replacement Interstate 5 Bridge. The previous version of the project settled on light rail, but the renewed effort has left the question more open-ended so far.

C-Tran to get $2.7M federal grant to replace 6 diesel buses

Bus rapid transit, which uses low-floor articulated hybrid buses of the type seen on C-Tran's Vine route, is seen as a possible alternative to light rail for the high-capacity public transit component of a replacement Interstate 5 Bridge. The previous version of the project settled on light rail, but the renewed effort has left the question more open-ended so far.

March 16, 2022, 6:42pm Business

C-Tran will receive a $2.7 million grant from the Federal Transit Administration’s Bus and Bus Facilities Grant Program, according to a Wednesday announcement from Sens. Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell, both D-Wash. Read story

A motorist travels north on Southeast 192nd Avenue past an area where Hurley Development has plans to build on the old Fisher Quarry.

Columbia Palisades lots at old Fisher Quarry get new plan

A motorist travels north on Southeast 192nd Avenue past an area where Hurley Development has plans to build on the old Fisher Quarry.

March 16, 2022, 6:11pm Business

A portion of the enormous Columbia Palisades project is being reimagined, according to new preplanning documents submitted to the City of Vancouver. Read story

Members of the Vancouver Rotary Club and the Vancouver Rotary Foundation join representatives from the Port of Vancouver as they celebrate the installation of a new bronze Rotary symbol along Rotary Way at the port's Terminal 1 development at the Vancouver waterfront on Tuesday afternoon.

Rotary celebrates new art at Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1

Members of the Vancouver Rotary Club and the Vancouver Rotary Foundation join representatives from the Port of Vancouver as they celebrate the installation of a new bronze Rotary symbol along Rotary Way at the port's Terminal 1 development at the Vancouver waterfront on Tuesday afternoon.

March 16, 2022, 6:08am Business

A new art installation was unveiled Tuesday at the Port of Vancouver’s Terminal 1 on the Columbia River waterfront. Read story

Founder of ZoomInfo honored by technology association

March 16, 2022, 5:56am Business

Henry Schuck, founder of Vancouver’s ZoomInfo, was recognized by the Technology Association of Oregon, winning this year’s Sam Blackman Award. Read story

Leah Mulyar, 5, of Vancouver, left, and her sister, Isabel, 7, wear masks while enjoying a book at Vancouver Community Library on March 11, the final day of required indoor masking in Washington.

Clark County turns the page on masks as state mandate ends

Leah Mulyar, 5, of Vancouver, left, and her sister, Isabel, 7, wear masks while enjoying a book at Vancouver Community Library on March 11, the final day of required indoor masking in Washington.

March 12, 2022, 6:05am Business

On June 23, 2020, Washington announced a statewide requirement for people to wear masks in public settings to slow the spread of COVID-19. That mandate was lifted in early July 2021 and quickly reinstated during the delta surge. Read story

A motorist passes an empty lot that will soon be a new food truck center, Oak Tree Station.

Family-friendly spot for food carts planned for Camas

A motorist passes an empty lot that will soon be a new food truck center, Oak Tree Station.

March 11, 2022, 6:05am Business

Across the street from Union High School lies a field with nothing in it but an ancient oak tree. But it may not stand alone much longer. By next spring, the field’s owners hope to build a family-friendly food cart complex, Oak Tree Station. Read story

Highway 14 between Camas and Washougal to close Sunday for repairs

March 11, 2022, 5:56am Clark County News

WASHOUGAL – Drivers using state Highway 14 between Camas and Washougal will need to be prepared this weekend for full eastbound closures along the section of the highway, potentially causing traffic delays. Read story

The I-5 Bridge stretches over the Columbia River during a sunrise in September.

I-5 Bridge project funding back to $1B in transportation package

The I-5 Bridge stretches over the Columbia River during a sunrise in September.

March 9, 2022, 7:08pm Clark County News

After an evening of last-minute negotiations, the final contributions for the Interstate Bridge Replacement Program in the Washington Legislature’s transportation package is $1 billion. Read story