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Apartments proposed near Washington State University Vancouver

May 1, 2023, 5:33pm Clark County News

Sixty-four new apartment units may soon be going up down the street from Washington State University Vancouver, according to planning documents submitted to Clark County. Read story

Wind turbine components are a major import at the Port of Vancouver. Last year, enough components to serve 94,000 homes crossed the docks.

2022 was a success, Port of Vancouver reports

Wind turbine components are a major import at the Port of Vancouver. Last year, enough components to serve 94,000 homes crossed the docks.

April 30, 2023, 6:00am Business

Sun shone through the windows of the AC Hotel Vancouver Waterfront on Thursday evening as the Port of Vancouver released its first in-person State of the Port report since 2019. The setting was ideal, and the news was seemingly good as well, with the report showing that the port netted… Read story

PeaceHealth lays off another 99 employees based in Vancouver

April 29, 2023, 5:29am Business

Facing mounting financial losses, PeaceHealth said in a statement Thursday that 99 people were let go from the health care system’s Vancouver-based Shared Services Center. That’s in addition to the 51 laid off in its Columbia Network. Read story

Motorists pass by construction as it continues on the new Skyview Station in Salmon Creek on Monday morning. Skyview Station, a project of Vancouver-based Hurley Development, will open at the intersection of Northeast 10th Avenue and 139th Street.

Clark County added 700 jobs in March

Motorists pass by construction as it continues on the new Skyview Station in Salmon Creek on Monday morning. Skyview Station, a project of Vancouver-based Hurley Development, will open at the intersection of Northeast 10th Avenue and 139th Street.

April 27, 2023, 5:45pm Business

Clark County added 700 jobs in March, according to the Washington Employment Security Department. Read story

FedEx and UPS trucks sit at loading bays at an Aurora Logistics warehouse in Vancouver. The city enacted a moratorium on large new warehouses at the end of last year.

Vancouver distinguishes between warehouses, industrial buildings in face of moratorium

FedEx and UPS trucks sit at loading bays at an Aurora Logistics warehouse in Vancouver. The city enacted a moratorium on large new warehouses at the end of last year.

April 27, 2023, 6:02am Business

Late last year, the Vancouver City Council put the kibosh on large new warehouses within the city. And yet, with the hot industrial real estate market in Vancouver and beyond, developers are still planning new industrial buildings. Read story

PeaceHealth has laid off 51 people in its Columbia Network, including staff at clinics and its Vancouver and Longview hospitals.

PeaceHealth cuts 51 jobs in Southwest Washington

PeaceHealth has laid off 51 people in its Columbia Network, including staff at clinics and its Vancouver and Longview hospitals.

April 26, 2023, 11:19am Business

PeaceHealth has laid off 51 people in its Columbia Network, the Vancouver-based health system said in a statement Tuesday. Read story

Local business leaders gathered Tuesday to hear about tips for preventing crime at their companies.

Clark County business owners discuss crime, how to combat it

Local business leaders gathered Tuesday to hear about tips for preventing crime at their companies.

April 25, 2023, 6:10pm Business

Clark County business owners gathered at Kiggins Theatre in Vancouver on Tuesday morning to discuss a topic that has been forefront on their minds: crime. Read story

Clouds reflect off the windows of the newly opened ilani Hotel. At 185 feet, the hotel is the tallest building in Clark County.

ilani Hotel opens next to casino

Clouds reflect off the windows of the newly opened ilani Hotel. At 185 feet, the hotel is the tallest building in Clark County.

April 24, 2023, 6:27pm Business

With the haunting chant of Potlatch songs, several speeches and the snip of giant scissors, the Cowlitz Tribe on Monday added another jewel to its woven cedar crown — the ilani Hotel. Read story

Pilot Margaux Retherford steps out of a KinectAir Diamond DA62 at Atlantic Aviation PDX in Portland. The on-demand airline can land at any public airport in the region.

Vancouver-based KinectAir helps firms connect with ride-hailing aviation app

Pilot Margaux Retherford steps out of a KinectAir Diamond DA62 at Atlantic Aviation PDX in Portland. The on-demand airline can land at any public airport in the region.

April 24, 2023, 6:05am Business

After the launch of its ride-hailing aviation app last spring, Vancouver’s KinectAir has become a time-saver for local businesses needing to traverse the region to meet clients. Read story

Light fixtures resembling tribal hats hang from the ceiling at the grand opening of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe's Q’anápsu Cannabis Dispensary on Thursday afternoon.  Q’anápsu means "grass" in the Cowlitz Coast Salish language.

Cowlitz Tribe opens cannabis dispensary

Light fixtures resembling tribal hats hang from the ceiling at the grand opening of the Cowlitz Indian Tribe's Q’anápsu Cannabis Dispensary on Thursday afternoon.  Q’anápsu means "grass" in the Cowlitz Coast Salish language.

April 20, 2023, 7:14pm Business

As rain cascaded from the sky, tribal drums beat to mark a 4-20 occasion — a new bright green brick and mortar cannabis dispensary, Q’anápsu, opening Thursday afternoon. Read story