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Remove your studded tires March 31

March 22, 2022, 6:02am Clark County News

Washington drivers have to remove their studded tires by the end of the day March 31. Starting April 1, those who still have the tires on can face potential fines of $136. The law applies to all drivers in the state, including visitors. Read story

Chuck's Produce & Street Market had been up for sale since the end of 2021.

Chuck’s Produce stores sold to Canadian company

Chuck's Produce & Street Market had been up for sale since the end of 2021.

March 21, 2022, 6:50pm Business

Chuck’s Produce has been purchased but the name and the faces customers regularly see at the store will remain the same — and they’ll get to see them on Saturday. Read story

Schuyler Hoss, who retired recently after working in state government, enjoys a walk at The Waterfront Vancouver on Monday morning.

Did the Great Resignation hide a Great Retirement in Clark County?

Schuyler Hoss, who retired recently after working in state government, enjoys a walk at The Waterfront Vancouver on Monday morning.

March 20, 2022, 6:05am Business

Every week, Schuyler Hoss takes a walk around Vancouver, gazing upon the projects he helped bring to fruition during his 14 years working for the governor’s office. It’s one of his favorite retirement pastimes. The walk reveals memories of his work, as those days are now behind him. Read story

Pedestrians enjoy sunny conditions with a view of the Interstate 5 Bridge at the Waterfront Vancouver on April 29, 2021.

Interstate Bridge Replacement Program aims to bridge equity gap

Pedestrians enjoy sunny conditions with a view of the Interstate 5 Bridge at the Waterfront Vancouver on April 29, 2021.

March 20, 2022, 6:05am Clark County News

they’re inanimate things. So how can they not be fair to everyone? How can they not be equitable? Read story

A Comcast van parked on Esther Street in downtown Vancouver in 2011.

Comcast program helps businesses stay connected

A Comcast van parked on Esther Street in downtown Vancouver in 2011.

March 19, 2022, 2:40pm Clark County News

Comcast RISE was created after the onset of the pandemic to help minority small businesses that were impacted by the pandemic and coinciding social unrest. Read story

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