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The Port of Vancouver Board of Commissioners voted to sell a 3.26-acre parcel of its Centennial Industrial Park to a manufacturer for semiconductors.

Port of Vancouver sells parcel in Centennial Industrial Park

The Port of Vancouver Board of Commissioners voted to sell a 3.26-acre parcel of its Centennial Industrial Park to a manufacturer for semiconductors.

February 10, 2022, 6:00am Business

The Port of Vancouver will soon be home to Nu-Tech Machining, which specializes in manufacturing parts for machinery used in computer chip production and testing. Read story

Interstate 5 in Portland (The Columbian files)

Oregon tolling plan: South end of I-205 would be first to see change if ODOT plan takes effect

Interstate 5 in Portland (The Columbian files)

February 9, 2022, 6:03am Clark County News

Drivers in Portland’s metro area could see trips tolled by 2024 or 2025, if Oregon’s plan to toll Portland’s interstate system is enacted. Read story

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Vancouver couple must repay $139K in stolen workers’ compensation benefits

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February 7, 2022, 6:10pm Business

Jeffrey and Karen Pierson of Vancouver pleaded guilty to felony, second-degree theft last week, after collecting workers’ compensation insurance benefits while continuing to work at their son’s Hazel Dell auto repair shop. Read story

Audience members place money in the mouth of a lion character during a performance by the White Lotus dance troupe at Vancouver Mall on Saturday to celebrate Lunar New Year. It is tradition to feed the lion by placing a red envelope containing money in its mouth for good luck. (Molly J.

Vancouver Mall roars into Lunar New Year

Audience members place money in the mouth of a lion character during a performance by the White Lotus dance troupe at Vancouver Mall on Saturday to celebrate Lunar New Year. It is tradition to feed the lion by placing a red envelope containing money in its mouth for good luck. (Molly J.

February 5, 2022, 8:05pm Clark County News

Children, families and shoppers gazed gleefully upon the troupe of lion dancers as the dancers pranced around Vancouver Mall’s Forever 21 Court on Saturday. The event was just one part of the mall’s celebration of Lunar New Year. Read story

A crash Friday night on Northeast Lucia Falls Road in Yacolt took the life of Steven Woolsey. The truck in which he was a passenger went off the road, crashing into several trees.

Yacolt man killed in Friday night crash

A crash Friday night on Northeast Lucia Falls Road in Yacolt took the life of Steven Woolsey. The truck in which he was a passenger went off the road, crashing into several trees.

February 5, 2022, 7:30pm Clark County News

Steven Woolsey, 51 — died Friday night after the truck in which he was a passenger went off the road in Yacolt, crashing into several trees. Read story

Betsy Henning, left, shares a drink with co-worker Nicholas Arnold at AHA, a Vancouver creative agency, in 2016.

Vancouver-based AHA acquired by New York firm

Betsy Henning, left, shares a drink with co-worker Nicholas Arnold at AHA, a Vancouver creative agency, in 2016.

February 4, 2022, 6:05am Business

The AHA brand strategy and creative agency announced this week it has been acquired by New York marketing and communications firm FINN Partners, effective Feb. 1. Read story

Greater Vancouver Chamber launches business assistance program

February 4, 2022, 5:53am Business

The Greater Vancouver Chamber announced recently it has created a new business assistance program, Business POD (Pathways to Opportunity and Development). Read story

Free C-Tran service available today

February 4, 2022, 5:53am Clark County News

C-Tran is offering free service across the entire transit system today in honor of Transit Equity Day. Read story

A new mixed-use building is planned for the Vancouver block that sits between 15th and 16th streets and Columbia and Washington streets.

Seven-story, commercial, residential building planned for Vancouver city block

A new mixed-use building is planned for the Vancouver block that sits between 15th and 16th streets and Columbia and Washington streets.

February 3, 2022, 6:05am Business

A new mixed-use development is planned for an entire city block, turning what was a series of buildings into a single mixed-use mid-rise between downtown Vancouver and Uptown Village. Read story

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Vancouver-based Burgerville names Ed Casey new CEO

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February 2, 2022, 5:27pm Business

Vancouver-based Burgerville announced Wednesday that Ed Casey will be taking over as the company’s new chief executive. Read story