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Kuni Foundation pledges $5 million to cancer research

February 20, 2018, 7:24pm Business

A Vancouver nonprofit is donating $5 million to local cancer research that could lead to a potential “game changer” in treatment and hopefully make it more affordable, health officials said Tuesday. Read story

Prestige Development’s Dollie Lynch building may be converted to condominiums, according to CEO Elie Kassab. Builders say Washington law makes it problematic to build condominiums.

Clark County buyers eager for condos, but developers skittish

Prestige Development’s Dollie Lynch building may be converted to condominiums, according to CEO Elie Kassab. Builders say Washington law makes it problematic to build condominiums.

February 18, 2018, 6:02am Business

There is a perception among developers that if you build a condominium you may as well be building a wasp’s nest. Veering into that market has gotten many builders stung by lawsuits over purported construction defects. Read story

Construction continues Friday on the Holiday Inn Express in southeast Vancouver.

Tourism on the rise in Clark County

Construction continues Friday on the Holiday Inn Express in southeast Vancouver.

February 17, 2018, 6:00am Business

Tourism is on the upswing in Clark County, and that should continue to rise, according to the latest annual report from Visit Vancouver USA. Read story

Vancouver firm plans homes, businesses, park near Orchards

February 15, 2018, 5:58pm Business

A large new development aims to put the old Fifth Plain back on the map. Read story

Buffet restaurant Golden Corral was expected to open Feb. 14. It is the first location in the Vancouver-Portland metropolitan area for the chain, whose next-closest location is Spokane.

Golden Corral opens for business

Buffet restaurant Golden Corral was expected to open Feb. 14. It is the first location in the Vancouver-Portland metropolitan area for the chain, whose next-closest location is Spokane.

February 15, 2018, 2:29pm Business

After eight months of construction and a heaping of blown openings, Golden Corral swung open its doors on Thursday. Read story

Golden Corral, pictured Feb. 8, did not open for its expected Valentine’s Day date. Franchise owners could not say when they expect to open.

More delays push back Golden Corral opening

Golden Corral, pictured Feb. 8, did not open for its expected Valentine’s Day date. Franchise owners could not say when they expect to open.

February 14, 2018, 2:06pm Business

Valentine’s Day left a lot of buffet lovers brokenhearted. Golden Corral, the North Carolina-based chain of buffet restaurants, once again blew by an expected opening day and posted to Facebook that it still hopes to open soon. Read story

Mixed-use buildings are proposed to replace Providence Academy’s parking lot along C Street, pictured in January. Some are concerned the buildings, which will house apartments and retail space, will block or diminish the 19th century building nearby.

Past, future collide at Providence Academy

Mixed-use buildings are proposed to replace Providence Academy’s parking lot along C Street, pictured in January. Some are concerned the buildings, which will house apartments and retail space, will block or diminish the 19th century building nearby.

February 14, 2018, 6:00am Clark County Business

What would Mother Joseph say? What does city code say? Read story

“Outlaw country” DJ Gerald Gaule, left, plays classic country hits with station manager David Stepanyuk while on the air Monday morning. The station changed formats at the start of the year after being pushed off its frequency by a larger station, and now Vancouver-based KXRW is facing a similar issue from a larger station in Portland.

Local radio station braces for frequency interference

“Outlaw country” DJ Gerald Gaule, left, plays classic country hits with station manager David Stepanyuk while on the air Monday morning. The station changed formats at the start of the year after being pushed off its frequency by a larger station, and now Vancouver-based KXRW is facing a similar issue from a larger station in Portland.

February 14, 2018, 6:00am Business

Vancouver’s only local radio station, KXRW-FM, revealed last week that some local listeners might tune in and hear different voices through the airwaves soon. Read story

Northwest Adhesives is one of a handful of businesses that own land at the Steigerwald Commerce Center.

Steigerwald Commerce Center stands tall

Northwest Adhesives is one of a handful of businesses that own land at the Steigerwald Commerce Center.

February 11, 2018, 6:02am Business

WASHOUGAL — A free lunch is up for grabs between a couple of Port of Camas-Washougal staffers. Read story

The Herbery marijuana location in east Vancouver faces a 30-day suspension, beginning Feb. 27, and a $1,000 fine for selling marijuana products to an underage investigator from the state Liquor and Cannabis Board in January.

Herbery location faces 30-day closure after selling to minor

The Herbery marijuana location in east Vancouver faces a 30-day suspension, beginning Feb. 27, and a $1,000 fine for selling marijuana products to an underage investigator from the state Liquor and Cannabis Board in January.

February 8, 2018, 6:08pm Business

Marijuana shop The Herbery faces a monthlong closure of one of its shops after selling to an underage investigator from the state Liquor and Cannabis Board. Read story