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The Golden Corral is gearing up for its grand opening on Feb. 14 in Orchards.

Golden Corral announces Valentine’s Day opening in Vancouver

The Golden Corral is gearing up for its grand opening on Feb. 14 in Orchards.

February 8, 2018, 4:35pm Business

Golden Corral will officially open Valentine's Day, franchise co-owner Ramsey Zawideh has confirmed. Read story

Construction continues on Block 6 at The Waterfront Vancouver on Friday morning. Gramor Development, the Tualatin, Ore.-based firm overseeing the redevelopment, said two buildings on the block could be completed by September.

Title company leases office at The Waterfront Vancouver

Construction continues on Block 6 at The Waterfront Vancouver on Friday morning. Gramor Development, the Tualatin, Ore.-based firm overseeing the redevelopment, said two buildings on the block could be completed by September.

February 6, 2018, 5:16pm Business

Another company is reaching for a piece of riverfront office space at The Waterfront Vancouver. Read story

Florence Böelow, right, and Joyce Carr relax by the fire with friends at The Lofts at Glenwood Place. Böelow, 87, recently moved from an apartment in Portland to the independent living center to be closer to her children. “I needed some companionship,” she added.

Senior housing options on the rise in Clark County

Florence Böelow, right, and Joyce Carr relax by the fire with friends at The Lofts at Glenwood Place. Böelow, 87, recently moved from an apartment in Portland to the independent living center to be closer to her children. “I needed some companionship,” she added.

February 4, 2018, 6:05am Business

Some trendy new residential communities are rising around Clark County and they’re showing what one might call “moxie.” Read story

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle gets some help cutting the ribbon for Vancouver Fire Department’s Fire Station 2 on Saturday. Many attended the event, including young families and children who hoped to become firefighters.

New fire station sparks inspiration for kids

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle gets some help cutting the ribbon for Vancouver Fire Department’s Fire Station 2 on Saturday. Many attended the event, including young families and children who hoped to become firefighters.

February 3, 2018, 9:52pm Clark County News

Four-year-old Sadie Wehling loves to pretend to put out fires and rescue relatives. When her family drives by a fire station, she asks “What’s in there?” Read story

RealWear netted $17 million in investment near the end of January, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. An employee wears its head-mounted tablet while working last September.

RealWear rakes in $17M in investment

RealWear netted $17 million in investment near the end of January, according to filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. An employee wears its head-mounted tablet while working last September.

February 2, 2018, 6:08pm Business

Vancouver company RealWear bills its technology as a game-changer. Now it has found investors who apparently agree. Read story

Daily Insider newsletter ends run after 27 years

February 2, 2018, 5:10pm Business

The Daily Insider, a regional newsletter that began as a faxed memo to local leaders, ended its nearly three-decade-long run this week. Read story

Main Street Ltd. Partners, which owns 704 Main St., are suing transit agency C-Tran over a property easement it needs for its back exit. Without it, the building is in violation of city fire codes.

Vancouver building owners sue C-Tran over exit, easement

Main Street Ltd. Partners, which owns 704 Main St., are suing transit agency C-Tran over a property easement it needs for its back exit. Without it, the building is in violation of city fire codes.

February 1, 2018, 6:05am Business

A property dispute that doomed Q Nightclub and Lounge in downtown Vancouver has sparked another lawsuit, this time with the building’s owners. Read story

Georgia-Pacific announced in November 2017 that it plans to shut down several operations at its Camas mill.

Camas mill will lay off workers starting May 1

Georgia-Pacific announced in November 2017 that it plans to shut down several operations at its Camas mill.

January 31, 2018, 10:50am Business

Despite looming layoffs, the local head of the union representing papermakers in Camas is hopeful they will land on their feet. Read story

After almost a decade in limbo, the Black Pearl at the Port of Camas-Washougal may finally open for business as an events center this year. Kim Sherertz, left, and son Cole chat on the second floor in front of its sweeping views of the Columbia River.

Late businessman’s family aims to make Washougal site an events center

After almost a decade in limbo, the Black Pearl at the Port of Camas-Washougal may finally open for business as an events center this year. Kim Sherertz, left, and son Cole chat on the second floor in front of its sweeping views of the Columbia River.

January 28, 2018, 6:00am Business

WASHOUGAL — Bill Sherertz had vision. Those who knew him say he often saw opportunities before others. Read story

Attorney Jill Kurtz, who died Sunday, was also an avid gardener, equestrian and a mainstay of numerous community organizations.

Battle Ground attorney who donated her time dies at 63

Attorney Jill Kurtz, who died Sunday, was also an avid gardener, equestrian and a mainstay of numerous community organizations.

January 26, 2018, 4:08pm Business

Jill Kurtz, an attorney known for being a sleeves-rolled-up leader in many community clubs in north Clark County, died of a pulmonary embolism Sunday at her home in Battle Ground. She was 63. Read story