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The 75-foot mast of the Grant Street Pier was installed this week. Galvanized steel cables running from the pier through the mast and into the ground will keep the pier aloft.

Pier mast rises at The Waterfront Vancouver

The 75-foot mast of the Grant Street Pier was installed this week. Galvanized steel cables running from the pier through the mast and into the ground will keep the pier aloft.

October 25, 2017, 5:15pm Business

One of the biggest flourishes of The Waterfront Vancouver is coming together. Read story

With school back in session, employment through local governments grew by 1,500 jobs in September in Clark County.

Clark County’s unemployment rate dips to 4.5 percent in September

With school back in session, employment through local governments grew by 1,500 jobs in September in Clark County.

October 24, 2017, 5:48pm Business

Autumn may be the season of change, but much stayed the same for the local economy, according to the latest report from the Employment Security Department. Read story

Graciela Gomez Cowger is the first female CEO of Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt.

Ridgefield lawyer to lead Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt

Graciela Gomez Cowger is the first female CEO of Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt.

October 24, 2017, 6:05am Business

As a patent attorney with clients at the cutting edge of tech, Graciela Gomez Cowger said she’s often humbled at work. Read story

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App aims to streamline estate planning and posthumous donations

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October 22, 2017, 6:03am Business

It was clear Helen Zou was compelled to help others when, at age 5, she learned about the death of one of her favorite TV personalities and declared she would cure cancer. Read story

Vancouver’s Columbia River Logistics to close

October 20, 2017, 6:27pm Business

The closure of a paper mill in West Linn, Ore. will also doom a Vancouver pulp transport company. Read story

Why Racing Events announced Friday that it has a new marathon, half-marathon and 5K on the books for September 2018. The new event will be a qualifier for the Boston Marathon.

Vancouver USA Marathon replacement in the wings

Why Racing Events announced Friday that it has a new marathon, half-marathon and 5K on the books for September 2018. The new event will be a qualifier for the Boston Marathon.

October 20, 2017, 5:29pm Clark County News

A replacement for the Vancouver USA Marathon is on its mark and ready to go. Read story

Perfect Co., a maker of smart scales and software for making precise recipes, will mix its technology with NutriBullet’s to create a new smart blender going on sale during the holidays.

Vancouver smart scale company Perfect Co. partnering with NutriBullet

Perfect Co., a maker of smart scales and software for making precise recipes, will mix its technology with NutriBullet’s to create a new smart blender going on sale during the holidays.

October 19, 2017, 4:50pm Business

A partnership with a popular blender brand could be a recipe for success for one Vancouver tech company. Read story

Anthony Vendetti of Vancouver, center in navy blue, waits in line to place his order at The Mighty Bowl’s restaurant in downtown Vancouver. The new restaurant will be open Monday through Friday.

Doors opening for Mighty Bowl in downtown Vancouvervideo icon

Anthony Vendetti of Vancouver, center in navy blue, waits in line to place his order at The Mighty Bowl’s restaurant in downtown Vancouver. The new restaurant will be open Monday through Friday.

October 17, 2017, 5:30pm Business

For five years, The Mighty Bowl has been a hero of the local food scene, doling out rice-and-bean bowls from a food truck and, later, a downtown walk-up window. But you might say it always had a kryptonite — seating. Read story

The Banfield Pet Hospital.

Banfield Pet Hospital announces executive hire

The Banfield Pet Hospital.

October 16, 2017, 6:00am Business

Vancouver veterinary company Banfield Pet Hospital announced today it has hired a chief information officer. Read story

C.J. Barton, working for a subcontractor for Killian Pacific, lends a hand as work continues to build a new office park on Columbia House Boulevard. Thousands of tech and life science workers here could turn the area into a tech hub.

Big things heading to Lower Grand

C.J. Barton, working for a subcontractor for Killian Pacific, lends a hand as work continues to build a new office park on Columbia House Boulevard. Thousands of tech and life science workers here could turn the area into a tech hub.

October 15, 2017, 6:07am Business

When Jamie Erdman first saw Grand Central, she wasn’t really sure what to make of it. The brick shopping plaza was near where state Highway 14 and Interstate 5 converge. By car, it was one minute from downtown Vancouver. Read story