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Jessie Leonetti, a budtender at Sticky’s Pot Shop, paints a sale announcement on the store’s window. The Hazel Dell pot shop will close soon after the state Supreme Court declined to hear their appeal to lift the ban on recreational marijuana sales in unincorporated Clark County.

Sticky’s Pot Shop to close

Jessie Leonetti, a budtender at Sticky’s Pot Shop, paints a sale announcement on the store’s window. The Hazel Dell pot shop will close soon after the state Supreme Court declined to hear their appeal to lift the ban on recreational marijuana sales in unincorporated Clark County.

July 12, 2018, 8:14pm Business

The case for Sticky’s Pot Shop officially ended this week, but the Hazel Dell shop’s owner now wants to make one final appeal: to the voters. Read story

Igloo Restaurant, which was a landmark Vancouver eatery, has closed its doors. The fate of the building, seen on Tuesday, remains uncertain.

Vancouver’s Igloo Restaurant closes

Igloo Restaurant, which was a landmark Vancouver eatery, has closed its doors. The fate of the building, seen on Tuesday, remains uncertain.

July 10, 2018, 4:38pm Business

The Igloo Restaurant closed down this spring, but it’s still unclear what will happen to the two-story, 2,200-square-foot building. Read story

The Jim Henson Company announced it will feature the creations of Vancouver-based Slumberkins in a new educational television series.

Vancouver doll company Slumberkins lands TV deal

The Jim Henson Company announced it will feature the creations of Vancouver-based Slumberkins in a new educational television series.

July 10, 2018, 6:02am Business

Slumberkins may have fallen short last fall on ABC’S “Shark Tank,” but it still apparently has the star power for television. Read story

Traffic moves along Northeast 179th Street and on Interstate 5. The interchange there is slated for redevelopment, and could lift a zoning overlay that landowners say has made property hard to sell or develop.

What does future hold for the 179th interchange?

Traffic moves along Northeast 179th Street and on Interstate 5. The interchange there is slated for redevelopment, and could lift a zoning overlay that landowners say has made property hard to sell or develop.

July 8, 2018, 6:01am Business

Jim Carlson knows his dream house is close at hand, if he can land the right deal. Read story

Shoppers at the NW’s Largest Garage Sale & Vintage Sale browse under a shaded stall at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds on Saturday. Organizers said there were 500 vendors there hoping to sell to thousands of shoppers.

Thrill of the hunt at garage, vintage sale

Shoppers at the NW’s Largest Garage Sale & Vintage Sale browse under a shaded stall at the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds on Saturday. Organizers said there were 500 vendors there hoping to sell to thousands of shoppers.

July 7, 2018, 7:37pm Clark County News

If one person’s trash is another’s treasure, then the NW’s Largest Garage Sale & Vintage Sale turned up on Saturday as a bargain hunter’s El Dorado. Read story

Several trucks burn early Saturday morning at a light industrial park on Southeast Columbia Way in Vancouver.

Trucks burn in Vancouver industrial park

Several trucks burn early Saturday morning at a light industrial park on Southeast Columbia Way in Vancouver.

July 7, 2018, 9:43am Clark County News

Four semitruck tractors and five trailers caught fire early Saturday morning, according to local officials, but details remain scant. Read story

Real estate agents seek flood insurance reform

July 7, 2018, 6:06am Business

Reforming federal flood insurance policies could help take pressure off of the housing market, local real estate agents say, and calls for change are rising. Read story

Blokable’s first housing unit arrived in Edmonds over the weekend. The Seattle-based housing and technology company manufactures the units in Vancouver.

Vancouver’s Blokable delivers, sets up first housing unit in Edmonds

Blokable’s first housing unit arrived in Edmonds over the weekend. The Seattle-based housing and technology company manufactures the units in Vancouver.

July 3, 2018, 6:02am Business

Blokable won’t reinvent the wheel, but its hopes to reinvent housing construction are officially rolling. Read story

Weighing how salaries stack up in the Vancouver-Portland area

July 1, 2018, 6:00am Business

A strong economy is starting to put more dollars in the hands of local workers, but some occupations are paying better than others. Read story

Homebuilders face fines for unlicensed hires

June 29, 2018, 10:38pm Business

Several construction companies in Clark County could be hit with citations for employing unlicensed tradespeople and subcontractors. Read story