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Seidy Selivanow rehearses at her Kafiex Lab in Vancouver for the U.S. Coffee Championships. “I make a connection with the whole entire coffee chain,” she said.

Barista, co-owner of Vancouver’s Kafiex strives for top honors at U.S. Coffee Championshipsvideo icon

Seidy Selivanow rehearses at her Kafiex Lab in Vancouver for the U.S. Coffee Championships. “I make a connection with the whole entire coffee chain,” she said.

April 14, 2023, 6:02am Business

Amid the thrum of the bean grinder, the hiss of the steam wand and the drip of espresso at Kafiex Lab in Vancouver, Seidy Selivanow began yet another rehearsal of a coffee-creating performance she has been perfecting for months. Read story

Cascadia and Romano development companies released plans for a large multi-building development to the east of 192nd street and north of state Highway 14.

East Clark County mixed-use development to feature ‘open-air lifestyle’

Cascadia and Romano development companies released plans for a large multi-building development to the east of 192nd street and north of state Highway 14.

April 1, 2023, 6:04am Business

New plans for a large 12-building development in the Columbia Palisades show an “open-air lifestyle” space with many walkable pathways and underground parking on the 14.5-acre site. Read story

Battle Ground High School students raise funds to aid classmate

March 31, 2023, 6:01am Clark County Health

Students at Battle Ground High School raised nearly $3,000 at the annual Best of Battle Ground show on Saturday. The money will go toward the surgery and recovery for 15-year-old Luke Montei, who has a heart condition called hypoplastic left heart syndrome. Read story

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board's compliance checks are nearly back to the pre-pandemic status.

Liquor, cannabis compliance checks in Vancouver set to return to pre-pandemic levels

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board's compliance checks are nearly back to the pre-pandemic status.

March 16, 2023, 4:35pm Business

After years of struggles with reduced staffing, officials with the Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board’s Vancouver branch say they are returning to pre-pandemic levels of enforcement. Read story

Donuts receive a sprinkle of powdered sugar before leaving the kitchen at Cecilia.

Amaro’s Table owners set to debut Vancouver breakfast spot

Donuts receive a sprinkle of powdered sugar before leaving the kitchen at Cecilia.

March 12, 2023, 6:00am Business

The owners of Amaro’s Table are opening a breakfast restaurant, called Cecilia, at the former Lapellah and Saap space in Vancouver on March 20. Read story

Construction bustles at the Waterfront Vancouver, which developer Barry Cain says could be built out earlier than expected. Cain said that $999 million worth of development has or will occur on the site through 2024, with another $530 million worth by 2030.

Waterfront Vancouver construction about two-thirds complete

Construction bustles at the Waterfront Vancouver, which developer Barry Cain says could be built out earlier than expected. Cain said that $999 million worth of development has or will occur on the site through 2024, with another $530 million worth by 2030.

February 14, 2023, 6:04am Business

The 24.64 acre Waterfront Vancouver is about two-thirds finished, and every block could be developed by 2030, maybe even a year or two early. Read story

Nautilus headquarters in Vancouver.

Vancouver fitness company Nautilus plans to lay off 15 percent of staff as revenues plummet

Nautilus headquarters in Vancouver.

February 10, 2023, 12:26pm Business

Vancouver fitness equipment company Nautilus plans to lay off 15 percent of its employees due to declining revenue, according to a company statement. Read story

BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse on Hayden Island is closing

February 9, 2023, 5:59am Business

Another Hayden Island restaurant, BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse, is closing, according to Portland news outlet KGW. The restaurant’s owners didn’t cite a specific reason. Read story

An artist's rendering shows an eight-story, 829-space parking garage planned at The Waterfront Vancouver development. The garage will also include 10,500 square feet of retail space and 83 parking spaces allocated for electric vehicle charging stations.

Construction to begin on parking garage at The Waterfront Vancouver

An artist's rendering shows an eight-story, 829-space parking garage planned at The Waterfront Vancouver development. The garage will also include 10,500 square feet of retail space and 83 parking spaces allocated for electric vehicle charging stations.

February 8, 2023, 4:39pm Business

A new parking garage at The Waterfront Vancouver is set to begin construction as soon as next week. Read story

Workers for State Grid, China's state utility company, work in the field using RealWear's headset.(Contributed photo)

Vancouver’s RealWear to go public, merge with Seattle company

Workers for State Grid, China's state utility company, work in the field using RealWear's headset.(Contributed photo)

February 7, 2023, 10:21am Business

Vancouver-based tech company RealWear will become a publicly traded company this year and will also merge with Seattle-based Cascadia Acquisition Corp., according to a news release from both companies. Read story