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Columbian Associate Editor

SEH America in east Vancouver is planning a major expansion of its wafer manufacturing facility.

SEH America plans 300,000-square-foot expansion to Vancouver campus

SEH America in east Vancouver is planning a major expansion of its wafer manufacturing facility.

August 12, 2022, 11:21am Business

SEH America Inc. is planning a major expansion of its silicon chip manufacturing operation in Vancouver, according to preliminary documents filed with the city of Vancouver. Read story

The City of Vancouver's Waterfront Gateway development with four new buildings aims to be its own district and also connect Esther Short Park to The Waterfront Vancouver.

Vancouver City Council studies proposed Waterfront Gateway Project

The City of Vancouver's Waterfront Gateway development with four new buildings aims to be its own district and also connect Esther Short Park to The Waterfront Vancouver.

August 12, 2022, 6:01am Business

The parking lots and grass fields around Vancouver City Hall are going to drastically change into four buildings with 420 new apartments — including 100 in the “affordable” category — office space, retail and parking structures. Read story

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Camas accountant to be sentenced for tax fraud, tax evasion

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August 4, 2022, 4:40pm Business

Camas accountant Drew Q. Miller is due to be sentenced Oct. 17 in U.S. District Court for personal tax fraud, making false statements and tax evasion. Read story

Co-owner Mark Doleski works behind the scenes at Fortside Brewing Company in Vancouver while his partner, Mike DiFabio, looks on. Fortside is joining a lawsuit that aims to make the Oregon beer market easier to access.

Vancouver-based Fortside Brewing Co. sues Oregon over beer distribution

Co-owner Mark Doleski works behind the scenes at Fortside Brewing Company in Vancouver while his partner, Mike DiFabio, looks on. Fortside is joining a lawsuit that aims to make the Oregon beer market easier to access.

July 28, 2022, 6:03am Business

Vancouver-based Fortside Brewing Co. is joining a lawsuit seeking to allow easier, more affordable distribution of Washington beer into Oregon. The suit also challenges Oregon’s restrictions that don’t allow Washington brewers to ship beer directly to Oregon residents. Read story

Construction crews continue the demolition of the former Red Lion at the Quay hotel on Wednesday, July 6, 2022 on the Vancouver waterfront.

Clark County employers add 1,300 jobs in June

Construction crews continue the demolition of the former Red Lion at the Quay hotel on Wednesday, July 6, 2022 on the Vancouver waterfront.

July 26, 2022, 5:56pm Business

Clark County employers added a massive 1,300 new jobs in June, adjusted for seasonal changes, according to figures released Tuesday by the Employment Security Department. Read story

Costco has submitted plans to build a new warehouse store in Ridgefield.(Amanda Cowan/The Columbian files)

Costco plans to build Ridgefield location near Interstate 5

Costco has submitted plans to build a new warehouse store in Ridgefield.(Amanda Cowan/The Columbian files)

July 19, 2022, 11:56am Business

Costco is planning to build a warehouse store in Ridgefield alongside Interstate 5, just north of Pioneer Street, according to new plans submitted to the City of Ridgefield. Read story

The Daniels Apartments will be three stories, have 20 units and 17 parking spots. It is likely to begin construction at the beginning of 2023 and be finished by the end of that year.

More studio apartments coming to downtown Vancouver

The Daniels Apartments will be three stories, have 20 units and 17 parking spots. It is likely to begin construction at the beginning of 2023 and be finished by the end of that year.

July 17, 2022, 6:05am Business

A new three-story, 20-studio apartment complex is going to rise in downtown Vancouver, aiming to help fill the need for more housing at a relatively lower cost. Read story

C-Tran CEO Shawn Donaghy annual salary raised to $216,418

July 16, 2022, 5:16am Clark County News

The C-Tran board of directors approved a 7 percent salary increase for CEO Shawn Donaghy, bringing his annual pay from $202,260 to $216,418. Read story

Biotech company CytoDyn, headquartered at 1111 Main Street, pictured, said in March that it was about to start testing a coronavirus treatment drug. The company says it expects clinical trial results by the end of July.

CytoDyn names Arman as company president

Biotech company CytoDyn, headquartered at 1111 Main Street, pictured, said in March that it was about to start testing a coronavirus treatment drug. The company says it expects clinical trial results by the end of July.

July 14, 2022, 6:03am Business

CytoDyn announced on Wednesday that it has appointed a new president, Dr. Cyrus Arman, effective July 9. Read story

Trucks commonly use the Interstate 5 Bridge, but frequent congestion slows movement of freight.

Portland City Council, Port of Portland unanimously vote for I-5 Bridge plan

Trucks commonly use the Interstate 5 Bridge, but frequent congestion slows movement of freight.

July 13, 2022, 4:30pm Business

The Portland City Council and the Port of Portland have each voted to move the Interstate Bridge Replacement Program’s modified locally preferred alternative plan forward, bringing the early draft — with plenty of room for changes — closer to the environmental testing phase. Read story