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Vancouver-based ZoomInfo to resume in-person work

April 18, 2021, 6:02am Business

One of Clark County’s biggest employers, Vancouver-based marketing intelligence company ZoomInfo, announced last week that it will resume partial in-person work at all but one of its offices starting July… Read story

Port of Vancouver, importers of oversize cargo push for upgrades to I-84

April 17, 2021, 6:03am Business

The Port of Vancouver has spent the past few years positioning itself as a major import destination for wind energy components, touting its massive harbor cranes and large storage areas… Read story

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From top: Chicken teriyaki, sweet hot chicken teriyaki, rib-eye beef bulgogi, chicken bulgogi (Photos contributed by Gogi Grill)

‘Melting pot of Rice Time and Hana’ now Gogi Grill in Camas

From top: Chicken teriyaki, sweet hot chicken teriyaki, rib-eye beef bulgogi, chicken bulgogi (Photos contributed by Gogi Grill)

April 16, 2021, 6:03am Business

Contrary to popular belief, Hana in downtown Camas didn’t close. The space is still owned and operated by the Park family, which has been serving Korean food and teriyaki since 2017. Read story

Chatsworth, Calif.-based United Precision Corporation, a leading aerospace manufacturer, is planning to construct two manufacturing buildings in the Port of Camas-Washougal's industrial park over the course of the next several years.

Aerospace company coming to Port of Camas-Washougal

Chatsworth, Calif.-based United Precision Corporation, a leading aerospace manufacturer, is planning to construct two manufacturing buildings in the Port of Camas-Washougal's industrial park over the course of the next several years.

April 16, 2021, 6:02am Business

CAMAS — Port of Camas-Washougal leaders don’t sell their industrial park property very often, but an opportunity to bring one of the world’s leading aerospace manufacturers to Clark County was too good to pass up. Read story

Health Worker Report

April 15, 2021, 3:25pm Clark County Business

The Health Systems Quality Assurance Division of the state Department of Health recently took disciplinary actions or has withdrawn charges against these Clark County health care providers. Read story

Russell Hines of Brothers Concrete Inc., foreground, helps to build a triplex at the 2 Creeks development in Camas on Wednesday. Clark County's housing market is facing a record low supply, and industry professionals say it's not that new listings have dried up or the pace of building has slowed down - it's just that there's no way to keep up with the current level of demand.

Clark County supply of homes can’t keep up with ongoing demand

Russell Hines of Brothers Concrete Inc., foreground, helps to build a triplex at the 2 Creeks development in Camas on Wednesday. Clark County's housing market is facing a record low supply, and industry professionals say it's not that new listings have dried up or the pace of building has slowed down - it's just that there's no way to keep up with the current level of demand.

April 14, 2021, 7:10pm Business

New residential listings couldn’t keep up with home sales in Southwest Washington last month, pushing Clark County’s remaining inventory to a new record low. The latest report from the Regional Multiple Listing Service estimated the region had only half a month’s worth of inventory. Read story

Money management firm Fisher Investments has a 150-acre campus located in Camas.

Lawsuit: Fisher Investments violated federal telemarketing law

Money management firm Fisher Investments has a 150-acre campus located in Camas.

April 13, 2021, 5:07pm Business

Camas-based financial management firm Fisher Investments has been hit with a class-action lawsuit alleging that the company violated federal law by using an automated system to place telemarketing calls to prospective clients’ cellphones. The company disputes the allegations. Read story

A Vancouver programmer is part of a group that spent the pandemic creating and launching a new social network called Slyde.

Social network Slyde focuses on privacy

A Vancouver programmer is part of a group that spent the pandemic creating and launching a new social network called Slyde.

April 13, 2021, 6:04am Business

A team of local developers are trying to carve out a space in the crowded social media landscape with new app that they hope can set itself apart by focusing on a particular feature that has become a hot-button issue for many of the biggest social networks: privacy. Read story

The Columbia Palisades development, as seen from the bluff that lines the northern and eastern sides of the site. The eastern half of the former Fisher Quarry is poised to become a major development hub along the 192nd Avenue corridor.  At top, Romano Capital recently wrapped up work on the Westridge apartment complex, one of four projects that the company has been working on within the 192nd Avenue corridor. Company President Kess Romano said he sees the eastern corridor and Ridgefield as Clark County's two biggest development hot spots at the moment.

Vancouver’s 192nd corridor reimagined

The Columbia Palisades development, as seen from the bluff that lines the northern and eastern sides of the site. The eastern half of the former Fisher Quarry is poised to become a major development hub along the 192nd Avenue corridor.  At top, Romano Capital recently wrapped up work on the Westridge apartment complex, one of four projects that the company has been working on within the 192nd Avenue corridor. Company President Kess Romano said he sees the eastern corridor and Ridgefield as Clark County's two biggest development hot spots at the moment.

April 11, 2021, 6:05am Business

Commercial buildings and subdivisions line most of the length of 192nd Avenue today, but as recently as 30 years ago, none of that bustling corridor existed — not even the road itself. A viewer flying over today’s eastern edge of Vancouver in the early 1990s would have seen an expanse… Read story

The Washington Employment Security Department has a page on its website dedicated to those who have lost hours or wages due to COVID-19.

Clark County unemployment claims continue to fall

The Washington Employment Security Department has a page on its website dedicated to those who have lost hours or wages due to COVID-19.

April 11, 2021, 6:03am Business

The best statistic to reflect Clark County’s job market is the total continued unemployment insurance claims filed every week by residents. Thankfully, it continued a downward trend last week, according to Scott Bailey, regional labor economist for Southwest Washington. Claims fell from 14,585 to 14,537. Read story