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Salmon Creek chiropractor’s office subject of complaints before COVID-19 exposure

September 17, 2020, 7:04pm Business

Three months before Bridge Chiropractic in Salmon Creek exposed more than 300 people to coronavirus, complaints started to trickle in to the state Department of Health. Read story

Clark County jobless claims fall, but more slowly

September 17, 2020, 6:04pm Business

Unemployment insurance claims in Clark County continued a downward trend last week, but the rate of decline is slowing. Read story

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Workforce Southwest Washington gets funding for virus worker relief

September 18, 2020, 6:04am Business

Workforce Southwest Washington announced Thursday that it has been awarded more than $2.25 million from three U.S. Department of Labor Dislocated Worker Grants to support workers in Clark, Cowlitz and Wahkiakum counties who have been laid off due to COVID-19. Read story

CREDC business relief grant deadline today

September 18, 2020, 6:00am Business

The Columbia River Economic Development Council announced this week that it has extended the application deadline for the Clark County Main Street Support Program. Applications will be accepted through today. Read story

39 of 42 Burgerville restaurants reopen

September 17, 2020, 6:09pm Business

Vancouver-based fast food chain Burgerville announced Thursday that it has reopened 39 of its 42 locations for drive-thru service. Read story

A "For Sale" sign is posted outside a home on Northeast 133rd Way on Thursday morning.

Shortage of inventory hikes Clark County real estate prices

A "For Sale" sign is posted outside a home on Northeast 133rd Way on Thursday morning.

September 17, 2020, 4:18pm Business

Clark County’s residential housing market saw drops in closed sales and new listings in August, coupled with a continued rise in pending sales that contributed to a continuing shortage of market inventory. Read story

Beaches restaurant has had revenue cut in half as customers wouldn't sit outside with the recent wildfire smoke. The issue of unavailable outdoor seating will likely plague restaurants once the weather starts getting cold, windy and rainy.

Plight thickens for Clark County restaurants

Beaches restaurant has had revenue cut in half as customers wouldn't sit outside with the recent wildfire smoke. The issue of unavailable outdoor seating will likely plague restaurants once the weather starts getting cold, windy and rainy.

September 17, 2020, 6:04am Business

This past week, smoke lingering in Clark County has given restaurants a bitter taste of the lost business they’re expecting when outdoor seating disappears in the colder months to come. Read story

ZoomInfo co-founder and CEO Henry Schuck earned a spot on Fortune Magazine's "40 under 40" list this month. The Vancouver-based company has adapted its product and culture to the pandemic in many ways while growing at a fast pace.

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo stays fast on its feet amid virus

ZoomInfo co-founder and CEO Henry Schuck earned a spot on Fortune Magazine's "40 under 40" list this month. The Vancouver-based company has adapted its product and culture to the pandemic in many ways while growing at a fast pace.

September 16, 2020, 6:02am Business

Like nearly all 1,432 employees at Vancouver-based ZoomInfo, co-founder and CEO Henry Schuck on Thursday sat behind his home-office desk, where he’s been conducting a changing business, now worth billions of dollars since the company’s first public stock offering in June. Read story

Clark County businesses have more time to apply for grant

September 16, 2020, 5:58am Clark County Business

Mercy Corps Northwest announced Friday that it has extended the deadline for a small-business relief grant program that the agency is providing in partnership with Clark County and the city of Vancouver. Read story

Vancouver-based Burgerville announces reopening of drive-thrus at six locations

September 16, 2020, 5:56am Clark County Business

Vancouver-based fast-food chain Burgerville announced Tuesday that it has reopened six of its restaurants for drive-thru service, although the majority remain closed due to poor air quality. Read story