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(The Columbian files)

Four-story apartments — 400 units total — proposed in Woodland

(The Columbian files)

May 10, 2022, 3:36pm Business

Woodland likely would reach its 20-year population estimate in half the time if a developer builds four-story apartments off Interstate 5’s Exit 22. Officials are temporarily turning away applications to build similar structures. Read story

Terry Aitken of Aitken's Salmon Creek Gardens looks over different types of irises growing in his fields on Wednesday afternoon. A past president of the American Iris Society, Aitken is a world-renowned hybridizer of irises.

Aitken’s Salmon Creek Gardens ready for iris bloom season

Terry Aitken of Aitken's Salmon Creek Gardens looks over different types of irises growing in his fields on Wednesday afternoon. A past president of the American Iris Society, Aitken is a world-renowned hybridizer of irises.

May 10, 2022, 6:04am Business

Because it’s been a cold and rainy spring, the iris blooms are later than usual at Aitken’s Salmon Creek Gardens, but owner Terry Aitken is enthusiastic about what the growing season will bring. Read story

Located at 7721 S.E. 17th St., the modern waterfront home has seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. It spans 13,686 square feet and features an indoor bowling alley, golf simulator, sports court, pool and a private dock.

DiscoverOrg co-founder’s Vancouver home hits market for $17M

Located at 7721 S.E. 17th St., the modern waterfront home has seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. It spans 13,686 square feet and features an indoor bowling alley, golf simulator, sports court, pool and a private dock.

May 10, 2022, 6:01am Business

Likely the second most expensive home to ever hit Clark County’s market was posted for $17 million, owned by the DiscoveryOrg co-founder Kirk Brown. Read story

Michael Perozzo, from left, and Cameron Johnson of Vice Beer chat with Eldy Prado of El Viejon Taqueria & Mariscos in the former Barlow's Brewing location in southeast Vancouver.

Vice Beer brewery aims to open this summer

Michael Perozzo, from left, and Cameron Johnson of Vice Beer chat with Eldy Prado of El Viejon Taqueria & Mariscos in the former Barlow's Brewing location in southeast Vancouver.

May 9, 2022, 5:49pm Clark County Business

A local brewer and a marketing business owner are starting a new brewery in Vancouver called Vice Beer, occupying the former Barlow’s Brewery near Mountain View High School. Read story

One thousand pounds of baled surgical blue wrap is prepared to be recycled. The material can be reused as hospital gowns, plastic washbasins and more.

PeaceHealth in Vancouver honored for sustainability initiative

One thousand pounds of baled surgical blue wrap is prepared to be recycled. The material can be reused as hospital gowns, plastic washbasins and more.

May 9, 2022, 6:05am Business

The United States health care industry is responsible for nearly 10 percent of national greenhouse gas emissions, according to a recent study from PLOS One, a peer-reviewed scientific journal. And if the global health care sector were a country, it would be the fifth largest greenhouse gas emitter on the… Read story

Vancouver-based Pacific Power Group wins $8M Coast Guard job

May 7, 2022, 6:03am Business

The Department of Homeland Security U.S. Coast Guard paid Vancouver-based Pacific Power Group $8 million to overhaul diesel engines on 154-foot Coast Guard cutters, according to a Thursday news release. Read story

Cooper Bates and Abbey Cockreham own and run Double Jump Video Games, a video game, movie and toy store.

Working in Clark County: Cooper Bates, Abbey Cockreham, co-owners of Double Jump Video Games

Cooper Bates and Abbey Cockreham own and run Double Jump Video Games, a video game, movie and toy store.

May 7, 2022, 6:03am Business

With a nearly 50-year history, video games pique the interest of players of nearly all ages. From lifelong, avid collectors to fresh faces looking to start a new hobby, Vancouver’s Double Jump Video Games strives to be a one-stop shop for all things nerdy. Read story

nLIGHT reports net loss for first quarter of 2022

May 7, 2022, 6:02am Business

Camas-based nLIGHT, which trades under the symbol LASR, reported a net loss of $8.6 million in its first quarter of 2022, according to its quarterly earnings report. Read story

Next Dough Neighbor owner Matthew Schultz used proceeds from closing out his shoe-importing business to buy the pop-up business from Josh and Ashley Grossman and create a doughnut shop in downtown Camas.

Pop-up doughnut shop puts down roots in Camas

Next Dough Neighbor owner Matthew Schultz used proceeds from closing out his shoe-importing business to buy the pop-up business from Josh and Ashley Grossman and create a doughnut shop in downtown Camas.

May 6, 2022, 6:04am Business

Popular doughnut pop-up Next Dough Neighbor has a new owner and a permanent space in downtown Camas in the spot that previously housed Goji Grill. Owner Matt Schultz hopes to open by late May or June. Read story

A truck driver travels northbound on the Interstate 5 Bridge in August 2021. Washington's hefty bill, Move Ahead Washington, secured $1 billion in funding for the I-5 Bridge replacement project.

I-5 Bridge project preferred alternative includes 1 auxiliary lane each way, light rail

A truck driver travels northbound on the Interstate 5 Bridge in August 2021. Washington's hefty bill, Move Ahead Washington, secured $1 billion in funding for the I-5 Bridge replacement project.

May 5, 2022, 11:38am Business

The Interstate Bridge Replacement Program announced its locally preferred alternative during Thursday’s executive steering group meeting. Read story