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McKenzie Grauer, 2, runs through rows of tulips while her mother, Brandie Grauer follows her on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at the Holland America Flower Gardens in Woodland. Dozens of people, including families, cyclists and Clark County residents roamed the grounds throughout the day. The Gardens include a show field, where tulips are observed and untouched, and a u-pick field where guests cut their own flowers for 50 cents each. The Gardens opened March 29 and run through Mother’s Day on May 9.

Taking time for tulips at Holland America Flower Gardens

McKenzie Grauer, 2, runs through rows of tulips while her mother, Brandie Grauer follows her on Tuesday, April 6, 2021, at the Holland America Flower Gardens in Woodland. Dozens of people, including families, cyclists and Clark County residents roamed the grounds throughout the day. The Gardens include a show field, where tulips are observed and untouched, and a u-pick field where guests cut their own flowers for 50 cents each. The Gardens opened March 29 and run through Mother’s Day on May 9.

April 6, 2021, 5:59pm Business

Acres of tulips are blooming at Holland America Flower Gardens at 1066 S. Pekin Road, south of Woodland. Read story

Construction work continues at Miles Terrace in Vancouver. The senior housing project is a partnership between the Vancouver Housing Authority and Ginn Group.

Vancouver-based Ginn Group takes on community-focused approach in new projects

Construction work continues at Miles Terrace in Vancouver. The senior housing project is a partnership between the Vancouver Housing Authority and Ginn Group.

April 6, 2021, 6:01am Business

Vancouver-based Ginn Group has become an outsized presence in just a few years by positioning itself as an aggressive builder of entry-level and workforce single-family homes at a time when Clark County is struggling with an inventory shortage and rising prices. Read story

Vancouver resident Eric Surface, left, shares drinks with Adam Young at The Grocery Cocktail & Social on Thursday in Vancouver.

Vancouver’s Street Eats program for outdoor dining extended for 3 years

Vancouver resident Eric Surface, left, shares drinks with Adam Young at The Grocery Cocktail & Social on Thursday in Vancouver.

April 5, 2021, 7:30pm Clark County Business

A program originally established to help keep restaurants in downtown Vancouver alive through the pandemic has proved so popular that city leaders decided to extend it for another three years. Read story

The Salted Caramel Cheesecake and the Mint Green Monster are two of the "Freak Shakes" offered by The Yard, a milkshake bar coming to the Waterfront Vancouver this summer.

Artisan milkshake bar The Yard coming to The Waterfront Vancouver

The Salted Caramel Cheesecake and the Mint Green Monster are two of the "Freak Shakes" offered by The Yard, a milkshake bar coming to the Waterfront Vancouver this summer.

April 5, 2021, 11:10am Business

A new artisan milkshake bar is coming to The Waterfront Vancouver this summer. Read story

An aerial view of Portland's Rose Quarter district. (Randy L.

Portland group sues over ODOT’s planned Rose Quarter expansion

An aerial view of Portland's Rose Quarter district. (Randy L.

April 5, 2021, 11:02am Business

Portland activist group No More Freeways announced Monday it has filed a lawsuit against the Oregon Department of Transportation’s planned Rose Quarter Improvement Project, which would add auxiliary lanes and shoulders to a stretch of Interstate 5 in Portland. Read story

The Webber Building, located at 400 Columbia St. in Vancouver, is pictured on Tuesday morning. The building is located on the Waterfront Gateway Properties, a city-owned piece of land due for a redevelopment.

Vancouver’s Waterfront Gateway has suitors

The Webber Building, located at 400 Columbia St. in Vancouver, is pictured on Tuesday morning. The building is located on the Waterfront Gateway Properties, a city-owned piece of land due for a redevelopment.

April 3, 2021, 2:38pm Business

The city of Vancouver is seeking a developer to transform 6.4 acres of land near City Hall into a pedestrian-friendly urban area with the same grandeur as the Waterfront Vancouver. Read story

Edward Eley, 45, opened Rollin Right Repairs in 2017. The store has been filled wall-to-wall with bikes during the pandemic. "I have no idea," he said when asked how many bikes were in the shop. "Enough so I have a walkway that I can get in and out. With the year I've had, that's fine with me because that's manageable.

Working in Clark County: Edward Eley, bicycle mechanic and owner of Rollin Right Repairs

Edward Eley, 45, opened Rollin Right Repairs in 2017. The store has been filled wall-to-wall with bikes during the pandemic. "I have no idea," he said when asked how many bikes were in the shop. "Enough so I have a walkway that I can get in and out. With the year I've had, that's fine with me because that's manageable.

April 3, 2021, 6:00am Business

Edward Eley might be one of the few with dirty hands during the pandemic. Read story

A new Floor & Decor is planned to be built at 11919 N.

Former Safeway on Hayden Island being demolished; flooring store to be built

A new Floor & Decor is planned to be built at 11919 N.

April 2, 2021, 2:16pm Business

The Hayden Island Safeway that closed in 2018 is being demolished to make way for a flooring store called Floor & Decor. Read story

Jeremy Young of Vancouver, left, places an order with cashier Amanda Eckert at the newly opened Kafiex Gastro Caf'e location at The Waterfront Vancouver.

New coffee shop perks up Waterfront Vancouver offerings

Jeremy Young of Vancouver, left, places an order with cashier Amanda Eckert at the newly opened Kafiex Gastro Caf'e location at The Waterfront Vancouver.

April 2, 2021, 6:04am Business

The Waterfront Vancouver’s first and only coffee shop has opened, providing an attraction to draw more people to the area during the earlier hours of the day. Read story

Workers from Andersen Construction help build a second building at the Vancouver Clinic's Salmon Creek campus. The building is the last and largest in a series of projects outlined in a strategic growth plan that the clinic adopted in 2015.

Vancouver Clinic’s second building at Salmon Creek under construction

Workers from Andersen Construction help build a second building at the Vancouver Clinic's Salmon Creek campus. The building is the last and largest in a series of projects outlined in a strategic growth plan that the clinic adopted in 2015.

April 2, 2021, 6:00am Business

Construction is already underway on the Vancouver Clinic’s next expansion, a $70 million building at its existing Salmon Creek campus. The project broke ground in February and will be the health care provider’s 12th local facility, including two that opened less than six months ago. Read story