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Above, Chad Mackay, CEO of El Gaucho, shares details about the multiple restaurants while standing inside the Witness Tree bar at Kirkland Tower and Hotel Indigo.

Kirkland Tower, Hotel Indigo to soon open at The Waterfront Vancouver

Above, Chad Mackay, CEO of El Gaucho, shares details about the multiple restaurants while standing inside the Witness Tree bar at Kirkland Tower and Hotel Indigo.

September 14, 2022, 6:04am Business

Perched high atop The Waterfront Vancouver, Kirkland Tower’s top-floor condo allows Dean Kirkland to peer down on the bustling new development. Read story

Fibre Federal Credit Union expands services offered in Woodland

September 13, 2022, 4:57pm Business

As housing development booms near Woodland, Fibre Federal Credit Union is expanding its mortgage services to reach new customers. Read story

Shopper Lyubov Igumnov of Vancouver leaves Bi-Zi Farms with a cart full of fresh produce on Monday afternoon. The farm is gearing up to celebrate its 150th anniversary with an event on Sunday.

Clark County’s Bi-Zi Farms to celebrate 150th anniversary

Shopper Lyubov Igumnov of Vancouver leaves Bi-Zi Farms with a cart full of fresh produce on Monday afternoon. The farm is gearing up to celebrate its 150th anniversary with an event on Sunday.

September 13, 2022, 6:02am Business

One of Clark County’s few remaining centennial farms has reached a major milestone. The Zimmerman family and Bi-Zi Farms will celebrate 150 years of farming on Sunday with a special anniversary party open to the public. Read story

With a lifelong passion for rowing and years of experience as a coach, Conor Bullis is excited to share the sport with the newest generation of Clark County rowers.

Working in Clark County: Conor Bullis, Vancouver Lake Rowing Club

With a lifelong passion for rowing and years of experience as a coach, Conor Bullis is excited to share the sport with the newest generation of Clark County rowers.

September 12, 2022, 6:05am Business

With the summer season drawing to a close, outdoor enthusiasts around Clark County are looking to chase the sun and have one last adventure before the autumn rains set in. Vancouver locals are particularly in luck as they needn’t look far for the perfect patch of water for summer’s final… Read story

The Eviction Resolution Pilot Program took effect in Clark County in December 2020. Community Mediation Services, the organization that carries out the program in the county, experienced an influx of cases last November when the state's pandemic protections for tenants ended. Community Mediation Services does outreach to tenants facing eviction providing information about the program.

Demand outpaces resources in Clark County as post-pandemic evictions climb

The Eviction Resolution Pilot Program took effect in Clark County in December 2020. Community Mediation Services, the organization that carries out the program in the county, experienced an influx of cases last November when the state's pandemic protections for tenants ended. Community Mediation Services does outreach to tenants facing eviction providing information about the program.

September 11, 2022, 6:05am Business

When Washington’s eviction ban ended in June 2021, residents braced for an eviction “tsunami” due to unpaid rent that had piled up during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read story

Michele Uplinger, left, of Ridgefield, steps onto the deck of the Oak View home at the GRO Parade of Homes in Ridgefield on Friday. The builder for Oak View is Glavin Homes. The home is named for the large oak tree in the backyard.

Ridgefield Parade of Homes features design that looks like a million bucks

Michele Uplinger, left, of Ridgefield, steps onto the deck of the Oak View home at the GRO Parade of Homes in Ridgefield on Friday. The builder for Oak View is Glavin Homes. The home is named for the large oak tree in the backyard.

September 10, 2022, 6:03am Business

Walking into the GRO Parade of Homes neighborhood, I was struck by just how grand and yet distinct each of the six houses were. Read story

DuckTales, which was at 612 North Devine Road, announced its closure Sept. 6.

Vancouver restaurant DuckTales Kitchen closes, cites difficulty overcoming COVID challenge

DuckTales, which was at 612 North Devine Road, announced its closure Sept. 6.

September 9, 2022, 6:07am Business

The Vancouver restaurant DuckTales Kitchen closed its doors for the last time Tuesday. Read story

Massage therapist Jessica Sanchez-Harper prepares a therapy room for the next client at WellSpace in southeast Vancouver. "This really is invented," said Vince Williams, the company's co-owner and CEO. WellSpace uses a gymlike membership model to provide rentable treatment rooms for massage therapists.

New Vancouver venture WellSpace helps massage therapists grow their business

Massage therapist Jessica Sanchez-Harper prepares a therapy room for the next client at WellSpace in southeast Vancouver. "This really is invented," said Vince Williams, the company's co-owner and CEO. WellSpace uses a gymlike membership model to provide rentable treatment rooms for massage therapists.

September 8, 2022, 6:02am Business

When massage therapists graduate from school, they traditionally have had two career paths: go to work for another business or go to work for themselves. Read story

Gabe Durate, a residential garbage truck driver with Waste Connections, collects garbage in an east Vancouver neighborhood in 2019.

Waste Connections says service disruptions in Clark County to be fixed shortly

Gabe Durate, a residential garbage truck driver with Waste Connections, collects garbage in an east Vancouver neighborhood in 2019.

September 8, 2022, 6:01am Business

Clark County residents living in Battle Ground, Yacolt and La Center may have noticed some disruptions to their trash and recycling collection in the past month, but those troubles should be fixed soon according to Waste Connections of Washington. Read story

The Port of Ridgefield's waterfront property stretches along Lake River. The port is considering what to do next with the property now that the years-long environmental cleanup is complete.

Port of Ridgefield considers possibilities for waterfront development after cleanup complete

The Port of Ridgefield's waterfront property stretches along Lake River. The port is considering what to do next with the property now that the years-long environmental cleanup is complete.

September 7, 2022, 6:06am Business

After decades of environmental cleanup, the Port of Ridgefield’s 40-acre waterfront property is ready to be redeveloped. Now that the property is suitable for use, the port has been asking what to do with the property. Read story