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Silagy Sauces spice up dinner and make good gifts.

Clark County shops, eateries offer edible gifts galore

Silagy Sauces spice up dinner and make good gifts.

December 17, 2021, 6:09am Business

Disrupted global supply chains make getting thoughtful gifts to friends and family in time for the holidays more complicated this year. Many presents ordered online will sit at the ports well into January. Fortunately, the shelves at Vancouver businesses are well-stocked with locally made food and drink gifts for everyone… Read story

A concept rendering shows the planned "Aegis Phase II" portion of a project to rehabilitate the Providence Academy building and redevelop part of the campus. The plans for the proposed garden expansion are only conceptual, but the Sacred Heart Garden that sits in front of the academy will be preserved.

Providence Academy garden to get fresh look

A concept rendering shows the planned "Aegis Phase II" portion of a project to rehabilitate the Providence Academy building and redevelop part of the campus. The plans for the proposed garden expansion are only conceptual, but the Sacred Heart Garden that sits in front of the academy will be preserved.

December 17, 2021, 6:07am Business

A revived and expanded garden will grace the front of Providence Academy in Vancouver. The 148-year-old building is owned by The Historic Trust, which submitted plans to the City of Vancouver for the garden area, as well as parking lot improvements. Read story

Planes are parked near the runway at Pearson Field in March 2019.

Pearson Field to receive federal funds

Planes are parked near the runway at Pearson Field in March 2019.

December 17, 2021, 6:03am Business

Vancouver’s Pearson Field is set to receive $159,000 in federal infrastructure funding to improve its safety, security and volume. Read story

Kirkland Tower, left, the nearly completed condo tower at The Waterfront Vancouver, is pictured with Hotel Indigo at The Waterfront Vancouver. The two projects from Vancouver-based Kirkland Development are being built together but will function as separate buildings.

Coffee shop, beauty company planned for Vancouver waterfront

Kirkland Tower, left, the nearly completed condo tower at The Waterfront Vancouver, is pictured with Hotel Indigo at The Waterfront Vancouver. The two projects from Vancouver-based Kirkland Development are being built together but will function as separate buildings.

December 16, 2021, 6:25pm Business

A new coffee shop and a beauty treatment company are set to join The Waterfront Vancouver’s Kirkland Tower, and the building and businesses are set to open in the spring. Read story

Students learn the days of the week at Jack and Jill Daycare. If passed, the child care plan in the Build Back Better Act would make care more accessible and affordable through subsidies.

Sen. Murray says child care provisions in Build Back Better Act will benefit Washington families

Students learn the days of the week at Jack and Jill Daycare. If passed, the child care plan in the Build Back Better Act would make care more accessible and affordable through subsidies.

December 16, 2021, 6:03am Business

Child care in America has been a silent crisis for years. Read story

Olivia Hill, 11, left; her father, Jeffrey; and her sister Charlotte, 8, shoot a preview video for Columbia Dance's historical version of "The Nutcracker" at Fort Vancouver.
Jim Barr, chief executive officer of Nautilus, talks about connected fitness, post-pandemic workouts and the future of the Vancouver-based company. "People have really profoundly changed their attitudes and actual behaviors toward home fitness in a positive way," he said.

Pandemic made Nautilus stronger

Jim Barr, chief executive officer of Nautilus, talks about connected fitness, post-pandemic workouts and the future of the Vancouver-based company. "People have really profoundly changed their attitudes and actual behaviors toward home fitness in a positive way," he said.

December 15, 2021, 6:04am Business

Nautilus had a tough year in 2019. Staff were laid off, executives resigned and the company’s stock prices plummeted to less than $2 per share. Read story

Sales manager Tony Pryor looks over the interior of a 2021 Ford Bronco while posing for a media photo at Vancouver Ford on Tuesday morning.

Clark County’s sales tax revenue up

Sales manager Tony Pryor looks over the interior of a 2021 Ford Bronco while posing for a media photo at Vancouver Ford on Tuesday morning.

December 15, 2021, 6:02am Business

From wearing masks nearly everywhere to shortages of certain foods, electronics and household products, the pandemic brought with it a long list of annoyances in 2021. Read story

An ambulance passes PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center on Wednesday.

PeaceHealth honored as healthiest large employer in state, in top 100 nationwide

An ambulance passes PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center on Wednesday.

December 14, 2021, 5:06pm Business

For the fourth year in a row, Vancouver-based PeaceHealth was named one of the Healthiest 100 Workplaces in America and the healthiest employer in Washington for organizations with 5,000 or more employees. Read story

Conner Weber, bottom left, returns a volley at Padelhorn in Vancouver. Padelhorn is the first indoor pickleball-only business in Vancouver or Portland.

Indoor pickleball courts open in north-central Vancouver

Conner Weber, bottom left, returns a volley at Padelhorn in Vancouver. Padelhorn is the first indoor pickleball-only business in Vancouver or Portland.

December 14, 2021, 6:03am Business

Vancouver and Portland’s first indoor, dedicated pickleball courts opened in a brand new building in east Vancouver. Read story