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December 13, 2020, 6:03am Business

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A sign outside Beaches restaurant notifies customers of the state face mask mandate.

Beaches Restaurant offers free Christmas dinner on holiday

A sign outside Beaches restaurant notifies customers of the state face mask mandate.

December 12, 2020, 6:02am Business

Beaches Restaurant will be hosting a free traditional holiday dinner from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Christmas Day at WareHouse '23. Read story

Gene Biby, a native of Illinois, has worked as a professor of theater at Clark College for 10 years.

Working in Clark County: Gene Biby, Clark College theater professor

Gene Biby, a native of Illinois, has worked as a professor of theater at Clark College for 10 years.

December 12, 2020, 6:01am Business

Clark College theater professor Gene Biby says the theater community has one goal during the pandemic: to let people know they’re “not dead yet.” Read story

Construction work on a new railroad overpass continues in Ridgefield west of the intersection of Pioneer Street and Main Avenue on Monday morning.

Ridgefield rail overpass on track

Construction work on a new railroad overpass continues in Ridgefield west of the intersection of Pioneer Street and Main Avenue on Monday morning.

December 10, 2020, 6:01am Business

The Ridgefield overpass project should be completed by the end of next year, roughly two decades after its conception. Read story

Oscar Paniagua of Peninsula Glass, right, helps prepare an order for a customer while working with colleagues. Peninsula Glass was named 2020 Small Business of the Year by the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce.

Peninsula Glass celebrated, wins top award for small businesses

Oscar Paniagua of Peninsula Glass, right, helps prepare an order for a customer while working with colleagues. Peninsula Glass was named 2020 Small Business of the Year by the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce.

December 9, 2020, 6:04am Business

The path to success is clear for Peninsula Glass Company: “You could almost define what we do by what other people don’t do,” owner Tom Kemp said. Read story

Fidelity to open office at The Waterfront Vancouver

December 6, 2020, 5:59am Business

Lead Waterfront Vancouver developer Gramor Development announced last week that investment services firm Fidelity will move its Portland-area Fidelity Investor Center to a new office in the Murdock building at The Waterfront Vancouver. The new office is scheduled to open Dec. 7, according to a press release from Gramor. Read story

Christina Trautman, 35, assesses a patient by doing an abdominal exam. She assesses rib cage mobility and angle, tone of abdominals and checks breathing, among other things, to determine appropriate treatment for women experiencing pelvic floor issues. "Literally everything you do during the day it requires some type of pelvic floor function. All of those things require stabilization and support," Trautman said.

Working in Clark County: Christina Trautman, women’s health specialist

Christina Trautman, 35, assesses a patient by doing an abdominal exam. She assesses rib cage mobility and angle, tone of abdominals and checks breathing, among other things, to determine appropriate treatment for women experiencing pelvic floor issues. "Literally everything you do during the day it requires some type of pelvic floor function. All of those things require stabilization and support," Trautman said.

December 5, 2020, 5:03am Business

Since she was 7 years old, Christina Trautman had many issues with incontinence. At age 15, exhausted by the shame, she and her mother visited a gynecologist. But the doctor’s advice to the 15-year-old Trautman was something she wasn’t ready to do: have a baby. Read story

The homepage of the Washington State Employment Security Department.

Clark County food service jobs take big hit

The homepage of the Washington State Employment Security Department.

December 3, 2020, 7:25pm Business

The latest round of outdoor-dining-only restaurant restrictions led to sweeping service industry layoffs in the past two weeks, accounting for nearly all of Clark County’s jobless claim increases. Read story

Port of Vancouver approves 2021 budget

December 3, 2020, 6:02am Business

The Port of Vancouver commission unanimously approved its 2021 operating budget during its regular meeting last week. Read story

Claudette Derricotte discusses the issues of a potential rent increase at her manufactured home in Cascade Park Estates with her husband, Bobby. "I wanted to understand why," she said.

Cascade Park Estates residents face uncertain future as rents to rise in new year

Claudette Derricotte discusses the issues of a potential rent increase at her manufactured home in Cascade Park Estates with her husband, Bobby. "I wanted to understand why," she said.

December 3, 2020, 6:02am Business

Residents at Cascade Park Estates in east Vancouver received a notice on Sept. 29 that their rent would go up by $95 on Jan. 1 or as soon as possible after Washington’s moratorium on evictions and rent increases ends. Read story