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Remember Land Executive Director Elliot Rasenick became interested in Recompose and was interested in the cultural impact of composting commingled human remains compared to burying a person in the ground in one spot "where we pretend we can extend home ownership in perpetuity," he said.

From dust to dust — to compost in Clark County

Remember Land Executive Director Elliot Rasenick became interested in Recompose and was interested in the cultural impact of composting commingled human remains compared to burying a person in the ground in one spot "where we pretend we can extend home ownership in perpetuity," he said.

December 5, 2021, 6:05am Business

Remember Land only site in world restoring wildlife habitat with mulch commingled with human remains Read story

Julian Gomez, 5, left, works with teacher Sandy Becker, red mask, as he learns the letters of the alphabet at Jack and Jill House on Thursday morning. The day care is one of Clark County's 86 licensed child care centers.

Clark County, Southwest Washington child care in crisis

Julian Gomez, 5, left, works with teacher Sandy Becker, red mask, as he learns the letters of the alphabet at Jack and Jill House on Thursday morning. The day care is one of Clark County's 86 licensed child care centers.

December 4, 2021, 6:01am Business

In early 2020, Educational Service District 112 was serving more than twice the number of students in its child care and early education centers than it is today. Read story

Tens of millions of Comcast cable customers will see their bills rise 3 percent nationwide, on average.

Comcast to increase rates for Clark County subscribers an average of 3%

Tens of millions of Comcast cable customers will see their bills rise 3 percent nationwide, on average.

December 3, 2021, 6:02am Business

Comcast subscribers will see their rates increase soon, with the average monthly bill expected to rise by 3 percent nationally, according to the company. Read story

Sen. Murray, Vancouver Housing Authority discuss American Rescue Plan Act

December 2, 2021, 6:33pm Business

Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., met with the Vancouver Housing Authority, local housing providers and federal housing relief recipients Thursday to discuss how the American Rescue Plan Act benefitted Clark County. Read story

Shoppers come and go outside of Chuck's Produce & Street Market's east Vancouver location on Wednesday morning. Both locations of the popular local grocery store are listed for sale.

Both Chuck’s Produce locations for sale

Shoppers come and go outside of Chuck's Produce & Street Market's east Vancouver location on Wednesday morning. Both locations of the popular local grocery store are listed for sale.

December 2, 2021, 6:05am Business

Chuck’s Produce & Street Market’s two locations are for sale. Both businesses and real estate are included, according to an online listing. Read story

Collin Petersen of Vancouver walks around a Boy Scout-run Christmas tree lot Tuesday at Chase Bank on Northwest 78th Street.

Clark County’s Christmas tree supply is cut down

Collin Petersen of Vancouver walks around a Boy Scout-run Christmas tree lot Tuesday at Chase Bank on Northwest 78th Street.

December 2, 2021, 6:04am Business

Late-season shoppers may have a hard time finding a Christmas tree this year. Because of shipping delays and shortages, both live and artificial trees are expected to cost more and sell out sooner. Read story

Clark County Public Health seeks nominees for Green Awards

December 2, 2021, 6:03am Business

Clark County Public Health is accepting nominations for the 2022 Green Awards, an annual celebration and awards program recognizing leaders in environmental sustainability. Read story

Clark County to host public meeting on housing plan

December 2, 2021, 6:01am Business

Clark County will host a public meeting at 6 p.m. Dec. 14 to review recommendations on its draft Housing Action Plan. Area residents are encouraged to attend and offer feedback on the project and recommendations. Read story

A rendering for Block One shows the proposed 10-story office building. Plans for Blocks One and Two of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal One show an office building and four residential towers along the city's waterfront.

Offices, apartments eyed for east end of Waterfront Vancouver development

A rendering for Block One shows the proposed 10-story office building. Plans for Blocks One and Two of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal One show an office building and four residential towers along the city's waterfront.

December 1, 2021, 6:03am Business

Initial plans released for the Port of Vancouver’s Blocks One and Two along the city’s waterfront show the areas may soon be home to a 10-story office building and four luxury apartment towers planned to hold 200 units, according to project plans submitted to the city of Vancouver. Read story

Clark County offers rental assistance

November 30, 2021, 6:02am Business

Clark County will accept applications for 400 households to receive rental assistance, including arrears, beginning at 6 p.m. Wednesday. Read story