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Discount available for some NW Natural customers

January 11, 2024, 5:58am Business

Qualifying NW Natural Washington customers are now eligible for up to 80 percent discounts on their natural gas bills. Read story

Clark County Public Health seeks Green Award nominees

January 11, 2024, 5:57am Business

Clark County Public Health is accepting nominations for its 2024 Green Awards. Read story

The Port of Ridgefield's waterfront property stretches along Lake River.

Port of Ridgefield considers tax increment financing to fund infrastructure projects

The Port of Ridgefield's waterfront property stretches along Lake River.

January 10, 2024, 6:14pm Business

The Port of Ridgefield could become the latest Clark County jurisdiction to turn to tax increment financing to fund its infrastructure projects, including along its Lake River waterfront. Read story

State Department of Ecology fines Washougal waste transfer facility $25,000 for violations

January 10, 2024, 6:06am Business

The Washington Department of Ecology fined a Washougal waste transfer facility for repeatedly violating dangerous waste regulations. Read story

Clark County Public Health accepts nominations for 2024 Green Awards

January 10, 2024, 5:56am Business

Clark County Public Health is accepting nominations for its 2024 Green Awards. Read story

Courtney and Ryan Self pass their toddler son, Hudson, between them at their Vancouver area home, where they run the small business HuddyBearCo. It sells clothing and toys for babies and toddlers. Hudson&rsquo;s premature birth inspired their give-back venture.

After son born prematurely, Vancouver parents start online store HuddyBearCo and donate to NICU

Courtney and Ryan Self pass their toddler son, Hudson, between them at their Vancouver area home, where they run the small business HuddyBearCo. It sells clothing and toys for babies and toddlers. Hudson&rsquo;s premature birth inspired their give-back venture.

January 9, 2024, 6:08am Business

Courtney Self and her husband were shocked when their son was born seven weeks early. Hudson, now 2½, required an extensive stay in the neonatal intensive care unit. Their experience with a preemie led them to launch an online children’s store, HuddyBearCo. Read story

Construction workers move a piece of siding up a ladder on Northeast 138th Avenue in east Vancouver. The construction industry locally and nationally is seeing huge labor shortages, delaying projects and making them more expensive.

Labor shortages in construction cause delays, drive up costs in Clark County

Construction workers move a piece of siding up a ladder on Northeast 138th Avenue in east Vancouver. The construction industry locally and nationally is seeing huge labor shortages, delaying projects and making them more expensive.

January 9, 2024, 6:08am Business

For years, the local construction industry has seen labor shortages. Experts say the trend is driving up the cost of building and causing delays. Read story

A welder works in a Seattle warehouse. More than a third of the health and safety penalties that the state’s Department of Labor & Industries issued on violations between 2017 and 2021 were later reduced during appeal, voiding roughly $15 million in safety fines.

WA’s job safety fines reduced on appeal; Clark County company negotiated a $1.3M reduction after worker’s hand was crushed

A welder works in a Seattle warehouse. More than a third of the health and safety penalties that the state’s Department of Labor & Industries issued on violations between 2017 and 2021 were later reduced during appeal, voiding roughly $15 million in safety fines.

January 8, 2024, 6:04am Business

After a worker’s hand was crushed in 2019 — the 10th serious injury in six years at Green Willow Trucking— Washington state safety regulators slapped the dairy and bottling distribution company with $1.8 million in fines and 22 willful citations. Read story

A group of executives and engineers from Probat Inc., visited the roaster at Pull Caffe in Yacolt.

Pull Caffe’s coffee roaster in Yacolt is officially the oldest of its kindvideo icon

A group of executives and engineers from Probat Inc., visited the roaster at Pull Caffe in Yacolt.

January 6, 2024, 6:10am Business

An old German coffee roaster machine in Yacolt was acknowledged in December as the oldest of its kind by world-renowned manufacturer Probat. Read story

18th District Rep. Greg Cheney answers a question Wednesday during a candidate forum at Columbia River High School in 2023.

Battle Ground lawmaker proposes bill that would pay landlords who reduce rent or keep it the same

18th District Rep. Greg Cheney answers a question Wednesday during a candidate forum at Columbia River High School in 2023.

January 6, 2024, 6:02am Business

Rep. Greg Cheney, R-Battle Ground, is proposing a bill this upcoming legislative session to pay back Washington landlords who reduce rents or keep them the same. Read story