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Steve Stuart of Vancouver, center foreground, gestures as he asks a question during a 2003 Leadership Clark County training workshop. He&rsquo;s now Ridgefield city manager.

After 30 years, Leadership Clark County contributes, continues to evolve

Steve Stuart of Vancouver, center foreground, gestures as he asks a question during a 2003 Leadership Clark County training workshop. He&rsquo;s now Ridgefield city manager.

April 11, 2024, 6:07am Business

Leadership Clark County has trained hundreds of leaders in the community in its 30 years in operation. Many of these folks have gone on to and continue to mold the county into what it is today, which was exactly the program’s founders’ intent. Read story

An ambulance passes PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center on in September 2021.

PeaceHealth nurses announce plan to picket outside hospital April 18

An ambulance passes PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center on in September 2021.

April 10, 2024, 4:44pm Business

Nurses at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver will picket outside the hospital April 18. Read story

Steve and Cheryl Irvin pictured together.

Death certificate debacle: Communication, software, state rules cause delay after Vancouver woman’s husband dies

Steve and Cheryl Irvin pictured together.

April 10, 2024, 6:07am Business

When Cheryl Irvin’s 72-year-old husband died at their home near Vancouver from a heart attack Feb. 25, she expected to obtain his death certificate, cremate him and hold a memorial within a week. Instead, his body was refrigerated at a funeral home for a month. The memorial went forward with… Read story

Trees line Fourth Avenue in downtown Camas. The east Clark County city landed a spot on Money.com's list of best places to live.

Camas one of best places to live in U.S., according to Money.com

Trees line Fourth Avenue in downtown Camas. The east Clark County city landed a spot on Money.com's list of best places to live.

April 9, 2024, 6:53pm Business

Money.com (formerly Money magazine) recently placed Camas on its list of “50 Best Places to Live” in the United States, ranking it shoulder-to-shoulder with much larger cities like Chattanooga, Tenn., and Cincinnati. The only other Pacific Northwest cities to land on the list were Boise, Idaho, and Eugene, Ore. Read story

The Port of Woodland is moving toward operating marine terminals, signing a lease with Wilsonville Concrete Products for space on the port&rsquo;s Martin's Bar property.

Port of Woodland to diversify as it sets itself on path to operate first marine terminal

The Port of Woodland is moving toward operating marine terminals, signing a lease with Wilsonville Concrete Products for space on the port&rsquo;s Martin's Bar property.

April 8, 2024, 5:15pm Business

The Port of Woodland is on the path to operating marine terminals for the first time — a move the port started eyeing more than 50 years ago. Read story

A student walks on a beam during a Vancouver Elite Gymnastics Academy class.

Vancouver Elite Gymnastics Academy opening gym at Port of Camas-Washougal

A student walks on a beam during a Vancouver Elite Gymnastics Academy class.

April 6, 2024, 6:08am Business

Camas-based Vancouver Elite Gymnastics Academy is turning 20 later this year. To celebrate, the gym is giving students and families a gift — a long-awaited third facility. Read story

The Albina Asphalt Lab in Vancouver.

Vancouver-based Albina Asphalt fined $27K for improper waste disposal

The Albina Asphalt Lab in Vancouver.

April 5, 2024, 2:20pm Business

Vancouver-based asphalt manufacturer and distributor Albina Asphalt was fined $27,000 Thursday by the Washington Department of Ecology for not properly managing dangerous waste, including liquid asphalt, diesel and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, a toxic chemical. Read story

Sunny Rae Hanna, operations manager for the RePurpose Center, helps to position a truck full of furniture ready to be dropped off at the NW Furniture Bank on Mill Plain Boulevard in east Vancouver on March 27.

Unwanted stuff given sense of RePurpose at Vancouver center

Sunny Rae Hanna, operations manager for the RePurpose Center, helps to position a truck full of furniture ready to be dropped off at the NW Furniture Bank on Mill Plain Boulevard in east Vancouver on March 27.

April 5, 2024, 6:08am Business

The RePurpose Center’s Sunny Rae Hanna waved her hand over a cluster of tiny bicycles sitting in a small warehouse and smiled. Read story

BBSI, headquartered in Vancouver, has transformed itself over the years, maintaining success even as other public companies have suffered in the global economy.

Vancouver-based Barrett Business Services expanding its offerings and partnering with Kaiser

BBSI, headquartered in Vancouver, has transformed itself over the years, maintaining success even as other public companies have suffered in the global economy.

April 4, 2024, 6:36pm Business

After 50 years in business, Vancouver-based Barrett Business Services has evolved from its staffing agency beginnings. Now, the company is partnering with a major health care provider to expand its offerings to clients. Read story

A motorist passes an empty field, right, where a Home2Suites is proposed near Southeast Mill Plain, on Thursday afternoon, April 4, 2024.

Home2Suites by Hilton extended stay hotel in the works for east Vancouver

A motorist passes an empty field, right, where a Home2Suites is proposed near Southeast Mill Plain, on Thursday afternoon, April 4, 2024.

April 4, 2024, 2:29pm Business

As plans continue to further develop The Landing at Vancouver, a Home2Suites by Hilton extended stay hotel has been proposed off Southeast Olympia Drive, just north of Mill Plain Boulevard in east Vancouver. Read story