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Houses under construction are seen at Whipple Creek Village in Ridgefield on Monday afternoon, March 15, 2021.

Housing market: Listings up, sales steady in Clark County

Houses under construction are seen at Whipple Creek Village in Ridgefield on Monday afternoon, March 15, 2021.

May 15, 2021, 3:03pm Business

The Clark County housing market got a small amount of breathing room in April thanks to a surge of new listings and relatively steady sales rates, according to the latest report from the Regional Multiple Listing Service. Read story

Nautilus is headquartered in Vancouver.

Vancouver-based Nautilus’ sales continue to soar

Nautilus is headquartered in Vancouver.

May 10, 2021, 5:52pm Business

Vancouver-based home exercise equipment maker Nautilus released its “2021 Transition Period” results Monday, detailing a second consecutive quarter of record-breaking sales powered by high consumer demand for home workout gear during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read story

A pair of moviegoers wait for their concessions on Wednesday at Battle Ground Cinema. The multiplex was one of a handful of local theaters that reopened earlier this month.

Clark County theaters in limbo after glitch delays applications for federal grant

A pair of moviegoers wait for their concessions on Wednesday at Battle Ground Cinema. The multiplex was one of a handful of local theaters that reopened earlier this month.

April 23, 2021, 6:03am Clark County Business

April 8 was supposed to be the big day. After three months of waiting, stage and screen venue operators were finally going to get their chance to apply for Shuttered Venue Operator grants, a major federal lifeline for one of the hardest-hit industries during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read story

Don Suetta, left, and his brother John Suetta, both of Woodland, examine tractors on display at Dan’s Tractor. Owner Skip Ogden said he was worried about having to start charging sales tax for Oregonians, but then he learned he could still avoid the tax by delivering orders to Oregon customers.

Will sales-tax exemption changes spook Oregon shoppers?

Don Suetta, left, and his brother John Suetta, both of Woodland, examine tractors on display at Dan’s Tractor. Owner Skip Ogden said he was worried about having to start charging sales tax for Oregonians, but then he learned he could still avoid the tax by delivering orders to Oregon customers.

September 1, 2019, 6:05am Business

Washington state consumers have long traveled to Oregon to take advantage of its lack of sales tax. A recent change to state law has revealed how much Washington businesses have relied on clientele from Oregon. Read story

Main Street Marijuana has gradually expanded to occupy all three suites of its Uptown Village building, and has made a number of improvements to the interior and exterior of the building, including a mural on the north side. Now that the business owns the show-floor half of the building, the owners plan to add a sprinkler system.

Main Street Marijuana buys Vancouver storefront

Main Street Marijuana has gradually expanded to occupy all three suites of its Uptown Village building, and has made a number of improvements to the interior and exterior of the building, including a mural on the north side. Now that the business owns the show-floor half of the building, the owners plan to add a sprinkler system.

August 29, 2019, 4:35pm Business

After five years in operation, Main Street Marijuana has achieved a longtime goal: The Uptown Village cannabis shop is now the owner of its own building — or at least, two-thirds of it. Read story

A customer uses the Riverview Community Bank ATM in downtown Vancouver on Thursday.

Riverview rings bell at Nasdaq in NYC

A customer uses the Riverview Community Bank ATM in downtown Vancouver on Thursday.

August 19, 2019, 4:52pm Business

Representatives from Riverview Community Bank took the stage to ring the ceremonial opening bell at the Nasdaq stock exchange Monday morning. President and CEO Kevin Lycklama and several other Riverview directors, board members and employees flew to New York for the event. Read story

American Equities investors get glum news

August 9, 2019, 6:02am Business

It’s been about two months since investors at the Vancouver financial firm American Equities were notified that 15 of its mortgage investment funds had become insolvent and placed into receivership under the direction of Portland-based Hamstreet and Associates. Read story