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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 22-year-old man was killed in a single-vehicle crash on Andresen Road on Saturday.

22-year-old man in fatal car crash Saturday on Andresen identified

A 22-year-old man was killed in a single-vehicle crash on Andresen Road on Saturday.

April 3, 2024, 6:51pm Clark County News

The 22-year-old man who died Saturday in a single-vehicle crash has been identified as Victor Celedonio Montes, according to the Clark County Medical Examiner’s Office. His place of residence is unknown. Read story

A house that caught fire Wednesday morning in the Fourth Plain Village neighborhood. Two cats died in the fire and one person was displaced, the fire department said.

Two cats killed in house fire in central Vancouver

A house that caught fire Wednesday morning in the Fourth Plain Village neighborhood. Two cats died in the fire and one person was displaced, the fire department said.

March 27, 2024, 2:31pm Clark County News

Two cats were killed in a house fire in the Fourth Plain Village neighborhood Wednesday morning. Read story

Interpreter Daniel Mroz, from left, signs Skanska project executive Alan Halleck words for Washington State Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Executive Director Shauna Bilyeu and others Tuesday at the Washington School for the Deaf in Vancouver.

Work at Washington School for Deaf in Vancouver celebrates identity

Interpreter Daniel Mroz, from left, signs Skanska project executive Alan Halleck words for Washington State Center for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Youth Executive Director Shauna Bilyeu and others Tuesday at the Washington School for the Deaf in Vancouver.

March 26, 2024, 7:33pm Clark County News

Outside the Washington School for the Deaf, people who are hearing impaired are a minority. But inside the Vancouver campus, they are the majority. Read story

Shoppers make their way into Vancouver Mall on in June 2022.

Vancouver Mall working with police to identify suspect in Friday’s gun incident

Shoppers make their way into Vancouver Mall on in June 2022.

March 25, 2024, 2:29pm Business

Vancouver police are investigating a Friday altercation involving a gun at Vancouver Mall that left mall customers scared but uninjured. Read story

VSAA, Hudson’s Bay High School students walk out to protest Vancouver Public Schools budget cuts

March 22, 2024, 5:56am Clark County News

Students at Vancouver School for Arts and Academics and Hudson’s Bay High School staged walkouts Thursday morning to protest Vancouver Public Schools’ $35 million budget cuts. Read story

Motorists drive along the Fourth Plain corridor Monday afternoon.

Residents, nonprofits, law enforcement, businesses focus on solutions along Fourth Plain corridor

Motorists drive along the Fourth Plain corridor Monday afternoon.

March 19, 2024, 6:05am Business

Over the four years Leanne Zink has worked in an office off Vancouver’s East Fourth Plain Boulevard, she has watched homelessness and drug problems worsen nearby. She must frequently call 911 to get help for those she finds passed out in front of her office. She now carries overdose-reversal medication… Read story

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center seeking new members to join advisory council

March 15, 2024, 5:57am Clark County Health

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center is seeking new members to join its Patient & Family Advisory Council to provide feedback around patient experiences through monthly sessions. Read story

Expect overnight delays along Highway 14 at Lieser Road

March 15, 2024, 5:55am Clark County News

All eastbound lanes and the left westbound lane on state Highway 14 at the Lieser Road overpass will be closed periodically overnight through the end of March as the Washington State Department of Transportation’s contractor crews make repairs to the overpass. Read story

Denise Currie, founder of The Giving Closet, from left, chats with Kate Jones and Lexie Knight of KMR Group Foundation while giving a tour of the nonprofit on Tuesday morning in Vancouver. The Giving Closet secured a $150,000 donation from KMR Group Foundation that will help it continue operating. At top, families stuggling with finances say they rely on the The Giving Closet for shoes and clothes when money is tight.

Vancouver’s The Giving Closet gets a $150,000 lifeline from foundation

Denise Currie, founder of The Giving Closet, from left, chats with Kate Jones and Lexie Knight of KMR Group Foundation while giving a tour of the nonprofit on Tuesday morning in Vancouver. The Giving Closet secured a $150,000 donation from KMR Group Foundation that will help it continue operating. At top, families stuggling with finances say they rely on the The Giving Closet for shoes and clothes when money is tight.

March 13, 2024, 6:05am Clark County News

The Giving Closet, a nonprofit store in Vancouver that offers free donated clothes, food and toys to low-income families, received its largest donation yet after budget issues prompted fears the nonprofit would have to close. Read story