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Clark County Business Briefing

April 18, 2021, 6:01am Business Briefs

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The Columbia Palisades development, as seen from the bluff that lines the northern and eastern sides of the site. The eastern half of the former Fisher Quarry is poised to become a major development hub along the 192nd Avenue corridor.  At top, Romano Capital recently wrapped up work on the Westridge apartment complex, one of four projects that the company has been working on within the 192nd Avenue corridor. Company President Kess Romano said he sees the eastern corridor and Ridgefield as Clark County's two biggest development hot spots at the moment.

Vancouver’s 192nd corridor reimagined

The Columbia Palisades development, as seen from the bluff that lines the northern and eastern sides of the site. The eastern half of the former Fisher Quarry is poised to become a major development hub along the 192nd Avenue corridor.  At top, Romano Capital recently wrapped up work on the Westridge apartment complex, one of four projects that the company has been working on within the 192nd Avenue corridor. Company President Kess Romano said he sees the eastern corridor and Ridgefield as Clark County's two biggest development hot spots at the moment.

April 11, 2021, 6:05am Business

Commercial buildings and subdivisions line most of the length of 192nd Avenue today, but as recently as 30 years ago, none of that bustling corridor existed — not even the road itself. A viewer flying over today’s eastern edge of Vancouver in the early 1990s would have seen an expanse… Read story

Clark County Business Briefing

April 11, 2021, 6:02am Business Briefs

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Two Vancouver residents robbed at gunpoint in Cascade Park West

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April 6, 2021, 3:00pm Clark County News

Two Vancouver residents who had just returned home Monday night were robbed at gunpoint by three possibly juvenile suspects. Read story

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Mountain View High School student selected for future medical leader program

Ariyanna Haygood

March 27, 2021, 6:00am Community

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Mountain View High School junior Ariyanna Haygood participated as a delegate to the Congress of Future Medical Leaders on March 20-21. The Congress is an honors-only program for high school students interested in medical research fields or who want to become physicians. Read story

Cars bustle down Highway 14, hundreds of feet below the deck of a town home at the Boulder Ridge development in the Columbia Palisades neighborhood on the border of Vancouver and Camas. The Boulder Ridge development is expected to be complete within a year.

Multifamily homes on the rise on border of Vancouver, Camas

Cars bustle down Highway 14, hundreds of feet below the deck of a town home at the Boulder Ridge development in the Columbia Palisades neighborhood on the border of Vancouver and Camas. The Boulder Ridge development is expected to be complete within a year.

March 26, 2021, 6:03am Business

A grouping of two new multifamily housing complexes is rising on a ridge overlooking the soon-to-be developed Columbia Palisades area, formerly the Fisher Quarry on the border of Vancouver and Camas. Read story

Customers dine at La Provence Vancouver's socially distanced dining area as lunch is served Thursday afternoon.

Clark County restaurants are halfway home

Customers dine at La Provence Vancouver's socially distanced dining area as lunch is served Thursday afternoon.

March 22, 2021, 6:05am Business

Clark County restaurants will be open to 50 percent indoor capacity today, and while it’s a welcomed step for owners and managers, it’s not all a cause for celebration. Read story

Weston "Wes" Thelen, a research seismologist with the United States Geological Survey's Cascade Volcano Observatory, tests low frequency microphones in his garage before taking them into the field on a recent weekday. Thelen became interested in volcanoes after taking family vacations to Mount Shasta. "I grew up doing lots of outdoors stuff, skiing and climbing, hiking, camping - taking in all of the things the mountains there had to offer," he said.

Working in Clark County: Weston ‘Wes’ Thelen, seismologist at USGS

Weston "Wes" Thelen, a research seismologist with the United States Geological Survey's Cascade Volcano Observatory, tests low frequency microphones in his garage before taking them into the field on a recent weekday. Thelen became interested in volcanoes after taking family vacations to Mount Shasta. "I grew up doing lots of outdoors stuff, skiing and climbing, hiking, camping - taking in all of the things the mountains there had to offer," he said.

March 20, 2021, 5:19am Business

It’s safe to say that the list of jobs out there that might require hiking around a volcano is a short one. Read story

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Man struck by truck in east Vancouver

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March 17, 2021, 5:19pm Clark County News

An unidentified man ran across an east Vancouver road Tuesday night and was struck by a pickup truck. Read story

Dustin Hawkins, 19, of Vancouver, said he was handed this invoice after getting an inspection at Jiffy Lube, 2500 S.E. 165th Ave., in Vancouver on Saturday. Hawkins did not provide his name to the employees, who listed George Floyd as the customer's name.

Jiffy Lube invoice to biracial Vancouver man lists his name as ‘George Floyd’

Dustin Hawkins, 19, of Vancouver, said he was handed this invoice after getting an inspection at Jiffy Lube, 2500 S.E. 165th Ave., in Vancouver on Saturday. Hawkins did not provide his name to the employees, who listed George Floyd as the customer's name.

March 5, 2021, 5:58pm Business

What was intended to be a simple inspection on a newly purchased vehicle turned into a racist experience, according to a 19-year-old Vancouver man. Read story