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Charges dismissed against activists who tried to block 2019 shipment at Port of Vancouver

July 22, 2021, 5:53pm Clark County News

Criminal charges against four climate activists who attempted to block a shipment of parts for an oil pipeline at the Port of Vancouver in November 2019 were dismissed Wednesday in… Read story

Inslee lauds wind energy jobs during visit to Port of Vancouver

June 15, 2021, 6:50pm Business

Gov. Jay Inslee paid a visit to the Port of Vancouver Tuesday afternoon to tour one of the terminals where a shipment of wind turbine blades is in the process… Read story

Public Meetings

May 9, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

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New development along the Vancouver waterfront rises behind the former Red Lion Hotel at the Quay on Wednesday morning. The Washington Legislature has provided $1 million to demolish the landmark building as part of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment project.

Landmark Red Lion Hotel will make way for new projects at Terminal 1

New development along the Vancouver waterfront rises behind the former Red Lion Hotel at the Quay on Wednesday morning. The Washington Legislature has provided $1 million to demolish the landmark building as part of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment project.

April 29, 2021, 6:03am Business

It’s almost checkout time for the former Red Lion Hotel Vancouver at the Quay. Read story

Workers unload wind blades bound for Canada from the MV Star Kilimanjaro at the Port of Vancouver on May 4, 2020. The ship departed China on April 13 and held 27 blades for nine wind turbines.

Port of Vancouver, importers of oversize cargo push for upgrades to I-84

Workers unload wind blades bound for Canada from the MV Star Kilimanjaro at the Port of Vancouver on May 4, 2020. The ship departed China on April 13 and held 27 blades for nine wind turbines.

April 17, 2021, 6:03am Business

The Port of Vancouver has spent the past few years positioning itself as a major import destination for wind energy components, touting its massive harbor cranes and large storage areas for turbine blades and tower segments. Read story

Construction of the AC Hotel by Marriott continues at the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment site. Earlier this week the port commission signed a 50-year lease with a developer who will build a mixed-use project on the northern two blocks of the site, near the railroad berm.

Port of Vancouver OKs lease for two blocks of Terminal 1

Construction of the AC Hotel by Marriott continues at the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment site. Earlier this week the port commission signed a 50-year lease with a developer who will build a mixed-use project on the northern two blocks of the site, near the railroad berm.

April 8, 2021, 6:00am Business

The Port of Vancouver Board of Commissioners approved a lease for the northern two blocks of Terminal 1 on Tuesday, a step forward that impacts a significant portion of the site’s developable land area adjacent to The Waterfront Vancouver. Read story

A vessel named the Agios Nikolas receives a load of red wheat as it stops at United Grain Corporation on the Port of Vancouver campus on its way to Vietnam. The Port is developing a Climate Action Plan aimed at reducing its greenhouse gas emissions.

Port of Vancouver study to underpin overall climate action plan

A vessel named the Agios Nikolas receives a load of red wheat as it stops at United Grain Corporation on the Port of Vancouver campus on its way to Vietnam. The Port is developing a Climate Action Plan aimed at reducing its greenhouse gas emissions.

March 20, 2021, 6:03am Clark County Business

The Port of Vancouver is conducting an inventory of its 2019 greenhouse gas emissions, which will be used as the basis to develop a Climate Action Plan in the next few months. It’s the first full-scale inventory the port has undertaken in more than a decade, and the resulting plan… Read story

Katie Odem, marketing communications manager for the Port of Vancouver, looks over wind turbine towers that are currently being stored at the port and are waiting to be shipped out by truck. A record-breaking year of wind component imports helped the port during an otherwise challenging 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Port of Vancouver blows past record

Katie Odem, marketing communications manager for the Port of Vancouver, looks over wind turbine towers that are currently being stored at the port and are waiting to be shipped out by truck. A record-breaking year of wind component imports helped the port during an otherwise challenging 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

March 15, 2021, 6:00am Business

Fewer ships docked, fewer trains rolled through and some of the biggest regular import and export commodities hit significant speed bumps during the pandemic. Read story

FRUIT VALLEY: The USNS Fisher, a 951-foot-long Military Sealife Command vessel, arrived at the Port of Vancouver on Dec.

Ship docks at Port of Vancouver for nine-month stay

FRUIT VALLEY: The USNS Fisher, a 951-foot-long Military Sealife Command vessel, arrived at the Port of Vancouver on Dec.

December 26, 2020, 6:00am Community

FRUIT VALLEY — Military Sealife Command vessel USNS Fisher arrived at the Port of Vancouver on Dec. 12, marking the first day of an approximately nine-month stay. Read story

The Fort Vancouver Seafarers Center isn't able to host its annual Christmas party for ship crews this year, so instead the volunteers are aiming to deliver 1,100 gift bags.

Fort Vancouver Seafarers Center adapts to distribute Christmas gift bags

The Fort Vancouver Seafarers Center isn't able to host its annual Christmas party for ship crews this year, so instead the volunteers are aiming to deliver 1,100 gift bags.

December 26, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Crewing a cargo ship is an isolating experience in the best of times, let alone nine months into a pandemic. That’s why it’s more important than ever to make sure the world’s seafarers aren’t forgotten during the holiday season, says Kent Williams, executive director of the Fort Vancouver Seafarers Center. Read story