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Seth Alcott, left, and his wife, Noelle Alcott, of Vancouver decide on a Turkish towel with the help of Elif Sari Genc, right, the owner of Hands on Hips, a Turkish towels and textiles shop, at the Night Market Vancouver last year.

Night Market Vancouver holiday edition features special shopping nights

Seth Alcott, left, and his wife, Noelle Alcott, of Vancouver decide on a Turkish towel with the help of Elif Sari Genc, right, the owner of Hands on Hips, a Turkish towels and textiles shop, at the Night Market Vancouver last year.

November 22, 2019, 6:05am Clark County Life

Lake Shore resident Janice Kimmel loves the engineered precision of her Glowforge laser cutter. Read story

A conceptual rendering from the architecture team of West of West and DLR Group shows the proposed plan for the two northern blocks of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment. The two buildings would feature ground floor retail opening out onto Columbia Way and a "Spanish Steps"-inspired pedestrian walkway between them.

Design proposals unveiled for Vancouver’s Terminal 1

A conceptual rendering from the architecture team of West of West and DLR Group shows the proposed plan for the two northern blocks of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment. The two buildings would feature ground floor retail opening out onto Columbia Way and a "Spanish Steps"-inspired pedestrian walkway between them.

November 12, 2019, 9:31pm Business

A riverside public market house has always been the centerpiece of the Port of Vancouver's Terminal 1 redevelopment project, but the early designs for the area's other blocks are also aiming high when it comes to creating distinctive public spaces. Read story

Jack Burkman was well ahead of challenger Dan Barnes in the Port of Vancouver commissioner race Tuesday night.

Burkman takes big lead in Port of Vancouver race

Jack Burkman was well ahead of challenger Dan Barnes in the Port of Vancouver commissioner race Tuesday night.

November 5, 2019, 10:26pm Clark County News

Jack Burkman, a former Vancouver city councilor, emerged as the apparent winner Tuesday in the Port of Vancouver commission race. Read story

Five protesters were arrested late Tuesday morning while attempting to block a ship from unloading pieces of oil pipe at the Port of Vancouver. The protesters arrived early in the morning in boats and positioned themselves in the Columbia River at the base of one of the port docks.

Five arrested in Port of Vancouver protestvideo icon

Five protesters were arrested late Tuesday morning while attempting to block a ship from unloading pieces of oil pipe at the Port of Vancouver. The protesters arrived early in the morning in boats and positioned themselves in the Columbia River at the base of one of the port docks.

November 5, 2019, 12:50pm Business

Five protesters were arrested late Tuesday morning while trying to block a ship from unloading pieces of oil pipe at the Port of Vancouver. The protesters arrived early in the morning in boats and positioned themselves in the Columbia River at the base of one of the port’s docks. Read story

Election Day is Tuesday.

Ready for Election Day? We recap races, issues facing Clark County voters

Election Day is Tuesday.

November 3, 2019, 6:04am Clark County News

There’s something particularly off about the off-year election on Tuesday. Read story

Port of Vancouver commissioner candidates Jack Burkman, left, and Dan Barnes speak with The Columbian's Editorial Board on Sept. 26.

Barnes, Burkman clash in Port of Vancouver racevideo icon

Port of Vancouver commissioner candidates Jack Burkman, left, and Dan Barnes speak with The Columbian's Editorial Board on Sept. 26.

October 21, 2019, 6:00am Business

If you judge this year’s Port of Vancouver commissioner election by the previous two, it’s a real snoozer. Read story

Demonstrators set up at the Port of Vancouver to protest the Trans Mountain Pipeline.

Trans Mountain protesters block train tracks at Port of Vancouver

Demonstrators set up at the Port of Vancouver to protest the Trans Mountain Pipeline.

October 17, 2019, 2:03pm Business

Activists with the environmental group Portland Rising Tide staged a protest Thursday at the Port of Vancouver, blocking train tracks to disrupt the transport of pipe segments bound for the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion project in Canada. Read story

Port of Vancouver commissioner Jerry Oliver listens to a public statement during a board meeting where commissioners voted unanimously to put an end date on Vancouver Energy’s rolling lease for a proposed oil terminal, Tuesday January 9, 2018, at the Port of Vancouver.

Waterways group gives award to port’s Oliver

Port of Vancouver commissioner Jerry Oliver listens to a public statement during a board meeting where commissioners voted unanimously to put an end date on Vancouver Energy’s rolling lease for a proposed oil terminal, Tuesday January 9, 2018, at the Port of Vancouver.

October 16, 2019, 6:00am Business

The Pacific Northwest Waterways Association last week presented Port of Vancouver Commissioner Jerry Oliver with its Distinguished Service Award. Read story

The Terminal 1 Night Market at WareHouse '23 features more than 80 artisan vendors, live music, food and fun for kids.

Night Market Vancouver is growing up fast

The Terminal 1 Night Market at WareHouse '23 features more than 80 artisan vendors, live music, food and fun for kids.

October 4, 2019, 6:02am Business

Tonight’s Night Market Vancouver will mark the two-year anniversary of the monthly public vendor event, which has quickly grown into a downtown mainstay. Read story

Camas-Washougal, Vancouver ports present update on their waterfront projects

October 2, 2019, 6:00pm Business

The ports of Vancouver and Camas-Washougal each gave an update on their respective waterfront redevelopment projects at a Tuesday evening event hosted by the Southwest Washington Contractors Association. Read story