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Working in Clark County: Robyn Lowy, Mindtaker Miniatures

January 23, 2023, 6:05am Business

The 2020s are shaping up to be the decade of the geek, as classically niche and nerdy culture becomes more mainstream and beloved by all. Whether more recently inspired by… Read story

Cannabis shop robberies spiked in Clark County in 2022

January 19, 2023, 6:02am Business

It was almost 10 p.m. in late February 2022 when four armed robbers, all in their late teens and early twenties, stormed the Craft Cannabis Marijuana Dispensary on Andresen Road,… Read story

Reshell Douglas is the owner and founder of Not Too Shabby Boutique in Vancouver. She started the retail store 23 years ago.

Working in Clark County: Reshell Douglas, Not Too Shabby Boutique

Reshell Douglas is the owner and founder of Not Too Shabby Boutique in Vancouver. She started the retail store 23 years ago.

December 31, 2022, 6:03am Business

While the holiday shopping rush has come to an end, fashionistas and lovers of home decor still have the opportunity to treat themselves to some post-Christmas shopping. Read story

Locally owned Vancouver Wellness Studio opened its second location recently along Vancouver's waterfront, inside the AC Marriott hotel.

Spa opens in hotel at Vancouver waterfront

Locally owned Vancouver Wellness Studio opened its second location recently along Vancouver's waterfront, inside the AC Marriott hotel.

December 30, 2022, 4:32pm Business

Vancouver Wellness Studio has opened a spa at The Waterfront Vancouver, expanding from its downtown clinic. Read story

Santa Claus, center, listens to what Luciana, 6, right, and Roman Sereno, 4, both of Battle Ground, want for Christmas at the Vancouver Mall. Legos have been a popular ask from children this year, along with Barbies, Nintendo Switches and the occasional yo-yo.

Santa staying busy at Vancouver Mall

Santa Claus, center, listens to what Luciana, 6, right, and Roman Sereno, 4, both of Battle Ground, want for Christmas at the Vancouver Mall. Legos have been a popular ask from children this year, along with Barbies, Nintendo Switches and the occasional yo-yo.

December 22, 2022, 6:00am Business

Santa Claus is a popular guy this time of year. Children have lined up at the Vancouver Mall all season to get their chance to ask him for their hearts’ desires. Read story

Small business owner and online content creator Luke Goodman is CEO of Out of Darts, which produces custom Nerf guns, modifications and other accessories.

Working in Clark County: Luke Goodman, owner of Out of Darts

Small business owner and online content creator Luke Goodman is CEO of Out of Darts, which produces custom Nerf guns, modifications and other accessories.

December 20, 2022, 6:05am Business

Children of all ages are likely to have fond memories of epic summer backyard battles and high-intensity Christmas morning clashes with Nerf guns firing and foam darts flying. Read story

Visitors browse at the Vancouver Farmers Market on March 26.

Vancouver Farmers Market bounces back, delights locals, tourists

Visitors browse at the Vancouver Farmers Market on March 26.

December 12, 2022, 4:50pm Business

The Vancouver Farmers Market came roaring back this year, welcoming more vendors than even before the pandemic and welcoming hundreds of thousands of shoppers. Read story

Chris Baldwin started his loose-leaf tea business, Valhalla Tea Co., after serving in the U.S. Army. He donates part of the business' proceeds to veterans' assistance groups.

Working in Clark County: Chris Baldwin, Valhalla Tea Co.

Chris Baldwin started his loose-leaf tea business, Valhalla Tea Co., after serving in the U.S. Army. He donates part of the business' proceeds to veterans' assistance groups.

December 12, 2022, 6:05am Business

Helping military veterans is Chris Baldwin’s cup of tea. Baldwin, an Army veteran, is the co-founder of Valhalla Tea Co., 14602 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd. Read story

Black Friday shoppers pass in front of Buckle on Friday at Vancouver Mall. Early-morning doorbuster deals are largely no more. Instead, shoppers came in a steady stream throughout the day. At top, shoppers wait in line outside Bath & Body Works at the mall.

Crowds return to Vancouver Mall for Black Friday deals

Black Friday shoppers pass in front of Buckle on Friday at Vancouver Mall. Early-morning doorbuster deals are largely no more. Instead, shoppers came in a steady stream throughout the day. At top, shoppers wait in line outside Bath & Body Works at the mall.

November 25, 2022, 6:34pm Business

They’re scenes that were so normal before the pandemic: friends laughing and sipping drinks, with shopping bags in hand while roaming the halls of Vancouver Mall. Families braving the lines for a fresh pretzel. Couples shopping hand-in-hand, enjoying the holiday spirit. Read story

Katie Atkinson of the Greater Vancouver Chamber, left, talks with barista Sasha Glazyrin as she redeems her Grow the (360) gift certificate at Relevant Coffee in Vancouver's Uptown Village.

Greater Vancouver Chamber’s Grow the (360) program aims to boost local businesses

Katie Atkinson of the Greater Vancouver Chamber, left, talks with barista Sasha Glazyrin as she redeems her Grow the (360) gift certificate at Relevant Coffee in Vancouver's Uptown Village.

November 25, 2022, 6:04am Business

As Janet Kenefsky works on her computer, she checks on her Grow the (360) gift certificate program. Grow the (360) enables consumers to buy gift certificates that can be redeemed at retailers and restaurants around the greater Vancouver area. Read story