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Clark County’s taxable retail sales rose 1.69% in Q3 outpacing state’s other metro areas

May 20, 2024, 6:05am Business

Statewide retail sales slumped slightly in the third quarter of 2023, compared with the previous year, according to a recent report from the Washington Department of Revenue. But that’s not… Read story

Japanese retailer Daiso set to open in Hazel Dell

May 16, 2024, 12:12pm Business

Japanese retail chain Daiso is opening its newest location June 1 in Hazel Dell Marketplace. Read story

Customers walk into Vancouver&rsquo;s Barnes &amp; Noble bookstore.

This chapter is not finished for Vancouver’s Barnes & Noble

Customers walk into Vancouver&rsquo;s Barnes &amp; Noble bookstore.

May 13, 2024, 6:05am Business

When you walk into Vancouver’s Barnes & Noble, you notice it immediately — the scent of books. Read story

*LEADOPTION* Music World in Hazel Dell on Thursday hosted a free musical instrument string exchange where people could get new strings and their instrument restrung while supplies lasted.

Music World in Hazel Dell hosts recycling event to keep guitar strings, more out of landfills

*LEADOPTION* Music World in Hazel Dell on Thursday hosted a free musical instrument string exchange where people could get new strings and their instrument restrung while supplies lasted.

April 25, 2024, 7:23pm Business

Matt Gohlke, the co-owner and general manager of Music World in Hazel Dell, hardly thought about how he disposed of his instruments’ old strings until recently. Read story

A bag of Narcan, a brand of the opioid overdose reversal drug naloxone, stands at the ready April 4 at a homeless encampment in downtown Vancouver.

Vancouver approves joining state’s opioid settlement; city to get nearly $1M in deal with Johnson & Johnson

A bag of Narcan, a brand of the opioid overdose reversal drug naloxone, stands at the ready April 4 at a homeless encampment in downtown Vancouver.

April 23, 2024, 5:26pm Clark County Health

On Monday, the Vancouver City Council signed off on joining an opioid settlement between the state of Washington and Johnson & Johnson over the pharmaceutical company’s marketing practices that helped fuel the opioid epidemic in Washington. Read story

Oregon&rsquo;s Lithia Motors has proposed building two auto dealerships just west of Southeast Olympia Drive, on Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard in east Vancouver. They would be the third and fourth dealerships that could be moving into that area.

Second auto mall? More car dealers get sites in gear in Clark County

Oregon&rsquo;s Lithia Motors has proposed building two auto dealerships just west of Southeast Olympia Drive, on Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard in east Vancouver. They would be the third and fourth dealerships that could be moving into that area.

April 23, 2024, 6:06am Business

Two more automobile dealerships, with a single owner, are in the works off Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard in east Vancouver. They are the third and fourth that could be coming to an area that may soon become Clark County’s second auto mall. Read story

After decades of only having one Trader Joe's in Clark County, the company has filed permits for a third to open in east Vancouver. A second location in Salmon Creek is expected to open May 2.

Salmon Creek set to welcome Trader Joe’s on May 2

After decades of only having one Trader Joe's in Clark County, the company has filed permits for a third to open in east Vancouver. A second location in Salmon Creek is expected to open May 2.

April 19, 2024, 5:55am Business

Clark County’s second Trader Joe’s grocery store, at 14007 N.E. 10th Ave. in Salmon Creek, will open May 2. Read story

A customer leaves the Safeway at 13719 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd. The building is now owned by a company controlled by a Las Vegas auto dealer, sparking rumors it may be repurposed.

Rumors swirl after Safeway property on Mill Plain in east Vancouver is sold

A customer leaves the Safeway at 13719 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd. The building is now owned by a company controlled by a Las Vegas auto dealer, sparking rumors it may be repurposed.

April 3, 2024, 6:06am Business

Rumors of east Vancouver’s Safeway falling to a Mercedes-Benz dealership have swirled around the community for weeks. The rumors may come true, but not seemingly right away. Read story

A vintage television serves as a display case for cacti and succulents at Bright Indirect Light Social Club.

A growing trend: Indoor plant stores are sprouting up around Clark County

A vintage television serves as a display case for cacti and succulents at Bright Indirect Light Social Club.

March 30, 2024, 6:12am Business

Forget about the red and blue waves of politics. A green wave is sweeping the country, bringing a proliferation of indoor plants to homes near you (or perhaps to your own home). What may have begun as a pandemic-era pastime seems to have bloomed into serious obsession, generating $16.2 billion… Read story

People walk down the sidewalk and sit outside Tuesday at the Waterfront Vancouver. The development along the Columbia River has been a major economic boost for Vancouver over the past few years.

Key economic figures mixed, but expert calls indicators for Clark County’s economy positive

People walk down the sidewalk and sit outside Tuesday at the Waterfront Vancouver. The development along the Columbia River has been a major economic boost for Vancouver over the past few years.

March 28, 2024, 6:06am Business

Rising energy bills, grocery prices and interest rates have led to Clark County residents’ dinner-table speculation about the state of the local economy. Building, labor, spending and inflation figures are mixed, although an expert says these key indicators seem generally positive. Here is a look at some of the local… Read story