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Northwest Power and Conservation Council sets aggressive targets for renewable energy

October 2, 2021, 6:04am Business

The Northwest Power and Conservation Council has published its draft 2021 Northwest Power Plan, which will guide the development of the Bonneville Power Administration and the regional power grid through… Read story

Felida home show spotlights stucco-style siding

September 27, 2021, 6:06am Business

Visitors arriving at this year’s Northwest Natural Parade of Homes in Felida are likely to notice an exceptionally wide range of exterior finishes on the new lineup of houses. Three… Read story

Visitors take a tour of the Interstate 5 Bridge. The older of the two spans opened in 1917, with the newer span following in 1958.

Keeping the Interstate 5 Bridge up and running

Visitors take a tour of the Interstate 5 Bridge. The older of the two spans opened in 1917, with the newer span following in 1958.

September 19, 2021, 6:05am Business

The Interstate Bridge Replacement Program has been running in earnest for more than a year now, slowly developing a plan for a new bridge to carry Interstate 5 across the Columbia River — a plan that lawmakers and officials on both sides of the river hope will succeed where the… Read story

Henry Schuck, ZoomInfo founder and CEO.

ZoomInfo acquires data firm RingLead

Henry Schuck, ZoomInfo founder and CEO.

September 9, 2021, 7:20pm Business

ZoomInfo announced on Thursday that it acquired New York-based company RingLead to help with the company’s organization and workflow, according to a ZoomInfo news release. Read story

Power transmission lines and towers that run east through Vancouver are pictured above Burnt Bridge Creek on Monday morning. A balloon hit one of the lines near this spot on Aug. 21 and caused a brief power outage for nearly 19,000 people.

Clark Public Utilities warns: Balloon strikes can pop off power

Power transmission lines and towers that run east through Vancouver are pictured above Burnt Bridge Creek on Monday morning. A balloon hit one of the lines near this spot on Aug. 21 and caused a brief power outage for nearly 19,000 people.

August 31, 2021, 6:03am Business

Just after 8 o’clock on a recent Saturday evening, nearly 19,000 people in central Vancouver lost power. It was little more than a blip — the lights came back on in a matter of seconds — but it was technically an accidental outage, and there was a very specific cause:… Read story

Nautilus Shop in Vancouver in 2017.

Nautilus reports quarterly sales record, topping estimates

Nautilus Shop in Vancouver in 2017.

August 11, 2021, 5:20pm Business

Vancouver-based Nautilus has reported a quarterly sales record for its fiscal second quarter as people continued to embrace home fitness during the pandemic. Read story

A sailboat makes its way past the railroad bridge in Vancouver through the smoke on Sept. 10, 2020. Smoke events in Vancouver tend to be weather-dependent, occurring when east winds bring smoke from elsewhere in the state to the western half.

Are smoky summer skies the ‘new normal’ in Clark County?

A sailboat makes its way past the railroad bridge in Vancouver through the smoke on Sept. 10, 2020. Smoke events in Vancouver tend to be weather-dependent, occurring when east winds bring smoke from elsewhere in the state to the western half.

August 8, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

Last summer’s weeklong “smoke storm” was a game-changer for residents of Western Washington and Oregon. A thick layer of hazardous smog blanketed the region, and Portland briefly laid claim to the dubious mantle of having the worst air quality of any major city in the world. Read story

nLIGHT, a company in Vancouver that produces semiconductor diode laser products, is pictured in October 2017.

nLIGHT reports 33% year-over-year revenue increase

nLIGHT, a company in Vancouver that produces semiconductor diode laser products, is pictured in October 2017.

August 7, 2021, 7:04pm Business

Camas-based high-power semiconductor and fiber laser company nLIGHT reported a 33 percent year-over-year revenue increase in its quarterly earnings report released Thursday. Read story

During the late June heat wave, Clark Public Utilities' peak demand for power was 62 percent higher than usual, causing extra load on its substations and power lines.

In wake of extreme heat wave, Clark Public Utilities plans upgrades

During the late June heat wave, Clark Public Utilities' peak demand for power was 62 percent higher than usual, causing extra load on its substations and power lines.

August 3, 2021, 6:01am Business

The late June heat wave pushed temperatures in Clark County to record-breaking highs, and it generated a corresponding spike in regional electricity consumption as residents hunkered down at home and cranked up their air conditioning. Read story

Deserted desks line the main office of ZoomInfo in downtown Vancouver. Many Clark County offices have been empty for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, although some companies are now eyeing a summer return as vaccination rates pick up.

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo reports strong quarter

Deserted desks line the main office of ZoomInfo in downtown Vancouver. Many Clark County offices have been empty for more than a year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, although some companies are now eyeing a summer return as vaccination rates pick up.

August 2, 2021, 6:03pm Business

Vancouver-based marketing information company ZoomInfo announced it reached its highest retention rate and customer engagement, ending its most recent quarter with more than 1,100 customers with $100,000 or greater in annual contract value. Read story