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The Columbian's Editorial Board met with candidates for Vancouver City Council, Position 3 — David Gellatly, Diana Perez and Glen Yung — in early July.

Candidates for Vancouver City Council Position 3 differ on police reform, homeless responsevideo icon

The Columbian's Editorial Board met with candidates for Vancouver City Council, Position 3 — David Gellatly, Diana Perez and Glen Yung — in early July.

July 18, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

None of the candidates running for Vancouver City Council’s open Position 3 seat are political newcomers. Read story

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle, center, responds to comments from her challengers, Earl Bowerman, left, and Doug Coop, right, at a candidates forum in June.

Vancouver mayoral hopefuls differ greatly

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle, center, responds to comments from her challengers, Earl Bowerman, left, and Doug Coop, right, at a candidates forum in June.

July 14, 2021, 6:27pm Clark County News

Two of the candidates running for mayor of Vancouver this year offered voters a drastically different pitch in a conversation with The Columbian Editorial Board. Read story

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle and Gov. Jay Inslee survey The Waterfront Vancouver while standing in front of an interactive sculpture that depicts the topography of the Columbia River on Tuesday. Inslee toured the waterfront with the mayor before meeting with local small-business owners.

Clark County small businesses share frustrations during Inslee’s Vancouver visit

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle and Gov. Jay Inslee survey The Waterfront Vancouver while standing in front of an interactive sculpture that depicts the topography of the Columbia River on Tuesday. Inslee toured the waterfront with the mayor before meeting with local small-business owners.

July 13, 2021, 6:47pm Clark County Business

Small-business owners gathered Tuesday afternoon for a conversation with Gov. Jay Inslee, who visited Clark County to discuss pandemic recovery and tour the city’s new waterfront development. Read story

The former Joe's Crab Shack building and Who Song & Larry's pictured from the Interstate 5 Bridge.

Vancouver council approves Renaissance Boardwalk agreement

The former Joe's Crab Shack building and Who Song & Larry's pictured from the Interstate 5 Bridge.

July 12, 2021, 8:44pm Clark County News

Vancouver will move forward with a plan to transform a dilapidated waterfront pier and two old restaurant buildings into a luxury housing, retail and parking complex after originally shelving the project until the builder agreed to stricter climate goals. Read story

The former Vancouver Navigation Center on Grand Boulevard.

The rise and fall of Vancouver’s Navigation Center

The former Vancouver Navigation Center on Grand Boulevard.

July 11, 2021, 6:05am Clark County News

When Vancouver leaders officially announced that the city would permanently close its Navigation Center — a long-planned, briefly operated, well-used and hotly contested day shelter for people experiencing homelessness — the news barely made a ripple. Read story

VANCOUVER: A bridge, seen in the foreground, and a boat in the background, both made of Indian granite and Italian marble by artist Larry Kirkland, will be moved from their longtime home at the Portland International Airport later this summer.

Vancouver gets donation of Columbia River artwork excluded from PDX expansion

VANCOUVER: A bridge, seen in the foreground, and a boat in the background, both made of Indian granite and Italian marble by artist Larry Kirkland, will be moved from their longtime home at the Portland International Airport later this summer.

July 11, 2021, 5:54am Community

The Port of Portland recently donated four sculptures by nationally recognized artist Larry Kirkland to the city of Vancouver, which plans to place them in various locations. Read story

The Vancouver Operations Center is pictured in 2018. The city purchased a new plot of land to serve as a site for a replacement center.

Vancouver to move forward with new Operations Center

The Vancouver Operations Center is pictured in 2018. The city purchased a new plot of land to serve as a site for a replacement center.

June 28, 2021, 8:20pm Clark County News

Vancouver will move forward with its plan to replace a 70-year-old operations center facility, a move aimed at improving the city’s capacity to respond to emergencies. Read story

Ken Wilkinson, second from right, takes notes during a candidate forum at Trinity Baptist Church in Vancouver on Tuesday.

Candidates for Vancouver mayor, city council spar with opponents at forum

Ken Wilkinson, second from right, takes notes during a candidate forum at Trinity Baptist Church in Vancouver on Tuesday.

June 23, 2021, 7:28pm Clark County News

Candidates running for office in Vancouver gathered for an indoor, in-person community forum for the first time in more than a year Tuesday evening, sharing their wide-ranging views on COVID-19, homelessness and the environment. Read story

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

Vancouver weighs selling parking garage back to its developer

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

June 22, 2021, 6:30pm Clark County News

The Vancouver City Council is considering selling a parking garage back to its developer for $3.44 million, more than 20 years after the city originally purchased the structure to boost the economy downtown. Read story

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Vancouver enjoying ‘better than expected revenues’

Vancouver City Hall (iStock.com)

June 10, 2021, 6:00am Clark County News

An update to Vancouver’s current financial outlook paints an unexpectedly sunny picture for the city, as councilors review a $107.9 million draft supplemental budget. Read story