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Winter Hospitality Overflow provides shelter, food to homeless in Clark County

October 27, 2021, 6:01am Churches & Religion

John Leinenbach, 55, has been homeless for about 10 years. Read story

High-rise on the rise at Waterfront Vancouver

October 25, 2021, 6:02am Business

The 276-unit, eight-story apartment complex at Block 3 in The Waterfront Vancouver is on the rise, with one of two of the Waterfront’s tower cranes hoisting materials into place and… Read story

Conceptual renderings, which could change, of the Waterfront Gateway area next to City Hall show multifamily housing, a multistory parking garage and a skybridge over the railroad to Vancouver waterfront.

Skybridge, new buildings part of vision for Vancouver’s Waterfront Gateway

Conceptual renderings, which could change, of the Waterfront Gateway area next to City Hall show multifamily housing, a multistory parking garage and a skybridge over the railroad to Vancouver waterfront.

October 22, 2021, 6:06am Business

A developer has been selected for the city’s Waterfront Gateway, and early conceptual renderings show four new buildings, including a parking garage and a skybridge over railroad tracks leading to the Vancouver waterfront. Read story

History on Tap makes a final bow for the year on stage at the Kiggins in downtown Vancouver.
"Dog and His Boy" by artist Parmalee Cover is on display at Art at the CAVE this month as part of the "Pet Project" exhibit, a fundraiser for the Humane Society.

Pet Project: Art exhibit pawses to honor work of Humane Society for Southwest Washington

"Dog and His Boy" by artist Parmalee Cover is on display at Art at the CAVE this month as part of the "Pet Project" exhibit, a fundraiser for the Humane Society.

October 17, 2021, 6:02am Clark County Life

The animals that share our homes and lives offer us companionship, comfort and affection. They’re also endlessly entertaining and pretty darn adorable. Art at the CAVE has unleashed this love of companion animals with its current exhibit, “Pet Project,” on display through Oct. 30 at its downtown Vancouver gallery. Read story

Fallen Clark County soldier to be honored by community

October 12, 2021, 6:03am Clark County News

Clark County residents are invited to attend a ceremony honoring a local soldier who died during service as a part of the “Never To Be Forgotten” series. Read story

Breast cancer awareness groups turned Portland's Morrison Bridge pink to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Downtown Vancouver going pink for a good cause

Breast cancer awareness groups turned Portland's Morrison Bridge pink to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

October 10, 2021, 5:34am Community

DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER — Downtown Portland and Vancouver turned Pink to kick off Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Pink Lemonade Project and other local breast cancer groups joined together to turn Portland’s Morrison Bridge lights pink. Read story

Mostly masked guests crowd the streets at the Vancouver Farmers Market on Sept. 4 in downtown Vancouver. After <a href="https://www.columbian.com/news/2019/oct/29/vancouver-farmers-market-sets-record/">its most popular year in 2019, when an estimated 420,000 people visited the market</a>, it had in 2020 a major dropoff due to the pandemic and its restrictions, but the 2021 season has had about 170,000 shoppers visit so far this year.

Vancouver Farmers Market rebounding from pandemic’s blow

Mostly masked guests crowd the streets at the Vancouver Farmers Market on Sept. 4 in downtown Vancouver. After <a href="https://www.columbian.com/news/2019/oct/29/vancouver-farmers-market-sets-record/">its most popular year in 2019, when an estimated 420,000 people visited the market</a>, it had in 2020 a major dropoff due to the pandemic and its restrictions, but the 2021 season has had about 170,000 shoppers visit so far this year.

October 9, 2021, 6:03am Clark County News

As the Vancouver Farmers Market gets ready to wrap up its regular season and heads into its Fall Farmers Market, things appear to be bouncing back from the pandemic’s blow to one of the city’s biggest attractions. Read story

Al Angelo Co. President Albert Angelo III, left, chats with Scott Wilcox and Bari Smith of JD Fulwiler & Co. Insurance in the commercial side of Vancouver's newest building, the Angelo Tower.

Angelo Tower opens at ‘Gateway to Vancouver’

Al Angelo Co. President Albert Angelo III, left, chats with Scott Wilcox and Bari Smith of JD Fulwiler & Co. Insurance in the commercial side of Vancouver's newest building, the Angelo Tower.

October 8, 2021, 6:02am Business

Downtown Vancouver’s newest mixed-use building, the Angelo Tower, opened on Aug. 13 in a spot the Al Angelo Co. hails as the “Gateway to Vancouver.” Read story

Daniel Medeiros, from left, joins David Regan and Richard Hassler outside Regan Bail Bonds in downtown Vancouver on Sept. 30. The bail enforcement agents tracked an accused "prolific" identity thief from Vancouver to Florida over the last few months and assisted in his capture by the Collier County Sheriff's Office.  At top, a mug shot of fugitive Anatoly Kutsar.

Clark County bail agents trip up suspect in ‘prolific’ identity thefts

Daniel Medeiros, from left, joins David Regan and Richard Hassler outside Regan Bail Bonds in downtown Vancouver on Sept. 30. The bail enforcement agents tracked an accused "prolific" identity thief from Vancouver to Florida over the last few months and assisted in his capture by the Collier County Sheriff's Office.  At top, a mug shot of fugitive Anatoly Kutsar.

October 8, 2021, 6:00am Business

A team of Clark County bail recovery agents were behind the Florida arrest of a man described as a “prolific” identity thief suspected of stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars in property. Read story