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James and Sabrina Thayer take a break with their dog, Corkscrew, in their Vancouver tiny home.

Once homeless, Vancouver couple find comfort, stability in tiny-home community

James and Sabrina Thayer take a break with their dog, Corkscrew, in their Vancouver tiny home.

September 7, 2023, 6:07am Clark County News

It’s always Christmastime at Sabrina and James Thayer’s tiny house in Vancouver. Read story

Clark County Business Briefing

September 2, 2023, 5:55am Business Briefs

Drew Shaffer has been appointed the executive director of The Springs at The Waterfront, a 250-unit senior living community with a contemporary Northwest aesthetic that is set to open at The Waterfront Vancouver in 2024. Read story

The Hough Elementary community has a new place to get its soccer fix. Students, staff and families dedicated a new futsal court on campus earlier this week and just in time for the start of the new school year.

Hough Elementary dedicates first futsal court in Vancouver Public Schools

The Hough Elementary community has a new place to get its soccer fix. Students, staff and families dedicated a new futsal court on campus earlier this week and just in time for the start of the new school year.

September 2, 2023, 5:34am Community

The Hough Elementary community has a new place to get its soccer fix. Students, staff and families dedicated a new futsal court on campus earlier this week just in time for the start of the new school year. Read story

Third graders from left, MJ Mefy, Landon Huffman and Jasper McCann line up for the start of the school day at Harney Elementary.

New Hornets buzzing with excitement as school begins at Vancouver Public Schools

Third graders from left, MJ Mefy, Landon Huffman and Jasper McCann line up for the start of the school day at Harney Elementary.

August 30, 2023, 2:28pm Clark County News

Teachers, parents and excited young students gathered on the playground of Harney Elementary School Wednesday morning to send the newest batch of Hornets into the new school year. And they didn’t let a tiny bit of drizzle stop them. Read story

Vancouver Farmer's Market hired a new market manager, and is celebrating National Farmer's Market Week.

Vancouver Farmers Market plans for shift to year-round

Vancouver Farmer's Market hired a new market manager, and is celebrating National Farmer's Market Week.

August 22, 2023, 6:10am Business

As life in Clark County has returned to normal after the pandemic, so have big community events. The Vancouver Farmers Market is a perfect example of that. For months, the market was closed or restricted by government regulations. Now, it’s thriving. Read story

A new multifamily residential tower has been proposed for Block 1 of the Waterfront Vancouver.

Residential tower proposed for Block 1 of Waterfront Vancouver

A new multifamily residential tower has been proposed for Block 1 of the Waterfront Vancouver.

August 22, 2023, 6:06am Business

An eight-story residential building may be joining the Waterfront Vancouver project, according to planning documents. Read story

After decades without trains running, rail development worries Clark County neighbors

August 21, 2023, 6:05am Business

Life in the Whispering Poplars mobile home park is fairly quiet for resident Karen Colwell. Yes, there’s noise from the traffic along neighboring streets, but the train line that lies less than 100 feet from Colwell’s home has been quiet for decades. Read story

(Photo contributed by The Port of Vancouver)

Scientist: Floating wetlands a natural solution for algae blooms in Clark County lakes

(Photo contributed by The Port of Vancouver)

August 15, 2023, 6:07am Business

A litany of solutions exist that can rid the region’s waters of contaminants and persistent algae blooms, yet one contender remains relatively unknown. Read story

Kevin Lycklama, former president and CEO of Riverview Bank (The Columbian files)

Vancouver’s Riverview Bancorp fires its top executive

Kevin Lycklama, former president and CEO of Riverview Bank (The Columbian files)

August 9, 2023, 5:20pm Business

Riverview Bancorp announced Wednesday that its board has voted to terminate president and chief executive Kevin Lycklama effective Sept. 6. Read story

County service officer Mark Kriesen, facing, works with a client at Clark County Veterans Assistance in downtown Vancouver.

Clark County Veterans Assistance Center haven for homeless veterans

County service officer Mark Kriesen, facing, works with a client at Clark County Veterans Assistance in downtown Vancouver.

August 8, 2023, 6:06am Clark County News

The phone seems to ring every few minutes at the Clark County Veterans Assistance Center. Read story