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Billy Albertson begins to prepare a latte while working at The Verdict, the deli and cafe at the Clark County Courthouse in downtown Vancouver. Albertson is visually impaired and explained the techniques he&rsquo;s used to operate the cafe for nearly seven years.

Clark County Courthouse cafe The Verdict keeps it consistent

Billy Albertson begins to prepare a latte while working at The Verdict, the deli and cafe at the Clark County Courthouse in downtown Vancouver. Albertson is visually impaired and explained the techniques he&rsquo;s used to operate the cafe for nearly seven years.

December 27, 2023, 6:06am Business

When Billy Albertson made a latte on a recent Monday morning at the Clark County Courthouse’s first-floor cafe, The Verdict, he started by reaching for a 12-ounce cup, which he knew to be in the stack on the farthest left on top of the espresso machine. Read story

Instructor Tom Bauras, left in black shirt, works with students including Alex Thompson, center, while simulating a cross haul during safety training at the new Northwest Renewable Energy Institute campus in Vancouver on Dec. 20. The business built a new facility on Fruit Valley Road that teaches students how to work on wind turbines.

Northwest Renewable Energy Institute’s new campus has training structure that simulates working on wind turbines

Instructor Tom Bauras, left in black shirt, works with students including Alex Thompson, center, while simulating a cross haul during safety training at the new Northwest Renewable Energy Institute campus in Vancouver on Dec. 20. The business built a new facility on Fruit Valley Road that teaches students how to work on wind turbines.

December 26, 2023, 6:08am Business

Northwest Renewable Energy Institute opened a second campus earlier this year on Fruit Valley Road in Vancouver with a new 20-foot indoor tower that simulates the experience of working on a wind turbine. Read story

Attendees hold candles Friday, Dec. 21, 2023, during a Homeless Persons Memorial Day event at St. Paul Lutheran Church in downtown Vancouver.

Mourners gather for National Homeless Persons’ Memorial Day event in downtown Vancouver

Attendees hold candles Friday, Dec. 21, 2023, during a Homeless Persons Memorial Day event at St. Paul Lutheran Church in downtown Vancouver.

December 21, 2023, 7:03pm Clark County News

Gloved fingers wrapped around candlesticks on Thursday to memorialize the 43 people who died over the past year while experiencing homelessness. Read story

An Amtrak Cascades train makes a brief stop in Vancouver to pick up passengers Dec. 20. Amtrak Cascades added two new round trips between Portland and Seattle in December that theoretically make it possible to commute from Vancouver to Portland by train.

Is Amtrak Cascades a new commuter option from Vancouver into Portland?

An Amtrak Cascades train makes a brief stop in Vancouver to pick up passengers Dec. 20. Amtrak Cascades added two new round trips between Portland and Seattle in December that theoretically make it possible to commute from Vancouver to Portland by train.

December 21, 2023, 6:07am Business

The 65,000 Clark County residents who commute into Oregon each day for work have nearly all had to choose between their vehicles or C-Tran buses as their conveyance — until now. Read story

A variety of the West Coast ice creamery Salt & Straw's unique flavors. The company offers interesting combos like Pistachio with Saffron, and Hibiscus and Coconut.

Salt & Straw sets January opening date for Waterfront Vancouver

A variety of the West Coast ice creamery Salt & Straw's unique flavors. The company offers interesting combos like Pistachio with Saffron, and Hibiscus and Coconut.

December 20, 2023, 1:13pm Business

Portland ice cream phenom Salt & Straw is opening its Waterfront Vancouver location Jan. 5 — a joyful announcement for Vancouver’s ice cream fans. Read story

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Man’s burning body found on downtown Vancouver sidewalk; police say no foul play suspected

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December 20, 2023, 1:06pm Clark County News

Vancouver police are investigating after a man’s burning body was found early Wednesday morning on a sidewalk in downtown Vancouver. No foul play is suspected at this time. Read story

Above, The Ninebark apartments near the Port of Camas-Washougal are among new developments coming to Clark County.

Clark County could see 1,000s more apartments in 2024 as developments in Vancouver, Camas, Washougal take shape

Above, The Ninebark apartments near the Port of Camas-Washougal are among new developments coming to Clark County.

December 15, 2023, 6:04am Business

Fisher’s Quarry, the Heights, Waterfront Gateway and the Camas-Washougal waterfront — will be moving into their next stages of development next year. Combined, the mixed-use developments are expected to bring thousands of new residential units and tens of thousands of square feet of retail space to the county. Read story

After its windows were broken in recent weeks, Bleu Door Bakery decided to sell Broken Window cookies so the community could show support for the business.

Vancouver businesses’ windows broken during spate of vandalism

After its windows were broken in recent weeks, Bleu Door Bakery decided to sell Broken Window cookies so the community could show support for the business.

December 12, 2023, 5:12pm Business

Bleu Door Bakery has been a staple of Vancouver’s Uptown Village for more than a decade. It’s well known in the community for its decadent pastries and cookies. Read story

The Vancouver School of Arts and Academics is pictured May 1, 2020.

Vancouver School of Arts and Academics switches to lottery admission

The Vancouver School of Arts and Academics is pictured May 1, 2020.

December 11, 2023, 7:05pm Clark County News

Vancouver School of Arts and Academics, the biggest magnet school in Vancouver Public Schools, is changing its application process from a merit-based approach to a lottery system. Read story

Rabbi Shmulik Greenberg leads the crowd as they celebrate the beginning of Hanukkah with the lighting of the menorah Thursday evening at Esther Short Park in downtown Vancouver.

Celebrating Light over Darkness: Chabad Jewish Center of Clark County hosts lighting of menorah

Rabbi Shmulik Greenberg leads the crowd as they celebrate the beginning of Hanukkah with the lighting of the menorah Thursday evening at Esther Short Park in downtown Vancouver.

December 7, 2023, 7:20pm Churches & Religion

The Chabad Jewish Center of Clark County  hosted Thursday evening’s Hanukkah celebration in downtown Vancouver’s Esther Short Park. The event included a menorah-lighting ceremony. Read story