<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=192888919167017&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">
Tuesday,  July 16 , 2024

Linkedin Pinterest

Tagged Articles:
West Vancouver

Nearly four years to the day after Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and then Oregon Gov. Kate Brown restarted the Interstate 5 Bridge replacement effort, Inslee held a press conference in front of the I-5 Bridge to reaffirm his support of the project.

‘The state of Washington is making this a highest priority’: Gov. Jay Inslee visits Interstate 5 Bridge

Nearly four years to the day after Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and then Oregon Gov. Kate Brown restarted the Interstate 5 Bridge replacement effort, Inslee held a press conference in front of the I-5 Bridge to reaffirm his support of the project.

November 30, 2023, 6:42pm Clark County News

Nearly four years to the day since Washington Gov. Jay Inslee and then Oregon Gov. Kate Brown restarted the Interstate 5 Bridge replacement effort, Inslee revisited the bridge on Thursday to reaffirm his commitment to the project. Read story

Owner Ratany Ouk decorates the exterior of her shop Ratany Bloom at 1911 Main St. in Vancouver&rsquo;s Uptown Village. A recent survey shows three quarters of small retailers rely heavily on holiday shoppers.

Holiday shopping season critical to Clark County’s small businesses

Owner Ratany Ouk decorates the exterior of her shop Ratany Bloom at 1911 Main St. in Vancouver&rsquo;s Uptown Village. A recent survey shows three quarters of small retailers rely heavily on holiday shoppers.

November 29, 2023, 6:07am Business

Clark County’s retailers are just starting their busy season, a time that is critically important to small retailers nationwide. Still, a new survey shows consumers may not be aware of how beneficial it is to small businesses when consumers spend their dollars locally. Read story

Everybody Has a Story: The most memorable holiday we ever had

November 25, 2023, 6:05am Clark County Life

Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday. Unlike other holidays, it is remarkably free of hype — no gift exchanges, no particular religious significance, no special sales in the stores, no decorations. And it’s more than a feast. It’s a day when we are asked to be as thankful as it is… Read story

Nearly 100 roses at the Esther Short Park Rose Garden were recently pruned and mulched for the late fall and winter seasons by volunteers with the Fort Vancouver Rose Society.

Fort Vancouver Rose Society winterizes roses at Esther Short Park garden

Nearly 100 roses at the Esther Short Park Rose Garden were recently pruned and mulched for the late fall and winter seasons by volunteers with the Fort Vancouver Rose Society.

November 25, 2023, 5:42am Community

Nearly 100 roses at the Esther Short Park Rose Garden were recently pruned and mulched for the late fall and winter seasons. Read story

Council for the Homeless issues severe weather alert in Clark County, activating additional resources, shelter

November 24, 2023, 4:23pm Churches & Religion

Council for the Homeless issued a severe weather alert Friday for the emergency shelter system in Clark County. Read story

Kyle Smith of J&amp;J Roofing &amp; Construction helps prepare for the holidays while arranging festive lights on a tree in Esther Short Park on Monday morning. The annual community tree lighting, which is produced by the Rotary Club of Vancouver with presenting sponsor Waste Connections, will be held Friday.

Vancouver’s annual holiday tree-lighting ceremony adds parade to festivities

Kyle Smith of J&amp;J Roofing &amp; Construction helps prepare for the holidays while arranging festive lights on a tree in Esther Short Park on Monday morning. The annual community tree lighting, which is produced by the Rotary Club of Vancouver with presenting sponsor Waste Connections, will be held Friday.

November 21, 2023, 6:05am Business

It’s beginning to look a lot light Christmas, even with two days to go until Thanksgiving. Read story

Outsiders Inn Co-Director, Adam Kravitz hugs Sabrina Thayer, a “success story” graduate of the previous iterations of the housing program. Sabrina’s husband, James Thayer is at right, and Co-Director Ren Autrey is at left.

Third Safe Stay opens in Vancouver: ‘I hope we can save some lives and make things safer for folks’

Outsiders Inn Co-Director, Adam Kravitz hugs Sabrina Thayer, a “success story” graduate of the previous iterations of the housing program. Sabrina’s husband, James Thayer is at right, and Co-Director Ren Autrey is at left.

November 20, 2023, 4:00pm Clark County News

Outsiders Inn outreach team members arranged a Home Sweet Home front door mat and a blanket on a bed before closing the door of the downtown pallet shelter — decorated with a wreath handmade by the city of Vancouver’s homeless response manager, Jamie Spinelli, and her daughter. Read story

October was a record month for Subarus rolling through the Port of Vancouver.

Record number of Subarus roll through Port of Vancouver in October

October was a record month for Subarus rolling through the Port of Vancouver.

November 17, 2023, 6:08am Business

A record 13,529 Subarus rolled through the Port of Vancouver in October, the most in the 31-year partnership between the Japanese car company and the port. The previous high mark was 12,900 in July 2022. Read story

A sign near Vancouver City Hall depicts development plans for the area as some residents begin to pack their belongings and leave.

One of the cleaner and safer homeless camps, ‘City Hall camp’ to be removed to make way for Vancouver development

A sign near Vancouver City Hall depicts development plans for the area as some residents begin to pack their belongings and leave.

November 14, 2023, 6:05am Business

One of Vancouver’s most visible encampments — dubbed the “city hall camp” by some locals due to its proximity to the building — will be largely removed Thursday to make way for development on the site. Read story

A prototype of Orange Nebula&rsquo;s latest game, Spirit Fire, is sprawled out across a conference room table in the Orange Nebula office.

Vancouver game board company Orange Nebula has got game and you can help them add more

A prototype of Orange Nebula&rsquo;s latest game, Spirit Fire, is sprawled out across a conference room table in the Orange Nebula office.

November 13, 2023, 6:04am Business

One of the first things a visitor sees walking into game publisher Orange Nebula’s downtown Vancouver headquarters is a table displaying a tiny brass statue of R2-D2. The eclectically decorated space reflects the strong creative nerd vibes everyone working there gives off. Read story