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Planes taxi on the runway at Pearson Field on Monday morning. The airport has received $4 million in federal funding in the past five years, allowing for its near complete rehabilitation.

Flying Together: Federal funding brings runway light, electrical system overhaul to Vancouver’s Pearson Field Airport

Planes taxi on the runway at Pearson Field on Monday morning. The airport has received $4 million in federal funding in the past five years, allowing for its near complete rehabilitation.

July 9, 2024, 6:07am Business

Vancouver’s Pearson Field Airport has operated for more than a century. Over the past five years, Guy Lennon has worked to cement its future. Read story

Bud tenders Angela Rodriquez, left, and Chris Curtis work on customer orders at Main Street Marijuana in Hazel Dell. This year marks the 10th anniversary of legalized marijuana retail sales in Clark County.

10 years ago Clark County feared reefer madness; today legal marijuana is a main street business

Bud tenders Angela Rodriquez, left, and Chris Curtis work on customer orders at Main Street Marijuana in Hazel Dell. This year marks the 10th anniversary of legalized marijuana retail sales in Clark County.

July 6, 2024, 6:14am Business

When marijuana was legalized for retail sale in Clark County, some critics feared an exploding drug scene. But 10 years later, officials say those initial fears haven’t played out. Read story

Clark County Business Briefing for June 29, 2024

June 29, 2024, 5:57am Business

FISH - Friends in Service to Humanity has appointed Dr. Beth Lee as the new president of its board of directors, succeeding, Katlin Smith. Read story

Pretzel Bites and Beer Cheeze, Bakon Mac and Cheeze, and Girl Dinner are among the delicious plant-based options at 3 Howls Remedy House in Vancouver&rsquo;s Uptown Village.

You’ll be howling for seconds at 3 Howls Remedy House in Uptown Village Vancouver

Pretzel Bites and Beer Cheeze, Bakon Mac and Cheeze, and Girl Dinner are among the delicious plant-based options at 3 Howls Remedy House in Vancouver&rsquo;s Uptown Village.

June 28, 2024, 6:05am Clark County Life

If I didn’t tell you 3 Howls Remedy House is Vancouver’s only plant-based restaurant and bar, you would have no idea that you weren’t eating animal products. You would just want to return again and again for the stellar cocktails and the cauliflower bites that I wish I was eating… Read story

Vancouver plans Q&A sessions with finalists for city manager post

June 27, 2024, 6:16pm Clark County News

Vancouver residents are invited to meet the finalists for the city manager position. Read story

Fort Vancouver&rsquo;s collection of archaeological Spode &ndash; that is, pieces and fragments of the dishware that were literally found in the ground &ndash; is the largest in the world, according to curator Meagan Huff.

Spode ceramics spectacle: Unmatched collection of pieces on display at Vancouver National Historic Site

Fort Vancouver&rsquo;s collection of archaeological Spode &ndash; that is, pieces and fragments of the dishware that were literally found in the ground &ndash; is the largest in the world, according to curator Meagan Huff.

June 27, 2024, 6:05am Clark County Life

Did Celiast Smith ever admire the intricate artistry on Spode ceramic dishes, saucers and cups? It’s more than likely, said Meagan Huff, curator at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, since Spode was so commonly used at the fort in the mid-1800s. Read story

Wine tasting to raise money for Free Clinic of Southwest Washington

June 25, 2024, 5:30pm Business

The Free Clinic of Southwest Washington will host its annual wine-tasting fundraiser Aug. 4 at Burnt Bridge Cellars, 1500 Broadway, Vancouver. Read story

As Southeast First Street is under construction, patrons of English Estate Winery might be confused by roadwork and how they can access the winery, which is open for business. The winery does most of its business in the summer. At top, a sign guides visitors to the winery entrance.

English Estate Winery owner says she had about a week’s notice before First Street construction shut down traffic

As Southeast First Street is under construction, patrons of English Estate Winery might be confused by roadwork and how they can access the winery, which is open for business. The winery does most of its business in the summer. At top, a sign guides visitors to the winery entrance.

June 25, 2024, 6:07am Business

Summer is normally a busy time of year for English Estate Winery in east Vancouver. But this year, road construction directly in front of the winery means customers don’t realize they can still access the business. Read story

A close-up of the cap gun recovered at the scene of the June 8 fatal police shooting of Vadim Sashchenko near the Vancouver waterfront.

Weapon in fatal police shooting near the Vancouver waterfront was a modified cap gun

A close-up of the cap gun recovered at the scene of the June 8 fatal police shooting of Vadim Sashchenko near the Vancouver waterfront.

June 21, 2024, 1:52pm Clark County News

The apparent firearm a man pointed at a Vancouver police officer before the officer fatally shot him was a modified cap gun, investigators said Friday. Read story

The Salmon Run Bell Tower in Esther Short Park was built in 2002, but it hasn&rsquo;t told the accurate time &mdash; or the Chinook legend of the salmon &mdash; in several years. The city plans to spend $1.83 million getting it back in shape.

Esther Short Park bell tower to ring again after Vancouver approves $1.83 million for repairs

The Salmon Run Bell Tower in Esther Short Park was built in 2002, but it hasn&rsquo;t told the accurate time &mdash; or the Chinook legend of the salmon &mdash; in several years. The city plans to spend $1.83 million getting it back in shape.

June 19, 2024, 6:03am Clark County News

The story of the salmon is the story of the Chinook Indian Nation. In Spring 2002, that story started getting told like clockwork — every day at noon, 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. — by a recorded voice and moving mechanical display set halfway up the face of the Salmon… Read story