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The Tip Top Tavern voluntarily closed Saturday, citing concerns about the difficulty of enforcing the requirement that customers wear masks when not at their tables.

Vancouver bar Tip Top closes, cites challenge of state mask rule

The Tip Top Tavern voluntarily closed Saturday, citing concerns about the difficulty of enforcing the requirement that customers wear masks when not at their tables.

August 11, 2020, 6:02am Business

Iconic Vancouver bar Tip Top Tavern closed its doors Saturday afternoon “for the foreseeable future.” Its owner cited pressure caused by Washington’s COVID-19 mask rules. Read story

A fence surrounds the old church at 400 W. Evergreen Blvd., where loose bricks could pose a hazard to pedestrians.

Ed Lynch Estate buys downtown Vancouver block, but plans unclear

A fence surrounds the old church at 400 W. Evergreen Blvd., where loose bricks could pose a hazard to pedestrians.

August 2, 2020, 6:05am Clark County News

A square block of downtown Vancouver containing offices and a former church and performing arts center could someday house a nonprofit organization. Read story

BAGLEY DOWNS: Becky O'Donnell, president of the Clark County Newcomers Club, donates a check for $4,748.52 to Gail Czech, president of Friends of Hospice.

Clark County Newcomers Club donates to Friends of Hospice

BAGLEY DOWNS: Becky O'Donnell, president of the Clark County Newcomers Club, donates a check for $4,748.52 to Gail Czech, president of Friends of Hospice.

August 1, 2020, 5:47am Community

BAGLEY DOWNS — The Clark County Newcomers Club donated a check for $4,748 to the Friends of Hospice. Each year, the group selects a charity to support. Read story

Bartender Derek Devlin, center, takes an order from Marliese Franklin and Jerry Ames during a soft-opening lunch at the second location of Amaro's Table in Hazel Dell. The restaurant's official opening is scheduled for Monday.

Popular Vancouver restaurant Amaro’s Table to open Hazel Dell location

Bartender Derek Devlin, center, takes an order from Marliese Franklin and Jerry Ames during a soft-opening lunch at the second location of Amaro's Table in Hazel Dell. The restaurant's official opening is scheduled for Monday.

July 30, 2020, 5:31pm Business

Amaro’s Table, a popular fine-dining restaurant in downtown Vancouver, is opening a second location Monday in Hazel Dell. Read story

Members of The Historic Trust decided to give up hope of preserving the historic smokestack and boiler building, right, at the Providence Academy, because they couldn't justify the high costs.

Providence Academy smokestack to be demolished

Members of The Historic Trust decided to give up hope of preserving the historic smokestack and boiler building, right, at the Providence Academy, because they couldn't justify the high costs.

July 29, 2020, 6:05am Business

A century-old smokestack near Providence Academy is unsafe and will have to be torn down, according to The Historic Trust. Read story

Inventory at Briz Loan & Guitar is running thin as customers are buying guitars to keep busy during the pandemic, as seen in downtown Vancouver earlier this month.

Music & money strike the right chord at Briz Loan & Guitar

Inventory at Briz Loan & Guitar is running thin as customers are buying guitars to keep busy during the pandemic, as seen in downtown Vancouver earlier this month.

July 26, 2020, 6:05am Business

Matt Brislawn got schooled about the intersection of music and money when he was growing up in Vancouver. There was a single musical instrument store in town and everything it offered was new and pricey enough to be out of reach for eager, undercapitalized young musicians like him, he said. Read story

YWCA program holds summer celebration

July 25, 2020, 6:00am Community

SHUMWAY — Youth who participate in YWCA Clark County’s Independent Living Skills program had the opportunity to celebrate at a socially-distanced summer event on July 21 in the organization’s parking lot. Read story

Leah Jackson arranges artwork for a 2017 show on the male form at Angst Gallery in downtown Vancouver. She's closing the gallery to focus on her adjoining Main Street business, Niche Wine Bar.

Downtown Vancouver’s Angst Gallery to close July 31

Leah Jackson arranges artwork for a 2017 show on the male form at Angst Gallery in downtown Vancouver. She's closing the gallery to focus on her adjoining Main Street business, Niche Wine Bar.

July 23, 2020, 6:02am Business

Downtown Vancouver’s Angst Gallery will close July 31 after more than a decade of displaying emerging artists’ work. Read story

Heidi Griggs, manager of the joint Pepper Bridge Winery and Amavi Cellars tasting room, pours a glass in November at the tasting room on the ground floor of the Rediviva building. Two more wineries are set to join the lineup at The Waterfront.

Two more wineries planned for Waterfront Vancouver

Heidi Griggs, manager of the joint Pepper Bridge Winery and Amavi Cellars tasting room, pours a glass in November at the tasting room on the ground floor of the Rediviva building. Two more wineries are set to join the lineup at The Waterfront.

July 23, 2020, 6:02am Business

Two more wineries are heading to The Waterfront Vancouver, bringing the grand total to nine wineries with a current or planned presence at the development. Read story

The USNS Brittin will be docked at the Port of Vancouver for 90 days as it undergoes routine maintenance and inspection.

Massive USNS Brittin docks at Port of Vancouver for maintenance

The USNS Brittin will be docked at the Port of Vancouver for 90 days as it undergoes routine maintenance and inspection.

July 22, 2020, 8:14pm Business

At the Port of Vancouver, workers load and unload cargo, trucks cycle in and out, and cargo ships bound for Southeast Asia sit idly at the docks. Nestled quietly among it all is a colossal U.S. naval ship. Read story