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Protesters with the activist groups Mosquito Fleet and Portland Rising Tide attempted to block a ship from docking at the Port of Vancouver to offload oil pipe supplies on Nov. 5, 2019. Criminal charges against four of the climate activists have been dropped.

Charges dismissed against activists who tried to block 2019 shipment at Port of Vancouver

Protesters with the activist groups Mosquito Fleet and Portland Rising Tide attempted to block a ship from docking at the Port of Vancouver to offload oil pipe supplies on Nov. 5, 2019. Criminal charges against four of the climate activists have been dropped.

July 22, 2021, 5:53pm Clark County News

Criminal charges against four climate activists who attempted to block a shipment of parts for an oil pipeline at the Port of Vancouver in November 2019 were dismissed Wednesday in Clark County District Court. Read story

(Photos by Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

Vancouver donates wood to Friends of the Carpenter

(Photos by Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

July 21, 2021, 5:13pm Churches & Religion

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle chats with Brian Trembley of Sticks Custom Portable Bandsaw Milling while visiting the nonprofit Friends of the Carpenter on Wednesday morning. Read story

Man presumed drowned at Frenchman’s Bar

July 18, 2021, 10:19pm Clark County News

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The I-5 bridge looking north from the southeast tower into Vancouver.

I-5 Bridge project details timeline, goals

The I-5 bridge looking north from the southeast tower into Vancouver.

July 18, 2021, 6:04am Clark County News

Less than a year from now, the Interstate Bridge Replacement Program office hopes to have settled on a single preferred configuration for a new Interstate 5 Bridge over the Columbia River — one that would answer all of the big design questions, such as how many lanes the bridge would… Read story

CARTER PARK: Party in the Parks, a program by Vancouver Parks and Recreation, kicked off on July 6 at Brickyard Park.

Party in the Parks kicks off at Brickyard Park

CARTER PARK: Party in the Parks, a program by Vancouver Parks and Recreation, kicked off on July 6 at Brickyard Park.

July 18, 2021, 5:39am Community

CARTER PARK — Vancouver Parks and Recreation’s Party in the Parks program kicked off July 6 and 8 at Brickyard Park, followed by a pop-up at Endeavour Park on July 13 and 15. Read story

Guests listen to National Park Service curator Meagan Huff talk about the work immigrants performed at Vancouver Barracks in the 1880s. The former Infantry Barracks in the background now serves as headquarters of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.

New walking tour at Vancouver Barracks examines American frontier life in the 1880s

Guests listen to National Park Service curator Meagan Huff talk about the work immigrants performed at Vancouver Barracks in the 1880s. The former Infantry Barracks in the background now serves as headquarters of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.

July 17, 2021, 2:04pm Clark County News

After the Hudson’s Bay fur traders left Fort Vancouver, and long before the Doughboys of World War I arrived, Vancouver Barracks was an Army post in transition. Read story

The Crosley Lanes sign flashes and spins on Tuesday in Vancouver. Owners Don and Rachel Allen plan to retire and sell the property to a developer who intends to build a five-story apartment complex on the site.

Crosley Lanes to be sold, Vancouver site to become apartments

The Crosley Lanes sign flashes and spins on Tuesday in Vancouver. Owners Don and Rachel Allen plan to retire and sell the property to a developer who intends to build a five-story apartment complex on the site.

July 15, 2021, 6:02am Business

Allen’s Crosley Lanes, the 65-year-old bowling center in Vancouver’s Hudson’s Bay neighborhood, is heading for an upcoming — though not quite imminent — closure. Read story

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle and Gov. Jay Inslee survey The Waterfront Vancouver while standing in front of an interactive sculpture that depicts the topography of the Columbia River on Tuesday. Inslee toured the waterfront with the mayor before meeting with local small-business owners.

Clark County small businesses share frustrations during Inslee’s Vancouver visit

Vancouver Mayor Anne McEnerny-Ogle and Gov. Jay Inslee survey The Waterfront Vancouver while standing in front of an interactive sculpture that depicts the topography of the Columbia River on Tuesday. Inslee toured the waterfront with the mayor before meeting with local small-business owners.

July 13, 2021, 6:47pm Clark County Business

Small-business owners gathered Tuesday afternoon for a conversation with Gov. Jay Inslee, who visited Clark County to discuss pandemic recovery and tour the city’s new waterfront development. Read story

Deserted desks line the main office of ZoomInfo in downtown Vancouver.(Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

ZoomInfo announces $575M acquisition of Chorus.ai

Deserted desks line the main office of ZoomInfo in downtown Vancouver.(Amanda Cowan/The Columbian)

July 13, 2021, 10:02am Business

Vancouver-based ZoomInfo announced Tuesday that it will acquire business intelligence company Chorus.ai in a $575 million transaction. Read story

The former Joe's Crab Shack building and Who Song & Larry's pictured from the Interstate 5 Bridge.

Vancouver council approves Renaissance Boardwalk agreement

The former Joe's Crab Shack building and Who Song & Larry's pictured from the Interstate 5 Bridge.

July 12, 2021, 8:44pm Clark County News

Vancouver will move forward with a plan to transform a dilapidated waterfront pier and two old restaurant buildings into a luxury housing, retail and parking complex after originally shelving the project until the builder agreed to stricter climate goals. Read story