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ESTHER SHORT: A previously poorly-lit corridor near West Ninth and Main streets received new lighting through a program offered by Vancouver's Downtown Association.

Vancouver’s downtown corridor receives lighting upgrade

ESTHER SHORT: A previously poorly-lit corridor near West Ninth and Main streets received new lighting through a program offered by Vancouver's Downtown Association.

July 11, 2021, 5:34am Community

ESTHER SHORT — A previously poorly lit corridor near West Ninth and Main streets was targeted as a location to receive new lighting through a program offered by Vancouver’s Downtown Association. Read story

A local developer has bought the former Spanky's Legendary Consignment building in downtown Vancouver and plans to renovate it into a restaurant and office space. The structure has been vacant since 2008 and has become a prominent downtown eyesore.

Owner plans renovation of former Spanky’s downtown Vancouver building

A local developer has bought the former Spanky's Legendary Consignment building in downtown Vancouver and plans to renovate it into a restaurant and office space. The structure has been vacant since 2008 and has become a prominent downtown eyesore.

July 9, 2021, 6:05am Business

More than 12 years after the closure of the downtown branch of Spanky’s Legendary Consignment, the business’s former home is set to receive a major overhaul. Read story

At left, field school students carefully clean wood and rocks found at the dig site along  the waterfront in Vancouver.

Students dig into Clark County history during archaeology summer field school

At left, field school students carefully clean wood and rocks found at the dig site along  the waterfront in Vancouver.

July 8, 2021, 6:03am Clark County News

If you’ve driven by the Columbia River waterfront in the last couple of weeks, you’ve likely noticed a group of students digging through the land near Who Song & Larry’s and are wondering what’s going on. Read story

A rockin' crowd at the Gorge Amphitheatre.

Film pays tribute to Central Washington’s Gorge Amphitheatre

A rockin' crowd at the Gorge Amphitheatre.

July 8, 2021, 6:01am Clark County Life

Even though it was delayed for over a year, the release of a documentary film about Central Washington’s Gorge Amphitheatre — a film about music and the sheer joy of togetherness — seems right on time after all. “Enormous: The Gorge Story” opens July 21 at area theaters, including Vancouver’s… Read story

Judy Hopps, voiced by Ginnifer Goodwin, left, and Nick Wilde, voiced by Jason Bateman, second left, star in the animated film, "Zootopia." (Disney)
David Chang, left, and Anthony Bourdain in Morgan Neville's new documentary, "Roadrunner." (Contributed by Focus Features, in association with Zero Point Zero)

What’s playing in weeks to come at Clark County’s indie theaters

David Chang, left, and Anthony Bourdain in Morgan Neville's new documentary, "Roadrunner." (Contributed by Focus Features, in association with Zero Point Zero)

July 8, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

While “Enormous” will be in wide release at local chain theaters, don’t forget that it’s also playing at Clark County’s two independent cinemas: the Liberty in Camas and the Kiggins in Vancouver. Read story

Street paving in preparation for the new bike lane striping project is underway along Columbia Street near the intersection of 33rd Street on Wednesday morning. The contractor, Granite Construction, expects to wrap up the first phase of the work in mid-July.

Columbia Street repaving project a major pedal pusher

Street paving in preparation for the new bike lane striping project is underway along Columbia Street near the intersection of 33rd Street on Wednesday morning. The contractor, Granite Construction, expects to wrap up the first phase of the work in mid-July.

July 7, 2021, 7:19pm Clark County News

A long-planned project to repave and restripe Columbia Street in west Vancouver is finally underway, with crews expected to wrap up the first phase of their work around mid-July. Read story

Guest service agent Libby Lusk keeps the credit card machines at the front desk disinfected at the Hilton Vancouver in 2020.

Heat drives many residents into Clark County hotels

Guest service agent Libby Lusk keeps the credit card machines at the front desk disinfected at the Hilton Vancouver in 2020.

July 4, 2021, 6:02am Business

The extreme heat pushed many people into hotels last weekend, giving the hospitality industry a boost in business. Read story

ESTHER SHORT: James Fitzgerald, executive director of nonprofit organization FISH of Vancouver, accepts a donation from 10-year-old Chloe Daarud.

Vancouver 10-year-old’s donation keeps growing

ESTHER SHORT: James Fitzgerald, executive director of nonprofit organization FISH of Vancouver, accepts a donation from 10-year-old Chloe Daarud.

July 3, 2021, 6:02am Community

ESTHER SHORT — When 10-year-old Chloe Daarud told her mother, Kristina Walsh-Daarud, she wanted to donate $50 to a good cause, her mother gave her an idea. Read story

Iced orange passion fruit jasmine tea and butterfly pea flower tea with lemon juice at Dandelion Teahouse.

Hey Clark County, chill out with cool summer concoctions

Iced orange passion fruit jasmine tea and butterfly pea flower tea with lemon juice at Dandelion Teahouse.

July 2, 2021, 6:00am Clark County Life

Everyone has their daily coffee or tea rituals. It’s easy to cling to these soothing habits like a baby clutching her favorite leaky sippy cup. As the weather heats up, however, it can feel nice to shed old routines by adding new flavors, colors and ice to your drink order. Read story