Tuesday, October 4, 2022
Oct. 4, 2022

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Nomad Coffee's unusual-looking headquarters is a 1969 Citroen HY van. Owner Hayley Bennett bought it sight unseen from a seller in Amsterdam and had it shipped to the U.S.

1969 Citroen HY van helps Nomad Coffee create buzz in Vancouver

A new Vancouver coffee truck offers espresso drinks out of a 1969 Citroen HY van that owner Hayley Bennett had shipped here from Amsterdam and refurbished.
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Panattoni Development Company has proposed building a warehouse along Northeast 152nd Avenue in Vancouver. The project would be a neighbor to the Burnt Creek Logistics Center, pictured here, currently under construction. The two facilities would look similar.

Panattoni proposes warehouse along N.E. 152nd Avenue in east Vancouver

A warehouse has been proposed at 6103 N.E. 152nd Ave. near the Burnt Creek Logistics Center currently under construction.
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Pedestrians enjoy sunny conditions with a view of the Interstate 5 Bridge at the Waterfront Vancouver on April 29, 2021.

Interstate 5 Bridge replacement project submits federal grant application

The Interstate Bridge Replacement project submitted its first major federal grant application for $750 million in early August, heading toward its goal of breaking ground by late 2025 to early…
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Humane Society for Southwest Washington rescues 94 rabbits, prepares them for new homes

Nearly 100 bunnies will soon be available for adoption through the Humane Society for Southwest Washington after their owner surrendered them to Clark County Animal Control.
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Vancouver man to face charges in pedestrian hit-and-run death

Prosecutors intend to file a charge of vehicular homicide against an 18-year-old Vancouver man after the pedestrian victim in a Sunday crash died Monday morning.


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Job openings in Washington grew rapidly this summer. That’s not good news

This summer, more companies posted job openings in Washington state than almost anywhere else in the U.S., indicating inflation is likely to persist as labor…


Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson speaks March 23, 2022, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash.  (AP Photo/Ted S.

$518M from opioid settlement starts heading to Washington

The first payments from a $518 million settlement with the nation’s three largest opioid distributors will begin reaching Washington communities in December, providing much-needed cash…

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