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Care providers ‘all in’ on infrastructure improvements

Care providers ‘all in’ on infrastructure improvements

Across Southwest Washington, healthcare providers are making significant capital...

Tracking Vancouver’s new waterfront park

Tracking Vancouver’s new waterfront park

The redevelopment of the old Boise-Cascade Mill site in downtown Vancouver has l...

Nutter Corp. to install utilities at Vancouver waterfront

Nutter Corp. to install utilities at Vancouver waterfront

Nutter Corporation has been authorized by the Port of Vancouver to make stormwat...

Northwest Grain Handlers, ILWU reach tentative agreement

Northwest Grain Handlers, ILWU reach tentative agreement

A two-year long dispute and eventual work stoppage over workplace rules between ...

Banfield CEO details move to Vancouver

Banfield CEO details move to Vancouver

Tony Ueber, president and CEO of Banfield Pet Hospital, a subsidiary of Mars, In...

CenturyLink strengthens commitment to Clark County with gigabit service

CenturyLink strengthens commitment to Clark County with gigabit service

CenturyLink announced this week that broadband speeds up to 1 gigabit per second...

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Tracking Vancouver’s new waterfront park

Tracking Vancouver’s new waterfront park

The redevelopment of the old Boise-Cascade Mill site in downtown Vancouver has long been a top priority for city leaders. And while the mixed-use project has the potential to be a game-changer for the city, the key to its success may very well lie at the water’s edge.

The 32-acre project will include one million square feet of office space and 250,000 square feet of retail space, including propos...

Health Care & Hospitals

Care providers ‘all in’ on infrastructure improvements

Care providers ‘all in’ on infrastructure improvements

Across Southwest Washington, healthcare providers are making significant capital investments in infrastructure, in response to an increased number of patients (due the Affordable Care Act) and growing pressure for interoperability and integration among healthcare providers.

According to Ryan Ball, Peacehealth’s chief information officer, Peacehealth is in the midst of the second-largest capital i...

News Briefs

Group of nonprofits receives $1.1 million YouthBuild Grant

A group of nonprofit organizations has banded together and received a $1.1 million YouthBuild Grant from the U.S. Department of Labor. The grant will be used to support up to 60 at-risk Clark County youth with academic and construction skills training.

Spotlight

Spoiled Spa & Salon: ‘Sharing’ in success

Spoiled Spa & Salon: ‘Sharing’ in success

“Life can be stressful enough as a 25-year-old mother of a 17-month-old and expecting a second child – imagine starting a new business at the same time. That’s exactly what April did almost three-and-a-half years ago when she opened the doors to Spoiled Spa and Salon,” says Diane McWithey, executive director of Share, a Vancouver-based nonprofit.

April Truong is indeed a success story. Armed with...

First tenants sign up at Battle Ground Village

Two first-time businesses are the first tenants to sign on at Battle Ground Village.

Two first-time businesses are the first tenants to sign on at Battle Ground Village.

Home décor shop Distinctively Home, opened Aug. 20 and will have a grand opening celebration in mid-September.

Owners Becky and Derek Dunning of Battle Ground leased 2,098 square feet.

Fellow Battle Ground residents Rafael and Kimberly Rivera have leased 1,001 square feet to open Blue Castle Coffee, a coffee and sandwich shop.

Both businesses will be located in Building B – 802 S.E. 14th Ave. – which has 2,300 square feet remaining and is move-in ready.

Building A is nearly ready for tenants, said Linda Thomas, corporate development coordinator for The Management Group, which is leasing the space.

The Gold Medal Group is developing the 21-acre retail center, which will have 18 buildings total. Six more buildings are currently under construction.

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Healthcare changes increase appeal of company wellness

Healthcare changes increase appeal of company wellness

Whether they are referred to as “Wellness Programs,” “Lifestyle Management Programs” or “Health Coverage Premium Incenti...

Hearing loss and its impact on income and quality of life

Hearing loss and its impact on income and quality of life

Hearing – one of our most important senses for communication and interaction with other human beings (recall the Helen K...

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