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Study: $7 billion investment in state transportation would yield $42 billion in benefits

Study: $7 billion investment in state transportation would yield $42 billion in benefits

A healthy ROI awaits the state of Washington if its leaders are willing to make ...

Downtown Vancouver cocktail bar readies for opening

Downtown Vancouver cocktail bar readies for opening

The owners of Grocery Cocktail and Social, a new cocktail bar/restaurant located...

WSU Vancouver: Enhancing the business community for 25 years

WSU Vancouver: Enhancing the business community for 25 years

25 years ago, Washington State University opened its Vancouver branch on the Cla...

Maruichi Northwest to invest $30 million in port steel mill

Maruichi Northwest to invest $30 million in port steel mill

A new steel mill is coming to the Port of Vancouver USA’s Centennial Industrial ...

Tidland Corporate Center sold for $3.3 million

Tidland Corporate Center sold for $3.3 million

Tidland Corporate Center, a 64,000-square-foot industrial building and 6.03-acre...

Introducing the Accomplished & Under 40 Class of 2014

Introducing the Accomplished & Under 40 Class of 2014

The Vancouver Business Journal is pleased to announce the Accomplished and Under...

Education & Workforce Development

WSU Vancouver: Enhancing the business community for 25 years

WSU Vancouver: Enhancing the business community for 25 years

25 years ago, Washington State University opened its Vancouver branch on the Clark College campus. From the very beginning, the university has been closely tied to Clark County’s business community, and those partnerships have grown even stronger over the last quarter-century.

WSU-Vancouver Chancellor Emile “Mel” Netzhammer joined the campus in July 2012, and has glowing praise for the relationsh...

Food & Agriculture

County, wine industry approaching smoother waters

County, wine industry approaching smoother waters

A learning experience. That is how both vineyard/winery owners and county officials seem to view the past few years, as they sought solutions that would encourage the development of wineries in the county while mitigating impacts to neighboring parcels. And, like many learning experiences, it was sometimes fraught with mistakes, misunderstandings and frustration. But Marty Snell, Clark County comm...

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New Spaces: Fuel Medical's new Camas headquarters

Last Monday, Fuel Medical held a ribbon cutting ceremony to celebrate the opening of their new company headquarters in downtown Camas. We stopped by to see what the medical management company’s new space has to offer. 

Spotlight

ExecuTech Lease Group: Putting the personal touch into equipment leasing

ExecuTech Lease Group: Putting the personal touch into equipment leasing

Many restaurants and small businesses use a cash register and a separate terminal to handle sales, while another PC handles timecards and inventory management. But as the business grows, so does the need for a full-scale point of sale (POS) system. Such a system in a restaurant, for example, integrates everything from placing an order to a credit card swipe into one piece of equipment. But this ty...

H&H Briefs

Vancouver medical center gets technology grant

Vancouver-based Evergreen Medical Center received a health information technology award from the Washington Health Information Collaborative. The medical center requested and received $5,900 to upgrade its electronic medical record software.

The Health Information Collaborative is a public-private partnership that is made up of Oregon’s Healthcare Direct, a subsidiary of First Choice Health, the Washington State Health Care Authority, the Puget Sound Health Alliance and Seattle-based Qualis Health.   

The goal of the awards program is to enhance quality of care by allowing clinics to upgrade their technology to capture information that supports decision making, focusing particularly on medical records.

The program, in its third year, mostly targets medical care centers in small and rural communities. It has distributed $2.2 million to date.

Neurology clinic founder announces retirement

Vancouver Neurologists founder J. Bruce Bell has announced plans to retire, effective Jan. 1.

Bell founded the neurological disorder diagnostic and treatment center with Robert Kim in 1980, and has been practicing in the Vancouver area since 1967. His departure will leave six neurologists at the practice.

Bell received his medical degree from Cornell University Medical College and completed an internship at King County Hospital. There, he served his residence and was clinical instructor at the University of Washington.

Bell is board-certified in neurology and previously served as an associate clinical professor of neurology at Oregon Health Sciences University.

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Local restaurants master recipe for good health

Local restaurants master recipe for good health

Six local restaurants are discovering that good health is good business.

Dragonfly Café, Farrar’s Bistro, Mighty Bowl, ...

Revival of cooperatives

Revival of cooperatives

Agricultural cooperatives are a quiet but massive force in our national economy, producing nearly $4 billion annually an...

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