Port of Vancouver

For your voting ease: A master list of the 2021 primary election endorsements

Candidate endorsements are often covered piecemeal, with a separate news item every time a notable local organization throws its support behind someone running for office in Clark County. From a voter’s […]

Congresswoman is ‘deeply disappointed’ in the Port of Vancouver

Look, guys. She’s not mad. Just disappointed. In an open statement to the Port of Vancouver’s board of commissioners, Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, said she was “deeply disappointed to […]

The greatest show on earth

Adjudication is coming. No wait, don't stop reading, I swear it's important and cool and fun, despite the snore-inducing name. The proposal for the nation's largest oil terminal is going on […]

Cut and run?

Port of Vancouver CEO Todd Coleman decided four years ago he's only going to lead the port for four years. He reminded his three bosses, the port's commissioners, with a two-week […]

Take your ticket, cross your fingers

When I get to Tuesday's public hearing on Vancouver Energy's lease amendment, I'll be in my seat for up to 12 hours. But that's my job, and I'm actually pretty […]

A room with a view

If you're like me, you want to see anything proposed on the waterfront to succeed, if not for the economy then for the city's character, appeal and aesthetic. (If you're […]

Waterfront showdown

At this morning's Economic Forecast Breakfast, The Columbian's annual, well, economic forecast breakfast, I had the pleasure of watching a panel discussion on the future of downtown and the waterfront. I was […]

Scroll to top