Business

Natalia’s Cafe changes ownership

Two women who have known each other for 17 years are excited to be business partners at a downtown Camas institution.

WorkSource, Clark College combine resources

In a move that will bring enhanced employment services, access to training funds and job openings to students, the Southwest Washington Workforce Development Council and Clark College have entered into an agreement to have a WorkSource employee on-site at the college.

Arktana offer to benefit All God’s Children International

A local shoe store is partnering with a children's charity based in Vancouver, to raise money and awareness for orphans around the world.

Port of C-W director to host lunch event on Friday

Area residents and business representatives are invited to a complimentary lunch with Port Executive Director Dave Ripp.

SCORE workshop will teach QuickBooks

SCORE will offer a class for small business owners focusing on an introduction to basic QuickBooks Friday, July 17, from 9 a.m. to noon, in Vancouver.

Car Smash to be held Saturday

A local car dealer is hosting a car smash for the second year in a row on Independence Day.

Clark College Outstanding Alumni Award nominations needed

Nominations are open for Clark College's 2015 Outstanding Alumni Award and the Rising Star Alumni Award.

Sports memorabilia is sold at new Washougal shop

A local family that has overcome substance abuse and financial struggles wants its new business to make a difference in the community.

Camas-Washougal Chamber Happy Hour to feature wine June 11

Wines from Napa Valley, California will be available to taste at the next Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce Happy Hour.

Pendleton Mill lands on great American factory tours list

CNN.com recently included the Pendleton Woolen Mill, in Washougal, on its list of "Nine Great American Factory Tours."

Recycling of block foam packaging no longer available to area residents

Clark County and regional partners will look for new options to recycle block foam after the only processor in the Portland-Vancouver area stopped accepting the material.