Business

Fisher Investments moving HQ from Camas to Texas

Distribution company’s sale to PepsiCo causes dismay

A Ridgefield-based beverage distribution company’s decision to dissolve its craft beer distributors will “injure” many local and regional breweries, including Washougal’s 54-40 Brewing Company and Camas’ Grains of Wrath Brewing, “for years to come,” according to a nonprofit organization that represents Southwest Washington beer makers.

$100M available to pandemic-impacted businesses

Miere Catering moving to Washougal

Kara Hendrie decided to start a small catering business to complement her full-time job as a chef for a cafe in downtown Portland, in 2019. The side-gig started small but quickly grew into something that demanded more and more of her attention.

Port writes the book on sustainability

Port of Camas-Washougal officials have been promoting renewable energy sources lately — partnering with a county agency to install solar panels at its industrial park and taking the lead on installing electric vehicle chargers in East Clark County — and, now, the Port has literally written the book on how public agencies and businesses can improve their decarbonization efforts.

Camas-Washougal Chamber taking nominations for annual awards

Washougal man sentenced in workers’ comp fraud case

A Washougal resident pleaded guilty in Clark County Superior Court earlier this month to second-degree theft for stealing workers’ compensation benefits from the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I).

Camas pauses ‘parklet’ debate

Fans of downtown Camas’ outdoor dining “parklets” will have to wait at least a year to see if the open-air eating spaces put in place during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic might someday return.

Port of Camas-Washougal, Clark Public Utilities collaborate on new community solar project

Going Solar

Cascadia Northwest Real Estate opens

Several years ago, Shana O’Brien decided that she needed a change. She was working for a Vancouver-based real estate company at the time, but felt that the brokerage’s core values didn’t align with her own in terms of what it could be doing for the community it served.