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Fire Safety Tips for Your Christmas Tree

Don’t let Christmas ever heat up too much — with fire that is. Did you know that Christmas trees alone result in 13 million dollars, annually, in property damage? More importantly, these fires present real risk towards family and friends. When showcasing a live tree in your home, the combination of tree dryness, electrical malfunction […]

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Multnomah Falls opens to visitors for the first time since Eagle Creek Fire closure

CASCADE LOCKS, Ore. – Multnomah Falls will reopen to the public Wednesday for the first time since the Eagle Creek Fire caused it to close in September. The scenic area, including Multnomah Falls Lodge, the front plaza, and the Interstate 84 parking lot will begin welcoming visitors once again. This will be the first time […]

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Vancouver Named #1 Hipster City in America

Being in the “middle of nowhere” hasn’t stopped avocado toast from greening the menu at Mighty Bowl, or the people-powered party called Couve Cycle from pedaling our sloppy downtown streets from pub to brewery to tap room. And it didn’t stop Vancouver from topping a new list of the “most hipster” cities in America. MoveHub, […]

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Staff Spotlight: Megan McGlohn

Every month we like to introduce  one of our awesome staff members  so you can get to know them better. This month, Account Manager Megan McGlohn talks about her love for her baby and the Nebraska Cornhuskers. You won the lottery! What’s your first purchase?  Various vacations all over the world for my family. Share one thing […]

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Composting now available to businesses in Clark County

Here’s an eye-opening fact: Food scraps comprise one-third of all waste sent to the landfill by Clark County businesses. Dumped in landfills, food waste produces 40 percent of the nation’s methane gas emissions. That’s concerning because methane gas contributes significantly to climate change. To address this issue locally, the Clark County Public Health Green Business […]

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Vancouver named sixth-best city for retirees

City earns high marks for arts, outdoors, weather. The famed Silver Tsunami that’s sweeping the nation appears to be headed right here. Vancouver has been named the nation’s sixth-best city in which to retire by Livability.com. That’s a research-and-marketing firm that generates ratings for small-to-mid-sized American cities after evaluating everything from walkability to crime rates […]

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Staff Spotlight: Karadee Dunbar

Every month we like to introduce  one of our awesome staff members  so you can get to know them better. This month, Account Manager Karadee Dunbar talks about the joys in her life.  You won the lottery! What’s your first purchase? This is easy!  My first purchase would be our Family Dream House…an old farm house […]

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Halloween: Keepin’ it Safe While Having Fun

Halloween is just around the corner and the streets will be filled with ghosts and goblins, super heroes and movie legends. The celebration is growing more and more popular with everyone – kids to adults – and the American Red Cross has some safety tips people can follow to help stay safe this Halloween while […]

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Driving in Fog Safely

  Fog can be one of the most dangerous weather conditions for both new and experienced drivers. Fog has the potential to reduce visibility significantly, so it is critical that drivers stay focused on the road in order to stay safe. Severe weather demands your undivided attention, so be sure to reduce any possible distractions […]

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Washington not ready for earthquakes and tsunamis, Inslee is told

Oregon, California, and British Columbia are all ahead of Washington state when it comes to schools, roads, and privately owned older buildings being ready to resist the shaking forces from an earthquake. That’s the message Governor Jay Inslee is being given. Inslee was presented with the information from his Resilient Washington Subcabinet. The subcabinet was […]

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