Back Issues: January 2, 2018

Port of Camas-Washougal commissioners hold regular meeting Jan. 3

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

The Port of Camas-Washougal Commission will hold a regular meeting on Wednesday, Jan. 3, at the Port Offices at 24 South A St., in Washougal. The meeting begins at 4 p.m.

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Vancouver Clinic launches new website, brand identity

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Vancouver Clinic, Clark County’s largest private, multi-specialty clinic, officially unveiled a completely redesigned website and brand identity on January 1. The New Year’s launch closes out a year of growth at the clinic and sets the stage for expansion in 2018.

Plans are already underway at the clinic to break ground in late spring on a new $6.7 million facility in Ridgefield. The 10,000-square foot facility will meet the primary care needs of North Clark County residents and house 8 providers with room to expand up to 30,000 square feet.

The move comes at the end of a year that saw the addition of 36 new providers to the clinic, which was already one of Clark County’s largest employers.

“We had a terrific year in 2017, and I think showing the people of Clark County a refreshed Vancouver Clinic lays the groundwork for other new developments in 2018,” says Mark Mantei, Vancouver Clinic CEO. “We have been serving communities in Clark County for 80 years, and we look forward to caring for people in these communities for another 80 years.”

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Jim Fischer performs holiday concert Jan. 6

Tuesday, January 2, 2018


Vancouver’s Jim Fischer, piano player, vocalist, and entertainer, invites the community to a “Twelfth Night of Christmas” musical celebration this Saturday, Jan. 6. Joining Fischer is Cathy Bolton, singer/songwriter and Windham Hill Records recording artist from Michigan.

Also on stage is John Standefer, a nationally renowned fingerstyle guitarist and Dr. Keith Collins, bass guitarist.

The concert is at 2 p.m., at First Presbyterian Church at 4300 Main St., Vancouver. Admission is free, but gratitude offerings will be warmly received. For more information, see www.jimfischer.net.

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Innovative Services NW promotes Susan Veneruso to VP of Internal Operations

Tuesday, January 2, 2018

Innovative Services NW has promoted Susan Veneruso to Vice President of Internal Operations. This position will add responsibility for facilities, risk management, IT and contracts to her former responsibilities of marketing, grants, and systems/processes. Veneruso has an MBA and a Masters of Technology Management from WSU Vancouver. She is a Leadership Clark County alumni, Class of 2016, and participates in Vistage, an advisory & executive coaching organization. She has been with Innovative almost 14 years.

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