Will Campbell, The Columbian

Will Campbell

The Columbian

Vancouver, WA, United States

Contact Will

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown
  • The Columbian
  • SpokesmanReview
  • Emerald

Past articles by Will:

Amaro’s Table owners set to debut Vancouver breakfast spot

The owners of Amaro’s Table are opening a breakfast restaurant, called Cecilia, at the former Lapellah and Saap space in Vancouver on March 20. → Read More

Waterfront Vancouver construction about two-thirds complete

The 24.64 acre Waterfront Vancouver is about two-thirds finished, and every block could be developed by 2030, maybe even a year or two early. → Read More

Vancouver fitness company Nautilus plans to lay off 15 percent of staff as revenues plummet

Vancouver fitness equipment company Nautilus plans to lay off 15 percent of its employees due to declining revenue, according to a company statement. → Read More

BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse on Hayden Island is closing

Another Hayden Island restaurant, BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse, is closing, according to Portland news outlet KGW. The restaurant’s owners didn’t cite a specific reason. → Read More

Construction to begin on parking garage at The Waterfront Vancouver

A new parking garage at The Waterfront Vancouver is set to begin construction as soon as next week. → Read More

Vancouver’s RealWear to go public, merge with Seattle company

Vancouver-based tech company RealWear will become a publicly traded company this year and will also merge with Seattle-based Cascadia Acquisition Corp., according to a news release from both companies. → Read More

Vancouver set to get Filipino restaurant in January

Pork adobo in a rich sauce of soy, garlic, peppercorn and bay leaf. Crispy fried lumpia. Savory peanut butter beef stewed with veggies called “kare kare.” → Read More

Clark County continues strong jobs growth in October

Another 1,300 jobs were created in Clark County in October, according to the most recent estimates from the Washington Employment Security Department. → Read More

El Gaucho steakhouse opens at Vancouver waterfront

Vancouver’s newest restaurant and steakhouse El Gaucho opened at The Waterfront Vancouver on Thursday evening, also offering city’s first rooftop bar called the Witness Tree. Soon to follow, the Hotel → Read More

3 downtown Vancouver apartment complexes on the market

Three recently built apartment complexes in downtown Vancouver are for sale at a time when the market for developing and selling apartments is slowing down but still strong in the city. → Read More

Clark County adds 400 jobs in September

Clark County continued to add jobs in September: Not including seasonal trends, there were 400 more added last month, leaving the unemployment rate at 3.8 percent — more than a point lower than the 4. → Read More

U.S. gives nearly $700K to Washington nonprofit that connects startups, investors

Do you work at or own a Clark County startup that is thinking about finding venture capitalist investors? → Read More

1969 Citroen HY van helps Nomad Coffee create buzz in Vancouver

A new Vancouver coffee truck offers espresso drinks out of a 1969 Citroen HY van that owner Hayley Bennett had shipped here from Amsterdam and refurbished. → Read More

Saturday crash on St. John’s Road sends two to the hospital

At about 7:19 p.m., emergency crews responded to the crash and found one of the vehicles, a 2002 Ford Escape, on its top and pinning the driver underneath. → Read More

Amazon plans another building in east Vancouver

Another Amazon industrial building is joining the future cluster of Amazon distribution buildings near Northeast Fourth Plain Boulevard and Northeast 169th Avenue. → Read More

Vancouver’s first Tesla dealership, service station taking shape

Vancouver’s Tesla first dealership and service center is about halfway constructed at 6916 N.E. Fourth Plain Blvd. There’s no projected timeline for its opening, although progress shows it could open in about a year. → Read More

Parking lots and green areas to trade places along Vancouver waterfront

Two grassy fields north of Who Song & Larry’s near the railroad tracks are going to become construction staging and parking lots, and two existing parking lots near the river are going to eventually be turned into lawns. → Read More

Home near Ridgefield burned down; no injuries reported

Clark-Cowlitz Fire Rescue responded to a house fire Saturday evening that displaced a family of six. No injuries were reported. → Read More

Vice Beer brings nostalgic vibe, sour beers to Vancouver

Vancouver’s newest brewery, Vice Beer, is full of a few firsts for the city: first sour beers served from a slushie machine, first taps that pour directly from the holding tanks in a chilled room viewable from a window and glass door cut into the wall, and the first LUKR faucet – but more on that later. → Read More

New Vancouver food truck delivers taste of Jalisco

El Viejon Taqueria & Mariscos, Vancouver’s newest food truck, opened last week, serving authentic carne asada, al pastor, birria and mahi-mahi fish tacos atop fresh tortillas that are made to order — a critical part of Chef Eldy Prado’s Jalisco-style food. → Read More