Monthly Archives: August 2009

Bank of the Pacific Completes a Private Funded Raise in Capitol

Pacific Financial Corporation, the parent company for Bank of the Pacific, recently completed a $12.6 million private placement offering of common stock. “The common equity will be used to take advantage of growth opportunities within our geographic markets,” according to Dennis

September Is Weather Radio Awareness Month in Washington

An “all-hazards” warning system, used not only for flood and weather events, but also immediate life-threatening hazards like tsunamis, volcanic activity, AMBER child abduction alerts, and secondary hazards from terrorism and earthquakes.

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Mountain Dew/AMP Energy 50 Warriors Of Dirt Invade Grays Harbor Raceway

This Saturday Night at Grays Harbor Raceway located at the Fairgrounds in Elma.  The Oregon based Warriors of Dirt Late Model Tour will make their second and final appearance of the year at t Grays Harbor Raceway, for the running

AHAB Test to Take Place on Labor Day

Montesano, WA – Grays Harbor County will conduct the countywide AHAB (All Hazard Alert Broadcast) Siren test on Labor Day, Monday September 07, at noon.
 
AHAB sirens are located in Pacific Beach, Copalis Beach, Ocean City, Ocean Shores, Hoquiam, Aberdeen, Westport

Hoquiam Farmers Market News

HOQUIAM, Wash. - I’ll come right to the point today- we’ve got Produce, and more Produce!!!  Your Grays Harbor Public Market is absolutely stocked up on all sorts of fresh local veggies and fruit!
While on vacation on the other side

Update – Case Closed on Missing Woman Reported in Aberdeen

ABERDEEN, Wash. - During the investigation of this case Aberdeen Detectives were advised on 8/25/09 that a note had been mailed to the husband of Connie Forbis at their home in the 1500 block of Aberdeen Ave. 

Washington DFI Warns of Top 10 Financial Traps

Olympia – With a new school year about to begin, the Washington State Department of Financial Institutions Securities Division reminds investors to take stock of their financial education and arm themselves with the knowledge to sidestep this year’s Top

Does Your Cell Phone Cause Cancer?

Seattle, WA - You may not think twice when you make or take a call on your cell phone, but a new report offers some reasons for concern. The International EMF Collective (EMF stands for "electromagnetic fields") report, co-authored by

WSDOT Awards One of the Largest Recovery Act Projects

Construction employment hours and payroll doubled for Recovery Act related projects from June to July as work began or continued on more than 100 state and local highway projects. Employees collected an average of nearly $38 per hour for 144,308

Sanitation Concerns Prompt Actions by WDFW on the Skokomish River

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is taking measures to encourage better sanitary practices by anglers fishing the Skokomish River to protect both human health and fish and shellfish resources.

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