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Special Weather Statement issued March 04 at 7:49PM PST by NWS

By [email protected] …WINDY CONDITIONS AND PERIODS OF HEAVIER RAIN THIS WEEK… EXPECT WINDY CONDITIONS TO INCREASE ALONG THE COAST TONIGHT WITH WIDESPREAD WIND GUSTS LIKELY TO TOP OUT IN THE 45 TO 55 MPH RANGE BETWEEN 1 AM AND 6 AM. A SECOND LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM WILL PRODUCE A STRONGER ROUND OF WIND LATE WEDNESDAY INTO THURSDAY. WIND GUSTS UP TO 65 MPH APPEAR LIKELY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH THURSDAY …read more

From: Grays Harbor ATOM WX

Three more Haagan stores closing, Aberdeen Top Food & Drug not among them

BELLINGHAM, Wash. – The Haggen grocery chain is closing three more stores in Washington, but the Aberdeen location will remain open. The Bellingham company announced this week that they are closing” TOP Food & Drug” stores in Kent, Auburn and Yakima.
Earlier this year Haggen announced plans to close stores in Tacoma, Lacey, Federal Way, Bellevue and Shoreline. The company says the closures are part of a long-term plan to improve competitiveness. They currently operate more than 20 stores in Washington and Oregon under the Haggen Northwest Fresh and TOP Food & Drug names.

Ground beef recall includes Aberdeen Top Foods store, 97% lean NatureSource

Haggen has removed the affected product from its stores and initiated its customer recall notification system. The company is asking customers of the affected stores to carefully check their refrigerators and freezers for recalled ground beef. Any opened or unopened products included in this recall should not be consumed and should be returned to their local Haggen or TOP Food & Drug store for a full refund.

Consumers who have questions about the recall may contact Haggen at 1-360-733-8720 or may contact National Beef’s consumer relations toll free at 1-800-449-BEEF.

U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service advises all consumers to safely prepare their raw meat products, including fresh and frozen, and only consume ground beef that has been cooked to a temperature of 160° F. The only way to confirm that ground beef is cooked to a temperature high enough to kill harmful bacteria is to use a food thermometer that measures internal temperature.