Business

Business briefs

Recent developments in local businesses

  • May 11th, 2017

OCCU recognized for fraud prevention

OCCU wins “Best in Class” award

  • May 11th, 2017
(Courtesy photo) Employees of Timberland Bank and Greater Grays Harbor Inc. ambassadors pose for a photo. Timberland Bank was named GGHI Business of the Month of April.

Timberland is GGHI Biz of Month

Timberland employees contributing to GGHI programs

  • May 11th, 2017
(Courtesy photo) Employees of Timberland Bank and Greater Grays Harbor Inc. ambassadors pose for a photo. Timberland Bank was named GGHI Business of the Month of April.
Fournier Insurance Solutions celebrating 40 year anniversary

Fournier Insurance Solutions celebrating 40 year anniversary

Founder Dick Fournier started out of a bedroom

  • Apr 13th, 2017
Fournier Insurance Solutions celebrating 40 year anniversary
Preparations for phase 1 improvements to East Pioneer Avenue are underway

Preparations for phase 1 improvements to East Pioneer Avenue are underway

Representatives from local businesses have questions answered

  • Apr 13th, 2017
Preparations for phase 1 improvements to East Pioneer Avenue are underway
Monte mill brings back 29 jobs, forecasts for more

Monte mill brings back 29 jobs, forecasts for more

38 people lost their jobs when the mill closed in March 2016

  • Apr 13th, 2017
Monte mill brings back 29 jobs, forecasts for more
Satsop Business Park houses a unique blend of companies

Satsop Business Park houses a unique blend of companies

Operations at Satsop Business Park

  • Mar 30th, 2017
Satsop Business Park houses a unique blend of companies

Grays Harbor County tourism money up

Tourists spending money and creating jobs

  • Mar 16th, 2017

East County groups receive funding

Grays Harbor Community Foundation has invested more than $271,000 into the community

  • Mar 9th, 2017

Elma Chamber encourages PDA for Elma

Elma chamber launching a new campaign with an opportunity for weekly winners

  • Mar 9th, 2017
Vertellus is GGHI biz of month

Vertellus is GGHI biz of month

The company, formerly known as Ventron, has been providing jobs in Grays Harbor since 1975.

  • Mar 9th, 2017
Vertellus is GGHI biz of month

Dry bulk success leads to strong 2016 for Port

Port’s total tonnage handled is more than 2.4 million metric tons

  • Mar 9th, 2017

Anchor Bancorp reports net income of $420,000 for the second fiscal quarter of 2017

Anchor Bancorp report for the second fiscal quarter

  • Feb 9th, 2017

Green Diamond again offering scholarships

The Mark E. Reed Scholarship again offered to high school and undergraduate college students

  • Feb 9th, 2017
Invenergy donates $5,000 to Fire District 5

Invenergy donates $5,000 to Fire District 5

Company has donated to the fire district in the past

  • Feb 9th, 2017
Invenergy donates $5,000 to Fire District 5

Pacific Financial Corp. fourth-quarter earnings increase in 2016

Pacific Financial Corp. sustains profitability in 2016

  • Feb 9th, 2017

Timberland’s per share earnings increase 19 percent for first fiscal quarter of 2017

Timberland Bancorp report for first fiscal quarter

  • Feb 9th, 2017

Restaurant inspections, Jan. 19

Recent restaurant inspection scores reported by Grays Harbor County

  • Jan 19th, 2017

Phone scammers targeting PUD customers

Report suspicious calls

  • Jan 12th, 2017
It took the efforts of more than the Port of Grays Harbor to secure a lease with online retailer Overstock.com. After the commission approved the lease, representatives of the groups involved gathered around Overstock.com Senior Vice President Carter Lee (center) for a group picture. They included Greater Grays Harbor Inc., Grays Harbor College, Pac Mountain Workforce Development Council, Grays Harbor County and the Grays Harbor PUD. DAN HAMMOCK THE DAILY WORLD

Port Commission approves Satsop lease with Overstock.com

Online retailer’s call center will create 150 new jobs in just a few months

It took the efforts of more than the Port of Grays Harbor to secure a lease with online retailer Overstock.com. After the commission approved the lease, representatives of the groups involved gathered around Overstock.com Senior Vice President Carter Lee (center) for a group picture. They included Greater Grays Harbor Inc., Grays Harbor College, Pac Mountain Workforce Development Council, Grays Harbor County and the Grays Harbor PUD. DAN HAMMOCK THE DAILY WORLD