Timberland Bancorp, Inc. has reported net income of $1.73 million, or 24 cents per diluted common share, for the first fiscal quarter ended December 31. This compares to$1.65 million, or 23 cents per share, for the previous quarter, and $1.41 million, or 20 cents per diluted common share, for the first fiscal quarter a year ago.
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An ordinance that left the Aberdeen City Council divided earlier this month has been sent back to committee after a second hearing at Wednesday night’s meeting.
Timberland Bank President Mike Sand, right, presents a $10,000 check to community leader John Warring (middle) and Jim Daly, executive director of the Grays Harbor Community Foundation. The foundation has established an ad-hoc committee to administer funds received specifically for January 2015 storm relief efforts.
State Sen. Brian Hatfield, D-Raymond, is spearheading a bill aimed at legalizing the production of hemp throughout the state.
A $50,000 grant awarded to the City of Aberdeen will help fund the preliminary steps toward a new visitor center that would serve the entire Harbor. According to a statement from the state’s Department of Commerce, the Community Economic Revitalization Board awarded the money to go toward the city’s Gateway Center Redevelopment Project, a visitor information and enterprise center.
Concerned citizen Kathy Powers-Waite and her “partner in crime” Mike Gyde sit at their post outside of the Dollar Tree on Simpson Avenue the day before Thanksgiving as they collect personal care items from shoppers which will be donated to the Hoquiam food and clothing bank. Within only a couple hours of operation the two collected a large bin full of items. Kathy and Mike plan to be at it again Wednesday at the same location starting around 11 a.m.
American Health Care Association has announced that Montesano Health and Rehabilitation Center, a member of the Revera Inc. family, has been recognized as part of the Association’s Quality Initiative Recognition Program for reaching the standard in one of four key areas — safely reducing the off-label use of antipsychotic drugs.
The Greater Grays Harbor Inc. monthly business forum is set for Tuesday, Oct. 28, at the Aberdeen Veterans of Foreign Wars post.
Seeking debt relief, entrepreneur John Yonich, who renovated the D&R Theatre in downtown Aberdeen, has filed two petitions under Chapter 7 bankruptcy since July 11 for the companies that operate the theater and Yonich’s nearby businesses.
The Tap Room at 103 E. Wishkah opened Friday night to serve beer, sandwiches and soup.
Aberdeen’s new super-sized Walmart officially reopens Wednesday following a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Olympic Gateway Mall.
Prudential Real Estate on Simpson Avenue in Aberdeen is now First Harbor Real Estate.
A Mexican national living in Aberdeen faces delivery of methamphetamine charges after local and federal authorities went after an “upper level narcotics trafficking organization” earlier this week.
The Aberdeen City Council fast-tracked two ordinances Wednesday night aimed at housekeeping measures for the Finance Department as the city enters audit season.
While Tinderbox Coffee Roasters may have new ownership, both the stands and the coffee itself will stay the same, said new owner Aubrey Baier.