Monthly Archives: May 2012

Grant PUD maintains strong bond ratings

EPHRATA, Wash. – Grant PUD bond ratings were reaffirmed by the rating agencies Fitch, Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s ahead of a $113 million bond issue planned for May 30. The ratings are AA, Aa3 and AA- respectively. “In rating … Continue reading

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The Cove Opens for Day Use in 2012

Families are able to enjoy the Columbia River in more ways this summer thanks to a joint agreement between Grant County Public Utility District (Grant PUD) and Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission. This agreement paves the way for the … Continue reading

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Improving Hydropower Regulatory Efficiency

    Legislation to improve the regulatory framework for hydropower development continued moving forward on Capitol Hill today, bolstered by testimony provided by our own Director of Customer Service, Andrew Munro. While speaking on behalf of the National Hydropower Association … Continue reading

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Northern Pikeminnow Fishing Derby

Gather your friends and family together and help remove predator fish from the Columbia River during the 2nd Annual Northern Pikeminnow Fishing Derby. Scheduled for May 18-20 at Crescent Bar, top prizes include two fishing boats and $9,000 cash for … Continue reading

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Are you smarter than a fifth-grader?

  They may wear Velcro shoes and Spiderman underwear but they are informed. They can explain the difference between a conductor and an insulator. They recognize that energy can change from one form to another. Who are these young energy … Continue reading

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Don’t be shocked by these practical pointers for your home

May is Electrical Safety Month and Grant PUD is dedicated to promoting a healthy respect for electricity and increasing awareness about potential electrical hazards. With new technology emerging each day, electricity has an ever-increasing presence in our lives. As reliance … Continue reading

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