News Releases

EPHRATA, Wash. – Grant PUD will join more than 80 other utilities in the United States to observe the inaugural Utilities United Against Scams Day (UUASD) on Wednesday, Nov. 16, 2016, to raise awareness about utility scams. Most utility scams … Continue reading →
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A portion of the Columbia River above Vernita Bridge will be temporarily closed to boating traffic on Sept. 28 and 29 and Oct. 3 and 4 while a contractor for Grant PUD performs maintenance to power lines that cross over … Continue reading →
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Grant PUD and Wanapum to host Archaeology Day on Oct. 5 and 6 In recognition of Archaeology Month, Grant PUD and the Wanapum invite members of the public and media to Archaeology Days 2016 on Wednesday, Oct. 5 and Thursday, … Continue reading →
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Grant PUD will be celebrating Public Power Week with a presentation for the public about the formation of Grant PUD on Monday, Oct. 3, in the Grant PUD Commission Room at 30 C St. SW in Ephrata at 6 p.m. … Continue reading →
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Grant PUD to hold open house at Crescent Bar on Sept. 9 Crescent Bar’s past, present and future will be celebrated during a special public open house on Friday, Sept. 9 from 4 to 7 p.m., at Crescent Bar Island … Continue reading →
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The National Hydro Association recently presented its Outstanding Stewards of America’s Waters Award to Grant PUD for its video tour of Wanapum Dam. The NHA stated that Grant PUD received the award for its educational value. “Grant County PUD crafted … Continue reading →
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Grant County PUD and Sheriff urge locals to report suspicious activity Grant PUD and the Grant County Sheriff’s Office remind residents to report suspicious activity related to electric system facilities immediately EPHRATA, Wash. – Grant PUD’s main objective is to … Continue reading →
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EPHRATA, Wash.— Grant PUD Commissioners announced the appointment of former Chief Financial Officer Kevin Nordt as the new general manager effective June 3, 2016 during their normal business meeting today. Nordt joined Grant PUD in 2004 and brings more than … Continue reading →
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By Laine Barth, Grant PUD intern That cute, little squirrel running around the neighborhood might seem harmless, but increasingly these invasive animals are the cause of two mayor annoyances in Grant County, power and fiber-optic outages. Squirrels love to gnaw … Continue reading →
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January 12, 2016  Grant PUD announces potential leadership changes General manager outlines transition plan for new leader EPHRATA, Wash.— On January 12, Tony Webb announced a succession plan to Grant PUD commissioners which outlines his transition out of the General … Continue reading →
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Network service now available to more than 400 customers EPHRATA, Wash.— Customers in the McConihe Flats area northwest of Moses Lake near Highway 17 and near Priest Rapids Dam can now subscribe to Grant PUD’s High Speed Wireless Network. Customers … Continue reading →
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Average residential bill to increase $1.50 a month EPHRATA, Wash. – Grant PUD Commissioners have adopted a $257.5 million budget and also set electric prices for all customer groups in 2016. The 2016 budget, adopted on Nov. 10, allows Grant … Continue reading →
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