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Kitsap Business Briefs
Daily updates on the local economy, the latest reports and trends that affect us, stories, events and columns. Join the conversation with Kitsap Sun reporter Rachel Pritchett. February 22nd, 2010 by rachel pritchett Fourth-Quarter Loss Trimmed for Pope Resources POULSBO Pope Resources reported a loss of $376,000 on revenue of $5.2 million for the fourth quarter of 2009. The loss, which translated to 8 cents a share, was less than the loss of $1.4 million on revenue of $3.2 million a year ago. “While we concluded both the fourth quarter and year with small losses, we are seeing some modest improvements in log pricing relative to ... market research, surveys and trends
Taking a 100-mile run on the wild side in Port Gamble - North ...
Debbee and John Straub take a jog in Kingston on Wednesday. The Straubs are helping to organize Kitsap's first 100-mile ultramarathon, in Port Gamble. By Mar 26 2010 KINGSTON — Imagine running a 26.2-mile marathon. Now do it three more times without stopping. Could you do it in less than 30 hours? Could you do it at all? That’s the challenge 27 runners will face when they converge on Port Gamble April 10 for a 100-mile trail run. The Lumberjack Endurance Run is not the first ultramarathon to wind through Olympic Resource Management’s forest property, but it is the first 100-miler. Organizer John Straub is eager to see how ... market research, surveys and trends

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Pope Resources LP Company Profile, Information, Business ...
Pope Resources LP owns and manages timberland and real estate in Washington state. The company operates through two primary subsidiaries, Olympic Resource Management and Olympic Property Group. Olympic Resource Management owns approximately 115,000 acres of timberland in western Washington and manages timberland for other owners, serving as a forestry consultant. Olympic Property Group owns a 2,600-acre portfolio of residential and commercial development lands, including the town site of Port Gamble, Washington. Pope Resources sprang from one of the oldest timber companies in the ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Pope Resources, A Delaware Limited Partnership: Information from ...
At Pope Resources we have worked hard over many years to cultivate a reputation for honesty, fairness, and integrity. We are known for our stewardship of the land, respect for the communities in which we do business, and the straightforward transparency with which we communicate to the investment marketplace. Collectively, such actions and behaviors as these generate a public trust that we view as critical for us to maintain in support of our value-building enterprise. As one means of upholding that cultivated trust, we have set for ourselves high standards of ethical conduct. Key Dates: 1985: Pope & Talbot spins off its timber ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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At the heart of the Olympic Games
In three days (26 August 2010), the inaugural Youth Olympic Games (YOG), hosted by Singapore, will be over. After competing in the arena for 12 days (14-26 August), 36,000 athletes from 107 countries, having entertained some 370,000 spectators, would return home--with or without medals. The members of the organising committee and 1,400 team officials will heave a sigh of relief. Organising an event of this scale isn't exactly a cakewalk. In three days (26 August 2010), the inaugural Youth Olympic Games (YOG), hosted by Singapore, will be over. After competing in the arena for 12 days (14-26 August), 36,000 athletes from 107 ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
A digital Games for the information era
In less than two years’ time, 14,700 of the world’s best athletes will compete for sport’s highest accolades at the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Everybody knows the famous faces - such as Usain Bolt, Michael Phelps and Sir Chris Hoy - who will compete in the new stadia. But few understand the sheer size, scale and complexity of the Games. Those athletes will need transporting to and from over 90 official venues, spread all over London and beyond. Around 20,000 accredited media representatives will have to be housed, provided with work stations and then transported between the two - often at strange ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Port Gamble Recreation Map
Olympic Resource Management (ORM) manages 71000 acres around the Hood Canal on ... Olympic Resource Management. A Pope Resources Company. 19245 Tenth Ave. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary Staff Members
Oceanography Specialist who has just begun working at OCNMS. He is working on managing basic oceanographic research for the sanctuary, including the coastal mooring program, hypoxia monitoring, and other water quality sampling. He spends some time in the sanctuary's near-shore waters aboard the R/V Tatoosh servicing moorings and collecting samples and data, then more time processing and analyzing these data at sanctuary headquarters. Patrick has an M.S. in Biological Oceanography from the University of Washington (1996), and a B.S. in Environmental Science, Physics and Biology from Creighton University (1992). ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Landscape and Politics on the Olympic Peninsula: Social Agendas ...
the future of resource management and environmental conflict on the Olympic Peninsula? In this article I argue that scientific land management has ...
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Saint Joseph's University educates over 7,000 students each year in over 40 undergraduate majors, 10 special-study options, 20 study abroad programs, 52 graduate study areas, and an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership. The school is one of 142 nationwide with a Phi Beta Kappa chapter and AACSB business school accreditation. Beyond the influences of the Jesuit community, the Roman Catholic Church, the Philadelphia metropolitan area, and the requirements of American higher education as a whole, Saint Joseph's has been shaped by a multitude of wider forces. These have ranged from the Civil War , World War I and World War II ...
WikiAnswers - What nationality were the terrorists who disrupted ...
Palestenian terrorists broke into the barracks of the Israeli Olympic team and held them hostage. They demanded a bus take them to the airport and 2 helicopters. At the airport, the German police tried to stop the terrorists and a gun fight resulted. A terrorist tossed a grenade into one helicopter killing all the hostages. I thought they were Arab ?? First answer by Hfutu . Last edit by Peacemonkey . Contributor trust : 0 [ recommend contributor ]. Question popularity : 0 [ recommend question ]. Can you answer these Olympics questions? Why do you have summer olympics and a winter olympics ?