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Oil Prices Fall Amid Economic, Demand Concerns
Oil Prices Fall Amid Economic, Demand Concerns
Oil Prices Fall Amid Economic, Demand Concerns
"Oil prices this morning have plummeted down to about $75 a barrel the lowest level since Russia's invasion of Ukraine back in February that has pushed gasoline and diesel prices down," said Patrick DeHaan with GasBuddy.  He added fuel prices have tumbled considerably over the past couple of weeks, resulting in relief at the local station.  He said ther...
Oil Prices Rise, Fall Thanks to China
Oil Prices Rise, Fall Thanks to China
Oil Prices Rise, Fall Thanks to China
Oil prices fell on Monday, paring gains after rising to more than two-month highs, on mixed signals over China, the world's top crude importer, potentially relaxing its strict COVID-19 restrictions.  West Texas crude dropped to $91 per barrel at Monday’s close, after jumping up to over $93 at one point Monday; the highest West Texas price we’ve seen since August 30th.   Prices climb...
July Another Great Month For U.S. Beef
July Another Great Month For U.S. Beef
July Another Great Month For U.S. Beef
American beef exports again topped the $1 billion mark in July and posted the fifth-largest volume ever.  Meat Export Federation President and CEO Dan Halstrom said that was made possible by growth in several key markets.  Japan, he noted, was up 8%, China reported a 30% jump, and strong showings in other markets such as the Philippines as well as the Caribbean and Central America are all encourag
July Another Great Month For U.S. Beef
July Another Great Month For U.S. Beef
July Another Great Month For U.S. Beef
American beef exports again topped the $1 billion mark in July and posted the fifth-largest volume ever.  Meat Export Federation President and CEO Dan Halstrom said that was made possible by growth in several key markets.  Japan, he noted, was up 8%, China reported a 30% jump, and strong showings in other markets such as the Philippines as well as the Caribbean and Central America are all encourag
Shipping Remains A Concern For Northwest Ag
Shipping Remains A Concern For Northwest Ag
Shipping Remains A Concern For Northwest Ag
The supply chain continues to be a challenge for Americans, not only when it comes to products coming into the United States, but goods heading out.  Chris Voigt, Executive Director of the Washington state Potato Commission said they continue to struggle when it comes to getting product overseas, despite red hot demand for U.S. potato...
Former Seattle Recycling Firm Owner Facing Additional Charges After Selling Waste to Hong Kong
Former Seattle Recycling Firm Owner Facing Additional Charges After Selling Waste to Hong Kong
Former Seattle Recycling Firm Owner Facing Additional Charges After Selling Waste to Hong Kong
(Seattle, WA) -- The former owner of an electronics recycling firm in Seattle is receiving an extra six months in prison for defrauding his company and the IRS. Jeffrey Zirkle was sentenced to over two years in prison for secretly shipping electronic waste to Hong Kong, instead of recycling the material back while he was in charge of Total Reclaim ...