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Celebrating American Heart Month February, 2011

Posted by Rose Ann Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

Celebrating American Heart Month February, 2011
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Graniterock Celebrates 111 Years!

Posted by Bruce W. Woolpert on Mar 18, 2015

On Valentine’s Day, February 14, 1900, a corporation filing was made with the State of California founding Granite Rock Company.  The property in Aromas was purchased in December 1899, and before long the Company had its first customer. 
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Academy makes algebra fun

Posted by Keith Severson on Mar 18, 2015

Posted: Thursday, Jan 6th, 2011
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Ron Santo, 1940-2010, and Graniterock’s Clarence Thomas

Posted by Steve Snodgrass on Mar 18, 2015

By Steve Snodgrass
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Fossil Provides Center Piece for a Carmel Home

Posted by Ben Licari on Mar 18, 2015

Customer Delights at Discovery
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Holistic Managed Grazing at Soda Lake

Posted by Keith Severson on Mar 18, 2015

 Holistic Managed Grazing at Soda Lake
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June California Employment Report… More Economic News

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

California’s construction industry continues to lose employment.  During June, 8,500 more people lost jobs bringing the total for the year to 74,400 (12% of the total construction workforce). In previous months, the construction sector lost the most jobs but in June the largest job losses were in the Government Sector.  The Counties with the lowest unemployment are: Marin, San Mateo, and San Francisco – all below 10%. The highest unemployment is 27.6% in Imperial County.  
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Economic Outlook Based on July Results

Posted by Graniterock on Mar 18, 2015

The majority of U. S. economists believe that the economy continues on a very slow growth path and that the danger of a double-dip recession is not high.   In July, U. S. private companies added 71,000 jobs but total employment fell by 221,000 jobs as more Census workers were laid-off.  June’s private sector employment number was reduced to 31,000 people.  The number of new jobs being added cannot bring down the rate of unemployment because there are more new workers (high school and college graduates) than the number of new jobs added.  
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