Recruiting for PEMCO’s 2017 Internship Program is now underway! We’re looking for six creative, service-oriented interns who can work alongside us to keep us future-focused.
Interns work in departments throughout the organization, including: Enterprise Services, Learning & Development, Marketing,...read more →
former Juanita High School coach has been charged for filing false
insurance claims with PEMCO through his home-based auto glass
The Washington Insurance Commissioner says the man, age 50, filed 15 false Alligator Auto Glass claims totaling $6,569 involving staff or parents of...
Oregon ballot measure seeks to restore the once-robust Outdoor School program for sixth-graders
Launched more than 50 years ago, the program at one time educated 90% of Oregon's 11- and 12-year-olds on environmental principles. Today, just half of students take part because of tax...
If you’ve considered the pros and cons of having a car on campus this year and landed on “yes,” here are a few tips to make sure your trip to (or back to) campus goes smoothly.
Let the trusty campus map be your guide.Whether you’re new to campus, or you’re living in a different location than last...
school resuming soon, let's test your safe-driver knowledge.
You're driving near a school and see a sign: SCHOOL – SPEED LIMIT 20 WHEN CHILDREN ARE PRESENT
What does that mean, precisely, "When children are present?" Is it:
High School Car Show, a Longview-area fixture since 1987, has died
due to dwindling participation.
To me, it’s a clear sign of America’s shift away from teenage car culture.
Kevin Clark, 18, won the final show last Saturday, held at Lower Columbia College. His “pride ride” is a red...
Everyone remembers that one teacher that made an impact on your life – that one teacher or program that taught in “a little different” way that inspired you and helped you grow. For me, it was Mr. Bailey, my sixth-grade teacher at Tacoma’s Larchmont Elementary School. Mr. Bailey would make us...read more →