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Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012.

Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia

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Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. 

Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012.

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Are your bank’s compensation practices on track with the industry’s? ABA offers its 40th annual Compensation & Benefits Survey, at member-discounted prices. The survey can be purchased as an online product, as a manual, or in both forms.

The survey is based on input from 358 banks reporting data concerning over 210 job positions. Both national and regional data breakdowns are included.

To order or for more information visit http://www.aba.com/Products/Surveys/Pages/2013ABACompSurvey.aspx

Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012.

Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012.

Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012.

Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012.

Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012.

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The survey is based on input from 358 banks reporting data concerning over 210 job positions. Both national and regional data breakdowns are included.

To order or for more information visit http://www.aba.com/Products/Surveys/Pages/2013ABACompSurvey.aspx

Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012.

Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012.

Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012. Floodwaters devastated Vernonia, Ore., in late 2007 when the Nehalem River and Rock Creek overflowed after 11 inches of rain fell in 24 hours. Among the casualties of the disaster were all of the community's schools. The district rebuilt, putting up a single K-12 structure for its 700-odd students--on high ground--that opened in time for fall 2012.

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