Mason County News
Graduation Matters Shelton is one of more than 3,500 communities working to re-imagine the purpose of education and is hosting a screening of the acclaimed film Most Likely to Succeed on Saturday, January 27th at Shelton Cinemas.
The film offers an inspiring look at what students and teachers are capable of—if we have the vision and courage to transform our schools. Most Likely to Succeed is a thought-provoking documentary feature film that reveals the growing shortcomings of conventional education methods in today’s innovative world. The film explores compelling new approaches that aim to revolutionize education as we know it, inspiring school communities to re-imagine what students and teachers are capable of doing. Continue reading Graduation Matters Shelton Hosting Screening of “Most Likely to Succeed”
In his letter of resignation, Wheaton called the position leading the City the past 17 months “the greatest honor” of his career, “the opportunity of a lifetime” and an “incredibly rewarding challenge.”
Wheaton told MasonWebTV Powered by HCC the timing seemed right. Continue reading Shelton City Manager Resigns
Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury and several members of his command staff discussed his department and budget with the League of Women Voters Mason County Tuesday. The Sheriff’s command staff included Undersheriff Jim Barrett, Chief Deputy Russ Osterhout, Chief Deputy Ryan Spurling, Chief Civil Deputy Tami Beyer, Chief Deputy Kevin Hanson, Chief Administrative/Finance Deputy Theresia Ehrich and Lt. Travis Adam.
The annual Point in Time Homeless Census County has been scheduled for January 25, 2018. On that Thursday, five non-profits (North Mason Resources, Community Lifeline, Crossroads Housing, Northwest Resources, and HOST), Veterans Organization, and Mason County Community Services are joining efforts to serve the homeless people in the County at four event locations. Continue reading Point in Time Homeless Count Scheduled
Watch the January 16, 2018 Shelton Metropolitan Park District Board and the Shelton City Commission meeting. There are two ways to watch live at 7 PM (Park Board meeting starts at 6:45 PM): hcc.net/news and MasonWebTV.com. You can also watch on demand on hcc.net/news or MasonWebTV.com. Rebroadcasts on Hood Canal Communication’s local channel are Thursday at 3 PM and Saturday at 9 AM.
Here is the meetings’ agendas: Continue reading Watch Shelton City Commission
Watch the January 16, 2018 Mason County Commission meeting. There are three ways to watch live at 9 AM: hcc.net/news, MasonWebTV.com or Mason County’s website: co.mason.wa.us. You can also watch on demand on hcc.net/news, MasonWebTV.com or Mason County’s website: co.mason.wa.us. Rebroadcasts on Hood Canal Communication’s local channel are Thursday at 6 PM, Saturday at 2 PM and Sunday at 9 AM.
Here is the meeting’s agenda: Continue reading Watch Mason County Commission
When it comes to water availability in Washington, one state lawmaker says large cities, such as Seattle, should share the same regulations as the rural residents suffering from the Hirst water decision. John Sattgast with Washington House Republicans reports.
Citizen of the Year: Rob Wilson-Hoss. Continue reading 2017 Shelton Mason County Chamber Award Winners