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Watch Shelton Softball Host Central Kitsap

Watch the Shelton fast pitch softball team host Central Kitsap. First pitch for the South Sound Conference game between the Highclimbers and the Cougars is 4 PM. Dedrick Allan will start the Our Community Credit Union On-Deck Show at 3:50 PM.

Both teams are 2-and-8 on the season.

County Commission Briefed on Budget Recommendations

[VIDEO] The Mason County Commission was briefed on recommendations from last year’s Citizens’ Advisory Budget Committee as well as the 2014 recommendations from the Mason County Public Safety and Criminal Justice Task Force. The Monday morning briefing was a repeat of the briefing last week.

Both groups recomend a multi-year property tax levy lid lift, a County-wide Metropolitan Park District, a criminal justice levy and/or a public safety sales tax as well as a permanent shift from the County Road Levy to the General Fund.

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NM Track Results, Win for Shelton Soccer

The North Mason track and field teams participated in the Terrace Invite Saturday at Edmonds Woodway Stadium. The Bulldog boys place 10th out of 20 teams while the girls from Belfair were 12th.

North Mason’s top placers:
Noah Hasselblad won the boys’ 3200 meters.
Kira Schwerzler was 3rd inthe girls’ 400 meters.
The relay team of Kira Schwerzler, Isabella Porter, Sierra Morin and Morgan Shumaker placed 3rd in the girls’ 4×400
Reese Smelcer took 4th in the boys’ long jump.

The Bulldogs travel to North Kitsap Thursday to face the host Vikings and Sequim.

The Shelton boys’ soccer team slipped by Capital 2 to 1 Saturday. The Highclimbers improved to 6-and-4 on the season, 5-and-4 in the South Sound Conference. They host Gig Harbor Tuesday.

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Shelton Baseball & Softball Fall, Track Results & Wins for NM Baseball, Soccer & Tennis

The Shelton baseball team couldn’t stop Stadium Friday as the Tigers exploded for six runs in the 4th inning on their way to an 11 to 5 non-conference victory over the Highclimbers.

Leading Shelton in the loss was Max “Falcon” Johnson was was 2 for 2 at the plate with a double, three RBI and a run scored. Matthew Osberg was 2 for 3 with a double and an RBI. Caeleb Hitsman batted in a run and scored a run. Brenden Wagner was 1 for 3 with a double.

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State Highway Construction 4/14 to 4/20

The following is a summary of road construction and maintenance scheduled on state highways around Mason County and adjacent areas from April 14, 2019 to April 20, 2019.

Maintenance

Highway: SR 108 Region: Olympic County: Mason Location: Milepost(s) 9.7 to 11.8
Description: Utility crews for Mason County PUD #3 will raise power lines. Drivers may encounter one-way alternating traffic with flaggers. 
Work Schedule:  8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each weekday through Friday, May 3. 

Highway: SR 119 Region: Olympic County: Mason Location: Milepost(s) 0.8 to 10.9
Description: One-way alternating traffic with flaggers as utility crews replace lines.
Work Schedule: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each weekday through Wednesday, May 1.

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Traffic Signal Boxes Get Face Lifts

Three of the traffic signal boxes in Shelton are looking a lot more colorful than they did a couple week ago thanks to three talented Shelton area artists and a generous donation from the Martha Reed Foundation. The mundane metal boxes that hold the signal equipment are now canvases for the artist’s works, injecting a little fun and beauty into the streetscape.


L to R: Amy Cooper (Shelton Arts Commission) Tad Smith, Mariah Frazier, Lisa Frazier, Kelly Frazier, Tanya Frazier, Melanie Bakala, Todd Ramsfield (Martha Reed Foundation)

Early in 2018, the Martha Reed Foundation approached the City and generously offered to sponsor a community art project. The traffic signal box wrap project was suggested and the City gladly agreed to facilitate the project in partnership with the Shelton Arts Commission.

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Secure Load Emphasis Begins Monday

The Washington State Patrol will be conducting a 28-day, statewide “Secure Load” emphasis patrol beginning Monday, April 15.

In conjunction with the state Department of Ecology and Washington State Department of Transportation, the effort is intended to increase road and highway safety and prevent roadside litter. Littering is punishable by fines ranging from $50 to $5,000 in Washington. The largest fines are for “lit debris” — primarily cigarettes — and for large items that can cause crashes. Failure to secure a vehicle’s load can result in a citation ranging from a $228 fine to criminal charges, if items cause property damage or injuries.

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Watch Shelton Baseball Host Stadium

[LIVE VIDEO] Watch the Shelton baseball team host Stadium. First pitch for this non-conference game between the Highclimbers and the Tigers is 4 PM. Dedrick Allan will start the Our Community Credit Union On-Deck Show at 3:50 PM.

Shelton is 6-and-7 on the season. Stadium is 4-and-4.

Shelton Baseball & Golf Fall, Soccer Wins - MMK Track Results - NM Track, Golf & Tennis Results

The Shelton baseball team was held to three hits and dropped a South Sound Conference game to Timberline Thursday 5 to 1.

The Highclimbers couldn’t overcome the pitching of the Blazers’ Daniel Furman who retired 12 batters in a row after Shelton got its run in the 1st inning and a hit batter with two out in the 5th. Furman also struck out 10 in seven innings.

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