Mason County News
The North Mason football team ended the 2017 season with a 27 to 14 win over Clover Park Friday. With the win, the Bulldogs finish the season 5-and-5. Specific details and game stats were not available. Continue reading NM Football Ends Season With Win
The Washington State Patrol is committed to reducing traffic fatalities and serious injury collisions on our state highways. Drowsy driving is a form of impaired driving that negatively affects one’s ability to drive safely and responsibly.
Governor Jay Inslee proclaimed November 5-12, 2017, as Drowsy Driving Awareness and Prevention Week. Continue reading Drowsy Driving Awareness and Prevention Week
The Shelton football team ended the 2017 season with a 12 to 7 win over Mt. Tahoma Thursday night.
The Highclimbers scored on their first possession, driving 68 yards with Evan Rhodes punching it in from three yards out. Continue reading Shelton Football Ends Season With Win
Remember to set your clocks back one hour Saturday night as we return to standard time early Sunday morning. Daylight Saving Time ends at 2 AM Sunday November 5, 2017. It is also a good idea to change the batteries in your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors. Continue reading Fall Back to Standard Time Sunday
Open enrollment for people buying their own health insurance started Nov. 1 and ends Jan. 15, 2018. Consumers looking for a health plan for themselves or their families should first visit Washington’s Exchange, www.wahealthplanfinder.org.
The Exchange offers financial help with premiums and lower co-pays and deductibles to people who financially qualify. It’s also where people can see if they are eligible for free coverage through Apple Health, Washington state’s Medicaid program.
The following is a summary of notable police and emergency calls in Mason County from Friday, October 27, 2017 through Tuesday, October 31, 2017. Specific details have not been released unless otherwise noted. Any one with information is encouraged to contact the appropriate law enforcement or emergency services agency.
Tuesday, October 31, 2017 Continue reading Police Blotter 11/1/17
Five Highclimbers are heading to the Class 3A State Cross Country Meet this weekend at Sun Willows Golf Course in Pasco. Those from Shelton are freshman Aiden Gregg, sophomores Brock Knowles and Ethan Bursch, and juniors Will Johnson and John Gerchak. This will be Will Johnson’s third straight trip to the state.
The Shelton boys’ tennis doubles team of Jamin and Jonah Perry will be first alternate to state in the spring after placing seventh in the West Central District Tournament. Continue reading State & District Bound Highclimbers
Clint previously lived in Shelton for 35 years, and has spent 28 years with the city’s engineering department. Continue reading City Employee of Month: Clint Leoppard
Among utilities its size, PUD 3 won first place in the Annual Report and Internal Communications categories. The PUD picked up third place awards for Advertising Campaign, Website, and Social Media. The awards were announced September 28. Continue reading PUD 3 Presented with Communications Awards
Professional and amateur artists working in two or three dimensional media are invited to apply for gallery exhibitions at the Shelton Civic Center Rotating Art Gallery. The gallery, which is sponsored by the Shelton Arts Commission, is located in the main room of the Civic Center, and is open to all members of the public. Continue reading Call for Artists – Civic Center Rotating Art Gallery