Mason County Public Health reported two deaths and 22 new cases of COVID-19 in the County on Thursday, September 23, 2021. The latest deaths, a male and a female both in their 50’s, brings the total number of Mason County residents to die from coronavirus to 55 since the pandemic began. This report also says four County residents remain hospitalized due to COVID-19 (one out of County). With 267 cases in the last 14 days, Mason County’s rate of new COVID-19 cases per 100,000 population over two weeks is now 411, down from Wednesday’s rate of 417. According to health officials, the County’s vaccination rate is up two-tenths of a percentage point to 49.4 percent. Mason County has a population of 64,980.
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Each year fall brings change. The weather, beautiful fall colors, and sun outages to name just a few. Starting September 28, 2021, the sun passing behind communications satellites will interrupt many TV channels once a day. Energy from the sun will overpower the signal from satellites orbiting the earth. Symptoms of a sun outage include […]
F/T experienced, heavy equipment operator needed for local communications company. The heavy equipment operator is responsible for safely and efficiently operating assigned equipment used to install underground utility cables. This position will assist with all aspects of the job requiring operation of both smaller and larger scale heavy equipment along with basic labor duties. Must […]
We are seeking a F/T Laborer. Position involves underground construction activities including: pulling cables in trenches, setting pedestals, digging, flagging, etc. Must have valid WDL. Salary DOQ. Commercial driver’s license, State flagging certification, First Aid/CPR certification and experience operating heavy equipment are all pluses. Send resume to Hood Canal Communications, PO Box 249, Union, WA […]