“Unity, advocacy and enthusiasm make things happen!” That’s the mantra of the newly formed “Allyn-Belfair Collaboration’ or ABC Group. The members have come together with a goal of seeking funding for North Mason community projects with one unified North Mason voice. The ambitious group has representatives from the Port of Allyn, Chamber of Commerce, ACA, EDC, North Mason Community Voice and the County Commission as well as a few additional members, thirteen in all. Continue reading Allyn – Belfair Collaboration Group Forms→
The Mason County Sheriff’s Office has released some details about Saturday’s crash in the Olympic National Forest near Spider Lake that killed a 20-year-old Port Orchard man. The Sheriff’s Office says three people were ejected from a pickup that rolled more than 500 feet down a cliff. A local pilot helped emergency responders locate the crash scene. Firefighters and the Sheriff’s Office Special Operations Rescue Team (SORT) used a rope team to pull those involved to safety as well as recover the body of James A. Gregersen. Continue reading Update on Fatal Crash near Spider Lake→
There was a fatal crash in Olympic National Forest near Spider Lake Saturday afternoon. Specific details have yet to be released. However, the Mason County Coroner’s Office has identified the victim as James A Gregersen, 20 of Port Orchard. The Mason County Sheriff’s Office is expected to release more information.
The Mason General Hospital Foundation held its 22nd Annual Quality Care Open Golf Tournament Friday at Alderbrook Golf and Yacht Club. The Tournament raises funds for Mason General Hospital and Family of Clinics. Jack Stark is Chair of the Golf Tournament’s Steering Committee:
The North Mason Community Voice will be hosting a public forum with the candidates for Commissioner of Public Lands on Monday, June 27 in partnership with Mason Web TV and Hood Canal Communications at THE HUB FOR SENIORS, 111 NE Old Belfair Hwy, Belfair starting at 7:00 PM. The forum will be moderated by Joel Myer, who is also Public Information and Government Relations Manager of our local Public Utility District 3.
Sunny weather means it’s time to beware of heat stroke, sunburns and paving scams.
When the weather warms up in Washington and around the country, traveling contractors go door to door, offering home and business owners a “good deal” to pave driveways with leftover asphalt from another job. They use high-pressure sales tactics and look legitimate with work crews and business signs on their trucks.
Sheriff Casey Salisbury hosted members of Mason County Search and Rescue as well as local emergency room doctor, Dr. Dean Gushee, at the monthly Sheriff’s Breakfast held at the Little Creek Casino. Mason County Search and Rescue members were being recognized for their recent re-certification and Dr. Dean Gushee served as key note speaker talking about his experiences as medical support on a National Geographic expedition in Antarctica. Continue reading Sheriff Recognizes Search & Rescue at Monthly Breakfast→
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