The Mason County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s help in identifying the culprit who robbed North Bay Marijuana in Allyn Saturday. The robbery, in the 200 block of North Bay Road, occurred just before 12 PM. A picture released by the Sheriff’s Office shows a lone subject pointing a handgun at the clerk and holding a blue and black bag. He was wearing a gray jacket with a gray hoody pulled over his head, a black baseball cap, gloves and a red and white bandanna covering his face. Continue reading Marijuana Store in Allyn Robbed at Gunpoint
The following is a summary of notable police and emergency calls in Mason County on Saturday, April 22, 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. Continue reading Police Blotter 4/23/17
Results from SHS soccer & track; MMK track
The Shelton boys’ soccer team won their fourth game in a row Saturday shutting out Timberline three-nil (3 to 0). The Highclimber improved to 5-5-and-2 on the season, 4-4-and-2 in the South Sound Conference. The win also moves Shelton into fourth place in the standings with four games remaining in the regular season. The top six teams qualify for the District Tournament. The ‘Climbers host Gig Harbor Tuesday.
At the Chehalis Activator Invitational, Shelton boys’ track and field team placed 6th in the Classic and 20th in the Invitational. The Lady Highclimbers were 13th in the Classic. Shelton was led by McKenzie Salazar-Fox who won the shot put and Cody Simon who took the pole vault. Cody Hall placed 2nd in the javelin.Gage Peterson was 3rd in the 100 meters. And William Johnson finished 3rd in the 800 meters and the 1600 meters. The Highclimbers host the 57th Shelton Invitational next Saturday, April 29th. More than 50 teams are expected to compete.
Also at the Chehalis Activator Invitational, the Mary M. Knight girls’ track and field team finished 10th in the Classic and the boys from Matlock were 19th. The Owls’ Kaylee Sowle took top honors in three events, winning the 100 meters, the high jump and the long jump. Ian Frost placed 2nd in the discus.
The MMK boys also competed in the NIKE Easton Invitational at Snohomish High School where the Owls finished 26th among the 45 teams behind Ian Frost who won the hammer throw.
Mary M. Knight has a Pacific League meet at North Beach on Thursday before competing in the Shelton Invitational next Saturday.
The following is a summary of notable police and emergency calls in Mason County on Friday, April 21, 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. Continue reading Police Blotter 4/22/17
The following is a summary of road construction and maintenance scheduled on state highways around Mason County and adjoining areas from April 23, 2017 to April 29, 2017. Continue reading Road Construction on State Highways 4/23/17 to 4/29/17
Results from SHS soccer & track; MMK track; NM baseball, soccer, softball & tennis
The Shelton boys’ soccer team won their third South Sound Conference game in a row Friday on MasonWebTV Powered by HCC as the Highclimbers knocked off North Thurston 3 to 1.
Jose Flores scored Shelton’s first two goals in the first half (in the 21st minute and in the 27th minute). Alex Lopez added to the Highclimbers lead in the second half before the Tommy Johnson got the Rams on the board. Shelton improved to 4-5-and-2 on the season, 3-4-and-2 in SSC play. The ‘Climbers host Timerline today (Saturday, April 22, 2017).
After the first day of the Chehalis Activators Invitational, Mary M. Knight’s Kaylee Sowle was first in the prelims of the 100 meters while Shelton’s Gage Peterson finished 4th in the prelims of the 100 meters and Raymundo Mendoza was 5th in the prelims for the 110-meter hurdles. Continue reading High School Sports Results from 4/21/17
The Shelton robotics team, Aldernating Current 5295, is competing in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) World Championship in Houston this weekend. After the first day of competition in the Newton Subdivision, 5295 is rank 16 with a record of 6-and-4. If you have never seen a robotics competition before, here are Aldernating Current’s last three matches on Friday:
Each team competed as an alliance, which differed from match to match. Competition continues Saturday with the Quarterfinals. Aldernating Current has three matches at 7:30 AM, 7:58 AM and 8:32 AM. Watch live: https://www.twitch.tv/firstinspires_newton
Update 8:30 AM 4/22/17: 5295’s alliance in was eliminated in the quarter finals.
Additional cases of some one breaking into houses and watching young women while they sleep have been reported. The following is a news release on the latest incidents:
Early Thursday morning, a female Shelton resident awoke to see an unknown male intruder in her bedroom. When she alerted her boyfriend, who was sleeping next to her, the suspect fled. The victim immediately called 911 to report the incident to Shelton Police Department.
During the early stages of the investigation, a Shelton detective contacted neighbors and friends near the crime scene. The detective discovered there had possibly been additional incidents with similar circumstances that were not reported to law enforcement. Continue reading More Reports of Intruder Watching Women Sleep
Watch the Shelton Spring Sports Game of the Week: the Shelton boys’ soccer team hosts North Thurston in South Sound Conference action. Kick off is 7 PM. Dedrick Allan will call the game which will also be broadcast on Hood Canal Communications’ Local Channel.
The Washington State Board of Education has released the Achievement Index for 2016 and students in the Pioneer School District are doing well. According to a district news release, Pioneer students are rated 2nd and 4th respectively among the schools in Mason County.
Designations and awards use the Washington State Board of Education Revised Achievement Index and are based on statewide assessment data for the three previous years. Continue reading Achievement Data Shows Pioneer Students Doing Well