Last Day of State of the Oyster Shellfish Testing Sunday

Deliah2Sunday is the last day for private tideland owner shellfish testing in 2016.   Washington Sea Grant invites tideland owners to submit shellfish samples for bacterial testing on Sunday, August 28 between noon and 2:30 at Hunter Farms, 1921  E. State Route 3, Union, WA or under the flag pole at the QFC parking lot, 201 NE State Route 300, in Belfair.  The low tide Sunday will be -0.4 at 8:36 AM. Continue reading Last Day of State of the Oyster Shellfish Testing Sunday

Life Saving Medal Awarded to MACECOM Communications Officer

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MACECOM Director Mike Evans, CO Tiffany Morrison, and Sheriff Casey Salisbury

Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury presented a Life Saving Medal to  MACECOM Communications Officer Tiffany Morrison Friday during his monthly Law Enforcement Breakfast.

Morrison took a 911 call from a suicidal male who was armed with a gun threatening to shoot himself on June 22, 2016.  Continue reading Life Saving Medal Awarded to MACECOM Communications Officer

Sheriff Hosts Rock & Roll Hall of Famer

Don Wilson, Sheriff Casey Salisbury and Lt. Gov. Brad Owen
Don Wilson, Sheriff Casey Salisbury and Lt. Gov. Brad Owen

Breaking away from his usual law enforcement/public safety themed breakfast Friday, Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury hosted Lt. Governor Brad Owen and Don Wilson, founding member of the 2008 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inducted group, The Ventures. The Lt. Governor, who was in a band that opened for The Ventures over 20 years ago, conducted a Q & A with Wilson, a Tacoma-native who formed The Ventures in 1958.

video iconThe Ventures‘ instrumental rock music is most associated with surfing especially with songs such as “Wipe Out” , “Pipeline” and “Hawaii Five-O.” Considered innovative when their debut song “Walk, Don’t Run” hit the airwaves, The Ventures influenced numerous Rock legends from George Harrison to Elton John. Continue reading Sheriff Hosts Rock & Roll Hall of Famer

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Community Pride Night Tuesday

SHS axThe Shelton High School is holding a fall sports “Community Pride Night” Tuesday at Highclimber Stadium. Last year, Community Pride Night events were held to kickoff each sports season to recognize the commitment and dedication of student-athletes and their coaches. Tuesday’s event starts at 5:30 PM and everyone is invited. You will be treated to performances by the band, dance team, cheer squad and you will meet the athletes and coaches. There will also be a celebration for the Shelton NJROTC. Continue reading Community Pride Night Tuesday

Free Fishing While License Sales Are Suspended

washingtonfishwildlife_0The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) is offering “free fishing” days through Tuesday while the agency’s license sales system is down.

Earlier this week, WDFW temporarily suspended the sale of fishing and hunting licenses. The agency is working with the state Office of Cyber Security (OCS) to investigate a vulnerability in an outside vendor’s license sales system and is working to restore sales as soon as possible. Continue reading Free Fishing While License Sales Are Suspended

Harmony Hill Announces 30th Anniversary Open House

Harmony Hill 30 yr logoThe Open House will be held Saturday, August 27, 2016 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. and is free to the public. The event will include activities that are commonly featured in Harmony Hill’s cancer, healing and survivorship retreats and include: Labyrinth, garden and building tours, a food demonstration with Harmony Hill’s chef, poetry play stations, children’s craft station, art journal and collage. Continue reading Harmony Hill Announces 30th Anniversary Open House

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