With Mason County and the City of Shelton lifting load restrictions, school buses will be back on their regular routes beginning Monday.
The Shelton School District released the following statement:
Road restrictions have been lifted and all buses will run on normal routes beginning Monday, January 23rd. Thank you for your patience and understanding and for being flexible during the restriction. Continue reading School Buses Back on Regular Routes Monday→
Citizen’s for Shelton Schools is pleased to announce the upcoming events on January 21, 2017. We are joining forces with Shelton Kiwanis and the #FilltheTruck2 event to bring support and awareness to the community for the students of the Shelton School District. Continue reading Events to Help Shelton Students on Saturday→
Beginning Monday, January 23, 2017 emergency gross load weight restrictions will be lifted with the exception of all county maintained gravel roads. The gravel road restrictions are applicable to vehicles with conventional or tubeless tires sized 7.00 and up.
The flood warning for the Skokomish River has been extended until late tonight (Friday). The River crested at 17.5 feet at 1 AM Thursday and has remained near that level since. Forecasters says the Skokomish will slowly recede today falling below flood stage late in the day.
Minor flooding continues in the Skokomish Valley. At last report, Skokomish Valley Road and West Bourgault Road remain closed due to flooding.
After this year, your standard driver’s license won’t get you on an airliner, but a lawmaker in Olympia is hoping to ease the sting of that new federal law. Dan Frizzell has that story.
Just over a year from now the Federal REAL ID Act takes effect. If that makes you say, “Huh?” you’re not alone. But if you plan to hop on a domestic flight, enter a federal courtroom, visit a military base or nuclear plant or do a number of other things covered in the REAL ID Act, you’ll need a form of ID that’s REAL ID compliant. Continue reading Bill Aims to Lessen Hardship of Federal REAL ID Act→