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Sheriff Swears In New Jail Deputy

Stuhlmiller swearing inFriday morning in front of Command Staff, Sheriff Casey Salisbury swore into office Jail Deputy Rachel B. Stuhlmiller.

Deputy Stuhlmiller is the newest Deputy hired to staff very needed positions within the Mason County Sheriff’s Office Jail facility.

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Sheriff’s Office Staff Participate In Community Theater and Detective Receives Award

sheriff badgeLast weekend, April 24, 25 & 26, the Harstine Island Theater Club presented “The Odd Couple” by Neil Simon.  The play was directed by Barbara Hubbard, who is a Mason County Sheriff Clerk.  Of the many wonderful local resident performers, the cast also included Cindy Brewer, who is the Mason County Sheriff’s Office Animal Control Officer, and Danielle Rickards, who is a Mason County Sheriff’s Detective.  Cindy and Danielle played the parts as the “Pigeon Sisters”.

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Reps. Griffey and MacEwen helping to coordinate job fair following announcement of Simpson Lumber mill closings

Thirty-fifth District state Reps. Dan Griffey and Drew MacEwen say they are working with Mason County community leaders to coordinate a job fair following Simpson Lumber’s announcement Tuesday that it would be closing its mills in Shelton. The mills are being sold to California-based Sierra Pacific Industries, which says it will not continue to operate them, but instead build a new mill in Shelton that’s expected to be operational sometime in 2017.

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FREE “WOMEN’S HEALTH EVENT” IN MAY HOSTED BY MGH&FC

MGH logoMason General Hospital & Family of Clinics would like to welcome all women in the community to the next free Women’s Health Event on Saturday, May 16, 2015 from 8 a.m. to noon at the Main (south) Entrance of Mason General Hospital. 

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County Commissioners Discuss Simpson Mill Sale

The Mason County Commissioners spent a little time discussing Simpson’s announced sale of its Shelton mills to Sierra Pacific. Commissioner Tim Sheldon started the conversation during Tuesday night Commission meeting. Commissioners Terri Jeffreys and Randy Neatherlin also weighed in on the impact to the community and Lynn Longan, Executive Director of the Economic Development Council of Mason County, explained how her office is planning on helping those affected by the sale. Here is the whole conversation: