Shelton City Commissioner of Public Works Tracy Moore recently received a Certificate of Municipal Leadership (CML) from the Association of Washington Cities (AWC). Commissioner Moore completed over 30 hours of training credits to earn this distinction.
If you love Washington’s forests, parks and monuments, thank our 26th president.
In 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt made a 17-city whistle stop tour of Washington State, inspiring thousands of Washington residents on both sides of the Cascades. Historian Scott Woodward talks about Roosevelt and his wilderness legacy at the Shelton Timberland Library, Saturday, September 12 from 2 to 4 p.m.
The Washington State Department of Health has reclassified 17 acres of the Hood Canal 6 (Alderbrook Cove) commercial shellfish growing area in Mason County from “Approved” to “Conditionally Approved.” According to a letter from the office of Environmental Health and Safety, this change in classification was prompted by the results of a comprehensive review of pollution conditions and marine water quality data.
Craft3, a nonprofit community development financial institution,has supported the repair or replacement of more than 500 failing septic systems with the Clean Water Loan. These loans are available to residents in Mason County as repairing or replacing a septic system is costly and many owners are in danger of losing their property because they cannot obtain a loan or cover the costs out of pocket.
The Highclimber Class of 2016 will be the founders of a new tradition, Senior Sunrise.
Senior Sunrise is a symbolic event that is a long standing tradition in many schools across the country. The Shelton High School Class of 2016 is proud and excited to bring this tradition home and hope to have their entire class attend the inaugural event on the first day of school.
Mason County PUD No. 3 will be upgrading electrical facilities on August 26, 2015, in the Haven and Wooten Lake areas. Customers in the area will have a temporary interruption of electrical service. Two-hundred thirty customers will be affected. The outage will begin August 26 at approximately 9:00 a.m. and is estimated to last four hours.