All posts by Dedrick Allan

PUD 1 Monitoring Water

[VIDEO] Mason County PUD No. 1 is monitoring water flowing into Hood Canal. MasonWebTV Powered by HCC’s Dedrick Allan reports.

Click here for a link to Mason County PUD No. 1’s website.

County Finalizes 2020 Budget

[VIDEO] The Mason County Commission finalized the 2020 budget Tuesday afternoon. During the final budget workshop, the Commissioners decided on several requests from departments that fall under the Current Expense which included denying a request from Public Health for two new staff. Under the Road Fund, Public Works was seeking three additional staff. The Commission decided to cut that to one.

The 2020 Current Expense Budget totals $38,004,159 Million in revenues and $37,984,456 in expenses leaving a surplus of $19,704. The total for 2020 Special Funds is $69,262,552. These numbers may be adjusted slightly before the preliminary 2020 budget is released on Monday, November 18th. A public hearing to certify property tax levies will be held on Tuesday, November 26, 2019 at 9:15 AM and the public hearing on the 2020 budget is 9 AM Monday, December 2, 2019.

Watch Mason County Commission

[LIVE VIDEO] Watch the November 12, 2019 Mason County Commission meeting. There are three ways to watch live at 9 AM: hcc.net/news, MasonWebTV.com or Mason County’s website (co.mason.wa.us.) You can also watch on demand on hcc.net/newsMasonWebTV.com or Mason County’s website: co.mason.wa.us. Rebroadcasts on Hood Canal Communications’ local channel are Thursday at 6 PM, Saturday at 2 PM and Sunday at 9 AM.

Here is the meeting’s agenda:

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MWTV Releases Basketball Broadcast Schedule

MasonWebTV Powered by HCC will once again provide live video broadcasts of high school basketball beginning in December. We have more than 20 games on your broadcast schedule including a girls’ and boys’ double header between Shelton and North Mason on December 6th and Derrick Pringle’s return to Shelton as a visiting coach on January 3rd. Our first broadcast is December 4th when the Shelton boys host Mount Tahoma.

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Election Results as of 1 PM 11/8/19

No significant changes in the latest results from Tuesday’s General Election. The last count was Friday, November 8th. Election officials in the Mason County Auditor’s Office have counted 19,258 ballots, increasing the turnout to 47.51 percent. Next ballot count is set for 4 PM November 25th with the election certified on November 26th.

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Football: SHS Drops Season Finale

[VIDEO HIGHLIGTS] The Shelton football team dropped its season finale Thursday at Stadium 37 to 8.

The Highclimbers started with a dominate first quarter but couldn’t take advantage of Tiger miscues which included turnovers and penalties. Stadium had 57 yards in penalties in the first quarter but corrected those errors in the second and scored two touchdowns. The Tigers had a 16-0 lead at the half.

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Watch Shelton Football at Stadium

Watch the Shelton football team wrap up the season at Stadium. The 2019 football season finale between the Highclimbers and the Tigers is set for 7 PM. Dedrick Allan will start the Our Community Credit Union Kick Off Show at 6:30 PM. Gerry Apple and Eric Rehwaldt will also be on the call from Stadium Bowl.

Both teams have 1-and-8 records and looking to end the season with a win. Shelton is coming off a 24 to 20 win over North Thurston while Stadium lost last week at Spanaway Lake 44 to 8.

Please Note: This broadcast relies on mobile/cellular broadband connection as wired or Wi-Fi connections are not available. Failure of connection or slow speeds due to limited or poor cellular signal may cause buffering, interruptions and/or poor picture quality.  We apologize for any inconvenience. If there is a failure, MasonWebTV Powered by HCC will post a complete video as soon as possible. If there is a failure check the MasonWebTV Facebook page as a new video stream will start once a connection is re-established.  

Football: MMK Falls in Pigtail Game

The Mary M. Knight football team’s season came to an end Wednesday night in a Class 1B Pigtail Playoff game at Montesano High School where the Owls fell to Darrington 68 to 28.

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Election Results as of 4 PM 11/6/19

After additional ballots from Tuesday’s General Election were counted Wednesday, the only changes to report are in the races for Southside School Board.

John E. Johnson has increased his lead on Don Robbins for School Board Director Position No. 1. Johnson now has a 50-vote lead with 310 votes (53.73%) to Robbins’ 260 (45.06%).
Laurie Cox’s lead on Brandon Homan for School Board Director Position No. 2 is now just five votes. Cox has 285 votes (49.91%) and Homan has 280 votes (49.04%). There are six write-ins with accounts for the remaining 1.05 percent.
Gigi Olsen has overtaken Matt Jewett for School Board Director Position No. 4 and now has a four-vote lead. Oslen has 287 votes (49.57%) to Jewett’s 283 votes (48.88%) with nine write-ins accounting for 1.55 percent of the vote.

No significant changes in the remaining unofficial results.

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