The Mary M. Knight basketball teams lost to Naselle Saturday in the Class 1B District 4 Tournament. The shorthanded MMK boys fell 90 to 36 while the Lady Owls lost 60 to 18. MasonWebTV Powered by HCC broadcast both games.
[LIVE VIDEO] Watch the Mary M. Knight basketball teams play Naselle in the 2020 Class 1B District 4 Tournament. The boys’ game tips off at 2 PM. The ladies will follow around 3:30 PM. Dedrick Allan will start the Our Community Credit Union Pregame Show at 1:50 PM.
The MMK boys are 10-and-10 on the season while the Naselle boys have a 15-and-5 record. The Lady Owls’ record is 8-and-10. The Lady Comets are 10-and-8.
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Two people were injured Friday night in a two-vehicle crash on State Route 108 near the railroad track in the Kamilche area.
The Washington State Patrol reports that the driver of a westbound 2002 Honda Accord lost control of the car in a curve at milepost 11 about 6 PM. The car crossed into the eastbound lane where a eastbound 2020 Toyota RAV 4 struck the passenger side of the Honda.
MasonWebTV Powered by HCC will be broadcasting both Mary M. Knight games in the Class 1B District 4 Basketball Tournament on Saturday. The Owls are taking on Naselle at Castle Rock High School. The boys’ game starts at 1 PM with the girls following around 3:30 PM.
A head-on collision on State Route 300 near Pat’s Little Red Barn in Belfair injured two women.
A Washington State Patrol press memo says an eastbound 1986 Volkswagen van crossed the centerline of SR 300 (also known as North Shore Road) about 6:45 PM and struck a westbound 2016 Fiat head-on at milepost 1.
The Mary M. Knight boys’ basketball team advanced to the next round of the 1B Southwest District Basketball Tournament with a 46 to 37 win over the Washington School for the Deaf.
The Owls held the Terriers scoreless for the first five minutes of the game and held a 13 to 3 lead after the first quarter.
[VIDEO] Tuesday night, the Shelton City Council selected Megan Fiess to fill the vacant council member 7 seat.
Fiess was among the six residents to apply for the seat previously held by Bob Rogers and her selection came after council members interviewed each applicant and held an executive session. The other applicants were George Blush, Trenton Powers, Marilyn Vogler, Dean Jewett, and Tanya Strozyk-Frazier. The selection of Fiess did take three votes.
One school district’s replacement levy is failing while others are passing after initial ballots were counted Tuesday night.
The North Mason School District‘s replacement educational levy is failing 55 percent to 45 percent. That’s 2,531 voting “No” to the four-year levy at $2.36 per thousand and 2,070 voting “Yes”.
The Shelton School District‘s Maintenance and Operations Levy is passing 53.01 percent to 46.99 percent. The three-year levy at $2.50 per thousand of assessed value received 2,235 “Yes” votes and 1,981 “No” votes.
The Pioneer School District‘s levy is passing with 52.55 percent approval. That’s 1,670 voting “Yes” and 1,508 voting “No”. The rate per thousand for this three-year levy is $1.69 per thousand in 2021, $1.74 per thousand in 2022, and $1.79 per thousand in 2023.
In the Grapeview School District, 57.61 percent of the voters are supporting a four-year levy at 88 cents per thousand for 2021 and 2022, and 89 cents per thousand for 2023 and 2024. That’s 602 “Yes” votes to 443 “No” votes.
Mary M. Knight School District‘s a two-year levy at $2.50 per thousand of assessed value is passing with 160 voters are in favor and 153 against. That’s 51.12 percent “Yes” and 48.88 percent “No”.
In Mason County Fire District No. 1, 64.8 percent of the voter are approving a two-year levy at $1.50 per thousand of assessed value to maintain and improve fire protection, emergency medical services and facilities, replace apparatus and equipment, and provide for firefighter safety. That’s 197 voting “Yes” and 107 voting “No”. Mason County Fire District No. 1 serves Hoodsport, Potlatch and Lilliwaup.