All posts by Dedrick Allan

Wind Advisory Remains in Effect

The wind advisory remains in effect until 10 AM this morning (Saturday, January 21, 2012). Forecasters say windy conditions will ease later today as a front pushes inland.

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Washington’s Unemployment Rate: Job Numbers Down in December

December’s labor statistics from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics once again produced conflicting data about what’s happening in Washington’s economy.

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MasonWebTV.com Personnel Covers College Basketball Game for Alaska Radio Station

MasonWebTV.com’s Dedrick Allan called his first college basketball game Thursday night. This was a freelance job for 820 Sports – KCBF in Fairbanks, Alaska as the University of Alaska Fairbanks Nanooks played the Saint Martin’s University Saints at Marcus Pavilion in Lacey. SMU beat UAF 70 to 53. Here is a sample of Dedrick’s work: KCBF

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Weather Postpones Basketball Games; Next Webcasts in Question

This week’s weather has canceled all high school sporting events including two basketball games MasonWebTV.com had planned to webcast. The status of our Saturday webcast, a girls’ and boys’ basketball double header with Taholah at Mary M. Knight, is unknown as both schools were closed today.

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Entire State Feeling Impact of Ice Storm

Collisions and tree limbs are piling up on state highways, the Washington State Department of Transportation said today. Drivers may face long delays from icy conditions and road and lane closures throughout the state. WSDOT crews are dealing with collisions and trees down as freezing rain adds weight to branches laden with snow. Crews in some areas need to wait until it’s safe to go in and clear the highway.

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Gregoire Proclaims Winter Storm Emergency

Gov. Chris Gregoire today issued a proclamation that ensures the delivery of valuable dairy products across Washington state. The proclamation would also – if needed – allow the activation of the Washington National Guard, and free up state agencies to take extraordinary steps to help local jurisdictions during the current winter storm.

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