The Skate Park in Shelton has been closed for emergency repairs. Mason County, which currently operates the park next to Wal-Mart, closed the park Friday for maintenance but facilities crews discovered additional damage as Commissioner Terri Jeffrey explained during Tuesday night’s Mason County Commissioner meeting:
According to Commissioner Randy Neatherlin, these maintenance issues came to light after someone reported being injured at the Skate Park. Continue reading →
The four candidates being considered for the next Chief of the Shelton Police Department attended a public “Meet and Greet” Tuesday night. MasonWebTV.com spoke with each candidate. First we asked what asset each would bring to the position.
Two people were injured when a car hit a utility pole on East Agate Road Thursday night. The State Patrol says a 2007 Mazda 3 was northbound on Agate Road heading towards Pickering about 8:30 PM when it left the roadway to the right and collided with the pole in the 5600 block. Continue reading →
An electrical odor brought fire crews to an antiques store in Shelton Thursday. According to Central Mason Fire & EMS, crews responded to a report of a commercial structure fire in the 300 block of South 1st Street in Shelton. When firefighters entered the antiques store about 5:30 PM, they noticed a strong electrical odor. Crews checked the entire building including the roof and found an older radio that had been plugged into an electrical outlet. Continue reading →
One person was injured in a three-vehicle, chain reaction crash on Highway 300 in Belfair Thursday morning. According to the State Patrol, a 1999 Ford Expedition, a 2009 Toyota Camry and a 1992 Honda Civic were eastbound on SR-300 (North Shore Road) about just before 10 AM. Near Mission Creek Road, the Honda and Toyota stopped for roadwork. The Expedition was unable to stop in time and struck the Toyota. The Camry then struck the Honda which was pushed off the Highway onto the eastbound shoulder. Both directions of Highway 300 were blocked for 90 minutes. Continue reading →
There are two vacancies on the Mason County Planning Advisory Commission making it difficult for the seven-member PAC to have a quorum which was the case Monday night as Barbara Adkins, Director of Mason County’s Department of Community Development, explains: