Level 3 sex offender registers as homeless in Shelton
The Mason County Sheriff's Office has issued a general notification regarding 58-year-old Steven Curtis Felix, a level 3 sex offender who has recently become homeless in Shelton.
1 dead and 1 at Harborview after motorcycle crash west of Shelton Wednesday
According to a press release from the Mason County Sheriff's Office, one person is dead and one person was airlifted to Harborview Medical Center, in Seattle, after the motorcycle they were riding on hit the guard rail on Cloquallum Road, just west of the Shelton Valley Road, about five miles west of Shelton.
New Principals, but Familiar Faces for Three Pasco Schools
The Pasco School District says three schools will have new principals starting in July, but they're not new faces.
Shellfish Tourism Takes Off
The oysters were everywhere, clustered beneath my feet for what seemed like miles.
Wahkiakum County Eagle
Home energy assistance funds still available
Since December, 967 households have been served, with an average assistance of $370 per household, according to Roxana Shelton, CAP's Energy Assistance Coordinator.
How Mushrooms Could Save the World
Mushrooms are potential miracle workers, capable of cleaning up oil spills and radioactive contamination, filtering bacteria-tainted wastewater, speeding reforestation of clear-cut woodlands, boosting agricultural yields, controlling insect pests and treating ailments ranging from cancer and bird flu to diabetes and dementia.
The News Tribune
Port commissioners moving toward increase in salaries
Port of Tacoma commissioners appear poised to approve a salary increase Thursday that would more than triple base salaries for some commission members beginning next year.
Stranger Genius Lynn Shelton's newest film features her highest concentration of big stars yet - Rosemarie DeWitt, Ellen Page, Scoot McNairy, Allison Janney, and Ron Livingston - but it's not like she's gone Hollywood.
Peninsula Daily News
Outdoors artist goes indoors at Port Angeles Fine Arts Center on Friday
Barbara De Pirro, who last summer adorned Webster's Woods with crocheted plastic "vines," is back with an indoor show at the Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, 1203 E. Lauridsen Blvd.