Archive of: Shelton

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Mason PUD rates going up

Cost increases for BPA-supplied electricity are blamed for a rate increase coming next year to customers of Mason County Public Utility District No. 3. Even then, however, they will be paying less per kilowatt-hour than most other South Sound neighbors.

November 2014

Mason General seeking ACO designation

Mason General Hospital and its related Family of Clinics has applied for designation as an Accountable Care Organization, a distinction that encourages more coordinated care for patients, especially those on Medicare benefits.

November 2014

Credit Union Day paid cash to non-profit

In honor of 'Credit Union Day,' North Mason Resources in Belfair gained a small cash donation from Peninsula Credit Union in Shelton.

October 2014

State settles lawsuit against Extendicare

Eleven health care facilities in Washington operated by the national chain, Extendicare, are linked to a multi-state $28 million civil settlement announced today. This state will see about $1 million.

October 2014

PUD 3 admin building being sold

Mason PUD 3’s former administration building in downtown Shelton will soon become headquarters for Mason Conservation District.

September 2014

Kudos to PUD 3 for communications

Communications and out-reach programs of Mason County PUD 3 were recognized as among the best for comparable size public utilities in eight Western states and one Canadian province.

September 2014

EPA compliance actions in South Sound

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced today more than 50 compliance and enforcement actions taken in the second quarter of 2014. And seven separate South Sound locations were cited.

August 2014

Mason Co. chiropractor suspended

Mason County chiropractor Norman Collins has seen his license to practice immediately suspended on charges of diverting medications for personal use.

August 2014

Legacy gift funds cancer program at MGH

The Karen Hilburn Breast & Cervical Cancer Fund, a chapter of Mason General Hospital Foundation, has received a check for $25,000 from the Charitable Trust of Margery Jones, a former Shelton resident and cancer survivor.

July 2014

Marijuana retail lottery results

Washington State Liquor Control Board (WSLCB) today posted the results of 75 marijuana retail store lotteries on its website.

May 2014
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