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  • Mason’s Olsons Resort Sekiu Washington WA - CampgroundViews.com

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    Mason’s Olsons Resort in Sekiu Washington offers full hookup and dry camping on a first come first serve basis on multiple camping levels overlooking the fishing town. Multiple camp site options catering to anglers who arrive during the pre-scheduled fishing runs. When fishing is not on the campsites are generally empty. If the weather is nice it can be a very scenic location.

    Dirt/ gravel sites and roads. Some sites have picnic tables.

    http://www.campgroundviews.com/listing/olsons-resort/

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  • Mason County EDC Weekly Visit - 07/24/17

    VIDEO - Mason County EDC Director Lynn Longan came on Daybreak to talk about the Business Expo and courting new companies to Mason County.

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  • Travis Couture for WA Senate - Tourism, Economic Development and the Environment

    Travis Couture outlines environmental issues within Washington's 35th District which includes parts of the Olympic Peninsula, Hood Canal and South Puget Sound (South Kitsap, North Thurston, and Mason Counties). Washington is the only state in the US that has zero state funding for tourism. It was cut completely during the economic downturn, now it's up to local businesses. My opponent as county commissioner cut funding to Mason County's 20 beautiful parks by $600k ($1.2 million total including matching federal grant funds lost) to pay down the Belfair sewer debt. He has even proposed a similar plan to take the Mason County lodging tax, which is the only fund for promoting county fairs and festivals, and using it to pay for county expenses. We need to make tourism more of a priority, not less.
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  • Mason County Sheriffs Office Weekly Visit - 08/21/17

    VIDEO - Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury came on Daybreak with the new school resource officer for Mason County, Matt Colbenson. They covered what the resource officer does and how they impact kids lives in the schools.

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    Summer Action on Hood Canal. Water sports galore!
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  • Mason County Sheriffs Office weekly visit - 08/28/17

    VIDEO - Mason County Sheriff Casey Salisbury and Mason County Fire District 4 Chief Bob Burbridge came on Daybreak to talk about the latest from the Scatter Creek fire as well as the great work between Fire and Law Enforcement in the county, also the continued hot weather.

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  • Mason County Forest Festival 2016!

    Thanks for checking out the iFiberone Newsradio parade coverage! The parade starts with some of the Tenino Motorcycle drill team warming up the crowd and after that the parade begins. Feel free to jump around and see all the entries!

    MASON COUNTY FOREST FESTIVAL PARADE COVERAGE BROUGHT TO YOU BY: ALDERBROOK GOLF COURSE; DEREK KILMER; US REPRESENTATIVE FOR THE WA-06; HERITAGE BANK; OLYMPIA CHRYSLER-JEEP; KEVIN SHUTTY - CANDIDATE FOR MASON COUNTY COMMISSIONER 2; CASEY'S BAIL BONDS; EL SARAPE CANTINA; ASCEND ROOFING; BILL BRYANT FOR GOVERNOR; THE LC3; OLYMPIA NISSAN and IFIBERONE NEWSRADIO.

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  • Mason County Economic Development Council weekly visit - 8/29

    (VIDEO INTERVIEW) Jennifer Baria, business development manager for the Mason County EDC came on Daybreak! to talk about their new website and a new way people can search for commercial properties in Mason county.
    www.choosemason.com

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  • High Steel Bridge Spanning the Skokomish River in Washington State [HD]

    High Steel Bridge is a truss arch bridge that spans the south fork of the Skokomish River on Forest Service road #2202 near the city of Shelton, Washington in Mason County, Washington. The High Steel Bridge was the second of two large steel arches to be erected by the Simpson Logging Company on Forest Service land in 1929. These bridges carried a single railroad track across formidable chasms opening up expansive tracts of previously inaccessible timber on the Olympic Peninsula.

    You can read more about the bridge here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High_Steel_Bridge

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  • High Steel Bridge See details below

    High Steel Bridge
    Coordinates 47°22′05″N 123°16′48″WCoordinates: 47°22′05″N 123°16′48″W
    Carries Passenger vehicles and logging trucks
    Crosses South fork, Skokomish River
    Locale Mason County, Washington
    Official name Forest Service Road 2202
    Maintained by United States Forest Service
    Characteristics
    Design Truss arch
    Material Steel
    Total length 685 ft (209 m)[1]
    Height 375 ft (114 m)[1]

    High Steel Bridge is a truss arch bridge that spans the south fork of the Skokomish River on Forest Service road #2202 near the city of Shelton, Washington in Mason County, Washington. The High Steel Bridge was the second of two large steel arches to be erected by the Simpson Logging Company on Forest Service land in 1929. These bridges carried a single railroad track across formidable chasms opening up expansive tracts of previously inaccessible timber on the Olympic Peninsula.

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