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  • Port of Allyn stages groundbreaking for well

    Kirk Boxleitner|Oct 20, 2022

    Port of Allyn’s Board of commissioners will have a special public meeting at their administrative office Oct. 24 to discuss commissioner district boundaries and a couple of other items that Port of Allyn Operations Manager LeAnn Dennis added to the meeting agenda. One of those items is routine — approving a $500 voucher for payment to the Economic Development Council of Jefferson County for its annual dues. “I think we’re also adding a discussion about electricity fees to the special meeting...

  • Mary finds her father lying in his bathroom

    Clydene Hostetler|Oct 20, 2022

    This was a very sad week for Mary and her family. Her dad died and she is in shock. I think this is the first time in almost 15 years of transcribing her diary that she shows so much emotion. She loved her father. He lived his final years with Mary and Sam in the apartment above their garage. Friday, Oct. 15, 1948 Today I arose early and got my work done, though I was tired. Sam washed clothes after I got started. Squires came down and planted 42 wild azaleas. Sam went duck hunting and got one...

  • Nonprofit Briefs

    Compiled by reporter Gordon Weeks|Oct 20, 2022

    Female biker group helps Mason General The Warrior Angel Riders, a Tacoma-based women's motorcycle group, donated $2,000 to the Mason General Hospital Foundation through the Foundation's annual Bikers for Babies fundraiser. The group presented a check Oct. 8 at the hospital. This is the first year the Warrior Angel Riders have hosted the Bikers for Babies fundraiser, with a poker run Aug. 24 in Pierce and Thurston counties. "We are just so happy to be supporting Mason General Hospital...