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Watch your speed - there are speed limit changes on Hwy 101 & 106.
Is your Chrome browser is still supported by Google? You'll need to stay current to avoid security risks.
See just how large of an impact small businesses in Washington make on the overall economy.
Trying to manage work and home life? Try some of these approaches to strike a healthy balance.
A feisty Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, prompting a declaration of six more weeks of winter.
The Washington Research Council released a report comparing business taxes in Washington State to the national averages.
The Relay for Life 2017 Kickoff is this Thursday. Come sign up your team and hear about the new and exciting changes coming to this event in 2017.
Overstock.com is looking to hire 150 in Elma and are hosting informational meetings this week.
Representative Drew MacEwen delivered remarks at a ceremony to formally reward Aviation Ordnanceman Third Class Paul Buerger the Bronze Star Medal for his service in Vietnam. Originally, the medal was simply mailed to him in 1972.
Get your fix. Alderbrook Resort & Spa is now serving espresso and house-made pastries daily at 8:00 AM in their gift shop.
Frequent flyer? Jet Blue is the first airline to offer "always-free and speedy Wi-Fi connectivity on every aircraft from the departure gate to the arrival gate."
35th District legislators recognized Miss and Mr. Mason Area Pageant with resolutions thanking the participants for their community service in Mason County.
ED-GARRRRR! The Seattle Mariners have announced that Edgar Martinez will become only the second player in team history to have his jersey number retired.
Education matters, and so does your vote for the upcoming bond on February 14.
Looking for ways to save money? Try some of these ideas to spend less of your paycheck.
Congratulations to 2016 Business of the YearShelton Cinemas, Citizen of the Year Xinh Dwelley, Volunteer of the Year Dan Cooling, and President's Choice Dr. Alex Apostle. Click here to see photos from Friday's Awards Gala.
Scam alert! Be on the lookout for a phishing scam targeting Gmail customers that's fooling event tech-savvy users.
Want to reach 18,000 local businesses and residents? Contact the Chamber by Friday, February 3 to save your ad space in the next issue of the BIGHT magazine; artwork is due on or before Friday, February 10.
The future is looking bright for the Washington state job market. An unprecedented 740,000 jobs will be added in the next 5 years, more than three times the national average.
It's that time of year. Report any emergency or urgent road situations (such as a tree in the road, flooding, or dangerous road conditions) to the City of Shelton Public Works Department.
The Shelton School District has scheduled this Friday, January 27, as a snow make up day. Students will be released three hours early.
Hoping to get more positive reviews for your business? Try strategically requesting online reviews from satisfied customers.
"A day on, not a day off." More than 60 volunteers turned out to plant native Garry Oaks at the Bayshore Preserve in honor of MLK Jr. Day of Service.
Way to go! Trace and Micah Palmer, ages 13 and 7, called 911 to report a man not breathing at their house. Their bravery, ability to give vital information, and to follow instructions led to saving a life!
The Annual Awards Gala is just over a week away! Reserve your tickets today and join us for the announcement of this year's awards winners at the four-course meal.
Happy Anniversary! Awnaroll Painting celebrated 10 years in business on January 5.
Emergency road restrictions are currently closed for over weight vehicles; school buses and other traffic are using alternate and/or suspended routes.
The Better Business Bureau recapped the top scams in 2016. Anyone who believes they may be a victim of a scam is encouraged to report the incident.
Looking ahead? See which social media platforms are predicted to dominate 2017.
The state's minimum wage rose to $11 on Monday, leaving restaurateurs and small business owners scrambling.
Employment Security Department announced 2017 unemployment insurance tax rates.
Registration is now open for the annual Goldsborough Creek Run & Walk.
Tom & Mo Beben of Smoking Mo's received a standing ovation at yesterday's Innovation Expo as they accepted the Nancie Payne Workplace Excellence Award.
Tickets are on sale now for the January 20 Chamber Annual Awards Gala.
Post #BestGiftEver on social media for a chance to win $1,000 for your favorite charity.
Experiencing online review black mail? Learn how to deal.
An exhibit of welded artwork by Olympic College students is being shown through February 28 at the Shelton Civic Center, as part of the Rotating Art Gallery Display.
The National Park Service announced its schedule for Perspectives Speaker Series.
Navy Band NW is performing December 9 and the SHS host is planning an evening meal for the 35 musicians. If you are willing to donate a dish, please contact Dave Miser.
Happy 75th Anniversary Our Community Credit Union! #CommunityStrongSince1941
It's official! Mason County has released certified elections results.
A federal court has temporarily blocked the new overtime rule from the Department of Labor.
Sitting at a desk all day? Try these seven exercises to un-hunch your shoulders.
In concert with Green Diamond Resource Company, each Chamber member will have access to a complimentary key card to the Mason Lake Recreation Area. How do you get your hands on your own? Each company signs the Use Agreement and any employees need to sign the Rules & Regulations prior to taking possession of the key card. Welcome to the Lake!