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Mason County \\; May 22, 2014 - Week 21 - The Voice of Mason County since 1886 m $1 Business skirts city ban on bikini baristas By GORDON WEEKS gordon@masoncoun com Shelton last year banned people from wearing pasties, G-strings, T-backs, floss and thongs in public, effectively outlawing bikini barista busi- nesses. But the scantily clad women serving coffee at the new bikini barista stand Peek-A-Brew, on Olympic Highway South, work a stone's throw outside Shel- ton city limits. see BIKINI, page A-18 -E:. t .-=.   _-: | --: INSIDE TODAY Opinion Page A-4 Journal of Record Page A-6 Living Page A-15 Business News Page A-17 Obituaries Page A-19 Belfair Herald Page A-21 Sports Page B-1 Classifieds Page B-10 Legals Page B-12 Crossword Page B-14 Sudoku Page B-14 IlUlnl ii ii i!!11 Ji 1111!!!03 o01 2 ALL CURLED UP ) A frog hides in  rolied-uPfire hose Monday at Mason County Fire District 16 in Dayton. Journal photo by Natalie Johnson Aida, left, and Kevin Miller of the Stanwood bluegrass band Blueberry Hill, perform Saturday afternoon at the lOth annual Bluegrass from the Forest festival in Shelton High School's Performing Arts Center. Bluegrass event fills the seats By NATALIE JOHNSON nata/ie@masoncoun com When a problem with its website slowed online ticket sales, event organizer Greg Linder said he was nervous this year's Blue- grass from the Forest would be smaller than usual. "We didn't know what to expect until it happened," he said. Despite the issue, Linder said Saturday afternoon that the 2014 festival, the 10th anniversary of Kristmastown Kiwanis' Bluegrass from the Forest, was on pace to be the biggest one yet. He said the festival had more campers than ever on the mostly sunny weekend. "(We've had) great comments on the bands," Linder said. The festival was headlined this year by the Virginia-based band Junior Sisk & Ram- blers Choice. Sisk was recently named the 2013 Inter- national Bluegrass Music Association male vocalist of the year. The band's single "The Story of the Day that I Died" was nominated for song of the year. see BLUEGRASS, page A-28 Journal photo by Natalie Johnson Byrd to run for County Commission Former chief deputy faces incumbent Jeffreys STAFF REPORT news@masoncounty, corn Former Mason County Sher- iffs Office Chief Deputy B. Dean Byrd an- nounced his candidacy last week for Ma- son County commissioner in District 3. He will run against incumbent commissioner Byrd Terri Jeffreys (I) as an independent. Byrd said he plans to run on a "platform of service," and said, if elected, he would vote for the best interest of Mason County residents. He said he believes commissioners should establish priorities and develop and imple- ment a strategic plan and budget according to that plan. Byrd said he would bring his experience in risk management, see COMMISSION, page A-28