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June 5, 2014

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NEWS BRIEFS County seeks heritage grant applications Mason County will give out grants of up to $5,000 each for historic preservation projects this summer. The grants are available to qualified organiza- tions for professional development, public education, small capital projects, collections management, heri- tage investigations and historic preservation. Grant guidelines are available on Mason County's website at co.mason.wa.us/forms/historic/grant_ guidelines.pdf. Grant proposals are due by 4:30 p.m. June 30 and can be turned in to the Mason County Historic Preser- vation Commission, P.O. Box 279, Shelton, WA, 98584, postmarked no later than June 30. Proposals can also be hand delivered to 426 West Cedar St. in Shelton. Port of Shelton reviews emergency plan The Port of Shelton is considering creating a memorandum of understanding with the National Guard in preparation for a large earthquake. In the event of a major earthquake on the West Coast, Sanderson Field could be a hub for planes fly- ing supplies into the area, said port executive direc- tor John Dobson. Warren Hendrickson, executive director of the Washington Airport Management Association, gave a presentation with Dobson on Tuesday at the port's regular meeting. A major earthquake is overdue in the Cascadia Subduction Zone, Dobson said. "It's not a question of if, it's a question of when it's going to happen and are we prepared," he said. Lilliwaup man reported missing by Sheriff's Office The Mason County Sheriffs Office is look- ing for a Lilliwaup man reported missing Tuesday. Steven Daniel Lawrence, 41, left his residence in the 10 block of North Jorsted Creek Road at about 4 p.m. Tuesday with some cash, food and a machete, accord- ing to the Sheriffs Office. He is described as a white male, standing 5 feet, 9 inches tall, weighing 175 pounds, with brown eyes and brown hair. Lawrence He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a blue T-shirt, brown leather shoes and a black jacket. His family reported that he left a note saying he did not plan to commit suicide. The family said he might have a mental disorder. Shelton recognized for work for small businesses State Sen. Tim Sheldon was recognized this month with the Guardian of Small Business Award by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) for his efforts in the 2013-2014 biennium to help small businesses. The NFIB evaluates legislators' commitment to support small businesses at the end of every two- year legislative cycle. Compiled by reporter Natalie Johnson Thursday, June 5, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-7 HigH Four _  A Forks ':,: .,,,i. !:.. : lllS.000.,,on ****   mmm. 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Two die in car crash northwest of S[[(.00lton By NATALIE JOHNSON natafie@masoncounty, cam Alcohol and marijuana may have been involved in a single-car accident that killed two teenagers Sunday, according to the Mason County Sheriffs Office. David Michael Dudley Jr., 19, of Bremerton, and Alena J. Pepi, 18, of Port Orchard, died as a result of the collision, according to Mason County Coroner Wes Stockwell. Seven people were riding in a Chevrolet S-10 truck on Forest Service Road 23, 18 miles north- west of Shelton in the south end of Olympic National Forest, just after 7:30 a.m. Sunday. Five people were riding in the bed of the truck and were ejected after the truck drove off the road and into a tree. The driver of the truck, whose name has not yet been released, was transported to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle, accord- ing to the Sheriffs Office. He is in stable condition at Harborview with a fractured left femur and facial lacera- tions. 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