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+ STAFF REPORT news@masoncoun .com A garage sale to help a 16-year-old Shelton resident battling cancer will take place Saturday near Bob's Tavern in downtown Shelton. Donations of garage-sale items and cash will be accepted from 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. The garage sale begins at 10 a.m. at 320 S. First St. The boy has been diagnosed with terminal bone cancer. Proceeds from the sale will help his parents and fam- ily. A silent auction table will also be available. For more information, call Sandy Strandwold at 427-3694. In remembrance Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-13 Looking for a Home City of Shelton Animal Shelter Adoptions cost $75, which include vaccine, wormer, spay / neuter and a $10 city license. New dogs are brought in all the time. Call 427-7503 or visit the slielter at 902 W. Pine St. Dogs can be viewed at Shelton. petfinder.com. Hours are from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. The shelter is dosed Saturday through Monday. Dogs available for adoption include: Pit Bull M 3 yrs. Shepherd/Lab Mix M 4 yrs. Kitten Rescue This time of the year our kitten season has finally arrived. We have a small steady supply of healthy and friendly kittens just waiting for that purrrfect indoor home. " For more information go to our website kittenresq.net or call us at 360-426-2455 or 360- 584-0594 .......... Adopt-A-Pet Lucy Pit Bull Terrier & Australian Shepherd Mix Adult - Female Medium This beautiful blue eyed young girl is Lucy. She is a very special fun loving girl who needs a home where someone will continue her training with lots of!ove,,: he knows how to roll over, sit, high 5 and just be a lady unless you toss a Frisbee, then the game is on. Lucy tells us she really does not cats, so ifyouhave cats, she is not for you. Must have a 6 foot fence and lots of time to spend with her. She is a real love bug. To meet Lucy please e-mail thedoghouse309 l@hotmail.com (360) 432-309t We are located in Shelton Journal photo by Gordon Weeks The flags fly at half-mast in front of the downtown Shelton post office on Sept. 11 to honor the lives lost during the terrorist attacks in 2001. WSD installs wider edge lines on state Route 106 STAFF REPORT ibility of the edge stripe, but it also news@masoncoun com gives the appearance of a slightly narrowed lane, which research has Maintenance crews working for shown improves compliance to the the Washington State Department ofposted speed limit. Transportation have taken a new ap- "Over the past decade, researchers proach to help motorists focus on the have found that wider edge lines can road and drive the speed limit on a improve vehicle operations." said WS- portion of state Route 106 southwest of DOT Traffic Engineer Steve Kim. "A Belfair. 2012 Texas Transportation Institute On Sept. 15, WSDOT widened the study provided evidence that wider edge stripe and center-line stripes edge lines are a cost-effective, statis- along the roadway from the standard tically sound approach to reducing 4 inches to 8 inches, crashes and fatalities on a two-lane ru- The wider stripe encroaches into ral highway." the lane and thus does not reduce The wider edge line runs along eight the width of roadway shoulders, miles of state Route 106 from milepost From a driver's perspective, the 12.2 (near Twanoh State Park) to mile- wider stripe not only increases.vis- post 20 (near state Route 3). (360) 426-3052 270 SE Spring Place Shelton, Washin gton 98584 E-mail: sylvan@hctc.com