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Page A-28- Mason County Journal- Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014 to detail. to your vehicle. to you. AUTOMOTIVE 2033 Olympic Highway North Shelton 426' 1467 Work Injuries NewmanFamily Car Accidents iropractic . Wellness Care Accepting Medicare Sarah Newman, DC and most Insurances 2211 OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK Jefferson Street, Shelton WA 98584 Come to Hunter Farm's discussin,, continued from page A- 1 said he sought sites that are "clear, The third proposed site is across open and flat." the street from site No. 2 on Shel- a new off-leash dog park group on The first proposed site is a 2.3- ton Springs Road. But the plot is Monday. acre piece of land across the street only 1 acre and has no sidewalk, "There's no plans to expand from Olympic College Shelton, Ziegler said. there, but it could serve as a site," near the Huff'n' Puff Trail. That's when Ziegler suggested Ziegler said. But the city is designing an the land adjoining Kneeland Park Members of the new group above-ground water-storage tank as a possibility. He pointed out planned to tour the wooded prop- near the location, which couldthat the city owns the property. erty Wednesday. limit plans, Ziegler said. Another The slopes could serve as a nat- For the past year, the city ofpotential obstacle is the discovery ural buffer along with the fencing, Shelton's Parks and Recreationof Native American artifacts in the Ziegler said. Water that tends to Advisory Committee has been area, he said. collect on the property could be a discussing the development of an The second proposed site is a challenge, he said. off-leash dog park in the Shelton rectangular 3.7-acre plot that sits The city's Parks and Recreation area. Pets are not allowed in city under Bonneville Power Adminis- Advisory Committee hasn't heard parks. Owners can walk their tration (BPA)transmission lines the proposal yet, Ziegler said. dogs on leashes on the city's Huff next to the intersection of Wallace Then the proposal would go to the 'n' Puff Trail on Shelton Springs Kneeland Boulevard and SheltonShelton City Commission, he said. Road. Dogs are required to be on Springs Road. The city has sent a Ziegler stressed that the city of leashes in the city. letter of interest to BPA but hasn't Shelton has no money in its bud- The closet dog park is in north- heard a response yet, Ziegler said. get this year for a dog park or park east Thurston County, a 5-acreCharlotte Bates, a member of improvements and probably won't site that formerly served as part of the new dog park group, said she in 2015 either. But city could act the landfill in the Hawk's Prairie has qualms about placing a metal as a fiscal agent to accept dona- area. fence with a water-drinking facil- tions for such things as chain-link Ziegler's Kneeland Park pro- ity under power lines, fencing, and city staff and equip- posal came after a discussion of "That makes me feel uncomfort-ment could be used to establish three other proposed sites. Ziegler able," she said. the park, he said. JOURNAL AWARDS: t Open 9:00 A.M- 6:00 P.M. Every Day! Wagon Rides Hay Maze Corn Maze Animals Hunter Corn $3.00 Admission ......... continued from page A-1 Editorial) and sports reporter Emily Hanson Children 2 and under are FREE. Johnson (Best Gov- (Best Sports Personality R Pumpkins are sold by the pound ernment Reporting) and Profile). (32), or under 7 pounds is $2.00 Weeks (General News Hanson garnered two ..... Photo/Black and White third-place awards (Best TJ~ I or Color) also won sec-Sports Page Design and i 1921 E. Hwy 106, UnionWA 98592 I ond-place awards, join-Best Sports News Story) (360) 898-2222 (360) 426-2222 ;~11 ing Hyde (Color Photo along with Weeks (Color www.hunter-farms.comj Essay),Rudnick (Best Feature Photo), Hyde (Best Special Section Cover), Adams (Color Pictorial Photo) and Startthe lght [ Journal staff (Tourism/ your'child's " Community Guide Spe- I cial Sections) for its an- nual Visitors' Guide. Johnson also received .MP3"s a Rising Star award dur- 4 ing the awards session. .Gamebo The contest collect- ed submissions from newspapers throughout Washington between April 1, 2013, and March 31, 2014. "We don't do this to win awards but it's grati- Don't be a victim/ Take advantage of safe fying when our efforts and secure on-site shredding for free! are recognized by our peers in the industry," Hyde said. C0mmunity Shred nt Saturday, October 18 I Noon - 2 p.m. OCCU Mt. View Branch: 2948 OlymPic N., Shelton There is no cost for this service, so tell your friends! 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Our Communib- Credit Union 800-426-5657 ourcu.com Will Adams Natalie Johnson Third Place - Color Pictorial Second Place- Best Govern- Photo -"A halo in the sky" ment Reporting -"Neatherlin proposes code enforcement" Will Adams, Dave Pierik Second Place - Best Person- First Place - Promotion of a ality Profile, Short -"One of a newspaper-"How advertising Kind: A day in his shoes" works" Lloyd Nlullen First Place - Color Portrait - "Grower seeks pot of gold" Emily Hanson Second Place Best Sports Personality Profile -"Making his coaching mark" Third Place- Best Sports Page Design -"Highclimbers bond" Third place - Best Sports News Story -"Local Boston Marathon runners safe" Natalie Johnson, Adam Rudnick Second Place - Best Feature Page Design - "One of a Kind: Honing his craft" - Adam Rudnick First Place- Best Editorial Pages Second Place - Best Edito- rial - "Let's work together to address city's problems" Gordon Weeks First Place - Best Personality Profile, Long - "One of a Kind: Decorated Volunteer" Second Place - General News Photo, Black and White or Color -"Mickenzie Pyle holds her new diploma" Third Place - Color Feature Photo -"Spring Sawing" Tom Hyde Second Place - Color Photo Essay -"Squaxin Community Salish Sea Plunge" Third Place - Best Special Section Cover -"Mason County Profile" Staff First Place- Topical/Nontour- ism Special Sections -"Mason County Profile" Third Place - Tourism/Com- munity Guide Special Sections -"Visitors Guide" 360.427.2625 506 W. 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