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May is hospital month and KMAS is spotlighting caregivers and facilities around the area that help in various aspects of the health industry. Read and listen to the following interviews on the KMAS Newsradio Hospital Month page.

LINKs to individual stories:
South Sound Physical & Hand Therapy
Mason General Hospital and Family of Clinics
Health Care Helpers
Nursing Week: May 6- May 12
Quality Care & ICU Clinics at MGH
New And Improved CT And MRI Equipment at MGH
All About Summit Pacific Medical Center
North Mason County Care Options
Women's Health Event - Helping under-insured women

 

 


 

MCRA Fundraiser Underway For Artificial Turf

art turfAs Summer comes into full swing it becomes more important for the city to ensure that local outdoor recreation areas are in peak condition and ready for several months of consistent use.

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Congressman Derek Kilmer: Working With Specialists

D KilmerSome of the most important topics being discussed by state representatives in Washington DC show how varied the state’s culture is and how much specialized knowledge is required in order to effectively voice the concerns of local residents. From environment, to veterans,

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Health Specialist Checks Pools, Eating Establishments

BenSchenk250There has been a lot of talk about the pool at the Shelton High School, but did you know there are 14 regulated pools and spas throughout Mason County? That was just one of the things Environmental Health Specialist Ben Schenk stopped by to talk about on Daybreak.

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Hempapalooza 2015

June 21 is the summer solstice, the longest day of the year, it’s also Father’s day and the penultimate day of the first ever Hempapalooza (http://www.hempapalooza.com/) in Brinnon. Nicole Black and Nathan Pritchett came by Daybreak to talk about this event running from June 19-22 on a private 50-acre farm on Duckabush Road.

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Parks Board Working Hard To Promote Local Parks

Neil Winders came by Daybreak to talk about the latest with the Mason County Parks Board. He talked a lot about how the parks board is starting to work with a local business to figure out the best way to promote parks and get local and visitor interaction with surveys asking about the needs and wants in the parks around the county.

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