US Congressman Derek Kilmer (WA-06) Zoomed into Daybreak to talk about a variety of issues including COVID-19, Veterans health care access, the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program, Bi-Partisan Housing Legislation, and how bills could be better moved through the US Senate.
During the Focus on Shelton, presented by Peninsula Credit Union, Mary Ricker and LeAndra Sharp came on Daybreak to explain the new City of Shelton APP that will be available on the 15th. It will have many great features and will be similar to the website but have the availability for you to…
Patrick Costelo from the South Sound YMCA came on Daybreak to talk about the summer camp offerings that are available in Shelton. Visit www.southsoundymca.org for more information on programs in Mason and Thurston Counties.
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MOSES LAKE - The Boeing 747 that was hailed as the world’s largest firefighting aircraft is officially no more after the plane was officially sold to a freight company last week.
SHELTON - A Shelton man may not realize it yet, but he’s being hailed a ‘hero’ by at least one person closest to him.
WENATCHEE - Anger expressed by dozens of members in the Wenatchee community prompted a formal response from the Wenatchee School District regarding inclusion-themed posters that is on display at an elementary school.
SPOKANE - Eastern Washington is notorious for displaying some of the loftiest temperatures on thermometers, but June 2 was exceptionally hot, especially for this time of year.