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On June 19, several Juneteenth events have been long planned prior to President Joe Biden’s signature confirming Congress' vote earlier this week recognizing it as an official holiday. While … more
Lacey police received several calls regarding an intoxicated man who allegedly threatened to accuse his brother of molestation because he was being evicted from his brother’s house on June … more
A woman avoided jail on May 28 after being accused to shoplifting at Walmart because she told police she recently tested positive for COVID-19. Barbara G. Beach, 26, of Olympia, was contacted by … more
A local transient man was arrested after shoving his under-aged girlfriend and throwing her onto the sidewalk at about 12:30 p.m. on June 3. Lacey police were dispatched last Thursday to the 1200 … more
An allegedly intoxicated man was arrested for driving under the influence while his six-year-old grandson was in the backseat on May 6. Neil Siereveld, 58, blew a 0.203 on the field sobriety test … more
In honor of its tribal namesake, Lacey’s Nisqually Middle school plans to commission murals inspired by the people, landscape, and wildlife that reflect the tribal culture and history of this … more
A transient man was arrested after allegedly trying to fight with several people in a local bar, using his cell phone as a recording device and grabbing a woman by her hair last Saturday. Olympia … more
A driver swerved to avoid hitting another car today and  crashed into the bedroom of a house off of College Street near 31st Ave. in Lacey. The collision happened at approximately 12:40 p.m. … more
The City of Lacey invites the community to attend a live, virtual Police Chief Finalist Forum on Tuesday, June 15, from 6 – 8 p.m. The online event will provide community members an opportunity … more
Last Monday, a source claimed that the Olympia Planning Commission revived its plan for the Log Cabin road extension, a proposed street connection that would cut across the LBA Woods. According to … more
On Thursday, the Lacey City Council discussed plans to expand the Lacey Municipal Code (LMC) 1.20 to defer certain development costs on new affordable housing projects. LMC 1.20 allows the city to … more
As the Olympia School Board looks towards the next school year, Assistant Superintendent Jennifer Priddy reported at the board meeting yesterday that local schools have experienced low … more
A special three-day filing period will be held Wednesday, June 2 through Friday, June 4 to allow citizens to run for elected office for positions without candidates. Open positions … more
Last Thursday, May 20, the Lacey Planning Commission shared a proposal to build a new commercial project on the Meridian Campus. In a webinar, Lacey Senior Planner Samra Seymour discussed the … more
 Every year North Thurston Public Schools turns to the community to ask for feedback on academics, leadership, budget, student programs, and more through a short online … more
Out of nearly 75 entries across the state, the Lacey Veterans Services Hub received the Outstanding Service to Veterans Award by the Governor’s Veterans Affairs Advisory Committee … more
An alleged hit-and-run driver was also cited for driving under the influence after a witness to the collision photographed Adams’ license plate and provided it to Tumwater Police on … more
A man who allegedly beat an Asian woman with a traffic cone at Lowes last month was accused of shoplifting on Tuesday after refusing to pay his tab at a Lacey restaurant. On May 18 Raymond Dual, … more
A 31-year-old transient was arrested after allegedly beating his 17-year-old girlfriend at the Ensign Road homeless encampment last Thursday. Zacharey Hanley, 31, was allegedly witnessed grabbing … more
Three area fire departments were called to suppress a blaze at the Mattress Ranch at 7941 Martin Way SE this morning. The fire originated on the outside of the building at 3 a.m. was noticed by a … more
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