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The Lacey City Council voted last night to send a planned annexation of Capitol City Estates and Chambers Estates to the Thurston County Boundary Review Board. The decision received a split vote … more
North Thurston Public Schools' Board of Directors has chosen Jennifer S. Thomas, PhD, to join them to represent Director District 3. Thomas replaces Director Melissa “Mel” Hartley, who … more
The City of Lacey is working its way through the annexation process for 288 acres within the Capitol City and Chambers Estates areas, including the Capitol City Golf Course. The Lacey City Council … more
North Thurston Public Schools’ District 3 Board Member Melissa “Mel” Hartley will be stepping down from the board after accepting a job offer on the east coast, school officials … more
Within the past week, authorities arrested two brothers who were accused of robbing a Lacey drive-through coffee stand at gunpoint in January. Both Sonny A. Ramirez-Wells, 24, and Raymond Wells, … more
In a message to families yesterday, North Thurston Public schools announced the upcoming hybrid-learning schedule and Today we welcomed back our 3rd and 4th grade students to in-person hybrid … more
A 29-year-old man is in custody after he allegedly stabbed a woman in the chest in Lacey, puncturing a lung. Sergei G. Snyder was arrested Thu., Feb. 25, on suspicion of one count of first-degree … more
The Lacey Community Workgroup on Homelessness is presenting a virtual open house to present their findings over the past several months. In addition to seeing the findings the group has compiled, … more
The North Thurston Public Schools district board met via Zoom last night for a regular board meeting. Topics included student preparedness in terms of post-secondary success, the announcement of the … more
The North Thurston Public Schools’  board met for a regular meeting last night. Agenda items included a sports announcement, grading scales, the Komachin Middle School construction … more
Lacey City Council held its regular meeting last night and discussed multiple topics including the pending Thurston Climate Mitigation Plan and the city’s exclusive franchise agreement with … more
The Lacey City Council is holding a regular meeting Thu., Jan. 21 starting at 7:00 p.m. The agenda includes a proposed new ordinance that would restrict sales of commercially bred dogs, cats, and rabbits in pet … more
K-9 Arlo, a police dog with the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office who was shot twice last week, is recovering in leaps and bounds according to the sheriff’s office. Arlo became the … more
Prior to Winter Break in mid-December, North Thurston Public Schools served around 900 students in-person. Superintendent Debra Clemens expects that number to increase gradually at the start of the … more
Police arrested two people last night after a man reportedly stole from the Best Buy store in Lacey and then threatened a store employee with a knife. One suspect was booked on suspicion of … more
As a 20-year Naval Officer, now retired, annual accounts of the infamous December 7, 1941 surprise attack on Naval Station Pearl Harbor occupy a vivid place in my heart and mind.  My … more
The Lacey Police Department may hire a professional to work with homeless individuals suffering with mental health issues, said Lacey Police Chief Robert Almada. Almada addressed the Lacey City … more
Are you a veteran in need of help? Having trouble finding the information or services you need? Thanks to the vision of the City of Lacey and support from Thurston County, the South Puget Sound … more
Olympia Police Department At 12:36 a.m. Saturday in the 600 block of Columbia Street Northwest, police arrested Thomas S. Brannam, 29, on suspicion of criminal trespass. At 3:07 a.m. Saturday … more
A 19-year-old Olympia man is in serious condition after a shooting near Lacey Sunday evening. Now the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office is searching for multiple suspects. A press release … more
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