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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
LACEY, WA, November 2, 2020: As part of the Hawks Prairie Road & Marvin Road Roundabout Expansion project, northbound Marvin Road, from 31st Avenue NE to just south of Hawks Prairie Road NE, will … more
Lacey  – School looks very different this year and North Thurston Education Foundation (NTEF) is busier than ever. The pandemic has created new challenges for North Thurston Public … more
Officers working under the jurisdiction of a federal task force fired 37 rounds at Michael Reinoehl the evening of Sept. 3, according to a Thurston County Sheriff’s Office press … more
Catching a movie on the big screen locally has been made all the more difficult after Regal Cinema, the theater chain that includes Lacey’s Regal Martin Village, announced they’re … more
The city of Lacey and the North Thurston school board will hold a joint meeting on Thursday, Oct. 15 at 7 pm.   The agenda includes a discussion of upcoming capital projects, road and … more
OLYMPIA – Thurston County Public Health and Social Services (PHSS) lifted the health advisories for Pattison Lake and Long Lake on Thursday, October 1, after water samples from both lakes … more
On September 28, 2020, Thurston Superior Court lost one of its own. We were saddened to learn of the passing of Judge Carol Fuller.  Judge Fuller served for 24 years as the first female … more
Olympia ─ Thurston Community Television (TCMedia) won two 2020 Hometown Media Awards from the Alliance for Community Media (ACM) Foundation on July 9 of this year. TCMedia helps produce television … more
What better time than a during a pandemic, with small businesses and restaurants closing every day, to start a new food-service business?  And at only 10 or 12 years of age? That’s what … more
Joint Animal Services continues to implement new and creative ways to provide services to our community during the pandemic. Their latest improvement helps reunite owners with their lost pets – 24/7 online reporting. more
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