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Pet licensing is now available online through the Joint Animal Services Commission's website.  Joint Animal Services Board Member and Tumwater Councilmember Michael Althauser announced their … more
A group of sewing enthusiasts from Lacey and Olympia sent 68 purses on their way to Zambia, Africa last Monday, July 26, as a part of their advocacy to help girls stay in school. The purses were … more
 After a year of canceled theater performances, the BigShowCity Performing Arts Organization is opening its auditions for its planned in-person event with The Lord Franzannian Royal Olympian … more
Joint-Base Lewis McChord (JBLM) is seeking feedback from the public on a variety of issues to update its Growth Coordination Plan (GCP), first published in 2010. JBLM is the fourth-largest … more
      being on the right side of history is not for sissies   Hikers are flooding our public … more
Humans are social beings, but the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic limited our ability for physical interactions.  As more and more Americans are getting vaccinated, Hugz & Cuddlez is … more
Here are a few events in Thurston County and online to keep you entertained in the coming week! Movies In the Park - The Croods, A New Age: Fri., July 23, 8 p.m. Come down to the Huntamer Park … more
The Washington State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) proposed to remove the 5th Avenue Dam on the Capitol Lake Deschutes Estuary at the Port of Olympia commissioners’ work session … more
Whether you walk, drive, bike, ride the bus or find another way to get around, there’s a new survey to help regional planners to make more and better decisions about new roads, bus routes and … more
For nearly three decades of service, veteran truck driver Phil Aasen received a City of Lacey Certificate of Achievement. During the regular city council meeting yesterday, Lacey Mayor Andy Ryder … more
An allegedly intoxicated woman who told  a Thurston Sheriff’s Deputy she was suicidal was arrested last night after her car slid into a small ditch and she backed into a tree The … more
Express bus service between Olympia and Lacey to Pierce County resumes on Monday, July 19, 2021. Route 620 will serve the Olympia Transit Center, the State Capitol Campus, Lacey Transit Center, … more
Local first-time author David Hanig's new book, "In Every Breath a Prayer," tells the story of the author’s early childhood pain and his road to recovery. An unusual book, it combines prose … more
Thurston Community Media brought home not just one, but three national awards from the Alliance for Community Media Foundation in a virtual celebration on July 1. TC Media, which manages four … more
Okay, folks, it’s time for some fun! Now that we have been allowed back into society it’s time to remember there is more out there than the grocery store. For instance…the … more
New Traditions Cafe today rejoined its sister operation, New Traditions Fair Trade, as an open and ready business. The Cafe was closed for six months both because of pandemic restrictions and to … more
 Lakefair, the festival, is still cancelled for 2021. But runners are gearing up for the upcoming Lakefair Races 2021 on July 17, following a year-long hiatus. As one of the first live races … more
 The Olympia City Council approved funding for the Familiar Faces program as a part of its city operations last Thursday, June 29, following a three-year trial period. The program provides a … more
Tenino Young-at-Heart Theatre (TYT) will present the musical, A Year with Frog and Toad, July 15 to July 25 in the Tenino City Park at the Quarry Pool.  This unique setting is perfect to tell … more
Firefighters responded to a wildfire near Vail Road in Yelm on Sunday, July 4. The S.E. Thurston County Fire Authority reported that the wildfire had burned approximately 29 acres. “Could … more
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