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Tumwater Mayor Debbie Sullivan has decided that the city will remove the historic Davis-Meeker Garry Oak tree on Old Highway 99. City staff informed the city council about the mayor’s plans … more
Thurston County has introduced "Ready, Set, Go!," evacuation campaign as part of Wildfire Awareness Month. This campaign aims to deliver the evacuation message clearly to the residents to ensure … more
The Olympia Police Department saw a reduction in overall use of force incidents in 2023, but noted an increase in juvenile arrest trend, police auditor Tara Parker reported to the city council on … more
The Lacey Youth Council (LYC) took center stage during the Lacey City Council work session on Tuesday, May 14, presenting updates and outlining priorities for their term. From initiatives … more
The Thurston County Board of Health has declared May 2024 as Maternal Mental Health Month to address the critical issue of maternal mental health. The proclamation emphasizes the importance of … more
Solid Waste Division Manager Jeff Bickford met with Thurston’s Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) for the state of the Solid Waste System update, yesterday, May 14. Bickford briefed the board … more
"Catch Amélie at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts Main Stage from May 17 to May 26." The South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) Theatre Collective presents the beloved … more
The 2024 run by the Saint Martin’s softball team is one for the history books as they closed their postseason with one win and two defeats in the NCAA DII West Region Championship Tournament … more
At the Olympia City Council meeting on May 7, several residents voiced their concerns about speeding on Capitol Way in the south Capitol neighborhood, citing multiple incidents that have resulted in … more
Olympia’s Land Use and Environment Committee recommended adopting the Capital Mall triangle subarea plan to the city council. At the committee meeting on Thursday, May 9, Senior Planner … more
Olympia's Utility Advisory Committee heard a briefing in its May 2 meeting on “The State of LOTT Clean Water Alliance.” LOTT Executive Director Matt Kennelly, P.E. gave the presentation. … more
Nine nonprofit organizations are set to receive $983,454 from the city of Tumwater as part of the US Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Community Development Block Grant … more
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) invites its customers to join them in the open house events that run until June 21. Thurston County residents can go in person to the open house for the West Thurston … more
Editor’s Note:  Many of the business owners interviewed wished to remain anonymous due to fears of retaliation from taggers.  Also, some of the graffiti in the photographs has been … more
The Olympia Arts Commission approved project artist Abe Singer’s final design for the Grass Lake Nature Park Public Art. Singer has participated in a community meeting with students from … more
Olympia residents are invited to participate in a digital open house scheduled for Thursday, May 16, at 5:30 p.m. to talk about improvements and support for the neighborhood centers in the city. … more
Last week, Thurston County Commissioners paid tribute to the dedicated individuals who work tirelessly to serve the community. During a public meeting on May 7, the Thurston Board of County … more
After her professional soccer stint in Australia in the winter season, Mariah Lee is set to return home to play summer ball with FC Olympia to further reinforce their squad in the upcoming 2024 USL W … more
Thurston County's Eld Inlet and Henderson Inlet are among fifteen shellfish harvest areas in the state facing potential harvest restrictions due to heightened levels of fecal bacteria in the water. … more
Wildfires are expected to worsen and appear more frequently as the dry and warm conditions are anticipated this spring and summer. The Department of Ecology declared a drought emergency for most … more
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