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Teachers gathered on Thursday, May 11, to voice their sentiments on their job loss due to the Olympia School District (OSD)’s current reduction measures, which were revealed to them during … more
Permanent supportive housing will soon be constructed along Franz Anderson Road after Olympia selected the Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) to complete the project. Affordable Housing Program … more
The Tumwater City Council voted 6-1 to confirm the appointment of Lisa Parks as the next city administrator on Tuesday, May 9. Parks is currently the executive services director at the Port of … more
The Thurston Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) officially proclaimed May 7 to May 13 as Public Service Recognition Week. The BOCC said the week is a chance to honor the contributions of … more
The Thurston County Board of Health (BOH) joined the nation in celebrating the selfless contributions of nurses as it proclaimed National Nurses Week from May 6 to May 12. The BOH announced this … more
Community member Walter Jorgensen challenged Olympia City councilmembers to take a bus and experience other alternative modes of transportation before deciding on the parking code amendments, … more
At Tuesday's Olympia City Council meeting, the Heritage Commission honored seven individuals, places, and local organizations that have contributed to the community's heritage. Recipients of … more
The Teen Tech Tutors program at the Olympia Timberland Library has been bringing people together for over a decade in a symbiotic, intergenerational program that pairs tech-savvy teens with patrons … more
The voter and candidacy registration deadline for the August 1 Primary Election is fast approaching. The Thurston County Auditor  has published election deadlines on this website.   … more
The Tumwater City Council authorized Mayor Debbie Sullivan to renew its jail services agreement with the Nisqually Indian Tribe to provide housing for the city’s inmates at the Nisqually … more
Olympia, Wash. – As the world continues to move towards a more digital era, the importance of digital literacy has become increasingly apparent in communities worldwide. To address this need in … more
Olympia's Community Livability and Public Safety Committee (CLPS) discussed its review of the Advisory Committee Roles and Expectations and Rules of Procedures at its meeting on April 26. The goal is … more
Dr. Thelma Jackson has been recognized as Lacey's 'Ken Balsley Historian of the Year' as a significant part of the city's history month this year. Jackson has been recognized for her extensive … more
The Port of Olympia is working on plans to sell a parking lot on 608 Washington Street to LOTT Clean Water Alliance . The Port Commission adopted a resolution declaring the property as surplus … more
The West Olympia Timberland Library hosted a Grand Reopening Saturday, May 6. The library, which is located inside Capital Mall next to Van's store and the entrance nearest Total Wine, used the … more
Today from 6 a.m. through Friday, May 12 at 11:59 p.m., Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM) is conducting daytime and night artillery and demolitions training. Residents living in the South Puget … more
On 17 April 2023, the Olympia Planning Commission (OPC) decided to propose to the City Council that it eliminate parking requirements for residential units of various housing types: single-family … more
Tumwater City Council authorized Mayor Debbie Sullivan to sign a joint defense agreement with the city of Olympia on Tuesday, May 2, to address complaints filed by two area residents with the Public … more
The Olympia Site Plan Review Committee held a presubmission conference for two proposals last Wednesday, May 3: an 11,250-square-foot multi-use building at 4315 Harrison Avenue NW and a … more
On April 20, the Aspen Institute announced the winners and finalists of the 2023 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation’s premier award for two-year colleges. South Puget … more
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