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Lacey Mayor Andy Ryder could not help but become emotional while awarding the city’s highest honor, the Spirit of Lacey Award, to the late Ken Balsley. During the council meeting on … more
Intercity Transit now has a formal cybersecurity plan, its chief information officer, Jason Aguero, reported to its board of directors on Wednesday, March 3. According to the new policy, IT would … more
Olympia is seeking proposals from qualified consultant teams to conduct research and provide recommendations, specifically in increasing the number of units permanently affordable to low-income … more
The Lacey Parks, Culture & Recreation Board reviewed the recent updates on the 20-year draft financial plan for the Regional Athletic Complex (RAC). During a public meeting on Wednesday, May … more
In a Reader Opinion piece published in The JOLT on Monday, “Questions after a landslide (election),” John Gear raised appropriate questions about what he called the “crushing” … more
Tenino’s former utility clerk is found to have misappropriated $22,783 between September 2016 and December 2019, according to an investigation report released by the Washington State Auditor on … more
The Thurston Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) officially proclaimed May as Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. The BOCC said it is committed to recognizing all AAPI … more
Intercity Transit is hosting the Annual Bicycle Community Challenge in Thurston County this month.  Bicycle Commuter Challenge Coordinator Duncan Green said the 36-year-old event is the … more
Olympia Planning Commissioner Carole Richmond has proposed a one-year delay in implementing the parking code amendment under consideration to allow the necessary time to address any issues and … more
The Port of Olympia secured a total amount of $8.45 million from the 2023-25 state capital budget for the cleanup of Budd Inlet. The state legislature approved the budget on Sunday, April 23, and … more
The Olympia Site Plan Review Committee heard a proposal to divide an 85-year-old warehouse building located at 304 Olympia Avenue NE to divide into eight workspaces on Wednesday, April 26. Project … more
Tumwater Planning Commission is working to match the maximum threshold allowed by the state for proposed development projects before they require a review under the State Environmental Policy Act … more
Olympia community members used the public comment platform at Tuesday's Land Use and Environment Committee meeting to reiterate their opposition to the Planning Commission's recommendation to remove … more
On Thursday, Olympia's Land Use and Environment Committee approved the Planning Commission's recommendation to amend the zero minimum parking proposal on residential with instruction to the staff to … more
The Olympia Site Plan Review Committee, on Wednesday, April 26, heard a proposal to convert the Olympia Hotel at Capitol Lake to multifamily use. The building at 2300 Evergreen Park Drive SW has … more
The second annual Squaxin Island Race was held Saturday, April 15, by the Sound Rowers and Paddlers Club. The race started out of Boston Harbor Marina, with the start and finish lines close to the … more
Olympia’s Spring Arts walk is in full swing today, with more than 98 locations participating in hosting art experiences. There are more than 225 artists to engage with and activities to enjoy … more
Olympia Heritage Commission vice chair Garner Miller unveiled this year's Heritage Award nominees, most of whom contributed to the city's music culture, at the Community Livability and Public Safety … more
OLYMPIA – Thurston County Public Works will close US 12, from Pecan Street SW to Old Highway 99 SW/Elderberry Street SW, for the paving of the new roundabout intersection at Sargent Road. … more
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