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OLYMPIA — The opportunity to become a candidate for office during Washington’s  2024 elections opened Monday . During candidate filing week, candidacies can be declared until 5 p.m. … more
The Olympia School District (OSD) and Olympia City Council are set to form a steering committee for the Safe Routes to Schools initiative, which aims to provide better walking and biking routes … more
Roadwork will close 15th Avenue SW between Columbia Street and Water Street, south and east of the Capitol Campus in Olympia. Starting today and expected to last until June 10, crews will … more
South Puget Sound Community College’s (SPSCC) golf program, still in its infancy, will send three representatives to the men’s and women’s finals of the 2024 Northwest Athletic … more
During the City of Lacey’s 2023 Mayor’s Gala last October, Karen Schoessel introduced the evening’s guest of honor, then-100-year-old Harvey Drahos, a World War II veteran who had … more
The Olympia City Council and school leaders discussed potential partnerships through land use planning and housing development initiatives that could help solve the declining enrollment challenges … more
Despite losing their Conference Championship postseason slot, the Saint Martin’s University baseball team closed the 2024 baseball season with a thrilling 4-3 win against Pacific Lutheran … more
On Wednesday, May 1, the Olympia Site Plan Review Committee heard a proposal from Behavioral Health Resources (BHR) to build a new affordable housing apartment at 2104 State Avenue NE to replace … more
Olympia Armory Building Manager Valerie Roberts introduced the eight anchor partners selected to lease long-term spaces in the building and help the city develop business plans for the Armory … more
The Housing Authority of Thurston County (HATC)’s 2023 Annual Community Report showed that the organization had admitted 296 new households to its voucher rental assistance program and lifted … more
Lacey has been awarded a Silver designation from SolSmart, a national program that promotes the expansion of clean and affordable solar energy solutions at the local level. SolSmart evaluates … more
Intercity Transit (IT) won two top awards at the American Public Transportation Association (APTA) 2024 International Bus Roadeo competition, which was held last weekend in Portland, Oregon. … more
Thurston’s County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) approved the Sheriff’s two single-source purchases for six Grappler and five StarChase units to aid in vehicle pursuits. … more
In a show of recognition and celebration, the Thurston Board of County Commissioners officially declared May Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month. The board's proclamation … more
The Olympia Metropolitan Park District Board (OMPD), consisting of the city council members, approved appointments of three members to the district's citizen advisory committee. At Tuesday's OMPD … more
Tumwater’s hearing examiner, Mark Scheibmeir, approved on Monday, April 29, the site plan and conditional use permit for Tacoma resident Trevor Colby to construct a four-story storage facility … more
An Olympia staffer proposed a method to save the city money on inspecting stormwater catch basins. Senior Stormwater Specialist Kane Osstifin told the Olympia Utilities Advisory Committee (UAC) … more
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently introduced new regulations to reduce emissions from new cars and light trucks. The "Multi-Pollutant Emissions Standards for Model Years … more
The Port of Olympia’s new executive director, Alexandra Smith, addressed dozens of questions last week, including about the marine terminal’s profitability and said she supports having … more
With only a couple of weeks left approaching the Conference Finals, the Saint Martin’s University Track and Field team is in their homestretch preparations to vie for all the marbles and was … more
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