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Loren “Skip” Steffen and Mindy Roberts have the courage to live their Christian faith with and in the hope of helping the homeless. “God has richly blessed me and my wife in our … more
Olympia and Tumwater voters overwhelmingly rejected their cities’ proposition to divest their fire departments and merge them into a regional fire authority (RFA) as more than 63 percent of … more
Olympia plans to include energy auditing in its rental rehabilitation projects funded by the federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) it receives.  Anastasia Everett, Olympia's CDBG … more
Today, South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) and the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge (ALL IN) announced that Sophia Bowton-Meade, student Senator for Legislative Affairs at SPSCC, has been … more
Project Architect for Ethel Development, Josh Gobel, discussed the plan to build 12 structures with four units, or 48 houses on a 224,060 square-foot parcel on Ethel Street during a presubmission … more
Lacey Youth Council Mayor Justin Begley urged North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS) to revisit its safety protocols and hear students’ concerns following lockout incidents at Timberline High … more
The Washington state legislature allocated $7 million for the Deschutes Estuary restoration project as part of its 2023-2024 operating budget, which Congress passed on Sunday, April 23, before … more
The city council was urged to seek collaboration with other jurisdictions to promote growth on the Martin Way corridor in Tuesday’s Olympia City Council study session. To prioritize regional … more
The Lacey Commission on Equity (COE) unanimously approved recommending the Advisory Board Stipend Program to the Lacey City Council. During the commission’s meeting on Monday, April 24, … more
As of 3 p.m. Monday, April 24, some 12,081 voters, or about 22.4 percent of registered voters have cast their ballots for or against Proposition 1, which would create a new regional fire authority … more
Lacey is currently considering a request to rezone the Gwinwood Retreat Center from High-Density Residential to Open Space Institutional. Planning Manager Ryan Andrews said a public hearing would … more
Tumwater’s water resources and sustainability department is moving out of city hall and into a rental space at South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC), Department Director Dan Smith … more
The Tumwater Park and Recreation Commission discussed a draft for the preferred alternative of the programming and layout of a neighborhood park on Trails End Drive and 79th Avenue. RWD Landscape … more
In addition to those reported previously, The JOLT has identified more errors in the calculator provided by Olympia and Tumwater’s proposed Regional Fire Authority (RFA). The calculator allows … more
The Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) approved its 2023-2027 fair housing assessment on Tuesday, April 18, moving a step closer to securing funding from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban … more
The Olympia City Council, on Tuesday, April 18, signed a proclamation designating the month of April as Earth Month. Olympia has joined Governor Jay Inslee in proclaiming the entire month to be … more
The Olympia City Council declared a continuing public health emergency, claiming that homelessness continues to present significant public health and safety issues for the entire community. The … more
If you've ever tried to turn left onto Old Highway 99 from 79th Avenue and been frustrated by speeding traffic in both directions, you'll be glad to know that a roundabout is coming. The Tumwater … more
The Inspire Olympia Cultural Access ad hoc committee has completed creating the framework for the new program. One of its recommendations is to start simple and evolve with the community. At the … more
Tumwater Earth Day, April 22, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Each year, Tumwater Parks & Recreation teams up with the PARC Foundation to celebrate Earth Day. Join other volunteers in a service project to … more
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