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The Tumwater School Board addressed district staff who have in recent weeks expressed “continued dissatisfaction” with Superintendent Sean Dotson’s leadership in their meeting last … more
In a 5-2 vote, the Tumwater City Council approved its “Mayor’s Version” of a development agreement for the Port of Olympia's New Market Industrial Campus. During the city council … more
At Aki Kurose Middle School, Roderick Patel’s son Ezra, 5, sat quietly on his dad’s lap, eyes fixed on an animation on a phone, as he bared an arm for his first shot of COVID-19 … more
Despite a last-minute request by the Port of Olympia to cancel it, the Tumwater City Council held a planned hearing regarding the proposed development agreement for some 200 acres of industrial-zoned … more
During the regular city council meeting on Tue., Nov. 23, Olympia City Council members discussed staff plans to increase the little-understood utility tax rate by one percent. In the discussion, … more
The economic development organizations of five counties will focus on workforce development and education as the future of economic development —at this year’s Regional Economic Forecast … more
The City of Tumwater invites community members to provide their input on the proposed New Market Industrial Campus development, Tue., Nov. 30, starting at 6 p.m. The discussion will focus on … more
A waterway mapping project led by a man aboard a kayak has made its way to the South Puget Sound nearshore as part of a bid to aid in the conservation and restoration of estuarie in this … more
Issues of corruption and nepotism were raised during the Port of Olympia commission meeting on Mon., Nov. 22 following allegations that a former high-ranking staff member used their position for … more
Thurston County’s official destination marketing organization (read: tourism board) held its annual meeting yesterday morning in Yelm and recognized several local leaders with honors. The … more
During the Port of Olympia work session on Mon., Oct. 15, Port Commissioner E.J. Zita suggested ending the support for Lacey MakerSpace to give way for Olympia Community Solar. Zita introduced the … more
The Olympia City Council put an end to the concept of a Log Cabin Road Extension as its members agreed to delete all of its references to it in the city ordinance during its regular council meeting … more
This season has been marked by a noteworthy number of renters who are ready to be first-time home buyers. Why? The cost of rent is rising. One of our clients reported a rent increase of $1000 per … more
The Nisqually Land Trust has permanently protected two more properties central to the restoration of Ohop Creek, one of the two main tributaries to the Nisqually River. They include 45 acres of … more
During the Tumwater City Council meeting on Tue., Nov. 16, the council announced plans to conduct a public hearing, and possibly issue a decision on the proposed development of the New Market … more
Robotics, not long ago reserved for the realm of science fiction and multi-million dollar factories, has become hobby and sport for local high school students who design and build their own … more
This weekly report covers single-family home sales in Thurston County over the past week. There were 97 sales completed from Sunday, November 7 through Saturday, November 13, 2021. The median … more
During the Port of Olympia Commission’s work session on Mon., Nov. 15, commissioners confirmed that they have reconsidered their decision and plan to seek to enable  the sale of the OYO … more
As the hospitality industry starts to recover from the impact caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Experience Olympia & Beyond would no longer require business owners to pay membership fees to be … more
Opponents of a plan to sell the rights to log some 140 acres in nearby parts of the Capitol State Forest are set to gather on the Capitol main campus on Tue., Nov. 16 at 9 a.m. The area is some … more
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