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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
As schools finally re-open, teachers are starting to realize the impacts that COVID-19 had on students. Discussing school-improvement opportunities at last night's  Tumwater School District … more
How to get regular folks to pick up other people’s trash without a court order? Mason County author and columnist Mark Woytowich, who knows where all of the most beautiful spots are on the … more
To cut energy costs and provide more sustainable electric power for low-income residents, the Olympia City Council is considering installing a solar-electric system at Quixote Village. During the … more
During the Port of Olympia Commission meeting on Mon., Nov. 8, community members expressed health and safety concerns against the proposed Panattoni development on the Port’s  New Market … more
As the pandemic drags on, some parents across the U.S. and locally have elected to keep their students at home or send them to private schools. The drop in enrollment brings a proportional drop in … more
During the Lacey City Council meeting on Thu., Nov. 4, Councilmember Carolyn Cox shared that Intercity Transit is looking into the possibility of operating a zero-emission fleet. Cox, who also … more
For the fourth consecutive time, the Aspen Institute named South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) one of the 150 institutions eligible to compete for the $1 million Aspen Prize for Community … more
To see election counts, go to the Thurston County Elections website.  Most recent reporting showed data from ballots counted by Tuesday, Nov. 2 at 8 p.m. Next reporting due at 5 p.m. on … more
In partnership with the city of Tumwater, the city of Olympia showed residents some of the conceptual designs for a potential Regional Aquatics Facility. The renderings and plans are based on … more
During its meeting on Tue., Oct. 26, the Port of Olympia Commissioners expressed its intent to move forward with a five-member ballot proposition. In a presentation, Port of Olympia General … more
Olympia’s Parks, Recreation, and Advisory Committee recommended that the city council rename the Peace and Healing Park after Rebecca Howard, one of the pioneering Black women in the … more
As October marks Community Conflict Resolution month, the Dispute Resolution Center (DRC) of Thurston County both recognized its volunteers, who help mediate conflicts in the community, and invited … more
Thurston County commissioners approved a request to temporarily close down Country Club Road NW at Green Cove Creek for three weeks. During the regular Board of County Commissioners  (BOCC) … more
 During the Lacey City Council meeting on Thu., Oct. 21,  the city shared its plan to invest in building infrastructure to enable it to charge its fleet of electric vehicles. “This … more
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