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The Internal Revenue Service has determined that The JOLT News Organization (JNO) has qualified as 501(c)(3) charitable organization, according to a letter we received yesterday. This letter … more
The Lacey Utilities Committee held a hybrid meeting last Monday, April 3, to brief the city council on the LOTT Cleanwater Alliance’s (LOTT) Affordable Housing Pilot Program. Water Resources … more
The Lacey Transportation Committee recommended modifying the speed limit of some roadways in the city during its meeting on Tuesday, April 4. Lacey Transportation Manager Martin Hoppe said the … more
Olympia is seeking young community members to help it develop a youth council that it plans to create to involve the youth with local government. “We’re looking for the voices of … more
River Ridge High School edged off North Thurston High School in a softball game held last April 3. The Rams, under Coach Sam Harding, were on a constant lead over the Ridge and their team of … more
The Port of Olympia Commission decided not to have any further discussion on the comments made by International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) members regarding the signing of the contract for … more
Olympia Community Planning and Development Director Leonard Bauer presented the draft ordinance on consolidating land use permit processes to simplify and reduce the time and costs related to … more
Olympia Farmers’ Market (OFM) will celebrate Senior’s Day tomorrow, April 5, offering discounts to shoppers aged 55 and above. Part of the market’s High Season that began on … more
The Olympia School Board held a work session last Thursday, March 30, to deliberate on specific actions the board is considering how to balance the district’s budget for the upcoming school … more
Climate Program Director Dr. Pamela Braff has announced the launch of Energize Olympia, an initiative to promote energy-efficient ductless heat pumps (DHP) through a group purchase campaign. Braff … more
Inland Group is proposing building an affordable workforce housing project with 252 units at 3909 9th Avenue SW, Olympia, adjacent to the Olympia Orthopaedics Spine Center near the Capital … more
Intercity is informing its passengers taking Routes 60, 67, and 68 to board and get off at the Lacey Transit Center while Stop #657 at Gold Club Road, 10th Avenue is undergoing construction starting … more
In a news release published to social media, the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) shared that Sheriff Derek Sanders had been involved in a Yelm area collision and was airlifted to … more
Speakers on both sides of the proposition to create a new regional fire authority (RFA) faced off Wednesday night at a Voter Information Forum co-sponsored by The JOLT News Organization (publisher of … more
Out-of-state union representatives show support for new Port of Olympia union as negotiations drag on By Jerome Tuaño International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) representatives … more
Stronger community response for needy parents and children is the best way to address child abuse prevention, said Dr. Joyce Gilbert of the Providence Abuse Intervention Center to the Thurston County … more
The Olympia School District (OSD) held a public forum yesterday, March 28, to gather comments and suggestions from the general public regarding the budget deficit for the next school … more
The Olympia City Council on Tuesday approved the ten art designs which will be installed on traffic boxes around the city. Stephanie Johnson of the Parks, Arts, and Recreation department said … more
Thurston County saw an increase in child abuse rate from 33.99 victims per 1,000 children to 36.22 per 1,000 children, according to the 2021 data. Gretchen Thaller of Thurston's Public Health - … more
People of color, people with disabilities, transgender, and single mothers are at a higher risk of displacement and more likely to experience homelessness in Thurston County and face continuing gaps … more
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