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Olympia is looking for an artist to serve in its Artist in Residence (AIR) program in the city’s efforts to promote the arts to the community. According to an Olympia Parks, Arts & … more
Some 300 Tenino-area residents met for two hours on Sunday to hear from three public officials and each other about the planned sex-offender residence expected to open this Wednesday in a … more
The Olympia Site Plan Review Committee held a presubmission hearing on a proposal for remodeling a building at 606 Union Avenue SE into a restaurant and a retail shop. In the narrative submitted … more
The Olympia School District (OSD) had a meeting last Thursday, January 26, to discuss what actions can be taken to address the budget deficit, bringing community members to voice their worries, … more
Lacey City Council discussed adopting an ordinance on using compost products in planning government-funded projects or soliciting and reviewing bids for such projects. Public Works Management … more
After entirely closing their offices and halting their services during the pandemic, the AARP Foundation is back in business for this season’s filing income tax returns. The … more
Thurston County Manager Ramiro Chavez said the county has drafted three strategies to address the ongoing community concerns on the planned housing project for sex offenders in Tenino. Chavez said … more
Olympia City received 86 applications for various city advisory boards, including 32 applicants for the newly-established Cultural Access Program, the city's Strategic Communications Director Kellie … more
Olympia and Thurston County’s Planning Commissions collaborated on Wednesday, January 25, to approve and forward a joint Urban Growth Area (UGA) Comprehensive Plan to the Olympia City … more
The Olympia Site Plan Review Committee held a presubmission hearing on the Bailey's Inn phase 2 project, which proposed constructing a five-story residential building with 89 units at 3337 Martin Way … more
To encourage citizens to acknowledge and celebrate the importance of reading, Lacey proclaims the month of February as “Lacey Loves to Read” month. During the meeting on January 19, … more
Lacey’s General Government & Public Safety Committee held a meeting on Tuesday, January 24, to discuss updates to the Home Share pilot program. “A home share is a living … more
The Housing Authority of Thurston County (HATC) is considering purchasing Tumwater Inn on Capitol Boulevard and converting the motel to supportive housing for seniors, said HATC Executive Director … more
The Olympia Planning Commission wants to have an open discussion with local housebuilders and developers to understand their hurdles in building affordable housing better as part of its work plan for … more
The Regional Fire Authority (RFA) Planning Committee appointed five people who will make up two committees that advocate or oppose the creation of the RFA, which is the subject of the voters' ballot … more
Olympia's Social Justice & Equity Commission met yesterday  to discuss the police auditor's annual report and roles. In December last year, the commission was tasked with evaluating … more
The Port of Olympia commission amended a service agreement with federal lobbying firm Crossroads Strategies during a meeting on Monday, January 23, extending the contract’s term until the end … more
A family of five, including three children, died in a house fire in rural Thurston County early Saturday morning. To view video coverage from King 5 News, to read and watch more, click … more
A trail connecting Tumwater Hill Park and Crosby Boulevard has been completed, according to the city’s public works committee on Thursday, January 19. The trail is around 1,200 feet long and … more
Bayan Trails Timberlane project was back on Olympia Site Plan Committee table for review on Wednesday, January 18. The proposal was previously to develop 243 multifamily units on a more than 13-acre … more
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