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The 2022 Washington State Legislature tackled the controversial subject of banning high capacity magazines for weapons in Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill 5078. The Senate took up the debate on Feb. … more
A proposed subdivision at Pattison Street NE raised concerns from neighboring residents about increased traffic and the project’s effects on nearby wetlands. Olympia’s Hearing Examiner … more
During the 2022 Washington State Legislature, lawmakers worked to prohibit the usage of active shooter drills, including conducting lockdown drills, by schools, which include simulations of or … more
The City of Lacey will conduct a comprehensive gap analysis of the existing energy efficiency programs offered to private, public, and non-profit sectors. City staff aims to identify areas of … more
Olympia-based Thomas Architecture Studios (TAS) announced its promotion of Josh Gabel and Tom Reiger to associate principals from senior project managers, according to a press release the firm issued … more
The 2022 Washington State Legislature debated the ability for a pregnant individual to access abortion care with Engrossed House Bill 1851. The Affirm Washington Abortion Access Act reconfirms … more
The Thurston Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) will soon decide on a set of guidelines in selecting applicants for the Racial Equity and Inclusion Council (REIC). Racial Equity Program Manager … more
Timberland Regional Library asks patrons to show their support for accessible and life-changing resources, programs and materials on Wednesday, April 6, 2022 – Library Giving Day. Timberland … more
During the 2022 Washington State Legislature, lawmakers debated Senate Bill 5909, which concerned oversight of the gubernatorial powers for emergency proclamations such as the COVID-19 emergency. The … more
Olympia City Council has unanimously approved starting negotiations with the Olympia School District (OSD) on building a school on the city’s Yelm Highway property planned to be developed into … more
For their very first proclamation, as they go back to in-person meetings after two years, the Thurston Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) proclaimed March as Women’s History … more
The Lacey City Council will now go back to in-person meetings as the government continues to ease COVID-19 restrictions. As announced on the city’s website, community members can now … more
The 2022 Washington State Legislature dealt with the subject of the practice of midwifery with Substitute Senate Bill 5765. The bill was heard on the Senate Floor on February 14 where concerns about … more
Port of Olympia commissioners have decided to not make an honor statement acknowledging Native Americans’ ownership of lands in lieu of including the tribes in the Port’s activities and … more
During the 2022 Washington State Legislative Session, lawmakers debated the issue of how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in buildings with Substitute Senate Bill 5722. The Senate heard the bill on … more
One of the more contentious pieces of legislation in the 2022 Washington State Legislature was SSB 5528, which concerned the imposition of additive revenue sources within a regional transit authority … more
The Olympia City Council is set to vote tomorrow on a proposed Co-Location Agreement that would make part of the Yelm Highway land designated to become a new park available to Olympia School … more
Several South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) basketball student-athletes won  Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) All-Region awards, according to a press statement released by the … more
Kelp forests in Puget Sound play an integral role environmentally and culturally, but they're in steep decline. There are more than 20 species of kelp in the region that are a vital source of food and … more
Capitol Lake and the related Deschutes Estuary will most likely be reverted into its original brackish water state, according to a Washington State Department of Enterprise Services press release … more
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