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Tumwater’s Public Works Committee recommended 2023-2024 budget of the Barnes Lake Management District (LMD) is over the district’s allocation of $54,675. Presented on Thursday, March … more
Log Cabin Road remains in the 2045 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) until a study demonstrates that the project is unnecessary or that another viable solution can support regional mobility. At … more
The Olympia City Council on Tuesday approved selling the 10-acre city-owned property at 3900 Boulevard Road SE to South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity to proceed with the construction of more than … more
Tumwater would receive $225,000 to fund the final phase of the Bush Prairie Habitat Conservation Plan (HCP) if the city council votes to accept it at its meeting on March 21. The city’s … more
Non-profit housing provider South Puget Sound Habitat for Humanity, with the assistance of the City of Tumwater, is set to receive a $726,984 grant from the Washington State Department of Commerce … more
The men’s and women’s basketball teams of South Puget Sound Community College (SPSSCC), colloquially known as the Clippers, advanced to the 2023 Northwest Athletic Conference (NWAC) … more
Community representatives for the Capital Metro Independent Investigations Team believed the police officer involved in the March 2022 shooting incident complied with the use-of-force policy. At … more
Lacey revises sponsorship policy for park programs and facilities “A more comprehensive and standardized evaluation process” for reviewing such sponsorships By Jerome … more
Tumwater is seeking a $2.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) to fund the replacement of a culvert on the crossing of Sapp Road and Percival Creek, thus allowing better … more
Less than half of the city's goal to build 700 units a year was met with only 350 permitted residential units issued in 2022, Community Planning and Development Director Leonard Bauer said at the … more
Beyond any standard marketing class curriculum, the greatest lessons can often be taught by entrepreneurs who tell of their own struggles, adversities and triumphs. During the first seven weeks of … more
Two port-a-potties stood as sentinels when I visited The Jungle, in Olympia, last Friday, March 3, 2023. Nearby, a gaggle of shopping carts filled with refuse congregates by a dumpster; the … more
The University of Washington's Climate Impacts Group is doing an analysis of the record-breaking King Tide that flooded downtown last December. At a Sea Level Rise Response Collaborative-Executive … more
Thurston County leaders appreciate the climate youth activists who staged a die-in protest during the previous Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) meeting on February 14, according to Climate … more
Ann Freeman-Manzanares, who has been serving as Intercity Transit’s (IT) general manager since 2013, is set to retire on March 31 after serving in the agency for 30 years. Director of … more
The Olympia's Site Plan Review Committee, on Wednesday, March 1, heard a project proposal of establishing an indoor dog park and retail space in an old warehouse at 511 Cherry Street, SE. In the … more
Lacey Chief of Police Robert Almada said the city saw a 14.5% increase in reported crimes against people and a 4.5% increase in crimes against property in 2022, adding that there is an increase in … more
The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) officially proclaimed March as Women’s History Month. Before formally reading the proclamation, Commissioner Gary Edwards stepped in and shared his … more
Dart Container Corporation is closing its Tumwater manufacturing plant, it confirmed with The JOLT yesterday. The factory employs approximately 30 people at its facility near Olympia Regional … more
The Olympia Site Plan Review Committee held a presubmission conference on a proposal to put up temporary food trucks and a coffee shop on a property at 1400 Bethel Street NE. At the committee … more
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