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The Olympia High School Class of 2021 received their diplomas on Fri., June 18 during its commencement ceremony at Saint Martin's University. Proud family members and friends filled the bleachers in … more
A 21-year-old Olympia man allegedly ran his car off of the road, down an embankment and into a group of trees after leaving a local tavern last Sat., Sept. 18, at about 1 a.m. Then he walked home, … more
Olympia’s furry friends will have plenty of room to play as the city opened three new dog parks this week. The City of Olympia announced the opening of three new dog parks today, at the … more
The Olympia Police Department confirmed that the weekend remained relatively peaceful amid community concern of another possible violent attack. As anticipated, a group of protesters gathered in … more
 Following appropriations from the other three large local governments here, the Olympia City Council approved a request to partly fund the re-launch of Senior Services’ Home Share, a … more
A good Samaritan spotted an allegedly intoxicated driver, who was caught by Olympia police as he was sought to purchase more alcohol in a local grocery store, last Sun., Sept. 12. Daniel Robert … more
We are aware of reports that members of the Proud Boys group are expected to take part in demonstrations in our community this weekend. The Olympia Police Department (OPD) is monitoring two Saturday, … more
Book lovers on the go can access their favorite titles from anywhere with the Timberland Regional Library mobile application. Available on Android and iOS, the Timberland Regional Library (TRL) … more
The City of Olympia plans to develop four new parks as part of the city’s long-term directive to make recreational spaces more inclusive and accessible. On Thu., Sept. 9, Olympia Parks … more
During the Olympia City Council meeting on Tues., Sept. 14, Mayor Cheryl Selby released a statement denouncing the violence in Olympia on Sept. 4. In her speech, the mayor stated, “Anyone … more
A woman returned to her Eastside residence after a few days away discovered three squatters living in her home, on Friday, Sept. 3. Transients Joshua Ordway, 22; Nathan Cicco, 20; and Sebastian … more
Update from Interim Police Chief Aaron Jelcick on recent shooting Last Saturday, members of the Proud Boys and people allied with Antifa convened in Downtown Olympia intent on engaging in conflict … more
Olympia police observed a woman allegedly tagging a pillar of Olympia’s 4th Ave Bridge on Tuesday, September 7. Hannah Isabella Nunez, 22, of Olympia, originally provided the name of Mae Lee … more
Olympia police were called to a location near Lions Park to investigate an unrelated issue and discovered a man prowling a nearby vehicle just past midnight on Sat., Sept. 4. Logan Turner, 24, … more
Avanti High School held its graduation on Fri., June 12, 2021 from 1 to 4 p.m. "Avanti's commencement ceremony each year is a special one because each teacher says something about several … more
Olympia police were able to stop one of two cars racing through Cooper Point Rd NW, arresting one driver who was nearly three times over the legal limit of intoxication, last Thu., Sep. … more
With the continuing need for more housing, the Olympia Site Plan Review Committee reviewed a proposal to subdivide a 16.85-acre property into 53 lots. On Wed., Sep. 1, the committee heard a … more
To promote social justice and equity, the city of Olympia is preparing to launch a new commission that will hear and resolve complaints of racism, as well as help the city to draft equitable … more
 The Washington State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) closed its comment period for the Capitol Lake - Deschutes Estuary Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), which provides … more
An Olympia woman was allegedly pushed out of her wheelchair and robbed of cash and prescription medications at knife-point by an associate of her deceased son last Sunday. Mark Dorge, 31, … more
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