Outdoors
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The Transportation Policy Board (TPB) voted to recommend that the Thurston Regional Planning Council adopt an updated regional trails plan. At the TPB meeting on Wednesday, November 8, TRPC … more
The Tumwater General Government Committee recommended to its city council on Wednesday, November 8, to approve an ordinance amending the city’s municipal code to apply park rules in all city … more
Get ready for some holiday bazaars in the area.   Timberline High School Blazer Bazaar, Saturday, November 11, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Join Timberline High School Blazer on Saturday for … more
The Olympia City Council strongly supported a 0.1% sales tax increase for a new funding source for non-automotive transportation modes like walking and cycling. However, at Monday, November … more
With almost 1,200 responses from its survey, the Thurston Regional Planning Council (TRPC) gathered public input on updating the trail system, revealing community support for new construction that … more
The Halloween spirit just passed, and we are now ready to welcome Christmas with these local events. more
To nature enthusiasts and salmon aficionados, join the Capitol Land Trust (CLT) and Puget Sound Estuarium at the Bayshore Preserve to witness the migration of thousands of chum salmon making their … more
The approaching Halloween days will be complete with these awesome local events. more
Tumwater is celebrating Walk to School Month this October to promote health and safety among its resident children. During its October 17 meeting, Mayor Debbie Sullivan approved the proclamation … more
Get ready for a vibrant celebration of the arts as Olympia’s semi-annual Arts Walk is today and Saturday. Expect road closures and detours. Since 1990, this beloved community event has … more
The Thurston Regional Planning Council (TRPC) has updated the Thurston Regional Trails Plan, and it is asking for the community's feedback by participating in a survey to help them shape the future … more
Expecting a large crowd, I parked several blocks away from the New Traditions Café and set out dashing through the rain. It seems remarkable now – after several additional days of steady … more
If you have driven down Plum Street and thought you saw something new – well you have. The newest mural to grace downtown Olympia is on the wall of the Plum Street YMCA and … more
Olympia's Engineering Department Project Manager Jim Rioux unveiled plans for two road improvement projects affecting access to the Karen Fraser Woodland Trail. At the Wednesday, September 20 … more
The end of September is near, but the fun events just got started.  more
A street and parking lot closure will be temporarily implemented in celebration of the upcoming Lula Fest on September 23, Saturday. Additionally, another street … more
Driving by the intersection at Black Lake Boulevard and Highway 101 on any day between 9 and 10 a.m. in any season, rain or shine, hot or cold, you’ll very likely see a distinguished-looking, … more
The Sea Level Rise Collaborative Team is eyeing a National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) grant, potentially providing the region with $15 million to $75 million to bolster … more
An outbreak of avian influenza has broken out of Fort Flagler State Park, the Washington State Department of Health (DOH) and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) announced. … more
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