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Unaffordable housing threatens the Olympia economy, Strategic Projects manager Amy Buckler told Olympia planning commissioners. "Although the housing market is cooling due to inflation and higher … more
A Puyallup man was charged with a felony after allegedly stealing a $1,700 laptop from an Olympia store. Kalid Michael Juma, 45, was charged with second-degree theft by the Thurston County … more
Olympia police officers will start wearing body-worn cameras in August and launch in-car video systems in mid-2023, Olympia Police Chief Rich Allen said at the virtual Town Hall last night. During … more
Thurston County’s hazard mitigation plan was brought to the Tumwater City Council work session yesterday. Planning Manager Brad Medrud laid out the details, explaining “this is our … more
The Lacey City Council is set to decide on August 4 whether to approve or not the application of Prime Development Group to rezone five acres of primarily forested land from Low-Density Residential … more
To further champion diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), the Lacey Commission on Equity contracted with The Athena Group to draft its DEI Strategic Plan. The Athena Group’s  Ronald … more
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Thurston County Sheriff's Office On 6/28/22 at 12:58 a.m. in the 17200 block of Crowder Rd SE, Sheriff’s deputies arrested Michelle Denise Denny, 45, on suspicion of assault in the second … more
Thurston County government offices will be closed Monday, July 4, in observance of the Independence Day holiday. All offices will reopen for regular business Tuesday, July 5. The county’s … more
The Port of Olympia commissioners expressed willingness to collaborate with the Regional Housing Council (RHC), directing Port Executive Director Sam Gibboney to reach out to discuss the Housing … more
Olympia-based businesses received almost 60% of the $7 million of Thurston Strong's COVID-related grants for businesses and workforce, according to Olympia Economic Development Director Mike Reid, … more
An Olympia man was charged with a felony and a gross misdemeanor for allegedly assaulting his then-girlfriend after a crisis group reported him to the police. The assault was reported to … more
Ready for some fireworks? For more than 50 years, the City of Lacey has celebrated Independence Day a day early. Sunday, July 3rd from 3:00 – 11:00 pm at Rainier Vista Community Park, enjoy … more
Thurston County Sheriff's Office Lacey Police Department  On 6/27/22 at 12:28 a.m. in the 3800 block of 14th Ave SE, police arrested Darci J Johnson, 51, on suspicion of driving under the … more
This year's graduating class of Olympia Regional Learning Academy (ORLA) received their diplomas in front of friends and family on June 8 at Indian Summer Golf and  Country … more
Kenneth Wilhelm, 80, of Olympia, died on June 24 at Ghom Adult Family Home. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Funeral Alternatives of Washington 360-753-1065. more
Edward Carl Rackleff, 91, of Lacey, died on June 26 at Providence St. Peter's Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Funeral Alternatives of Washington 360-753-1065. more
Donald Wayne Preston, Sr., 93, of Olympia, died on June 23 at Providence St. Peter's Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Funeral Alternatives of Washington 360-753-1065. more
David Michael Lefevre, 65, of Olympia, died on June 24 at Providence St. Peter's Hospital. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Funeral Alternatives of Washington 360-753-1065. more
Olympia residents near 20th Avenue NW and Cooper Point Road were surprised this morning when they discovered that 20th Avenue was being shut down with no notice for a logging operation … more
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