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LOTT may have to take out a loan to finance the restoration of a waste-handling facility. Capital Planning Manager Tyle Zuchowski updated the LOTT Clean Water Alliance about the rehabilitation … more
A former soldier was sentenced to 30 years in prison for raping two young children in military bases overseas and in the U.S., including Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Lewis Patrick Thompson, 40, … more
A neighbor’s eight-year-old granddaughter came to my garden in search of rolie-polies – also called pill bugs, armadillo bugs and a dozen other names . You’ve almost certainly seen … more
Caitlin Salvestrin devotes her life to working with horses and helping veterans and active-duty service members who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It’s a passion, a … more
The Thurston County Board of Health (BOH) retroactively proclaimed June 7 as Food Safety Day during its meeting on Tuesday, June 13. “Food safety has a direct impact on health, saves … more
The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office is seeking three individuals suspected of attempting to defraud multiple businesses across four cities. The individuals allegedly present false … more
We’re halfway through June! Take a peek at the events below and make sure to support local tourism. MCE: The Golden Age of Broadway, Saturday, June 17, 7:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. Broadway … more
On Tuesday the Thurston Board of County Commissioners' (BOCC) public meeting was unusually jam-packed as county staff flocked to call for a just and livable salary. More than 20 county staff … more
Timberland Regional Library (TRL) Executive Director Cheryl Heywood said TRL has not received any request to remove certain books in the library’s collection this year amid the controversial … more
The Port of Olympia Commission tabled a sole source contract with MIG Architecture, the target firm which would design the aquarium exhibits at the planned Marine Waterfront Center. The … more
Are you thinking about retirement? Or perhaps, recently retired but already suffering from boredom? Meet James Reddick – current president and incoming District 19N Zone Chair of the … more
Theater Artists Olympia (TAO) will hold auditions for aspiring and experienced actors on Wednesday and Thursday, June 15-16, starting at 7 p.m. at its OlyTheater space in Capital Mall. Six to … more
Last column, we learned about Gary Franklin, M.D., our local hero and medical director of the WA Department of Labor and Industries (DLI), who alerted the nation of the prescription opiate crisis due … more
Thurston County commissioners have approved funding requests from the Sheriff’s Office to procure fentanyl detection devices and to upgrade its patrol fleet. The Sheriff’s Office … more
The Board of County Commissioners awarded a $1 million contract to AMTest, Inc. on Tuesday, June 6, to conduct laboratory testing and analysis for a closed landfill and three water and wastewater … more
Few people are able to live their dream of making a living from the fine arts. Gary Witley is one of those lucky guys. Gary Witley has completed careers in music and music technology at both Tenino … more
The long-awaited relocation of people from homeless encampments along I-5, particularly Sleater-Kinney Road, to Maple Court has been postponed again, Planning and Development Services Manager Grant … more
Timberland Regional Library is excited to announce the launch of their mobile library service “Anywhere Library” starting in June 2023. Anywhere Library is a mobile library that brings … more
June is starting to be a fun month for the locals. Check the events happening next week to spice up your weekend (or weekday).  Tenino Arts Creative Market, Saturday, June 10, 10 a.m. - 3 … more
The Thurston Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) approved housing contracts with nine non-profit organizations to fund 12 projects for homeless services and affordable housing. Homeless and … more
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