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The Tumwater Planning Commission held a work session yesterday to review the city’s Floodplain Overlay Amendments following federal standards and ensure appropriate insurance coverage to … more
Let us brace ourselves for January’s last hurray! 1970s Boogie Down Dance, Friday, January 26, 2 – 5 p.m. There will be a time portal to the 70s with exceptionally decorated large … more
A suspect alleged to have stolen a vehicle was found fighting with a State Tooper , and a tazer was used on the suspect by a Thurston County Sheriff’s deputy (TSCO).   TCSO received a … more
The Tumwater City Council reviewed a contract with the WA Department of Commerce (Commerce) for a $500,000 grant to help the city develop a climate element for its comprehensive plan update on … more
  The Port of Olympia Commission amended an interlocal agreement with the city of Tumwater to extend their partnership and continue developing a habitat conservation plan (HCP). The … more
Tumwater City Council approved a new bargaining agreement between the city and the Tumwater Police Guild as part of its consent agenda on Tuesday, January 16. The guild represents the full- and … more
Tumwater School District Superintendent Kevin Bogatin attended this week’s Tumwater City Council meeting on Tuesday, January 16, to discuss retaining the education programs and operations … more
Internet service provider Ziply Fiber Pacific is working to make its services available in Tumwater. The Tumwater City Council conducted a public hearing on Tuesday, January 16, for an ordinance … more
Check out some of the fun events planned for this weekend and next week. Presentation on Tanzanian Schools, Saturday, January 20, 2 – 3:30 p.m. The Chipole Connection … more
Tumwater Hearing Examiner Mark Scheibmeir approved the binding site plan of Yorkshire Apartments, a 21.7-acre apartment complex to be built between Tumwater Boulevard and Israel Road. Scheibmeir … more
Tumwater is warning motorists that all lanes along Desoto Street SW between N. 2nd Avenue SW and N. 4th Avenue SW will be closed on Tuesday, January 23, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for tree removal of four … more
Olympia launched its cable-access television channel, Oly TV3, following the city's conclusion of its partnership with Thurston Community Media (TC Media). At Tuesday's city council meeting, … more
Thurston County District Court has discontinued its probation services, District Court Executive Officer Frankie Peters told a Tumwater committee on Tuesday, January 9. Peters attended this … more
Tumwater City Council reviewed four amendments to its development code during a work session on Tuesday, January 9. The proposed changes are part of the city’s annual housekeeping amendments, … more
Tumwater’s sewer monitoring system prevented an overflow in Tumwater’s sewers days before Christmas, data from the city’s water resources department shows. The city employs a … more
There are still a lot of local events in January waiting to be unveiled. more
Olympia-based construction company JA Morris Construction is set to build improvements for the new office of Tumwater’s Water Resources and Sustainability Department. The Tumwater Public … more
Tumwater’s new hearing examiner Mark Scheibmeir led a public hearing this week on the proposed development of the Yorkshire Apartments, an apartment complex to be built between Israel Road and … more
Newly elected Tumwater council member Kelly Von Holtz and re-elected council members Joan Cathey, Leatta Dahlhoff, and Angela Jefferson made a reenactment of their oath of office during a council … more
A fight ensued between two women on December 19 at 5000 Rural Road SW after one accused the other of stealing from her, resulting in a knocked tooth and a stitched lip. The victim, Rochelle … more
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