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OLYMPIA – The Thurston County Board of Commissioners have been working with Thurston Strong (thurstonstrong.org), a local economic recovery task force, administered by the Thurston County … more
  OLYMPIA –The Thurston County Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, October 21 at 7:00 p.m. to receive public testimony on the annual update of the county … more
The Olympia City Council is prepared to approve an ordinance that would provide protections to renters facing eviction due to COVID-19-related complications.   The ordinance, an addition … more
A new 67-unit senior housing development is planned for Olympia in the area bordered by Henderson Blvd., Yelm Highway and Palomino Drive.   The South Sound Village Cooperative will be a … more
During a budget workshop meeting on Monday, Port of Olympia officials discussed several capital investment projects that were put on hold because of the pandemic, and the possibility of them … more
The Tumwater City Council meets tomorrow, Oct. 6, at 7 pm. On the agenda is a recommendation that the Mayor sign a contract amendment with the state Department of Commerce increasing the amount of … more
  It’s been around for nearly five decades, but Tri-City Meats in Olympia has recently added an all-new side to its business by opening a retail counter to sell individual … more
Next Monday the Olympia Planning Commission will meet to discuss possible changes to the housing code regarding accessory dwelling units, duplexes, triplexes and courtyard apartments. Here are … more
A new 84-unit apartment complex, the GOAT Apartments, may be built on vacant property at 3311 6th Avenue SW in Olympia. The Inland Group, headquartered in Spokane, is proposing to develop the … more
At its meeting on Monday, Sept. 28, the Olympia Port Commission will consider an amendment to Panattoni’s 10-year lease option for 199 acres of land in Tumwater, which it approved in mid-July. … more
Olympia ─ Thurston Community Television (TCMedia) won two 2020 Hometown Media Awards from the Alliance for Community Media (ACM) Foundation on July 9 of this year. TCMedia helps produce television … more
Thurston County — Starting this fall, Thurston County will have a new program that trains anyone — from frontline hotel staff, museum workers, and restaurant servers — to answer … more
Olympia’s Land Use and Environment committee meets today and will consider adding new protection for renters to the Olympia Municipal Code.  The proposed renter protection ordinance … more
As one would expect from someone who makes sure computer networks are set up to work properly, John Hansman planned his business carefully. more
THURSTON COUNTY –– Local business leaders gathered remotely Thursday afternoon to talk about how employers reopen their businesses and how the coronavirus crisis affected communication for many local employees. more
THURSTON COUNTY –– Employers in the Thurston County area who are eager to find new employees can register for a virtual space for an online job fair coming this Friday, Aug. 14, from 1:30-3:30 p.m. more
OLYMPIA –– Business leaders gathered in this week’s “Declassified” meeting to discuss challenges to working families accessing local childcare and impacts to lack of access on the workforce in Thurston County. more
OLYMPIA –– It started with sensitive skin and pretty soap. The then-10-year-old Olympia resident, Naomi Barer, would walk into a store that sold beautiful soaps that the sensitive-skinned Barer couldn’t use. more
THURSTON COUNTY –– Yesterday’s “Declassified” web conference offered perspectives on re-opening from the co-owner of Chelsea Farms Oyster Bar, a restaurant in downtown Olympia, the general manager of Great Wolf Lodge in Rochester and the CEO of Experience Olympia & Beyond, the official destination marketing organization of Thurston County. more
THURSTON COUNTY –– County Public Health Director Schelli Slaughter and business figures from the community gathered in a virtual meeting Thursday to discuss the resources available to local businesses responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, and resources available to local businesses if the pandemic continues to worsen in the greater Olympia metro area. more
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