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Dear Thurston County Superintendents and Heads of Schools, I am writing to inform you that Thurston County has crossed an important threshold in COVID-19 transmission rates. As of today, … more
Caseloads are mounting in Thurston County Superior Court, as the most recent postponement of criminal jury trials is set to end on March 1. The suspension came Jan. 14, after a letter from … more
Hello Thurston County! The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be dynamic in our county. Our community transmission rates have plateaued and today our COVID-19 case rate in Thurston County is 251.2 … more
Thurston County will enter Phase 2 of Washington’s Roadmap to Recovery plan starting Monday, after the state made adjustments to safety metrics and requirements. Now, rather than having to … more
January 29, 2021 Dear Thurston County Superintendents and Heads of Schools, Since I released my recommendation to open schools to in-person instruction in a cautious phased in approach to … more
Thurston County has received 13,925 doses of COVID-19 vaccines as of today. County health officials have asked for patience as they expect it to take weeks to work through the approximately 70,000 … more
Hello Thurston County! This week I want to focus on the COVID-19 vaccines. There are two vaccines approved for use made by Pfizer and Moderna. They are both mRNA vaccines. mRNA is harmless and … more
Olympia School District’s board met via Zoom yesterday for a work session. This work session was specifically devoted to the hybrid expansion plan and pandemic education response updates. … more
January 21, 2021 Dear Thurston Superintendents and Heads of Schools, In my letter on January 15, 2021, I affirmed Thurston County is in alignment with the Washington State Department of … more
COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic for Limited appointments are available on a first-come, first-served basis, by appointment only OLYMPIA – In response to Governor Inslee’s announcement on … more
This afternoon, the Thurston County Board of Commissioners joined many other jurisdictions across the country in taking some time to memorialize those people. “I applaud our health … more
Thurston County Health Officer Dr. Dimyana Abdelmalek sent a letter to the Thurston County Educational Community today. Her letter is shown below. Dear Thurston County Educational … more
Intercity Transit announced today that it has added service to Routes 62A and 62B to better serve passengers traveling along the Martin Way corridor. The additional bus service increases trip … more
Dear Thurston County Superintendents and Heads of Schools, I am writing to inform you of new data and guidance regarding the safety of in-person learning opportunities in the school setting. In … more
Fewer new cases of COVID-19 have been reported in Washington during the past few weeks but that improvement is not enough to encourage Gov. Jay Inslee to lift restrictions on social gatherings … more
At least two local healthcare organizations are in the process of vaccinating front-line workers this week. Providence Health and Services has already administered COVID-19 vaccinations to some … more
Christmas and the holiday season typically see an increase in activity at the Thurston County Food Bank, as volunteers help to distribute boxes of traditional holiday food to people in need. As with … more
OLYMPIA – On Wednesday, Governor Inslee announced new school metrics and recommendations for public and private K-12 schools. Currently, Thurston County is at a 237.9 rate per 100,000 of newly … more
Heather Frey filed for unemployment in March, when the pandemic disrupted her business selling used books online.  Nine months later, the Seattle resident was still waiting on her first … more
A new courtroom, one built with COVID-19 safety measures in mind, hosted its first trial this week, thanks to a whirlwind of work from contractors and in the midst of a growing backlog of … more
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