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Hello Thurston County! We, like many other counties in Western Washington, are experiencing a fall surge in COVID-19 cases. As a county, we are currently … more
Hello Thurston County! This week we have continued to see our cases spike. While some of our cases are due to outbreaks in long-term care facilities, many people are contracting COVID-19 from … more
OLYMPIA – With the increase of COVID-19 in the last few weeks, the Thurston County Auditor’s Office advises voters to take steps to vote safely and prevent the spread of the … more
Hello Thurston County! Thank you for the very thoughtful questions you have been submitting, keep them coming! Yesterday in response to rising transmission rates in our community, I made the … more
Catching a movie on the big screen locally has been made all the more difficult after Regal Cinema, the theater chain that includes Lacey’s Regal Martin Village, announced they’re … more
The city of Lacey and the North Thurston school board will hold a joint meeting on Thursday, Oct. 15 at 7 pm.   The agenda includes a discussion of upcoming capital projects, road and … more
OLYMPIA – The Thurston County Board of Commissioners have been working with Thurston Strong (, a local economic recovery task force, administered by the Thurston County … more
COVID-19 in Washington state has left an already at-risk group considerably vulnerable. While Senior Services for South Sound has felt the impact of COVID-19 from a business perspective, its staff is … 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
 Hello Thurston County! This has been a challenging week for our county as we respond to the COVID-19 pandemic as we have seen our cases increase significantly. The question on everyone’s … more
While people involved in building a new off-site courtroom for Thurston County Superior and District courts are pushing for a Nov. 1 completion date, some supply chain issues are making that goal … 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
OLYMPIA -- Thurston County Public Health and Social Services (PHSS) has released the full Thurston County 2020 Point in Time (PIT) Homeless Census Report. This report details the results of the … more
Hello Thurston County! I have selected several questions to answer this week from the ones I have received. Thank you for all the very well thought out and important questions. I look forward to … more
It’s hard to judge whether someone is telling the truth or not when they’re wearing a mask, said Thurston County Superior Court Judge Erik Price.  But masks have become a vital … more
As active criminal cases in the Thurston County Superior Court nearly double from last year, county officials signed a lease for a site that will serve as an off-site courtroom to help reduce the … more
Hello Thurston County! Earlier today, I released a letter to Thurston County Superintendents and K-12 Educators with my recommendation for K-12 schools in our county to take a slow, careful, … more
Thurston County has more than 20 job openings. There are  positions with the Sheriff's Office, Public Works, Community Planning Economic and Development, Public Health and Social Services, and … more
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