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Lacey Joint Animal Services Commission (JASCOM) is lobbying for the new Community Cat Program (CCP) and recommending updates to the Lacey municipal code (LMC). During the council work session on … more
After a heated argument during the council meeting on Thursday, September 15, Lacey officially approved the proposed amendments to the existing Flag Policy, including additional flags to be flown in … more
The Lacey City Council officially set Tuesday, September 20, as National Voter Registration Day. The council said the proclamation signed during its meeting Thursday, September 15, aims to … more
LACEY, Wash. – Saint Martin’s University has been ranked No. 52 among the 2022-2023 Top Performers on Social Mobility for Regional Universities in the West by U.S. News & World … more
Lacey’s Timberland Regional Library branch and the Friends of the Lacey Library teamed up for an exciting digital photography contest for its residents. Titled “My Neighborhood: A … more
A Lacey man was arrested on suspicion of stealing multiple items worth over $100 from a Home Depot and punching two loss prevention officers in the face. Joshua J, Goldade, 35, was arrested on … more
Lacey City Council discussed the city's long-term capital facilities plan, specifically its investments in its public works operations, animal services, and administration facilities during their … more
Lacey kicked off its Volunteer Litter Pickup Program yesterday, September 6, at the regular meeting of the city’s Transportation Committee. Transportation Maintenance Supervisor Scott … more
Red Flag Warning issued September 5 at 2:23PM PDT until September 7 at 12:00AM PDT by NWS Seattle WAThe National Weather Service in Seattle has issued a Red FlagWarning for hot, dry and unstable … more
The North Thurston High School smashed the Washington High School Patriots, 24-16 Friday, September 2 at the South Sound Stadium. This ends the Ram’s three-year drought, led by their new … more
The Lacey City Council approved budget amendments for the last quarter of 2022 at its meeting yesterday. Finance Director Troy Woo said the amendment does not require extra money but a … more
Joint Base Lewis-McChord is having mortar training today until tomorrow, August 31, 11:59 p.m., according to their Facebook post. Residents living around the base as well as passersby are advised … more
Lacey is warning motorists passing through Marvin Road of construction starting today, August 30, to Friday next week, September 9. “There will be no road closures or signed detours, but you … more
Lacey re-ordered two electronic Ford F-150 Lightning trucks for a higher price than what was initially planned, according to Troy Woo, the city’s finance director. The city had ordered two … more
Controversial decisions spur Lacey to look closer at changing its land-use laws By JC Medina Following two recent controversial decisions that allow the Meridian Gas Station and Hicks Lake … more
A man was charged with a felony after allegedly spitting in the face of an officer who arrested him on suspicion of trespassing and disorderly conduct. Eijah Francis Cornell, 40, was charged with … more
The Lacey Commission on Equity is close to finalizing its Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Strategic Plan. Lacey Assistant City Manager Shannon Kelley-Fong said the committee is eyeing the … more
Despite a blistering dissent from a third judge, two federal appeals-court judges have decided to put former Lacey RV resident Jack Potter’s federal lawsuit appeal on hold while they ask the … more
The Lacey City Council has adopted the hearings examiner’s recommendation to approve two proposed residential projects along Hicks Lake, which are planned to include more than 300 housing … more
Joining the state’s efforts to break the stigma on substance overdose, the Lacey City Council proclaimed August 31 as Overdose Awareness Day. Lacey Mayor Andy Ryder urged the public to … more
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