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As more and more residents are being vaccinated, the Lacey City Council weighed the possibility of moving to in-person meetings sometime in August during its work session last Thu., July 22. The … more
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) shared its goal to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2045 during the Lacey City Council work session on July 22. PSE is the natural gas and electricity utility provider … more
An unlicensed driver attempted to practice his driving skills while intoxicated, using his uncle’s vehicle, hitting a parked car in the process, on Saturday, July 10 after 11 p.m. according to … more
The following message is being sent on behalf of the following law enforcement executives from Thurston County: Interim Chief Aaron Jelcick, Olympia Police Department Chief Robert Almada, Lacey … more
The Washington State Department of Enterprise Services (DES) proposed to remove the 5th Avenue Dam on the Capitol Lake Deschutes Estuary at the Port of Olympia commissioners’ work session … more
The Lacey City Council moved yesterday to establish the Mobile Outreach Team (MOT), a pilot program which provides alternative crisis response. In a presentation to the city council … more
For nearly three decades of service, veteran truck driver Phil Aasen received a City of Lacey Certificate of Achievement. During the regular city council meeting yesterday, Lacey Mayor Andy Ryder … more
The Lacey City Council agreed to move forward with its plan to cover much of the cost of a septic-to-sewer conversion program for Tolmie Park Estates following possible concerns of water … more
Olympia officials announced on Wednesday that it will conduct a clean-up on the vehicle encampment along Ensign Road next Monday, July 12. The clean-up is a part of the city’s program which … more
The eighth police chief in the history of Lacey commented on the 2021 Washington State Legislature’s law enforcement reform at the July Lacey South Sound Chamber of Commerce Forum … more
The Lacey City Council approved the annexation of the final 288 acres that was not inside city limits in South Lacey during the regular city council meeting on Thursday, July 1. Under Ordinance … more
The Lacey City Council approved a plan to abandon its Lift Station 20 to accommodate the construction of a wastewater line. During the general council meeting on Thursday, July 1, the council … more
 The Olympia City Council approved funding for the Familiar Faces program as a part of its city operations last Thursday, June 29, following a three-year trial period. The program provides a … more
The Washington State Office of the Attorney General conducted a training session for the Lacey Commission on Equity on the rules and guidelines for the Public Records Act on Monday, June 28. Lacey … more
An allegedly intoxicated man was taken into custody after colliding his vehicle into a parked car in a Lacey homeowner’s driveway on Sat., June 19 a little after 10 p.m. Antawn Cooper, 37, … more
Karly Adriann Keylock, 41, whom police listed as transient in Lacey, was detained for attempting to steal shoes and jewelry from Kohls  on Fri., June 18 at approximately 7:30 p.m.  Her … more
A man hotwired his own car which then careened into a Puget Sound Energy transformer on Sat., June 19., according to two witnesses and Lacey Police. Donovan McKinlay, 30, of Yelm, was spotted … more
The Thurston Regional Planning Council (TRPC) identified safety as priorities for its Martin Way Corridor Study during a public hearing on Wed., June 23. In the discussion, TRPC Associate … more
Unable to prove that he had fired his gun twice at an intruder, a Lacey man was arrested after one of the bullets went through a neighbor’s trailer on Fri., June 18 at 6:30 p.m. Jeffrey Chad … more
Lacey City Manager Scott Spence announced today that Robert “Bob” Almada accepted the City’s offer to serve as Lacey’s next Police Chief. The announcement follows a nationwide … more
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