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Lacey police arrested a suspect yesterday, April 14, for allegedly hitting his wife and threatening her at gunpoint after reading some messages she received on her phone. According to the Lacey … more
The North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS) Board of Directors selected Dr. Justin Ainsworth to become the next superintendent, pending his acceptance. “Dr. Ainsworth’s leadership … more
The Saint Martin’s University Track and Field team had one of their best track meets this outdoor season so far. The men’s team collectively finished fifth out of 13 schools, and the … more
A shooting suspect who fled from the scene was chased by law enforcement, which resulted in a collision on Interstate 5. This information was released on April 7. In a post by Thurston County … more
“Climate change is an existential threat that cannot be ignored, and we are doing our part to move further and faster to save our planet,” said Puget Sound Energy (PSE) President and CEO … more
Lacey has announced the launch of its Human Services Grant Program for 2024, which will allocate up to $300,000. A Lacey press release said the city is seeking the participation of seven … more
On Wednesday night, April 3, a residential neighborhood on Belair Drive SE was disturbed as a family became victims of a drive-by shooting. According to the Lacey Police Department (LPD) news … more
Some residents from the community near Ridgeview Road east of Lacey’s city limits object to the proposed roundabout at the intersection of Martin Way, Meridian Road, and Duterrow Road. more
A woman was arrested after attempting to flee from law enforcement in a car chase with a small child inside the truck. more
Lacey officially proclaimed April Arbor Month, celebrating the city's longstanding commitment to tree preservation. more
Following their acquisition of Lacey Lights FC late in February, the FC Olympia Artesians have confirmed that they will compete for this summer’s Evergreen Premier League (EPLWA) and Cascadia … more
On the night of March 28, Thurston County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) responded to reports of a suspicious vehicle in the Lacey area. Authorities discovered that a man inside the vehicle was … more
The North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS) Board announced three finalists for the superintendent position through a press release. NTPS’s outgoing Superintendent, Dr. Debra J. Clemens, … more
Saint Martin’s University men’s basketball guard Kyle Greeley was chosen as one of the best NCAA Div II players in the West region and represented the Saints in the 2024 National … more
After a competitive nationwide search, the St. Martin’s University Board of Trustees unanimously selected William “Bill” Brownsberger, STD, as their 12th president. As stated in their … more
Lacey Police Chief Robert Almada presented a report to the city council during a work session on March 26, highlighting a decrease in the city's crime rate in 2023 more
The City of Lacey condemned the recent cyber attack by a group of individuals on the city’s Commission on Equity public meetings on Monday, March 25. In a press release issued on Tuesday, … more
The Lacey Historical Commission recently approved acquisitions for the Lacey Museum and Cultural Center. During Wednesday, March 20 meeting, the commission approved all the recommendations from … more
The Lacey Commission on Equity has become the latest victim of ‘zoombombing’ as a group of racist individuals targeted the public comment section of its meeting. During its March 25 … more
The Lacey City Council unanimously passed Resolution 1145, establishing a Human Services Workgroup during its meeting on March 19. The resolution, proposed by Human Services Coordinator Michelle … more
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