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Lacey Veterans Services Hub (LVSH) Manager Keith Looker reported that suicide has been an ongoing problem across the veterans and active-duty community. Speaking during the Lacey Commission on … more
North Thurston High School honored its students who have distinguished themselves through their achievements and scholarships earlier this month, on June 5, at the school’s Koval Performing … more
7th Avenue SE between Golf Club Road SE and Woodland Square Loop SE will be closed from Wednesday, July 19, from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., Monday through Thursday nights. Lacey said in its press release … more
The North Thurston Education Foundation has awarded scholarships with a total value of $191,000 to 49 graduating seniors from North Thurston Public Schools.   “We are delighted … more
The male suspect who was shot by a Thurston County Sheriff’s deputy after allegedly pointing a weapon at authorities has been released from prison. The Grays Harbor County Sheriff’s … more
On Friday, June 16, 2023, Lieutenant Colonel Barbara Jean Nichols (retired), a nurse of three wars, passed away at Panorama in Lacey, Washington, her home of several decades. She celebrated her 100th … more
Civic Leadership & Engagement Corps (CLEC) has awarded Saint Martin’s University a $125,000 career and leadership development grant. CLEC is an AmeriCorps initiative through the … more
The Lacey City Council officially selected Rick Walk as the new City Manager during the Regular City Council meeting on July 6, 2023. The vote was unanimous to appoint Walk as the fifth City Manager … more
Lacey’s Utilities Committee recommended Draham Road annexation for full council approval during its meeting last July 3. The parcel is within the Pleasant Glade Planning Area and the Lacey … more
Libraries are regularly evolving and changing to meet the needs of their patrons. Timberland Regional Library is responding to these needs by increasing library access through the Books by Mail … more
July will be a creative month for the locals. Join any of the events for each celebration! Tenino’s 150th Jubillee, Saturday, July 8 The City of Tenino will celebrate its sesquicentennial … more
I firmly believe in lifelong learning. But I must confess when Danny Stusser asked me to go to a Death Café to get material for my column, I was dumbstruck. What on earth is a … more
Lacey’s Land Use and Environment Committee unanimously voted to recommend the proposed amendments to the city’s land use hearing examiner system to the city council. Lacey Planning … more
Crews from the City of Olympia and the Washington State Department of Transportation, directed by OlyMAP (Olympia Mutual Aid Partners), converged today at one of the homeless encampments off of … more
The Lacey Finance and Economic Development Committee reviewed the rate policies for charging electric vehicles (EV) in the city during its meeting on Tuesday, June 27. Lacey Public Works … more
The Lacey Museum will soon mount an oral history project to gather information to echo the narrative of marginalized communities and underrepresented cultures and groups. Museum Coordinator … more
The summer is getting fun. Enjoy local activities for this week, including the anticipated LoveOly Summerfest! Motoamerica Superbikes, Saturday, June 22-25 The fastest motorcycle racing in the … more
The Lacey Historical Commission welcomed its newest commissioner, former City Mayor Jon Halvorson. During the commission’s meeting on Wednesday, June 21, Halvorson said the main reason why … more
Relocation of people from homeless encampments along I-5, particularly near Sleater-Kinney Road, to the new Maple Court enhanced shelter might begin next week. Lacey Planning and Development … more
I had to be out and about quite a bit last week, so my daughter Nikki and I took the opportunity to revisit some of our favorite places for our lunches. There are many places in our communities … more
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