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Civil rights advocates and Lacey Equity Commissioner Thelma Jackson said she was disappointed that no one from the Lacey City Council and the North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS) Board attended the … more
Timberline's Athletic Hall of Fame is located next to the entry of its gymnasium. “It features student athletes and staff over the years that either made a significant contribution to … more
Lacey joined with Olympia, Tumwater and Thurston County when its city council agreed last Thursday, March 16, to to sign up for its share of a settlement from pharmacies and manufacturers involved in … more
I noted that Governor Inslee traveled north to Seattle on Tuesday, March 21 to tour the remains of a homeless encampment under the First Avenue Bridge. While in Seattle and surrounded by his … more
In a large bowl mix the yeast of mental health issues with 1/2 teaspoon of the sugar of substance abuse in 2-1/4 cups of the warm water of the lack of accessible housing.  Let stand until the … more
Lacey City Council awarded a contract to City Electric Co. for the installation of new vehicle detectors at 10 intersections in the city during a meeting on Thursday, March 16. The detectors being … more
 Usage of the car-sharing service Vanpool has increased in multiple ways in Thurston County, Vanpool Manager Cindy Waterhouse reported to the Intercity Transit Authority (IT) reported on … more
UPDATED: March 15, 2023, first published March 10, 2023. A survey conducted by the Lacey Youth Council shows that around 60% of surveyed students at North Thurston High School feel unsafe with the … more
Lacey is inviting community members to its forum discussing the Black and African American community this Tuesday, March 21 at the New Life Baptist Church, 7838 Pacific Avenue, from 6:30 to 8 … more
Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) will close the northbound lane of the I-5 on-ramp at Martin Way, near College Street, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. to hold tree-felling operations … more
Lacey revises sponsorship policy for park programs and facilities “A more comprehensive and standardized evaluation process” for reviewing such sponsorships By Jerome … more
Two port-a-potties stood as sentinels when I visited The Jungle, in Olympia, last Friday, March 3, 2023. Nearby, a gaggle of shopping carts filled with refuse congregates by a dumpster; the … more
Lacey Chief of Police Robert Almada said the city saw a 14.5% increase in reported crimes against people and a 4.5% increase in crimes against property in 2022, adding that there is an increase in … more
The Thurston County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) voted 2-1 to approve an ordinance updating the boundaries of 13 election precincts due to the annexations Tumwater and Lacey did of … more
Civil rights advocate and Lacey Equity Commissioner Thelma Jackson raised concerns that there seemed to be a discrepancy between the equity efforts laid out by North Thurston Public Schools … more
Staffing challenges continue to affect Lacey Museum operations despite it being open all year in 2022 following the easing of COVID-19 restrictions. Lacey Museum Curator Erin Quinn Valcho laid out … more
Following the contamination from previous drug manufacturing, the plan to convert the Days Inn motel into a shelter for the homeless might be postponed until May this year, said Planning Commissioner … more
The City of Lacey is studying the possibility of implementing a stipend program for its advisory boards and commissions. The recommendation stemmed from the 2023 work plan of the Commission of … more
Police are seeking a woman suspected of stealing packages from other people’s homes. Lacey police said on a post that a woman stole an Amazon package from a house on Sierra Drive SE on … more
In response to a reel in Tiktok and other social media platforms that show how to jump-start cars for theft, Lacey Police Department has encouraged vehicle owners to avail of software upgrades … more
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