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In a historic milestone for the Lacey-based university’s athletic history, the Saint Martin’s University men’s basketball team has been voted #1 in the latest D2CSC poll and CBB … more
Lacey Police Department officers were called to Timberline High School yesterday, January 25, at 11:30 a.m. following a school staff alert of a possible firearm brought into the campus. A photo … more
Let us brace ourselves for January’s last hurray! 1970s Boogie Down Dance, Friday, January 26, 2 – 5 p.m. There will be a time portal to the 70s with exceptionally decorated large … more
Residents in the South Puget Sound region, home to the expansive 90,000-acre Army and Air Force joint military installation of JBLM, may experience noise from aircraft and artillery trainings. … more
The Lacey Police Department arrested a man for criminal impersonation and a felony warrant past noon on Wednesday, January 3, in the woods on the city’s property. When approached by the … more
Lacey City Council approved Ordinance 1655, adopting key infrastructure plans for the city into its Comprehensive Plan on Tuesday, January 16. The Lacey Government Facilities Master Plan … more
Check out some of the fun events planned for this weekend and next week. Presentation on Tanzanian Schools, Saturday, January 20, 2 – 3:30 p.m. The Chipole Connection … more
Lacey Loves to Read Program is celebrating its 21st year in February, continuing its mission to engage the community in reading award-winning children's and young adult books. At the city … more
Olympia launched its cable-access television channel, Oly TV3, following the city's conclusion of its partnership with Thurston Community Media (TC Media). At Tuesday's city council meeting, … more
In 2023, 96.4%, or over 90%, of Lacey's streets were in “good” or “very good” condition, City Civil Engineer Aubrey Collier reported at the council work session on Tuesday. … more
North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS) Director of Early Learning Dr. Dianne Heckman reported expanding the district’s early learning program after results showed improved performance in pupils. … more
There are still a lot of local events in January waiting to be unveiled. more
Dr. Debra J. Clemens, North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS) Superintendent, announced her retirement at the district’s board meeting yesterday. “I want to announce my decision to … more
The Lacey Police Department is asking the public’s help in identifying and locating two individuals involved in a robbery on an Intercity Transit bus near 600 Sleater Kinney Rd SE. The … more
A proclamation, signed by Mayor Andy Ryder on Tuesday, January 2, encouraged the community members to reflect on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision to continue advancing justice and equality. … more
Thurston County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) deputies found themselves in pursuit of a vehicle that failed to yield during a routine traffic stop at the intersection of Homann Drive and Lacey … more
The new year’s fun is on. Make sure to tag your family and friends for the following local events. more
Lacey swore in three councilmembers and reelected the city’s top brass at the city council meeting on Tuesday, January 2. The three councilmembers - Malcolm Miller, Nicolas Dunning, and … more
A man recently detained at the Thurston County Corrections Facility has been booked with additional charges after the Lacey Police Department was asked to investigate a series of crimes across Lacey … more
William A. Bush, former City of Lacey (City) Mayor and City Councilmember, passed away Thursday, December 21. Bush provided nearly 24 years of service and … more
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