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The Joint Animal Services Commission (JASCOM) has been actively enhancing its services and community outreach efforts, executive director Sarah Hock reports. more
Attend some of these events and show your support to local artisans and business owners. more
Tumwater Mayor Debbie Sullivan has decided that the city will remove the historic Davis-Meeker Garry Oak tree on Old Highway 99. City staff informed the city council about the mayor’s plans … more
Thurston County has introduced "Ready, Set, Go!," evacuation campaign as part of Wildfire Awareness Month. This campaign aims to deliver the evacuation message clearly to the residents to ensure … more
"Catch Amélie at the Kenneth J. Minnaert Center for the Arts Main Stage from May 17 to May 26." The South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) Theatre Collective presents the beloved … more
Theater Artists Olympia (TAO) is running an original new play, ‘The King in Yellow’, written by Xander Layden and directed by pug Bujeaud. The play is an adaptation of Robert W. … more
Thurston County's Eld Inlet and Henderson Inlet are among fifteen shellfish harvest areas in the state facing potential harvest restrictions due to heightened levels of fecal bacteria in the water. … more
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) representatives discussed the company's Wildfire Program and a new initiative, Public Safety Power Shutoff (PSPS), with the Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) at a meeting … more
Olympia's Metropolitan Park District Advisory Committee ’s (MPDAC) May 1 meeting provided the opportunity to clarify the city’s different parks committees and their functions. Paul … more
Calling all artists! The Thurston County Board of County Commissioners invites residents and employees to showcase their creativity by participating in the Thurston County Art Contest. With … more
The Olympia Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee (PRAC) heard presentations from the city’s Parks, Arts & Recreation Department (PARD) staff about performance measures and the … more
Mother’s Day is coming up, and one of the best gifts I receive from my family is them coming together to make a lovely brunch in my honor. Here is a sample Menu for Mother’s Day breakfast … more
When we have steak, there are sometimes leftovers that do not have quite enough remaining for another meal. These are a great main ingredient for several entrees, including steak fajita salad. … more
Friday, April 26, is the final day for online bidders to participate in the Puget Sound Estuarium's Annual Benefit Auction, which started on April 19. The week-long event will culminate in an … more
Sitting at my computer on a rainy day (good for gardens, but not for bird watching), I’m thinking about migrating warbler species that are arriving daily in our territory. These insect-eating … more
The Olympia Design Review Board approved a Detail Design Review recommendation for the proposed Dickerson South Bay BBQ restaurant during its Thursday, April 11 meeting. more
The restoration and repair of the partially burnt Brewmaster’s House is nearing completion, pending further ceiling and wallpaper work, Parks and Facilities Manager Stan Osborn told the … more
On Tuesday, April 16, the Board of County Commissioners approved an ordinance amending the county code to restructure the Fair Board, a citizen-led group that helps coordinate the county fairgrounds … more
The Thurston Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) officially proclaimed April 22 as Earth Day, urging residents to participate in various events to foster environmental awareness and sustainability. … more
Introduction – In 2023 Liam Hutcheson located and documented 378 bird species in Washington, a new state record. I have asked Liam to tell write accounts of some of Washington birding places … more
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