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 Olympia residents near 20th Avenue NW and Cooper Point Road were surprised this morning when they discovered that 20th Avenue was being shut down with no notice for a logging operation … more
Parents and students want the schools to prioritize teaching, academic support, and social-emotional support, according to the online survey conducted by the Olympia School District from May 16 … more
A Lacey police officer caught on video a man allegedly stealing wires from a house under construction on Stephanie Loop. The suspect, Andrew H. Bouret, 41, was arrested on Wednesday, June 22 after … more
Rahma Gaye of Capitol High School and Olympia High School’s Christine Zhang took the oath as student representatives to the Olympia School District Board for the 2022-2023 school year. Darcy … more
Newly-appointed Olympia Police Chief Rich Allen is inviting the public to join him in an online meeting, where he will address some questions on various issues on Tuesday, June 28, at 6 p.m. Allen … more
Darcy Huffman is the new Olympia School District Board of Directors vice president after a unanimous vote from the board members  during the board meeting last night. Huffman will hold the … more
The Olympia Police Department is seeking information about a man who allegedly attempted to abduct a woman walking home from work. Olympia police said officers were dispatched to an abduction … more
The Oly Town Artesians find themselves in their first ever Premier League Championship as the women won in the Northwest Premier League 3-0 last weekend against the Vancouver Victory. “The … more
Olympia High School's graduates marched last Tuesday, June 21 at Saint Martin's University to collect their diplomas in front of family and friends. Olympia School District Superintendent  … more
Four residents expressed opposition to giving tax exemptions to multifamily housing developers. Public commenters asked the councilmembers to remove from the calendar consent two items: approval … more
State Rep. Andrew Barkis (WA-District 2, R) is offering a $5,000 reward for the identification of the two men who attempted to set his multi-use building on fire last week. The Olympia Police … more
Kids can kick off their summer by taking part in the fun at Camp Capital every Saturday in June and July at Capital Mall in Olympia. Sponsored by Timberland Regional Library (TRL) in partnership … more
The Site Plan Review Committee yesterday reviewed a proposed project that would build 70 multifamily units on a 14,375 square-foot parcel lot at 303 Franklin St. NE at the NE corner with Olympia … more
Capital High School’s 2022 graduates marched on Friday, June 17 in front of friends,family and guests. Speakers included Olympia School Superintendent Patrick Murphy, School Board Vice … more
The Olympia City council approved an ordinance that echos a new state law prohibiting open carry of firearms and other weapons in city hall, council chambers or any locations used in connection with … more
The Washington State Department of Commerce has allocated $6.2 million to build and manage tiny houses on Franz-Anderson Road, Olympia Housing Programs manager Darian Lightfoot reported to the city … more
Olympia and Tumwater are working through details of the planned merger of their fire departments. During Tumwater’s city council meeting yesterday the members were briefed about governance … more
Thurston County’s Fast and Furious Track and Field team brought home some 39 medals and 14 ribbons from the Special Olympics State Games held at Pacific Lutheran University this past … more
The Olympia School District (OSD) will introduce two new student representatives for the School Year 2022-2023 in the regular board meeting on Thursday, June 23. OSD has not named the students … more
Olympia Climate Program manager Dr. Pamela Braff recommended amending Washington State's Commercial Energy Code to include large multifamily buildings to meet solar readiness requirements in the … more
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