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Thurston County officially announced the November 7 General Election results earlier today, with only one position withheld for a recount. According to the results document, 77,421 ballots were … more
Olympia is soliciting proposals from qualified respondents to do scoping and environmental reviews for the city's 2045 Comprehensive Plan update. The city's request for proposals asks for the … more
The Port of Olympia Commission voted to adopt its 2024 operating budget, capital investment plan, and tax levy on Monday, November 27.   According to the budget, the Port would spend $7.2 … more
Congratulations, you survived Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, (to my knowledge the Sunday following Thanksgiving does not have a designation except National French Toast Day), … more
An Olympia tenant allegedly sexually assaulted the daughter of his landlord, according to Thurston County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) police report. The suspect was living as a tenant of his … more
Olympia achieved a balanced 2024 operating budget by utilizing $7 million from fund and stabilization reserves and reducing the operating budget of city departments, City Manager Jay Burney announced … more
Olympia’s Community Planning and Development (CP&D) Deputy Director Tim Smith outlined the division’s 2024 agenda with a significant focus on continuing work on updating the … more
The Puget Sound Estuarium invites the community to its annual Turn of the Tides winter festival on Saturday,  December 9 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Olympia Center . This family-friendly … more
Thurston County Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) met yesterday to extend an Interlocal Agreement for the Public Facilities District for Regional Centers with the cities of Olympia, Lacey, and … more
The Community Oversight of Law Enforcement subcommittee of Olympia’s Social Justice and Equity Commission (SJEC) held its third meeting on Monday, November 20, as it prepared to present its … more
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, Joint Animal Services (JAM) based in Olympia, extends its heartfelt appreciation to the dedicated staff, tireless volunteers, and generous community members and … more
With a barrage of goals in the second half, Oly Town FC gave league neophytes Snohomish Sky an indoor soccer league initiation after spanking them 10-4 as the Artesians extended their unbeaten streak … more
November is closing, and Christmas is fast approaching. Bring your family to local Yuletide celebrations. more
“Nickerson street is one of the last camps of the initial[ly] identified camps to be completely cleared and that should be finished by the end in two weeks' time by the end of November,” … more
On its first reading, the Olympia City Council approved expanding the boundaries of the city's pedestrian interference ordinance further east to allow the Olympia Police Department (OPD) to respond … more
Car enthusiasts and curious onlookers alike are invited to make their way to Sylvester Park this Saturday, November 25, to witness a display of classic cars that spans generations. Running … more
The Olympia Parks, Arts & Recreation Department is integrating equity and climate action in proposed updates to its chapter in the city's 2045 Comprehensive Plan. At Monday's Olympia … more
Olympia has tree canopy coverage of 42.6%, reflecting a decline of approximately 2.7% over the past decade, according to the city's 2011-2022 tree canopy assessment. At the Land Use and … more
South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) announced the launch of its Evening and Weekend Nursing Program, addressing the high demand for nursing education in the region. The program will … more
Government Closures for November 23 and 24 Thurston County offices. Residences of unincorporated Thurston County are urged to use the Sheriff’s office non-emergency number for … more
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