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Olympia High School 12th-grade student Addison Flora was declared the grand champion against 104 players after having a perfect score of five wins at the Southwest Washington Scholastic Chess … more
Transportation Police Board chair Andy Ryder and member Pete Kmet asked the Transportation Demand Management (TDM) program to explore the missing connections within the neighborhoods and identify … more
The Olympia School Board held a work session last Thursday, February 2, to learn about the current progress made with the School Improvement Plans (SIP) at the district’s eastside … more
Western Governors University (WGU) is now opening its admission application to 500 students aged 14-18 for the first cohort of its new academic pathway, with classes starting on March 1. This … more
The Olympia School District (OSD) had a meeting last Thursday, January 26, to discuss what actions can be taken to address the budget deficit, bringing community members to voice their worries, … more
To encourage citizens to acknowledge and celebrate the importance of reading, Lacey proclaims the month of February as “Lacey Loves to Read” month. During the meeting on January 19, … more
The Olympia School Board District (OSD) held its regular board meeting last Thursday, January 12, to discuss a potential decline in enrollment in the district. Jennifer Priddy, assistant … more
The Lacey City Council unanimously voted to add the Homes for Every Local Protector, Educator, and Responder (HELPER) Act to the city’s adopted 2023 Federal Legislative Priorities. The … more
The Olympia School District (OSD) Board held its first 2023 work session on Thursday, January 5 to tackle the district budget and prepare for the upcoming legislative session. Assistant … more
Former Vice President Darcy Huffman was appointed as the new Olympia School District (OSD) board president for 2023. The election was done during OSD’s annual reorganization during its … more
In their sixth year of partnering with North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS) and the Lacey South Sound Chamber, the Lacey Community Relations and Public Affairs Committee plans to continue the "Spirit … more
Donna Green hit her breaking point last summer, six months into her job as the top administrator at the Northwest School of Innovative Learning, or SOIL. more
Sergeant Armando Garcia Jr., a member of the U.S. Army, was chosen by Saint Martin’s University as its 14th recipient of the America’s Service Heroes Scholarship. The award was … more
Two Thurston County men were among 12 individuals arrested in Lewis County over the weekend on suspicion of involvement in child sexual abuse and exploitation. The multi-agency operation, dubbed … more
Timberland Regional Library (TRL) invites the community to celebrate the rich and diverse cultures, traditions, histories, and contributions of Native people throughout November. November is … more
A recent survey by the Olympia School District (OSD) shows that students have a falling opinion of several aspects of school life. Interim Chief Academic Officer and staff of Teaching and Learning … more
The Olympia School Board’s unanimous decision to appoint Talauna Reed to the board has sparked vocal hate cloaked in concern. Ms. Reed is the first African American board member and has … more
Several people registered and attended in-person to comment mostly on Talauna Reed’s appointment during the public comment section of the Olympia School District’s (OSD) meeting on … more
After holding off their approval last month, Tumwater’s Public Health and Safety Committee has agreed to recommend an interlocal agreement with Tumwater School District on School Resource … more
Olympia and Beyond celebrated Thurston's local athletes during the Sports Star Awards yesterday, November 3 at South Puget Sound Community College's Student Union Building. Awardees: College … more
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