Lacey City Council mull ways to improve community market
The Lacey City Council Thursday night discussed ways to take the city's community market at Huntamer Park to the next level, including the possibility of a new venue for a market that will turn 10 this year.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
George Pocock Rowing Foundation to take over boathouse this summer
There will be new faces and new possibilities on Lake Washington this summer as the George Pocock Rowing Foundation will take over the Cedar River Boathouse this summer.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Nisquallys, City of Lacey memorialize working relationship with accord
Lacey City Council and Nisqually Council members gathered Tuesday afternoon at the tribe's council chambers to memorialize a relationship that's bound to grow as they develop Hawks Prairie.
Daugherty as treasured an artifact as what he dug
Richard Daugherty, the dean of Pacific Northwest archaeology and resident of Panorama in Lacey, died Feb. 22 in Pullman at the age of 91. The longtime Washington State University professor was a pioneer in his field, working in concert with Washington coast Native Americans on the region's most significant archaeological digs of the 20th century ... (more)
West-side Olympia banks shuffle locations
South Sound Bank and Washington State Employees Credit Union are on the move, the latest financial institutions to seek new locations in the Olympia area.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
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Instead of Tacoma Goodwill, call it 'Goodwill of the Olympics and Rainier Region'
Known by the face of its hometown for 92 years, the agency announced Monday that it would henceforth be known as "Goodwill of the Olympics and Rainier Region."
Dine out for seniors on Fat Tuesday
Help support Meals on Wheels in Thurston and Mason Counties by participating in the Dine Out for Seniors on Fat Tuesday fundraiser.
Olympia Film Society brings red carpet home
The Olympia Film Society rolled out the red carpet Sunday for its annual Oscar Party, enticing guests to the Capitol Theater with red carpet interviews, food, trivia, prizes and the chance to hold and pose for a photograph with an actual Oscar statuette.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Jerre Redecker: Most stories in the paper arena t sweet or sour
A couple of weeks ago, we opened our doors to the public, making the entire Olympian staff available for conversation, feedback, story ideas and a look into how we cover the community.
Rainier Park Liquor and Beverage manager Kevin Dziedzic chats...
Rainier Park Liquor and Beverage manager Kevin Dziedzic chats with,Tamir Dvorin, who represents Vinum Importing, a Seatlle-based, independent wine and spirits distributor who stopped by the Lacey store Oct. 16, 2012.
Was your stuff stolen? Police may have it
The Olympia Police Department will host an "evidence open house" for the public to view items seized from an alleged burglary ring.
All dogs go to heaven, but still might need Yelma s animal angel on Earth
When a pet or its owner is at the end of their rope, Wanda Bittner wants to be their angel.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
12 Things To Do in South Sound This Weekend, Feb. 28-March 2
Her success is no mystery: Author J.A. JANCE has written 46 published mysteries and has 22 million books in print.
Credit Union wants to build new branch in Tumwater
Evergreen Direct Credit Union wants to build a new branch in Tumwater, according to information released by the city of Tumwater.
Lacey council to review cell tower request
The Lacey City Council will consider Thursday whether to approve a conditional use permit for a new cell tower, a structure now common to urban landscapes due to the growth of wireless services.
New life for old office building
A tour of a former state office building in downtown Olympia this week shows that renovations are well underway for the property that is set to become the home for Thurston First Bank and Three Magnets Brewing Co.
Autopsy shows dead Lacey toddler had been assaulted
A 2-year-old girl who was found dead in her home near Lacey Tuesday morning had been assaulted and her death has been ruled a homicide, investigators said Wednesday.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Alexa Marie Brown. Endangered 15-year-old runaway from Lacey.
Lacey police are seeking an endangered 15-year-old runaway who is believed to be in the Tacoma/Pierce County area.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Maryland-based school music company acquires music stores in Lacey, Olympia
Music & Arts, a Maryland-based school music company has expanded into Washington state by acquiring seven stores operated by Music Centers, including a store in Lacey and Olympia.