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Christian leaders spread message of redemption on Easter
"God did all of this for us so that we can have free life and not have to deal with the guilt of our sins on a daily basis," said Church of Living Water Associate Pastor Joel Mulholland.
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Property management takes off in time of increased renting
Andrew Barkis and Daniela Anderson have owned Hometown Property Management for 10 years.
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Gregoire backs tax to fund cancer research
A proposed initiative to the people filed April 10 would pay for grants for cancer research, prevention and treatment by raising tobacco taxes.
Sat Apr 19, 2014
Death notices for April 19
Jamison, David Lee, 76, Lacey, died Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at Providence St. Peter Hospital, Olympia.
Fri Apr 18, 2014
Easter egg hunts galore on tap for the weekend
Parents and kids fill the under-3 field during Saturday's annual Easter Egg Hunt at Tumwater High School on April 3, 2010.
Fire district levy lid lift gets support at hearing
A public hearing Thursday evening on whether to approve a levy lid lift for Lacey Fire District 3 drew mostly support among the 30 people who attended the meeting.
PHOTO: Joint Base Lewis-McChord Bettie Brigade Team in Lacey, Wash.
It's just another Saturday night and a group of young women from Joint Base Lewis-McChord are getting ready in the dressing room of the Bettie Bunker to compete in the sport they passionately love: Roller Derby.
25-year-old nonprofit group Together keeps its focus on the kids
For 25 years, the Thurston County nonprofit organization Together has worked with schools and community organizations to promote positive youth development and give parents the resources they need to help their children succeed.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Lake Washington schools receive 2013 Washington Achievement Awards
The Lake Washington School District will receive the most Washington Achievement Awards from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction and the State Board of Education for 2013 than any other year in its history.
Northshore schools earn 2013 state achievement awards
Eight Northshore schools earned Washington Achievement Awards for 2013 and will be honored during an awards ceremony April 24, at Timberline High School in Lacey, Wash.
Three Thurston County businesses close doors
In this 2013 file photo, Shirley Ritter, aka, "Fairy Godmother," works a busy Thursday morning filling orders for Mother's Day at her eFairies retail store in Tumwater.
Public hearing set to weigh levy lid lift for Lacey Fire District
Lacey firefighter Jess Moore deploys a line of fire hose June 12th during a fire training session as Chris Sharp, a Bellingham firefighter himself and videographer, produces a training video for the dept.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
WA company recalls more than 82,000 pounds of egg product
More than 82,000 pounds of processed egg product are being recalled due to possible salmonella contamination, according to a USDA FSIS release.
10th CD candidate Joyce McDonald speaking Wednesday in Lacey
Republican Joyce McDonald , who is a 10th district candidate for Congress against first-term U.S. Rep. Denny Heck , is scheduled to speak to the Thurston County Mainstream Republicans on Wednesday in Lacey.
First Visit to Top Rung Brewing in Lacey
As if first responders don't do enough to help us already, these guys also make beer.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Little Boy Falls Off Cliff In Liberty Park
Spokane firefighters were called to Liberty Park on Monday after a little boy fell down a cliff.
Bridging the gap on Chehalis-Western Trail in Lacey
When I stumbled across this scene on Sunday, I thought I had come upon one of the many road construction projects in Seattle.
Master Builders leader closing a door
Dickey's Remodel & Repair owner Tim Dickey gives a talk Sunday on remodeling to improve accessibility during the Olympia Master Builders' Big Home and Garden show at Saint Martin's University in Lacey.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Arm yourself with information to help stop domestic violence
A young woman I'll call Maria told me about her abusive marriage and how she finally escaped it after 13 years.
Open house for businesses to offer information about plastic bag ban
Hosted by Olympia's Waste ReSources and Thurston County Solid Waste, the open house will run 5-7 p.m. Wednesday at Olympia City Hall, room 207, 601 Fourth Ave. E. City and county staff will answer questions and discuss outreach efforts.