16 hrs ago
Thurston jobless rate inches higher in January
Thurston County unemployment rose to 6.8 percent in January from 6.5 percent in December, the state Employment Security Department announced Tuesday.
Trending on the Topix Network
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Enter Stage Right
Calling the global warming charlatans "Nazis"
On February 20th, the noted meteorologist, Dr. Roy W. Spencer, fed up with being called a "denier" of global warming, posted a commentary on his blog titled "Time to push back against the global warming Nazis."
Sat Mar 08, 2014
TESCa s Mosley resigns after four seasons as Evergreen's men's basketball coach
The win totals weren't what he wanted, but Arvin Mosley Jr., whose resignation was effective Wednesday, was proud of the product he put on the floor during his four seasons as The Evergreen State College men's basketball coach.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
New Media Journal
Calling the Global Warming Charlatans 'Nazis'
On February 20th, the noted meteorologist, Dr. Roy W. Spencer, fed up with being called a "denier" of global warming, posted a commentary on his blog titled Time to Push Back Against the Global Warming Nazis .
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Author Stephanie Coontz: 'Cookie-cutter marriages' do not work anymore
Stephanie Coontz, a novelist and expert on the history of family and marriage, spoke to Columbia College students, faculty and community members Wednesday, beginning the college's Women's History Month celebration.
The Campbell Reporter
See Nikki McClure's art in book, exhibition
She might not think of it as that, and certainly she didn't intend it to be one.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
South Sound: Ex-Adventuress educator joins Estuarium staff
A 2010 graduate of The Evergreen State College, she is the former program coordinator, shipboard educator and deckhand of the schooner Adventuress.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
A slice of blackberry pie designed to get you in the mood for this weekend's Olympia Pie Festival.
Cinematic wine pairing: The Olympia Film Society is launching a new film series MOVIES ABOUT WINE WITH WINE, starting with the film “SOMM,” a documentary will make you look at your restaurant’s sommelier in a new light.
Camp internments remembered
The stories of Japanese Americans incarcerated in Idaho concentration camps in World War II will be shared at a free public event at the Longhouse Cultural Center on The Evergreen State College campus 7 p.m., Feb. 27. The speaker will be Tom Ikeda, founder and executive director of Densho:The Japanese American Legacy Project.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
California drought teaches us to grow more of our food
In this Thursday Jan. 30, 2014 photo, Felicia Grant, a lieutenant at the Salvation Army listens to a devotional before handing out free food to needy residents in Los Banos, Calif.
Wed Feb 12, 2014
Religion News Service
Marriage: Whata s love got to do with it? Historically, very little
On Valentine's Day, American husbands and wives of every age, faith and region will shower their beloveds with symbols of undying affection - flowers, chocolates, moonlit dinners, kisses.
Wea re falling behind the STEM education curve
Washingtonians live in one of the nation's hot spots for industries with an insatiable demand for workers skilled in science, technology, engineering and math, the so-called STEM subjects.
Tue Feb 11, 2014
Ita s time to put your schools ballot in the mail or drop box
Ballots must either be postmarked by Tuesday or deposited into one of 23 permanent ballot drop boxes throughout the county, or the temporary drop box inside the Daniel J. Evans Library at The Evergreen State College.