Puget Sound Energy customers can comment on a proposed four-year electric and natural gas rate plan agreed to between commission staff and the utility, a plan that could raise some electric customers bills by 3.4 percent or $3.29 more each month for service.
Learn about sustainable landscaping techniques that will save you time and money while also attracting birds and butterflies to your garden and protecting water resources.
She displays a beatific smile and easy manner in sharp contrast to the trauma and abject poverty that swirls around her homeland, the landlocked East African country of Burundi.
After a lifetime spent fixing cars, Bron Lindgren, owner of Bron’s Automotive in west Olympia, has honed a variation of the Golden Rule.
Washington beach Cleanup As many as 1,300 volunteers are expected to take part in Saturday’s Washington Coast Cleanup. Work will take place on beaches from the Makah Indian Reservation to Cape Disappointment.
Lawmakers are facing more than $2.4 billion in costs to address a federal ruling handed down last month in the so-called “culvert case.”
A free public workshop to help homeowners use less energy to heat their homes is set for 6-8 p.m., April 4, at the Lacey Community Center, 6729 Pacific Ave., SE, Lacey.
The public has until April 19 to submit comments on the state’s draft recovery plan for the Mazama pocket gopher. The burrowing rodent is listed by the state as a threatened species.
The 17th biannual beach cleanup in South Sound, organized by the Pacific Coast Shellfish Growers Association, is set for Wednesday, March 13.
The Olympia Planning Commission has finished its recommendations on the draft update of the city’s comprehensive plan, an effort that has been years in the making.