Protesters stand Tuesday outside a campsite that blocks railroad tracks in downtown Olympia. The protesters say they are against shipments of material used in fracking entering the country at the Port of Olympia. Union Pacific Railroad, the Washington State Patrol and the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office likely will evict the protesters Thursday.
Protesters stand Tuesday outside a campsite that blocks railroad tracks in downtown Olympia. The protesters say they are against shipments of material used in fracking entering the country at the Port of Olympia. Union Pacific Railroad, the Washington State Patrol and the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office likely will evict the protesters Thursday. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Protesters stand Tuesday outside a campsite that blocks railroad tracks in downtown Olympia. The protesters say they are against shipments of material used in fracking entering the country at the Port of Olympia. Union Pacific Railroad, the Washington State Patrol and the Thurston County Sheriff’s Office likely will evict the protesters Thursday. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com

Anti-fracking protest camp could be removed Thursday

November 14, 2016 11:53 PM