The Women’s March that brought 10,000 people to the state Capitol last year to protest President Donald Trump and advocate for the rights of women is set to return to Olympia in the form of a Saturday rally.
It has been more than a decade since the city of Olympia bought 17 acres on the west side of West Bay. As part of work to develop a master plan for the area, the city is floating ideas for what to do with the waterfront property.
After Lacey police raised concerns about collisions and congestion on Yelm Highway, the city’s public works department is now recommending that speed limits on the portion of the road that runs through Lacey be reduced to 35 miles per hour from 40 mph.
Joint Animal Services of Thurston County is not accepting dogs or allowing people to adopt dogs at its main shelter on Martin Way after one fell ill and died last week, the executive director said Thursday.
Herpetologist Dr. Marc Hayes, who also works with a local group called Stream Team, is set to present a free workshop on the ecology, habitat requirements and unique characteristics of local frog and salamander species next Saturday.
A number of bills are being proposed in the Washington Legislature this year to address the state’s opioid crisis, including legislation to limit the supply of pain medication doctors are allowed to prescribe.
Dozens of volunteers gathered at Lacey's Woodland Creek Community Park Monday morning for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service project and which was again coordinated by the City of Lacey and the Stream Team organization.
Lacey volunteers roll up sleeves for MLK Day of Service
Sunday crash closes Deschutes Parkway
Pair charged with murder in shooting death of deputy
Suspect in murder of deputy makes court appearance