More Videos

Wreath project adds purpose to holiday season for Olympia homeless 0:54

Wreath project adds purpose to holiday season for Olympia homeless

Abandoned RV's a challenge for local towing operators 1:03

Abandoned RV's a challenge for local towing operators

Seahawks Tom Cable excited O-line is 'gelling,' says Rawls, Lacy need to keep 'coming to work' every day 1:45

Seahawks Tom Cable excited O-line is 'gelling,' says Rawls, Lacy need to keep 'coming to work' every day

Cheeky preflight routine draws laughs from passengers 1:51

Cheeky preflight routine draws laughs from passengers

Bait Package stolen off porch 1:04

Bait Package stolen off porch

Students get up-close look at the dangers of drinking and driving 1:38

Students get up-close look at the dangers of drinking and driving

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness 1:57

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness

Evergreen rally seeks open dialogue, safety 2:05

Evergreen rally seeks open dialogue, safety

Fresno Starbucks customer fights robber armed with a knife 1:32

Fresno Starbucks customer fights robber armed with a knife

What you need to know about August's solar eclipse 2:03

What you need to know about August's solar eclipse

  • New e-service gives Olympia students off-site acces to public library

    Instructing a group of seniors from teacher David Johnston's Capital High School class on Oct. 5, 2016, teacher/librarian Kristi Bonds introduces the Timberland Regional Library's electronic access program, which offers full access without needing physical access to a library branch.

Instructing a group of seniors from teacher David Johnston's Capital High School class on Oct. 5, 2016, teacher/librarian Kristi Bonds introduces the Timberland Regional Library's electronic access program, which offers full access without needing physical access to a library branch. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com
Instructing a group of seniors from teacher David Johnston's Capital High School class on Oct. 5, 2016, teacher/librarian Kristi Bonds introduces the Timberland Regional Library's electronic access program, which offers full access without needing physical access to a library branch. Steve Bloom sbloom@theolympian.com

Timberland Library opens e-doors to Olympia students

October 05, 2016 05:11 PM

UPDATED October 07, 2016 12:41 PM

More Videos

Wreath project adds purpose to holiday season for Olympia homeless 0:54

Wreath project adds purpose to holiday season for Olympia homeless

Abandoned RV's a challenge for local towing operators 1:03

Abandoned RV's a challenge for local towing operators

Seahawks Tom Cable excited O-line is 'gelling,' says Rawls, Lacy need to keep 'coming to work' every day 1:45

Seahawks Tom Cable excited O-line is 'gelling,' says Rawls, Lacy need to keep 'coming to work' every day

Cheeky preflight routine draws laughs from passengers 1:51

Cheeky preflight routine draws laughs from passengers

Bait Package stolen off porch 1:04

Bait Package stolen off porch

Students get up-close look at the dangers of drinking and driving 1:38

Students get up-close look at the dangers of drinking and driving

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness 1:57

A lighthearted look at Black Friday madness

Evergreen rally seeks open dialogue, safety 2:05

Evergreen rally seeks open dialogue, safety

Fresno Starbucks customer fights robber armed with a knife 1:32

Fresno Starbucks customer fights robber armed with a knife

What you need to know about August's solar eclipse 2:03

What you need to know about August's solar eclipse

  • Wreath project adds purpose to holiday season for Olympia homeless

    The Ho-Ho Hobos - a group of Olympia homeless citizens - are in their third year of creating and selling festive holiday wreaths.