The Rainier Historical Schoolhouse, located at 207 Centre St., will now be home to the Rainier School District office, a Thurston County Sheriff’s field office, Rainier High School Alternative Program and the Ranier Historical Museum.
Rainier’s old schoolhouse gets new life
Basket-shooting robot at Lacey STEM Fair
Capital City Marathon president Jim Lux retiring after three decades
Thurston Realtors Community Service Day
Teens talk about the fidget spinner craze
Verdict reached in Thompson/Chaplin trial
Fantastic fritters a taste treat for decades at Lattin's
Lacey holds hearing on proposed mental hospital facility
Capitol Rotunda filled with the sound of flutes
Residents warned of toxic algae that could kill pets and cause illness
Woman takes on cleanup of "Tweaker Town"
"Tweaker Town" getting clean
A part of WW2 history lands at the Olympic Flight Museum
A team of volunteers from the real estate industry clear the back yard area while rebuilding the porch for Olympia homeowner Anita Field-Boroden during the annual Thurston Realtors Community Service Day Thursday. The yearly event tackles regional projects from needy homeowners to municipal locales such as the Mima Pioneer Cemetery.
Flanked by defense attorneys Sunni Ko and George Trejo, Andre Thompson (left) and Bryson Chaplin listen to Superior Court Judge Erik Price after they were found guilty Thursday of a lesser charge of third-degree assault in their trial resulting from a May 21, 2015, attack on Olympia police Officer Ryan Donald. Donald was attempting to apprehend the brothers after responding to a report of thefts and an assault at a west Olympia supermarket.
With the flavor apple fritter taking home the winning taste award at the Olympia-Lacey-Tumwater Visitor & Convention Bureau's annual state of tourism meeting and also honored with its own Ice Chips' candy line tasty home made apple fritters have been a hot item for decades at Lattin's Country Cider Mill & Farm.
Dr. Richard Kresch outlines his company's proposal before the City of Lacey Hearings Examiner on Wednesday regarding the health hospital proposed by US HealthVest at currently vacant 605 Woodland Square Building.
Beautifully melodic, sometimes haunting, the lyrical sounds of flutes echoed throughout the vaulted dome of the Legislative Building in Olympia Sunday afternoon as the Olympia Flute Choir present, "A Mother's Day Concert."
About 200 people attended a community meeting on Summit Lake's toxic algae. Thurston County Health Officer Dr. Rachel Wood describes the potential dangers of a neurotoxin that was found in lake water samples.
Picture-perfect weather was the order of the day as the WW2-era, B-17G bomber "Aluminum Overcast" prowled the skies over the South Sound with a series of three combined media and guest flights. Staging from the Olympic Flight Museum and operated by the EAA Cascade Warbird Squadron #2, the historic bomber will be offering public tours and rides May 12-14. A B-17 tail gunner during the war, 93-year-old Fred Parker of Lacey, recounts that time