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.
Thurston Realtors Community Service Day
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Rollover crash blocks Plum St. and 4th Avenue on Sunday morning
After a record-long session, lawmakers couldn’t find an agreement on the last of their unfinished business. That means the Legislature was set to go home late Thursday with at least two unresolved issues on the table: Rural water rights and the capital budget.
Interviewed near Olympia's Boulevard Bridge, which overlooks Interstate 5, Washington State Department of Transportation communications consultant Doug Adamson (left) and project engineer Brian Whitehouse sound an alert to motorists regarding weekend roadwork near the Pacific Avenue interchange, which is anticipated to cause major traffics delays.
Responders from both Olympia police and fire departments clean-up and clear the intersection of Plum St. and Fourth Ave. around 7:30 Sunday morning after a crash involving a Toyota pick-up and Kia hatchback sedan. Although involving a rollover of the truck no serious injuries were reported, according to Olympia Fire Dept. Battalion Chief Pat Noonan.
With royalty on board the hometown Lakefair float glides down Capitol Way and past several thousand spectators on a warm late afternoon Saturday, July 15th to start the 60th annual Capital Lakefair Grand Parade.
Slurpees, the allegedly brain-freezing, mouth-numbing iced treat, will be given away in small sizes Tuesday from 11 a.m.-7 p.m. as the 7-Eleven convenience store chain celebrates its 90th year of business.
On July 4, 2017, a motorcyclist was clocked going 82 mph in a 60 mph zone. When the driver failed to stop, a Washington State Patrol trooper notified the agency's aviation unit which produced this footage of a 17-mile pursuit on I-5 in Snohomish County.