A Lakefair-related story was last week’s most read.
1. No more roast beef sandwiches, as some clubs end struggle to staff Lakefair booths: Because of changing priorities and difficulties staffing a large event like Lakefair, the Olympia Kiwanis Club, which sold crowd-favorite roast beef sandwiches, and the Tumwater Rotary Club, known for their corn dogs, didn’t roll out their food carts this year.
2. State worker lockdown lifted after search for possible Capitol shooter turns up nothing: State workers were locked down or evacuated and state troopers swarmed the state Capitol Campus Wednesday morning after reports of gunfire, but police found no evidence of a shooter.
3. Man accused of selling heroin from his Olympia tattoo shop: A 38-year-old Lacey man is accused of selling heroin out of his downtown Olympia tattoo shop: Forever Tattoo World, located on Washington Street Southeast.
4. Father and son injured after car vs. motorcycle crash in Lacey: A father and son were injured after a crash involving their motorcycle and another vehicle Saturday afternoon, according to Lacey Fire District 3.
5. Comics: The comics were well read last week.