A lone jogger makes his way along Olympia's Capitol Lake. The lake will be lowered starting Sunday evening so that crews can replace screens between the mitigation ponds and the main lake.
A lone jogger makes his way along Olympia's Capitol Lake. The lake will be lowered starting Sunday evening so that crews can replace screens between the mitigation ponds and the main lake. 2017 Olympian file photo
A lone jogger makes his way along Olympia's Capitol Lake. The lake will be lowered starting Sunday evening so that crews can replace screens between the mitigation ponds and the main lake. 2017 Olympian file photo

After a delay to accommodate baby bats, work at Capitol Lake is back on

July 20, 2017 07:54 AM

UPDATED July 20, 2017 03:50 PM

More Videos

  • 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.