Arnold Zweig, 89, an Olympia resident and survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp, along with Washington State representative Laurie Dolan, light a 9 ft. Hanukkah menorah in Sylvester Park Dec 12 to signify the first night of the eight-day holiday.
Salish Middle School students Brennon and Skylar Fisher had a very special pizza delivery during their Tuesday lunch hour by their dad, Sgt. Major Brett Fisher, who surprised the siblings with his early holiday homecoming from his US Army deployment to Korea.
With the seasonal theme "The Best of Christmas Past," Terrance Robert Bernard Shaw directs the Olympia Choral Society's 20th Annual Christmas Benefit Concert Dec. 10 at the Koval Center for the Performing Arts in Lacey.
Eastside Big Tom restaurant owner Michael Fritsch has tranformed his ice cream shop into "Santa's Living Room" for guests to get their picture taken in a festive holiday setting. And Santa Claus will be there on Sunday!
During a Nov. 28th interview, Nisqually Automotive and Towing owner Paul Bressi explains how his company, like many other towing businesses, have been overwhelmed with abandoned and unclaimed RVs left on local roads.
Sounds of the holidays greeted hundreds of spectators who lined the streets around Lacey's Huntamer Park for the lighted vehicle parade Monday Dec. 4th. The traditional lighting of the Christmas tree followed featuring numerous displays throughout the park.
Olympia Indivisible co-founder Lisa Ornsteen addresses the roughly 100 participants of a noon rally at the entrance to the state Insurance Building on the Capitol campus Olympia, sharing a list of concerns the group has with the proposed GOP tax bill.
Music, kids and holiday spirit were in abundance at Olympia's annual Downtown for the Holidays parade and tree lighting ceremony Nov. 26. The event featured the annual parade, live music, the popular Gingerbread Village display at The Washington Center and culminated with the traditional tree lighting ceremony in Sylvester Park.