Election weeks are always a busy time in newsrooms, and last week was no exception.
Here are the top 5 most-clicked stories at The Olympian:
1. Olympia wedding says wedding was ruined by permit issues: This was a follow-up to a story I wrote after the Grande Terrace on Capitol Lake told brides they would have to relocate their weddings. One bride ended up moving her wedding to a friend’s backyard. Another bride stood her ground, and went forward with ceremony as planned.
2. Lacey trees cut down without correct permit: A Kirkland-based developer that has set out to redevelop office buildings in Woodland Square Loop area did not have the appropriate permits in place before a number of trees were cut down.
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3. 5 story state office building will transform block in downtown Olympia: This month, crews are removing hazardous materials to prepare for demolition of a parking garage and the former home of The Hands On Children’s Museum. In two years, a new state office will dramatically change the look of west Capitol Campus.
4. Large brush fire threatens structures in Thurston County: This was a news brief about a fire was in the 300 block of Ram Court NE in Thurston County.
5. Election results for Thurston County: Want to know who will face off in the General Election? Click on the link above to view results of the Primary Election.