Thurston County Animal Services officials say Buddy, an Australian cattle dog, went to get help for his owner, who was stranded at a homeless camp due to a medical condition. Animal Services assistant Dustin Wade describes the events and says this is the second time the dog has found help for his owner and saved his life.
By Lisa Pembertonlpemberton@theolympian.com
VIDEO: Dog helps rescue Tumwater homeless man
Historic Olympia brewhouse readies for new roof
'I was just hit,' state patrol trooper tells dispatch
Prime time for local pumpkin patches
Stubborn Sunday fire heavily damages Lacey church
Sunday fire heavily damages Lacey church
No room at the Thurston County jail
Food for homeless students now available at SPSCC
Geoducks meet Tinseltown as film crew visits local Chelsea Farms
Zumba fundraiser aids Mexico, Puerto Rico relief efforts
Born 1 pound 4 ounces, Kora is 'showing strength every day'
Lacey Fire District 3 and other mutual aid fire crews battle a fire Sunday at the Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church at 2733 Marvin Road SE in Lacey that caused extensive damage but with no reported injurie
The Olympia-based Chelsea Farms went Hollywood this summer as the television show “State Plate” filmed both their farm operations and the downtown Olympia oyster bar during a one-day visit in July. Hosted by former "American Idol" winner Taylor Hicks, the show will air in Washington at 5 p.m. on Oct. 27 on INSP.
With the pulsating sounds of Latin music filling the air, a group 30 Zumba instructors from across the South Sound, including Bremerton and Seattle, took turns leading a full house of dancers as part of an Oct 8 benefit dance marathon to raise funds for the victims of the Mexico earthquake and Puerto Rico hurricane disasters.T hose who missed the fundraiser can donate to the ongoing relief effort by contacting Direct Relief at www.directrelief.org.