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
Olympia vigil condemning Charlottesville violence
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Little feet fly at the Hawks Dance Team's Kids Dance Camp
Olympia couple building their dream one cottage at a time
Super slow-motion shows power of black powder shooting
Shop fire closes 113th Avenue south of Tumwater
Gurneys fall from coroner's van into intersection
County Commissioner calls homelessness a "municipal issue"
Large brush fire threatens homes causes evacuation in Rochester
Large brush fire threatens Rochester homes
July, 2017 fight at the Artesian Commons Park
Former Evergreen police chief on need for rifles, differences with administration
A busy line of young dancers follow the lead of Hawks Dance Team team captain and River Ridge High School junior Mady Dorer as they perform for their parents Sunday at the end of the two-day Kids Dance Camp at the South Union Grange. Not affiliated with River Ridge High School the dance team's camp instructed girls and boys in ages from kindergarten to eight grade and in dance styles including jazz and hip-hop
Thurston County Commissioners talk with Public Health and Social Services director Schelli Slaughter (not pictured) about House Bill 2263 which would have given them the option to ask voters for a tax hike to support affordable housing. After the meeting, Commissioner Gary Edwards said he made some "wild comments" about the homeless to make a point, but he still feels it's a city issue.
Stacy Brown, the recently resigned chief of Police Services at The Evergreen State College, discusses the need for college police to have rifles in the event of an active shooter. She also talks about difference in philosophy between the college and police at a Senate Law and Justice Committee work session.
Bryson Chaplin, 23, was sentenced to 10.5 months in jail after being found guilty of assaulting an Olympia police officer. His brother, Andre Thompson, 25, will spend two months in jail after being found guilty of the same crime. The men appeared before Thurston County Superior Court Judge Erik Price on July 31.