Staff file, 2006: Washington Conservation Corps members fill sandbags as they work to protect residences near the Nisqually River in the Nisqually Valley in January 2006. Thurston County residents have more than a dozen locations to pick up sandbags, if needed, according to Thurston County Emergency Management.
Staff file, 2006: Washington Conservation Corps members fill sandbags as they work to protect residences near the Nisqually River in the Nisqually Valley in January 2006. Thurston County residents have more than a dozen locations to pick up sandbags, if needed, according to Thurston County Emergency Management. Toni L. Bailey Staff photographer
Staff file, 2006: Washington Conservation Corps members fill sandbags as they work to protect residences near the Nisqually River in the Nisqually Valley in January 2006. Thurston County residents have more than a dozen locations to pick up sandbags, if needed, according to Thurston County Emergency Management. Toni L. Bailey Staff photographer

Sandbags available for Thurston County residents

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