The Olympian
Afternoon Newsletter
One of the largest solar projects in the state just opened. And it’s gorgeous.

Linda Immel (from left) of Shelton talks with Georgie Johns of Skokomish as Melanie Willig and Michelle Deyette (far right) greet one another outside the dedication ceremonies for the Skokomish Tribe’s new community center on Friday.
2 motorcyclists injured after encounter with bear
Dr. Wood: Why you can’t blame mosquitoes for Zika virus cases in Washington state
North Thurston captain Austin Bates’ philosophy: Never give up. Respect others. Don’t waste your time.
Albers picks up 2nd win, Mariners hold off Braves 6-5
Huskies go from gridiron giants to science geeks
Amazon warehouse workers get same treatment as corporate in terms of parental leave
Startup suggests method to fix health care muddle
H&M opening store at Olympia’s Capital Mall
Sex, gender troubles at Fish and Wildlife
Marijuana policy for U.S. ought to be reality-based
Heat and smokey haze timely reminder


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