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A stroll down Capitol Way in Olympia Saturday will offer a glimpse of the cultural forces that have shaped the capital city over time.
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the public is invited to visit six staffed tables stretching from the Olympia Farmers Market to Sylvester Park, each providing information on the role cultural and ethnic groups played in creating the community.
Its Olympias way of celebrating National Preservation Month, a project of the Olympia Heritage Commission, in partnership with various community groups and organizations that have historical stories to tell, both the familiar and the unfamiliar.
Older adults in our community are lucky to have Senior Services for South Sound to serve them in so many ways the past 40 years.
If youre one of those people who have a difficult time figuring out the food waste recycling game, what youre about to read will probably make matters worse.
Leave it to the union that represents United States Postal Service letter carriers to name their annual mega-food drive set for Saturday Stamp Out Hunger.
Lee Hagmeier has lived a productive, adventurous life, earning a doctorate in educational psychology from the University of Washington, climbing mountains, backpacking in wilderness areas, sea kayaking, rafting through the Grand Canyon and traveling the globe. Not bad for someone who had most of his face bitten off by a grizzly bear at the age of 17.
John O. Markham quit smoking 25 years ago, no small feat for someone addicted to nicotine much of his life.
She displays a beatific smile and easy manner in sharp contrast to the trauma and abject poverty that swirls around her homeland, the landlocked East African country of Burundi.
The new owner of the vacant lot at one of West Olympias busiest intersections is rolling out her plan for the property Tuesday. The 0.64-acre parcel at Harrison Avenue and Division Street is slated to be a privately owned community park.
Katie Gubbe has big dreams and a chosen path that begins and ends on an a beautiful, abandoned dairy farm in South Bay.
The social networking giant Facebook would be dead in the water, if my Facebook activity level was the norm.