John Dodge can be reached at 360-754-5444 or email@example.com.
DT and Kim North's two-story, 1,950-square-foot home on Olympia's Marion Street functions much like an ice chest, maintaining indoor air humidity in the high 30 percent range and indoor air temperatures around 70 degrees with very little variation, day or night.
My mentor has done it again, further cementing his stature as the preeminent historian of high-stakes politics in this state over the past five decades.
Leave it to Carrie Ziegler to think big when designing a community art project.
The greatest sports event of the year kicks into high gear Thursday morning when the underdog Valparaiso Crusaders square off against a Michigan State Spartans team known for its deep runs in the NCAA mens basketball tournament.
By any measure, the Nisqually Land Trust is living up to its motto, which is: Small Watershed, Big Ideas.
Some time this summer, we should have a detailed picture of dioxin contamination in the lower Budd Inlet marine sediments.
Think of Thurston County as a giant ship, carrying its residents into a future filled with hopes and fears, opportunities and obstacles.
I sat in a classroom at Chinook Middle School in Lacey this week, and couldnt help but notice the diploma and college banner the teacher, Ray Nelson, had hanging on his wall behind his desk proof he was a proud graduate of The Evergreen State College, class of 1995.
I sat in a classroom at Chinook Middle School in Lacey last week, and couldn’t help but notice the diploma and college banner the teacher, Ray Nelson, had hanging on his wall behind his desk — proof he was a proud graduate of The Evergreen State College, class of 1995.
Once a teacher, always a teacher best describes Burt Guttman.