Capital High School graduate Sadie Allard and classmates celebrated as they marched into commencement Friday at Saint Martin's University in Lacey.
Joseph Reece was walking to his graduation ceremony, green cap and gown in hand and his 7-year-old son, Tyson, trailing behind, watched by Reeces girlfriend.
LITTLEROCK: Two hazardous waste hot spots near Littlerock have been cleaned up and are ready for removal from the state Department of Ecologys hazardous waste site list.
Intercity Transit interim general manager Ann Freeman-Manzanares has been named general manager of Thurston County’s public transportation agency following a nationwide search.
The strawberries are back. And as local berry purveyors tell it, this year’s crop is the best in years.
A Sovereign Citizen movement member convicted of advising people in a tax fraud scheme was sentenced Friday to more than eight years in prison, according to the U.S. Attorneys Office.
In a courtroom filled with a gunshot victims fellow police officers, a judge sentenced an Olympia man to 18 years in prison Thursday for shooting a Thurston County SWAT officer in the arm during a 2011 drug raid.
Sixth-grader Mackenzie Campbell said shes not going to let anything stop her from getting to school on time Thursday.
Olympia Olive Oil and Vinegars, the popular downtown retailer of olive oil, is planning to expand to other locations in Western Washington, including Thurston County. It already has opened a second location, in Puyallup.
A team from Capital High School recently took first place in the Washington State Stock Market Game.