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Timberline High School Track Star Makenna Hansen Looks to Break More School Records  ThurstonTalk

Makenna Hansen is setting her sights on breaking five school records during the upcoming Timberline High School Track season, having broken four last ...



Campau leads Timberline over Capital 56-55  ThurstonTalk

Senior guard Hunter Campau drove for a lay up with 1.8 seconds left to steal a 56-55 victory for the visiting Timberline Blazers Friday, December 7 at Capital ...



The Twists and Turns of Timberline High School Theatre  ThurstonTalk

The Timberline High School Theater program is well known for its high quality shows and this winters Dramafest is no exception.



Tumwater Wears out Timberline 35-6 to start High School Football Season  ThurstonTalk

The South Sound High School football season began Friday night as Tumwater defeated Timberline, 35-6 in Lacey.



Unified Basketball Brings South Sound Students from North Thurston, Timberline, River Ridge, Yelm and Olympia Together to Compete.  ThurstonTalk

The South Sound Unified Basketball season started January 12, 2019 as teams from North Thurston, Timberline, River Ridge, Yelm and Olympia competed.



North Thurston Public Schools Summer Programs and Partners  ThurstonTalk

Another school year is drawing to a close and long, sunny summer days are almost here. If you've got school-aged kids, it's time to start planning for those days ...



Tumwater teachers authorize a strike as contract talks come down to the wire  The Olympian

Members of the Tumwater Education Association, the teachers union, voted Monday to authorize a strike. The decision to strike will be made when the teachers' ...



Local basketball star sues Roy police for injuries she says ended her career  Tacoma News Tribune

Sasha Weber, a former basketball star at Timberline High School and New Mexico State University, has sued the City of Roy. She alleges in lawsuit that injuries ...



Timberline High School class of 2016  The Olympian

Timberline High School's Class of 2016 graduated with a ceremony at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Marcus Pavilion at Saint Martin's University in Lacey.



Timberline High School Shares Yearbook Memories with Alums  ThurstonTalk

Timberline High School students worked after school to scan and publish yearbooks online. The website lets alums find old copies of the yearbooks.



Yelm Shuts Out North Thurston 48-0 in High School Football  ThurstonTalk

Yelm (4-2, 3-1) dominated North Thurston (2-4, 0-4) in SSC 3A South Sound football October 5 in Lacey with a 48-0 win. Yelm rushed for 220 yards and had.



Get ready for 2018 bazaar season in South Sound  The Olympian

Here is The Olympian's annual listing of fall and holiday nonprofit bazaars. Happy shopping!



City of Lacey Prepares for Winter Weather  ThurstonTalk

City of Lacey Maintenance crews are preparing to respond to the National Weather *Service's* Winter Weather Advisory. The advisory will remain in effect from ...



Local High School Tennis Stars Shine at State  ThurstonTalk

For the third time over the last four years the Class 2A state boys' tennis champion calls Tumwater High School home.



Celebrity Basketball Game Gives You a Unique Opportunity in Support of Great Causes  ThurstonTalk

The Arsenal Promotions 5th Annual Celebrity Basketball Game on June 16 lets you meet your favorite celebrities while supporting youth sports and military ...



People in Public Service: Lacey Police Chief Dusty Pierpoint Says Thanks for 33 Great Years  ThurstonTalk

Lacey police Chief Dusty Pierpoint has had a sterling career in law enforcement that has spanned 33 years.



Timberline, North Thurston Boys, Black Hills Girls Clinch Berths to Basketball Regionals  ThurstonTalk

North Thurston, Timberline and Black Hills will all be headed to regional basketball competition this weekend after advancing out of district playoffs.



Timberline Grad Michael Barnes Heading to Montana Tech for Football  ThurstonTalk

Michael Barnes is a playmaker. Offense, defense, special teams – the guy simply has a knack for finding the endzone.



Timberline High School AVID Students Organize Fundraiser to Visit More Colleges  ThurstonTalk

Since the Timberline High School AVID program is geared toward encouraging kids to go to college, the group is raising funds to visit more schools.



Aztec Lanes Encourages High School Bowlers to Pursue Their Talents  ThurstonTalk

For the past 13 years, Aztec Lanes in Olympia has been helping local high school girls discover the fun of bowling. North Thurston High School (NTHS), ...



River Ridge over North Thurston 50-42 in Lacey Holiday Boys Basketball Battle  ThurstonTalk

The River Ridge Hawks defeated the North Thurston Rams 50-42 Saturday, December 29 in WIAA boys basketball in Lacey at The North Thurston Holiday.



Lacey Loves to Read Celebrates 16 years with Graphic Novelist Kazu Kibuishi  ThurstonTalk

The Lacey Loves to Read Committee is excited to announce our 2019 author is Kazu Kibuishi, New York Times Best Selling author/illustrator of the Amulet ...



Boys & Girls Clubs of Thurston County Recognizes Outstanding Local Youth  ThurstonTalk

Five of our talented youth are diligently at work on their paths toward the Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year, a wonderfully prestigious award.



MiSo 3 Years Later: Still Fit. Fast. Fresh. And Fun  ThurstonTalk

A lot has happened since Halloween three years ago when they opened up their first MiSo on the corner of Lacey Boulevard and College Street. Happy ...



Christmas Tree Recycling for Thurston County Residents  ThurstonTalk

When the holidays wind down and the decorations get packed away, it's time to figure out what to do with the Christmas tree. This season, free tree collection ...



North Thurston XC Finishes First in Boys, Second in Girls at Annual Ramrock 5K  ThurstonTalk

North Thurston High School cross country coach Steve Coker set out to create a meet that would showcase the programs at all three North Thurston Public.



Shoshana Bean kicks off The Washington Center Season with Blues, R&B, Broadway, and More  ThurstonTalk

Instead of giving in to the information overload, take a break with the healing power of music. Better yet, enjoy a live concert with world-renowned musician—and ...



Seniors Chris Larson and Jake Julagay Want to Add to Timberline Baseball Tradition  ThurstonTalk

Chris Larson doesn't even attempt to try to piece together the math after being asked how many baseball games he has played with Jake Julagay over the last ...



Team-First Approach Continues with North Thurston Girls Swim Team  ThurstonTalk

Patti Peterson moved to Olympia about a year ago and immediately placed a call with longtime North Thurston High School swim coach Jak Ayres, asking if he.



Lacey Holiday Tree Pick Up Schedule Saturday, January 5  ThurstonTalk

Saturday, January 5, local Boy Scouts Troops 222 and 101 will provide curbside pick-up of holiday trees for Lacey residents who live within City of Lacey limits.



Yelm High School Bowling Looking to Make History This Season  ThurstonTalk

The moment the ball left Shelby Hall's hand, she figured she was doomed. Splits are tough enough to pick up and Hall was looking at the daunting 6-7-10.



Public Comment Invited on Two City of Lacey Plans  ThurstonTalk

The City of Lacey invites input on its draft Depot District Subarea Plan and draft Pedestrian and Bicycle Plan at a public hearing on Tuesday, August 21, 2018, ...



Timberline Bowling Team Preparing For District And State Tournaments  ThurstonTalk

By Tom Rohrer Bowling, like many other sports, can serve as a metaphor of life. Obstacles (or pins) stand in the way of success, and in order to.



Thrifty Thurston Goes Holiday Shopping at Local Bazaars and Fairs  ThurstonTalk

Craft fairs are the ideal places to shop during the holiday season, and with a variety of events in Thurston County, be prepared to shop until you drop.



Providence St. Peter Chemical Dependency Center Hosting Community Talks on Gambling, Gaming and Apps  ThurstonTalk

The Providence St. Peter Chemical Dependency Center will host another in its series on substance abuse issues March 9 at 5:00 p.m..



Trick-or-Treat around Olympia and throughout Thurston County  ThurstonTalk

Starting as early as October 25, there are plenty of places to go trick-or-treating in and around Olympia and Thurston County.



School Board to Honor Manhas at Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony  ThurstonTalk

The North Thurston Public Schools Board of Directors will honor former superintendent Raj Manhas at a ribbon-cutting and naming ceremony at 6:00 p.m., July ...



Capital Volleyball Club to Hold Tryouts for Upcoming Season  ThurstonTalk

The Capital Volleyball Club, one of the area's longest-standing non-profit youth volleyball clubs, will be hosting tryouts beginning November 18 at the Olympia ...



Timberline High School's Josh Julagay Prepping for Wrestling Postseason  ThurstonTalk

It's never polite to stare, but Josh Julagay can't help himself. It just happens when he sees the Tacoma Dome. “Every time I pass it on the freeway,” the.



City of Lacey Selects New Police Chief  ThurstonTalk

On December 6, Lacey City Manager Scott Spence announced Ken Semko has accepted the City's offer to serve as Lacey's next Police Chief.



Timberline High School Set to Graduate First AVID Students  ThurstonTalk

By Esti Izuagbe, Timberline High School intern to ThurstonTalk. Some students will be celebrating graduation in an extra special way in June.



The City of Lacey and Local Boy Scouts Team Up for Annual Christmas Tree Round Up  ThurstonTalk

The City of Lacey and local Boy Scout (BSA) Troops 222 and 101 have partnered again for the annual Christmas Tree Round Up. This is an opportunity for ...



Car and motorcycle crash, delaying traffic on College Street in Lacey  The Olympian

A crash involving a car and motorcycle has delayed traffic on College Street Southeast, not far from Mountain View Elementary School, according to Lacey ...



Timberline Basketball Ready to Live Up to High Expectations  ThurstonTalk

By Tom Rohrer Prior to the beginning of the 2012-13 season, Allen Thomas, then the junior varsity boys basketball coach at Timberline High School,



Pumpkin Patches and Fall Activities in Thurston County  ThurstonTalk

This fall is filled with a number of activities for couples, families or friends. All around Thurston County, events begin September 1 and run through Halloween.



Capital Lakefair Royalty Scholarship Coronation set for February 2, 2019  ThurstonTalk

The Capital Lakefair Royalty Scholarship Program Coronation will take place on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. at Doubletree by Hilton Olympia.



Ila's Foods Cultivates Charity and Community through Food  ThurstonTalk

In starting her business, Ila's Foods, Debra Kilcup attributes her ability to create a thriving business to the support she received from her community. Ila's Foods ...



Jaelen Bush and Erik Stevenson - Timberline Athletes Have Grades and Game  ThurstonTalk

Jaelen Bush and Erik Stevenson play basketball for Timberline High School. The students are expected to receive athletic scholarships for college.



Timberline High School Baseball Shakes Off Last Year  ThurstonTalk

By Tom Rohrer Timberline High School baseball coach, Matt Acker, sent his team off in the proper way, following an indoor practice away from a.



Homeless Artist Jeff Eastman puts the Sun to Work  ThurstonTalk

I was honored to be introduced to a man who happens to call the streets of Olympia his home. His name is Jeff Eastman and he is an artist. He is engaging, kind ...



Thurston County Continues 24-Hour Snow and Storm Response  ThurstonTalk

Thurston County Public Works crews were responding 24-hours a day during the weekend to ensure primary roads were safe to travel and services were ...



Providence Opens Immediate Care Clinic in Hawks Prairie  ThurstonTalk

Meeting the needs of the growing community, Providence Medical Group in Southwest Washington has added a third immediate care clinic in Thurston County, ...



Thurston County Prepares for Winter Weather  ThurstonTalk

Maintenance crews at the Public Works Department are gearing up for a second round of winter weather. The National Weather *Service* has issued a Winter ...



North Thurston Public Schools Homeless Education Staff: Overcoming Homelessness on the Road to Graduation  ThurstonTalk

High school graduation is a very, very big deal. Thanks to the tireless support of district employees from the North Thurston Public Schools Homeless Education ...



Terry Shaw Hitting All the Right Notes at Rainier and Timberline  ThurstonTalk

By Grant Clark McKoy Bichler does a little bit of everything for the Rainier High School football program. On offense, you can start him at either.



Capital Falls to Central Kitsap as Band Celebrates 41 years of Dan Lundberg Teaching Music  ThurstonTalk

The Capital Cougars boys football team fell to visiting Central Kitsap Cougars 42-52 Thursday, October 18, at Ingersol stadium in SSC Boys 3A Football. At half ...



‘It was an honor to serve,’ says Lacey Police Chief Dusty Pierpoint  The News Tribune

After more than 30 years with the Lacey Police Department, Chief Dusty Pierpoint is about to get into a patrol car one more time and drive off into the sunset.



North Thurston Public Schools: Encouraging Lifelong Volunteers  ThurstonTalk

In North Thurston Public Schools, serving others is part of the school culture and the strategic plan. One of the district's core beliefs is that compassionate ...



Celebrating the Lacey MakerSpace with Saint Martin's University  ThurstonTalk

More than just a therapeutic way to create, actively participating in a project fires up our brains so we learn more than by simply watching or reading about a ...



Holiday Fun with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Washington  ThurstonTalk

Around 90 participants, mentors and mentees, families of the mentees, as well as families still on the waitlist, met at Tumwater Lanes for the Big Brothers Big ...



Olympia High School Baseball off to Successful Start under New Coach Weldon  ThurstonTalk

Derek Weldon was the assistant coach for the Tennessee Tech Golden Eagles for three seasons before accepting the position as head coach for Olympia High ...



The City of Lacey's Affordable Housing Strategy Encourages Housing for All  ThurstonTalk

Over one-third of Thurston County residents spend more than 30 percent of their income on housing. The City of Lacey is working to combat the increase in ...



ThurstonTalk's Summer Camp Roundup 2018  ThurstonTalk

Looking for summer camps for your kids this summer? This comprehensive list includes a bit of everything, from theater and sports camps, to cooking and nature ...



Phyllis Mandel Brings Expertise and a Lifelong Love of Olympia to Greene Realty  ThurstonTalk

Phyllis Mandel of Greene Realty grew up in a family that believed in giving back to the community. Her family, the Goldbergs, owned a furniture store in ...



Annual Bill Kehoe South Sound Invite Continues to Grow  ThurstonTalk

Northwest Christian High School cross country coach Mike Michael walked the course three times the day before the 2018 Bill Kehoe South Sound Invitational.



Pope John Paul II High School Finds Success with New Track Program  ThurstonTalk

Thanks two to tenacious sophomores, Molly Zepeda and Tim Sellars, the first Pope John Paul II High School track and field team will send 17 athletes to the ...



What To Do Around Olympia This Weekend: November 23-25  ThurstonTalk

After you have recovered from your turkey-induced coma, you may wonder what there is to do with your visiting family to get out of the house (or maybe to ...



Long Lake Park Swim Area Closed due to Poor Water Visibility  ThurstonTalk

Effective Tuesday, August 14, the beach and swimming area at Long Lake Park will be temporarily closed. Currently, water visibility is limited to 3 feet, creating ...



Things To Do in Olympia and Surrounding Areas This Weekend: February 15-17  ThurstonTalk

There are plenty of things to do in Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, Yelm, and throughout Thurston County. If you are planning on celebrating Valentine's Day this ...



Lacey Brats, Brews and Bands is Back and Better than Ever  ThurstonTalk

August may be nearing its end. The warm sunny days may be getting shorter. Kids may be gearing up for school. But worry not! Summer isn't over until it's over.



Gifts for Everyone on Your List on Small Business Saturday  ThurstonTalk

Our community offers no shortage of small businesses and independent retailers to meet your gifting needs this holiday season. This list, though far from ...



The City of Lacey is Keeping Summer Fun and Kids' Bellies Full  ThurstonTalk

Thanks to the City of Lacey's partnership with the North Thurston Public Schools (NTPS), local kids can take part in the free summer meal program and ...



Capital High School Volleyball Looks to Defend State Title in 2018  ThurstonTalk

Betsy Knutson-Keller remembers the ensuing chaos following Devyn Oestreich's match-ending kill last year, which clinched Capital High School the Class 3A.



You're invited to 'Conversations with Richard Louv' at The Washington Center  ThurstonTalk

The Pacific Education Institute invites you to get up close with New York Times bestselling author of Last Child in the Woods and The Nature Principle Richard ...



Join Uline's Team of Excellence at New Lacey Warehouse: Job Fair August 18  ThurstonTalk

On Saturday, August 18, interested applicants are invited to Uline's new Lacey building for a one-day Job Fair. The Lacey campus at 3131 ...



Despite Courthouse Closure, Thurston County Elections Is Open February 12, Election Day  ThurstonTalk

The Thurston County Elections Office will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. today, February 12. Voters will be able to access all election services including ...



Check out the New Upgrades at Lacey Parks This Summer  ThurstonTalk

If you find yourself heading to a Lacey park this summer, you may notice some new features and services. “It is important that we provide enjoyable experiences ...



AG West Black Hills outlasts Tumwater 22-17 to take Pioneer Bowl  ThurstonTalk

Sometimes the little brother does win. A packed, divided and Tumwater resident friendly stadium was full of jubilation, shock, sadness and joy after the.



Point on East Bay to be Named after African-American Pioneers Rebecca and Alexander Howard  ThurstonTalk

Bringing back the name Howard Point, named for African-American pioneers, is a step forward in commemorating Olympia's rich history.



Timberline's Jaylen Taylor Continues Family Legacy  ThurstonTalk

Jaylen Taylor, a senior at Timberline High School, is set to beat a school record in long jump, held by his uncle. Watch a track star jump to new heights.



Miss Thurston County Contestants Bring Style and Service for Scholarship and Success  ThurstonTalk

As the calendar ticks closer to the annual Miss Thurston County Pageant on October 28, the contestants are already well into their preparations for the event that ...



Much Anticipated Lacey Food Bank Broke Ground on June 12  ThurstonTalk

A shovel uprooting *fresh* soil symbolically marked the beginning of phase two on the Lacey Food Bank project that has been in the works for over ten years.



I-5/Marvin Road Diverging Diamond Interchange Work Kicks Off in Lacey  ThurstonTalk

Users of the Interstate 5/State Route 510 (Marvin Road) interchange will get a front-row seat as work kicks off to build Washington state's first diverging diamond ...



Memorial Service to be Held for Beloved Sports Commentator Larry McMillan  ThurstonTalk

For McMillan, it wasn't just about his weekly commitment to doing color commentary for local sports and being the voice on the radio. It was about making friends ...



Thurston County to Conduct Annual Homeless Census on January 24  ThurstonTalk

On Thursday, January 24, 2019, Thurston County will conduct the annual Homeless Census to determine who in Thurston County is homeless and why.



Rainier High School Wrestling Sets Sights on Postseason Success  ThurstonTalk

Rainier High School wrestling coach Chris Holterman made a wager with juniors Brody Klein and Tyler Barlass at the start of the season.



Coming to Lacey: Take a Virtual Drive through Washington's First Diverging Diamond Interchange  ThurstonTalk

We're in the final stages before crews make major modifications to the I-5/Marvin Road overpass in Lacey. During fall 2018, workers will begin construction on a ...



Olympia Oshogatsu, Japanese New Year's Celebration, Returns February 2  ThurstonTalk

Olympia-Kato Sister City Association and River Ridge High School Band will hold the Olympia Oshogatsu on Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 12:00pm to ...



Olympia's Sloan Shipyard: A Tale of Bad Planning and Lack of Foresight  ThurstonTalk

The Sloan Shipyard was established in March 1917 at the end of Washington Street near where the port cranes are now and began construction on its first ...



Fulfill Your New Year's Resolution to Laugh More at the Washington Center for the Performing Arts  ThurstonTalk

Each year, millions of people around the world jot down a New Year's resolution with the intention of sticking to it for the entirety of the upcoming year. We all ...



Lacey's Mandatory Odd-Even Watering Schedule Begins June 1  ThurstonTalk

Submitted by City of Lacey To reduce peak demand during summer months, the City of Lacey's mandatory alternate-day watering schedule for yards and ...



North Thurston High officer aimed his sidearm at school shooting suspect  The Olympian

Officer Ed McClanahan has spent 29 years working in law enforcement. About nine of those years have been spent working in Lacey schools.



Ways to Celebrate African-American History Month 2019  ThurstonTalk

February is African-American History Month and with it brings opportunities to learn more about the African American people who have helped shape our ...



What To Do Around Olympia This Weekend: November 30 - December 2  ThurstonTalk

December is here and that means holiday fun is in full swing. While our weather may be getting frightful, Yelm, Tumwater, Olympia, Lacey and all throughout ...



Ken and Julie Brogan's Toscana Apartments Offer New Housing Options in Lacey  ThurstonTalk

This burgeoning apartment complex is in high demand and the new units are a welcome fixture that will add more living space to the city's tight housing market.



Reading Tutor Unlocks Learning Potential for Students with Dyslexia  ThurstonTalk

Sandra is a tutor. But reading therapy is not like ordinary tutoring. In this office, Sandra conducts numerous hours of sessions with countless students in Thurston ...



Come One Come All, Play Floorball  ThurstonTalk

David Crawford made it his mission to spread the sport of floorball. He took two additional steps in that direction recently, starting a league and writing a book on ...



Welcome in the Holiday Season by Joining the Lacey Parade of Lights  ThurstonTalk

Jordy Beasley, Lacey Parks and Recreation coordinator, shares that the City of Lacey has the perfect event to welcome in this festive time of year. For the third ...



Thrifty Thurston Reveals the Secret World of the Mushroom Hunter  ThurstonTalk

Fall rain in the Northwest brings more than snow to our mountains. That rain is germinating mushroom spores scattered on the forest floor. But like many of ...



Timberline's Bowes and Warick Are Teammates With A Capital “T”  ThurstonTalk

Connor Warick and Chase Bowes are two senior, two-way players for the Timberline High School Blazers under Nick Mullens making a difference this season.



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