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Timberline High School Presents: Wizard of Oz  ThurstonTalk

https://www.facebook.com/events/739024759827963/?event_time_id=739024769827962. The Timberline High School Theatre will present The Wizard of Oz for ...



What’s Happening for May 23  The Olympian

Events and things to do include attending the Kiwanis Day of Champions, learning about Thurston County's water quality and quantity, attending a Timberline ...



Things to Do in Olympia and Surrounding Areas Memorial Day Weekend: 24-27  ThurstonTalk

While many of you may be headed out of town for Memorial Day weekend, there are plenty of things to do in Olympia, Lacey and throughouth Thurston County ...



Fun things to do this week in Thurston County  The Olympian

Events and things to do include attending Olympia's Wooden Boat Fair, partying with Olympia Downtown Alliance at Oly Third Thursday, seeing the film ...



What’s Happening for May 4  The Olympian

Events and things to do include buying plants to benefit Santo Tomas, Nicaragua, attending opening day for the Tenino Farmers Market, weighing in on ...



What’s Happening for May 10  The Olympian

Events and things to do include attending Women United's Power of the Purse, following the yellow brick road to Timberline High School to see “The Wizard of ...



What’s Happening for May 9  The Olympian

History Talks at Schmidt House: “Historic Rails to Modern Trails at Tumwater Falls Park” is the topic of this free noon-hour presentation on the new Deschutes ...



What’s Happening for May 8  The Olympian

Events and things to do include hearing Suzan LeVine, the commissioner of the Employment Security Department, speak, participating in the SPSCC Career ...



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.



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.



What’s Happening for April 11  The Olympian

Events and things to do include attending a Timberline High concert or a Youth Climate Rally, learning about the value of mudflats, and talking about the role ...



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' ...



Carolina cuts ex-Timberline High School star Jonathan Stewart. Seattle Seahawks interested?  The News Tribune

INDIANAPOLIS For the first time in a decade, former Timberline High School superstar Jonathan Stewart needs an NFL home. Coincidentally, the NFL team that ...



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.



What’s Happening for April 7  The Olympian

YWCA Olympia's Other Bank will hold an open house from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sunday at YWCA, 220 Union Ave. SE, Olympia. The organization will explain ...



What’s Happening for April 8  The Olympian

Jaime Herrera Beutler to host telephone town hall: The congresswoman will host the town hall from 5:25-6:25 p.m. All residents of southwest Washington's 3rd ...



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 ...



Fostering Equity Education in the North Thurston Public Schools  ThurstonTalk

Equity is defined as justice according to natural law or right, specifically freedom from bias or favoritism. While a simple concept, it can be difficult to focus on in ...



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 ...



What’s Happening for April 10  The Olympian

Events and things to do in Thurston County including attending the Thurston Green Awards & Expo, volunteering for Eye on Nature, meeting author JA Jance, ...



College-Bound Teammates Haddock and Peffly Looking to Close out Timberline Fastpitch Careers in Style  ThurstonTalk

Bailey Haddock quickly sought out someone who may have been the same age as her at the tryouts. She was 12, or more importantly, two years younger than ...



Lacey STEM Fair Explores the Future on May 4  ThurstonTalk

Laceys' annual S.T.E.M. Fair always focuses on science, technology, and the future but the 2019 date will bring even more as May 4 ties in with Star Wars and ...



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.



Mary Poppins: The world's Favorite Nanny Comes to Olympia  ThurstonTalk

Since 1964 the world has changed tremendously, but our favorite magical nanny still captivates. For one weekend only, come support the Olympia School ...



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!



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 ...



Deaths for Dec. 20  The Olympian

Aker, James Arthur, 49, Centralia, died Saturday, Dec. 15, 2018, at home. McComb & Wagner Funeral Home & Crematory, Shelton, 360-426-4803.



Lacey City Council Accepting Applications for Council Vacancy  ThurstonTalk

The Lacey City Council is accepting applications for appointment to the Position #3 vacancy until 5:00 p.m., Friday, April 26, 2019.



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.



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.



Dave Lehnis Kept An Open-Door Policy During His Tenure as Timberline Principal  ThurstonTalk

By Gail Wood He was just 16, playing infield for his town's youth all-star team, when he first noticed the problem. An eager Dave Lehnis waited for.



Community Invited to RAC Field-Replacement Celebration March 21  ThurstonTalk

The City of Lacey Parks & Recreation Department invites the community to the Regional Athletic Complex (RAC) Field-Replacement Celebration on Thursday, ...



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.



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 ...



Electrical Geniuses at Audio Northwest in Lacey  ThurstonTalk

Audio Northwest is comprised of a small group of people who care about what they do. Their expertise is in car audio but their services do not stop there.



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 ...



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 ...



Lacey police remind residents not to leave idling cars unattended  The Olympian

Lacey Police Department said Tuesday that there's been a recent increase in idling unattended cars being stolen.



Thurston County Chamber Announces 2018 Boss of the Year Honorees  ThurstonTalk

The Thurston County Chamber is proud to announce the ninth annual Boss of the Year honorees. Co-sponsored by Express Employment Professionals, this ...



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.



Lacey Cultural Celebration: New Name, Lots of the Same Great Experiences March 2  ThurstonTalk

Submitted by Jeannette Sieler, Recreation Supervisor for the City of Lacey. Where can you experience the sights, sounds, tastes, colors, cultures, and customs ...



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 ...



Washington’s National Merit Scholarship semifinalists named; Seattle’s Lakeside tops list  The Seattle Times

Washington's semifinalists, along with 16000 others across the nation, had the highest scores on the 2017 PSAT taken by 1.6 million high school juniors last ...



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 ...



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 ...



Allstate's Amy Phan Translates Insurance for Thurston's Vietnamese Community  ThurstonTalk

Amy Phan, who joined Ronelle Funk's Lacey Allstate Insurance office in October, is multilingual. She speaks English, Vietnamese and Teochew, a lesser known ...



What’s Happening for Feb. 5  The Olympian

Where's the Water? lecture series: The League of Women Voters of Thurston County and The Olympian present the first in a series of public meetings about ...



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, ...



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

Those looking to celebrate St. Patrick's Day, are in luck, with a weekend event calendar full of blarney and shenanigans. If the wearing o' the green is not your ...



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 ...



Lacey Marks 28 Years as a 'Tree City USA'  ThurstonTalk

The City of Lacey — one of the first cities in Washington to receive the National Arbor Day Foundation's “Tree City USA” award — will soon mark its 28th ...



What’s Happening for Jan. 20  The Olympian

Several thousand pro-life supporters begin their march to the steps of the Legislative Building for the 2016 March for Life. Steve Bloom Olympian file photo ...



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.



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 ...



2019 Thurston County Easter Egg Hunts and Activities  ThurstonTalk

Grab your baskets, it's Easter egg hunting season! There are even a couple hunts for those that are kids-at-heart! Find plenty of Thurston County Easter eggs ...



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 ...



3rd Annual Tumwater Community Summit May 1, 2019  ThurstonTalk

Now in its third year, this annual community-wide event brings together school, community, and business leaders to discuss topics impacting the health and ...



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 ...



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.



Long Lake Park Hosts Concrete Canoe Competition April 13  ThurstonTalk

The City of Lacey's Long Lake Park will host a Concrete Canoe Competition on Saturday, April 13 from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m..



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, ...



South Sound signing day: Where are top athletes going to college?  Tacoma News Tribune

National Signing Day for the 2018-19 school year is Wednesday. High school athletes around the South Sound will sign their National Letters of Intent to ...



Music Educator Terry Shaw Awarded 2017 Governor's Arts & Heritage Award  ThurstonTalk

Terry Shaw, accomplished local music educator and choral director, has been awareded the 2017 Governor's Arts & Heritage Award - Young Leader Arts Award.



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 ...



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.



Deaths for Feb. 2  The Olympian

Bird, Cecil Spencer, 70, Olympia, died Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, at Providence St. Peter Hospital. Funeral Alternatives of Washington, Tumwater, 360-753-1065.



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.



Holiday Activities in Olympia and Thurston County  ThurstonTalk

From the start of November through December 25, there are plenty of holiday activities in Olympia, Yelm, Tumwater, Lacey and throughout Thurston County.



Thrifty Thurston Looks at Christmas Lights  ThurstonTalk

Christmas lights add warmth and holiday spirit to this season, and Thurston County is full of locations to see them.



Yelm's Magnetic Appeal: Rural Community is State's 9th Fastest Growing  ThurstonTalk

Yelm is the ninth fastest growing city in Washington State according to data released by the American Community Survey, a publication of the United States ...



Deschutes River Battles in Olympia's Past  ThurstonTalk

Several times in the last century of so, the Deschutes River – and the economic power it represented – was the crux of legal and political struggles in our ...



City of Olympia Offering Free Storm Debris Drop Off This Weekend  ThurstonTalk

To support residents as they clean out broken tree limbs and other plant debris from the recent snowstorm, the City of Olympia will be offering two locations to ...



Celebrate St. Patrick's Day 2019 in Thurston County  ThurstonTalk

Ready for St. Patrick's Day? There are plenty of places in Thurston County that will be serving up delicious Irish fare, music, and, of course, Guinness and Irish ...



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 ...



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.



Olympia Farmers Market Receives Funding to Continue Fresh Bucks Program in 2019  ThurstonTalk

The Olympia Farmers Market is pleased to announce they have received funding to continue their *Fresh* Bucks Program for all of 2019.



City of Olympia: Complimentary Time Limited Parking for Rest of February  ThurstonTalk

Congratulations, you survived the Snowpocalypse. Now break that cabin fever with a visit Downtown, and enjoy complimentary, time limited parking Feb. 20 - 28 ...



Chad Sutter's Business is in Recycling, His Heart is in the Community  ThurstonTalk

Chad Sutter sees value in recyclables, in economic opportunities in our region, and in the youth of our community. He started his scrap metal business, Chad ...



Evergreen Students Give Back to their Communities Throughout the Year  ThurstonTalk

With 2019 in full swing, many businesses and organizations have concluded their charitable giving and community involvement after the holiday season. But for ...



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 ...



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 ...



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 ...



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 ...



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 ...



Chiropractor - Eastside Chiropractic Archives  ThurstonTalk

ThurstonTalk is a community social network delivering positive stories about what it's like to live, work and play in Thurston County Washington, including ...



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.



Coastal Salish Welcome All to Sa'Heh'Wa'Mish Days Powwow  ThurstonTalk

The Squaxin Island Tribe, the People of the Water, are renowned hosts. In 2012, they welcomed 104 canoes from all over the Northwest to their ancestral home, ...



Panorama and Senior Services for South Sound Offers Three Ways to Help Homeless Seniors  ThurstonTalk

Every day we meet a new homeless senior,” says Jolene Black, Deputy Director of Senior Services for South Sound. “It's a sign of our times.” Here are three ...



What’s Happening for Jan. 6  The Olympian

“The State Capitol Dome History” will be this month's topic at the History Talks at the Schmidt House in Tumwater. Tony Overman Olympian file photo ...



City of Olympia Announces Complimentary Time Limited Parking for the Holidays  ThurstonTalk

Enjoy complimentary, time limited parking December 12 – 24, 2018 in the City of Olympia, at all 2‐hour (purple) and 3‐hour (green) parking meters! This does ...



Rob Rice Homes: Thankful for Community, Company, Partners and Homeowners  ThurstonTalk

As we prepare for the holidays and the end of the year draws near, this is often a time to list the things we are thankful for. That is certainly the case for Rob Rice ...



Goals Abound for Unified Soccer Olympia Area League  ThurstonTalk

Teams from area high schools competed in soccer games at Ingersol Stadium Saturday, April 20, 2019 as part of the Unified Olympia Area League. Partnering ...



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 ...



Eat, Play, Stay or Explore: Discover Lacey Campaign Helps Promote Local Businesses  ThurstonTalk

The Lacey South Sound Chamber is excited to announce the launch of Discover Lacey; a tourism and hospitality marketing campaign that encourages residents ...



She was 15 when a DuPont wreck left her quadriplegic. State will pay her $28 million  The Olympian

The state Department of Transportation will pay $28 million to Skylar Seward, who at the age of 15 was left quadriplegic by a DuPont wreck Oct. 12, 2013, her ...



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 ...



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 ...



Getting to Know You: Who are the Olympia Master Builders?  ThurstonTalk

Perhaps you've been to the Tour of Homes or the annual Big Home and Garden Show, but did you ever find yourself wondering, “who are the Olympia Master ...



Finding Evidence of a Lost Railroad with LIDAR  ThurstonTalk

Using state of the art technology, we can go back in time and see in fine detail the aftereffects of a railroad building bonanza in Olympia over 100 years Using ...



Developer Walker John of Urban Olympia on Laurana and Revitalizing Downtown Olympia  ThurstonTalk

A sit down with Walker John, the behind-the-scenes real estate developer and owner of Urban Olympia, to discuss projects past, present, and future.



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