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The Olympia Brewing Company brewed Olympia Beer in this capital city from 1896 through 2003. Many historic buildings were damaged by a 1949 earthquake and subsequently had to be destroyed. In 1967, the creation of The Evergreen State College garnered state legisature approval and as a result, Olympia has become a hub for artists and musicians, as well as recently named one of the best college towns in the U.S.

Population: 42514
Local Newspapers: The Olympian
Local Sports Teams:
Local Colleges: The Evergreen State College South Puget Sound Community College

Zip Codes associated with olympia, washington: 98501 98502 98503 98506 98512 98513 98516
Towns/Cities near olympia, washington : Tumwater Lacey Tanglewilde

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Whata s Happening for April 23

The Washington American Legion Band was formed in 1923 by the members of Alfred William Leach Post No. 3 of the American Legion.

Legislative Scorecard: 105 days, six things done, one major project far from finished

In this March 18, 2015, file photo, senators walk through the rotunda and toward the House Chamber to a joint session of the Washington state Legislature, in Olympia, Wash. Lawmakers' 105-day session concludes Sunday, but since they have yet to agree on a budget, Gov. Jay Inslee is calling them back Monday for a 30-day special session to finish their work.

High School Junior Alex Wright Commits to Virginia Tech

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A new home and mission for the Tuned In Academy

Among the places the Tuned In Academy, a music school, has called home is a Lacey residence, the basement of a downtown Olympia building and 630 square feet of office space. Despite the transitions, the school has grown to 100 students and has secured a location in Olympia, more than doubling its space for classes.

In 1942, U.S. Army has difficulty finding uniform to fit Backholm

Grays Harbor industries have salvaged nearly 300 tons of scrap metal for immediate use in war production, according to the first monthly report issued today by the Grays Harbor Industrial salvage committee. The nation's first rationing of food by stamps will start May 5, the office of price administration announced today with the first stamp good for one pound of sugar during the period May 5 to May 16. In an order setting forth details of the sugar rationing system, OPA disclosed that allotments to restaurants, hotels and the like would be cut 50 percent under the amount used last year, while bakers, confectioners, beverage bottlers and ice cream and dairy product producers would be limited to 70 percent of past use.

Whata s Happening for April 22

Friends of Schafer and Lake Sylvia annual Trillium Trek: Meet at 1 p.m. at the kitchen area on the beach at Lake Sylvia State Park, 1812 N. Lake Sylvia Road, Montesano. Well-behaved pets are welcome on a short leash.

Signatures for Idaho medical marijuana petition encouraged at Hemp Fest - Fri, 21 Apr 2017 PST

In this Tuesday, March 28, 2017, photo, Meagan Holt holds a vial of cannabis oil she uses to comforts her daughter Maddie, Tuesday, March 28, 2017, after they attended a hearing at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash., for House Bill 1060, which would allow parents or guardians to administer medical marijuana to children while at school or on a school bus. Maddie has a terminal genetic disease called Zellweger Syndrome, and used to have hourlong seizures, but Holt says that Maddie has found relief after treatment with cannabis oil and other pharmaceuticals.

If you fly, you might want to get a new drivera s license soon

OLYMPIA Washington lawmakers reached agreement Thursday on a two-tiered licensing system that seeks to bring Washington state into compliance with federal identification requirements. With final passage of the measure, lawmakers end a multiyear struggle over how to best comply with the REAL ID Act, a 2005 federal law that requires state driver's licenses and ID cards to have security enhancements and be issued to people who can prove they are legally in the United States.

Trump administration approves Gov. Inslee's request for federal disaster assistance

Gov. Jay Inslee was notified Friday that the Trump administration approved his request for a major disaster declaration for 13 counties damaged by severe winter storms that hit the state from January 30th to February 22nd. The storms caused closures of all three Cascade Mountain passes for multiple days- Interstate 90 Snoqualmie Pass, U.S. 2 Stevens Pass, and U.S. 12 White Pass.

Earth Day opportunities abound in Thurston County

The City of Lacey will celebrate Earth Day by pulling invasive plants in the wooded area of Wonderwood Park. Pre-registration by noon Friday is encouraged.

Calling all young artists! Pet parade needs you.

More than 800 participants showed off their dogs, cats, horses, guinea pigs, hamsters, gerbils, rabbits, chickens - and one pig - during the beloved event. The extravaganza featuring animals of all sorts will hit the downtown Olympia streets on Saturday, August 19. Entries to the art contest my be submitted by kids aged 5 to 18, and will be accepted May 1 through 15 at theolympian.com/contests .

Citizen Scientists Look Up to Protect Birds from Cell Tower

Southeast Thurston County residents and volunteers turn their eyes to the sky to document the birds that move between Lawrence Lake, the Deschutes River and a small unnamed pond that is bustling with wildlife. Science students from the Classical Conversations home school program test Newton's Laws of Motion by building protective cases for a raw egg that gets dropped from an Olympia Fire Department ladder truck.

a It was humiliating.a Former staffers say Gig Harbor lawmaker prone to a screaming fitsa

About midway through the 2015 legislative session, state Rep. Jesse Young was talking with House staffers about his sensational idea to build a toll bridge made of retired Navy aircraft carriers. The Gig Harbor Republican's legislative assistant feared a backlash about the idea, which eventually stalled in the Legislature.

Resolution recognizing 'The Maury Island Incident' passed in State Senate

Sen. Keiser with the "Maury Island Incident" team: Steve Edmiston, Scott Schaefer, Shelli Park and John White, taken April 18th, 2017. On Tuesday, April 18, the Washington State Senate passed Resolution #8648, recognizing the historic significance of 'The Maury Island Incident,' an historic UFO sighting which took place 70 years ago on June 21, 1947.

Home school lesson not Humpty Dumpty friendly

The Olympia Eagles Aerie 21 hosted its 2017 Easter egg hunt April 16 at Priest Point Park. With multiple age group hunts, Eagles' volunteers distributed over 20,000 plastic eggs filled with candy and prize tokens for the hunt.

Groundhog Day In Olympia As Budget Gridlock Means Overtime Session

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee will likely call lawmakers back into special session on Monday. This comes as the clock runs out on the 105-day regular session without a budget deal--or agreement on school funding.

Contractor wins appeal against city of Olympia over stalled culvert project

The Washington State Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of a construction company that has accused the city of Olympia of breach of contract. In the spring of 2014, the city had sought bids to replace the Woodard Creek Culvert that runs underneath the Olympia Woodland Trail.

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