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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
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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

Olympia News
Feuding lawmakers need to end drama

The script being played out in Olympia this month is as depressingly familiar as an action movie franchise with one sequel too many. The Legislature has closed a 105-day session with a whimper, failing again to deliver a budget on time.

Washington firefighter hopes to raise awareness of on-the-job cancer risks

Jim Brown likes a good challenge. The 49-year-old has spent much of his life seeking thrills on mountaintops, bike trails, and even in his job as a firefighter and paramedic in Olympia.

Historic tall ship Adventuress visits Olympia

The 133-foot schooner Adventuress makes a stop at Percival Landing in Olympia, offering dockside tours, public sailings and live sea shanties. An April 25 ceremony at the Capitol culminating in a wreath laying at the Winged Victory monument at the Legislative Building marked 100 years this month since America entered World War I while honoring Washingtonians who served overseas and their families on the home front.

Gov. Inslee lowers bar to clear prostitution convictions

"This is important in our fight against human trafficking because it removes a significant barrier to leaving prostitution," Gov. Jay Inslee said at the bill signing ceremony Tuesday. "This is important in our fight against human trafficking because it removes a significant barrier to leaving prostitution," Gov. Jay Inslee said at the bill signing ceremony Tuesday.

Olympia fire official: a oeWea ve been there four times since Sept. 16 so ...

Nobody was injured Monday afternoon in a fire at the old Reliable Steel property at 1218 West Bay Dr., Olympia. The cause of the blaze, which was reported at about 5:30 p.m., is unknown, according to deputy fire chief Greg Wright.

Port of Olympia commission cost to go to Alderbrook Resort: $8,800

The Port of Olympia commission, staff and a consultant gathered at Alderbook Resort on Hood Canal last month, hoping to get away for two days to talk and mend the relationship between commissioners and other port personnel in a special meeting. The decision to meet in Union, Washington, also cost the port some money, according to a public records request filed by The Olympian.

4 Things to Know for April 24th

Today is the first day of a special session for lawmakers in Olympia. And for the third consecutive year, this session revolves around the budget.

Lookng at a possible government shutdown by the numbers

Congress must agree on a federal spending budget by Friday to prevent a government shutdown. The deadline nears the symbolic 100 days in office for President Trump, who is pushing for the budget to include funding for his proposed border wall.

Environmental group says it plans to sue Port of Olympia for Clean Water Act violations

An environmental group that has ties to Olympia says it will sue the Port of Olympia for alleged violations of the Clean Water Act if the group and port can't come to some agreement in the next 60 days. Waste Action Project of Covington, working with a Seattle law firm, sent a letter to the port earlier this month outlining its concerns and allegations about the port's marine terminal.

South Sound rain records keep piling up

In fact, it's the wettest October-through-April on record at Sea-Tac Airport with 44.67 inches, according to the National Weather Service. "We have had a really exceptionally wet winter here, mostly due to La Nina," said Johnny Burg, a meteorologist with the Weather Service's Seattle office.

Olympian publisher to oversee Bellingham Herald

David Zeeck, president and publisher of The News Tribune and The Olympian, will add oversight responsibility of The Bellingham Herald to his duties next month, McClatchy announced Monday. The News Tribune, The Olympian and The Bellingham Herald are among 30 media companies owned by McClatchy in 29 U.S. markets in 14 states.

In case you missed it...

A story about a 20-year-old Olympia woman who was involved in a serious head-on crash was the most read last week. 2. 10 local schools receive state's highest honor for academics : Ten schools in Thurston County - including seven in the Olympia School District - have received the Washington Achievement Award.

Dragon boat teams prepare for Saint Martin's annual festival

Teams took to the water Sunday to practice for the upcoming dragon boat festival put on by Saint Martin's University, which is set for Saturday. An estimated 4,000-5,000 supporters of science gathered on the Capitol Campus in Olympia for a rally before the March for Science to Heritage Park.

Moo-ve a em on out: Second shipment of dairy cows will be loaded at Port of Olympia

More than 2,000 head of dairy cows are headed to Vietnam aboard the Ganado Express, the Port of Olympia announced. Ganado Express, a livestock ship, is expected to arrive at the port's marine terminal on Sunday .

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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