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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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Granny who felt - disfigured' following mastectomy turns scars into incredible tattoo art

A grandmother who said she felt "disfigured" following a double mastectomy, now shows her breasts to everyone - after having a bra tattooed across them. Despite having reconstructive surgery, Judy Lawrence, 53 - who had aggressive stage three breast cancer - was too self-conscious to let anyone see her topless.

You survived rounds 1 and 2 of rain. Ready for round 3?

Forecasters called for a series of back-to-back storms to hit Western Washington this week. While Olympia may have been mostly spared Tuesday's wind and rain, Wednesday's was a harder hit.

MiSo Fit Fast Fresh opens second location in Lacey

How Instacart works from the perspectives of "shopper'' and customer. The company plans to expand its delivery zone to Olympia on Oct. 3. The Youtube channel "Another Dirty Room" now has a distributor managing the series on Amazon, produced by Dan Bell, Will Krupinsky and Rick Serra.

Whata s Happening for Oct. 19

Staff file: South Puget Sound Community College Associate Professor and parent educator Candyce Lund Bollinger, as pictured in 2014, will present a free parenting class on Thursday at Olympia Timberland Library. Lecture series: Hear the lecture "U.S. Mexican Relations in the Age of Trump" by Vanessa Freije of the University of Washington Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies at 7:30 p.m. at South Puget Sound Community College Lacey campus, 4220 Sixth Ave. SE, Lacey.

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When you see the list of influences cited by the various members of Olympia, Washington's Wolves in the Throne Room, you know you're in for something special, albeit brutally so. Swans, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Bolt Thrower, Death, plus beloved underground genres like crust, doom, and Norwegian black metal-it all smashes together into a blur of technically dazzling, atmospheric and devastatingly-heavy metal.

Olympia one step closer to putting the Home Fund sales tax increase on the ballot

The Olympia City Council is poised to place a sales tax increase, intended to alleviate homelessness, on the February 2018 ballot. The idea for the Home Fund has been before the city more than once - and this summer the council discussed its intention of placing the measure on the ballot.

Downtown Olympia YMCA is set to move for the first time in more than a century

The new destination is in the building occupied by 5th Avenue Fitness on Plum Street. The existing fitness business will remain open for another month, then the building will be closed down for about six months to undergo $550,000 in renovations before emerging as the Plum Street YMCA in spring 2018.

Freeman High School responds to social media threat

School administrators at Freeman High School informed parents Tuesday afternoon that they were notified of a possible threat Tuesday morning. The threat was made on social media Tuesday morning according to a letter sent to parents.

Olympia man arrested on suspicion of child molestation

A 63-year-old Olympia man has been arrested by Shelton police on suspicion of first-degree child molestation and incest, the department wrote in a release Tuesday. The suspect already is a registered sex offender, and under active community supervision by the Washington State Department of Corrections.

Historic Olympia brewhouse readies for new roof

A work crew from Olympia-based Snell Crane Service raise a series of interior wall frames Tuesday morning which will support new roofing for the 1906-era Olympia Brewery brewhouse. A work crew from Olympia-based Snell Crane Service raise a series of interior wall frames Tuesday morning which will support new roofing for the 1906-era Olympia Brewery brewhouse.

'Move over law' emphasis patrols begin Wednesday

Washington State Patrol troopers will conduct statewide "Slow Down, Move Over" emphasis patrols starting Wednesday and through October 20. The purpose is to help both troopers and citizens get home safely by bringing awareness to the Move Over Law. In 2015, Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance data indicates a total of 3,852 people died in large truck crashes.

Whata s Happening for Oct. 17

Gateway Rotary is hosting a forum featuring Port of Olympia Commissioner candidates E.J. Zita and Gigi McClure at 7 a.m. Wednesday at O'Blarney's Irish Pub, 4411 Martin Way E. And on Thursday, West Olympia Business Association and the Thurston County Chamber of Commerce is hosting a forum for Olympia City Council candidates at 6 p.m. at the Tugboat Annies, 2100 West Bay Dr. NW, Olympia. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Choir concert: Timberline High School's choirs will present "The Storm is Passing Over" at 7 p.m. at the Koval Center for the Performing Arts, 600 Sleater-Kinney Road NE, Lacey.

You might be ready for the rain, but are your storm drains?

Ahead of fall's first major rain storms coming this week, officials in Olympia are asking residents to help prevent flooding by clearing fallen leaves and other debris from storm drains. Forecasters say Olympia could see more than 4 inches of rain from Tuesday to Friday .

Monroe mayor looks to keep position

Photos by Kelly Sullivan: Monroe Mayor Geoffrey Thomas speaks at the Monroe Chamber of Commerce candidate forum on Tuesday, Oct.10. Monroe Mayor Geoffrey Thomas met last Tuesday with challenger and City Councilmember Jim Kamp for one of the two public forums.

Hospitals accused of billing the poor instead of offering...

Washington's attorney general filed lawsuits against hospitals in Tacoma and Olympia last month, accusing them of withholding charity care from thousands of low-income patients. The suits say low-income patients at St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma and Capital Medical Center in Olympia were subjected to aggressive tactics, such as being required to pay hundreds of dollars before they could have surgeries.

Whata s Happening for Oct. 16

Vanessa Freije, an assistant professor at the University of Washington Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, will give a lecture entitled "U.S. Mexican Relations in the Age of Trump" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at South Puget Sound Community College Lacey campus, 4220 Sixth Ave. SE, Lacey. Vanessa Freije, an assistant professor at the University of Washington Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies, will give a lecture entitled "U.S. Mexican Relations in the Age of Trump" at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at South Puget Sound Community College Lacey campus, 4220 Sixth Ave. SE, Lacey.

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