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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

Olympia News
Need to chill? Head to Olympia library for finger-style guitar concert

Sometimes, but if the library is the Olympia Timberland Library and the concert is by Hiroya Tsukamoto, it's just the opposite. The soothing sounds of singer-songwriter-guitarist Tsukamoto, who'll perform Tuesday at the library, transform what's typically a lively and bustling space.

Two school bus crashes under investigation in Thurston County

A Willapa Valley School District bus filled with children and a van collided on Tuesday morning in downtown Olympia, according to a Thurston County dispatcher. The crash was reported at 10:13 a.m. at Olympia Avenue Northeast and Jefferson Street Northeast, the dispatcher said.

Trial of men shot by police ends with some clarity

Our community was rocked two years ago by news that two black men with skateboards had been shot by a white Olympia police officer in an early morning confrontation. The event shook our community in part because it landed amid a national wave of shootings of black men by white officers.

Continuing Budget Stalemate In Olympia Leads To Second Overtime Session

"It needs to get done right now. They need to buckle down and have a reality-based approach," Inslee said testily at an afternoon news conference.

School bus collides with van in downtown Olympia, Washington

District superintendent Rob Friese says the van hit the bus on the driver's side on Tuesday morning, but no one on the bus was hurt. The bus contained 25 to 30 children from a 4-year-old preschool class and some parents.

Washington lawmaker introduces bill to ban masks in public

On May Day, about 75 masked protesters in Olympia turned violent, throwing rocks at police using slingshots. Fourteen people were arrested across Western Washington.

Olympia dog nominated for America's Top Hero Dog

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Unmask those protesters, says lawmaker angered by May Day damage

Protesters busted windows and threw rocks at police on May Day in Olympia this year, and one state lawmaker contends the masks some demonstrators wore were partly to blame. State Sen. Jim Honeyford, R-Sunnyside, says anonymity emboldens protesters who might cause property damage and become violent, so he introduced legislation Monday that would ban the wearing of hoods, masks and bandannas at a public event if they cover a person's face.

Tuesdaya s weather: Warm, but not hot

If you planned to call in sick so you could sunbathe Tuesday, rethink your plans: Tuesday's weather is not expected to be as warm. In fact, the change in weather is part of a mid-week cooling trend, according to the National Weather Service.

The 5 most read stories on The Olympian website last week

Police found shell casings in the area, and a car near Franklin Street and Fourth Avenue had a window shot out. 3. Olympia police investigating possible human foot found on West Bay Drive : Olympia police are investigating a possible human foot found on West Bay Drive, a spokesman for the department said on Wednesday.

Attention Olympia residents: Dona t water your lawns on Tuesday, city says

Twenty million gallons of pure groundwater bubble up from McAllister Springs - part of a series of hundreds of springs in the area - to create the City of Olympia's watershed at McAllister Springs Lake, shown on Friday, Aug. 17, 2012. The intake and pump house that has provided the city's water supply since 1947 will be replaced with a series of newly drilled wells about a mile away.

Legislators getting yearly raises of 2 percent, let's hope they earn them - Sun, 21 May 2017 PST

A decision made in relative obscurity last week could generate the most incredulity and invective of any government ruling of 2017. It may also help break the legislative logjam over the budget, which is about to lead the state into a second special session.

As the tide goes out, head to a rocky beach to look for marine creatures

If you are looking for a low-cost educational activity to do with your children, or just want to get outdoors, a series of low tides later this week just might be the answer. Beginning Thursday and running through May 29, some of the lowest tides of the summer will take place from late morning to mid afternoon, offering an excellent opportunity to explore the South Sound's rocky beaches.

Whata s Happening for May 21

Posting of the colors is performed in 2011 by the Civil Air Patrol Cadets during the Odd Fellows Memorial Day observance in Tumwater. The 2017 ceremony, on May 29, starts at 12:30 p.m., at the cemetery, 3802 Cleveland Ave. SE.

Solar panel production comes to Thurston County

Tumwater-based PureSolar, Inc. has its solar panels certified for public sale and is looking to hire employees to meet the growing demand. Tumwater-based PureSolar, Inc. has its solar panels certified for public sale and is looking to hire employees to meet the growing demand.

Police investigating early morning shooting at Manito Park

Gov. Jay Inslee says that Washington state and Mexico are seeking to find more ways to work together on combatting climate change. Inslee, who was in Mexico Friday as part of a trade delegation, signed a 'letter of intent' with Mexico's Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources.

Basket-shooting robot at Lacey STEM Fair

Take your best shot with the North Thurston High School "Electric Sheep" competitive robotic team during the annual Lacey STEM Fair at Huntamer Park. Capital City Marathon president Jim Lux talks about the health and social benefits that the event brings to the people of the South Sound.

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