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Olympia ‘friendliness’ cited, Lacey, too

Olympia community isn’t far behind as the third most friendly small (under 50,000) city in the country, according to a national real estate blog out today. Lacey is ranked 36th.

February 2014

$315,393 in Ecology penalties in Q4

Ecology assessed penalties for pollution violations allegedly by four South Sound parties in fourth quarter 2013.

February 2014

National honors for East Bay Public Plaza

Olympia’s East Bay Public Plaza project is one of only 30 works certified in the U.S. this year for sustainable design by a national program.

February 2014

Thurston EDC searching for excellence

Nominations are being sought by Thurston Economic Development Council for its annual Business Recognition Awards program.

February 2014

Walmart Neighborhood Market to open in Lacey

Walmart has announced plans to open a new Neighborhood Market small-format grocery store in Lacey by early 2015.

February 2014

Last chance to join Who’s Who

The 4th annual Who's Who networking event is tomorrow (Tuesday) evening in Tacoma beginning at 4:30 p.m. at 1625 Historic Place.

January 2014

Confidence, connections for Lacey Chamber hire

Before new Lacey Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Stephanie Hemphill starts on Monday, she's got another duty to finish. As a member of the Seattle Seahawks cheerleading squad, she'll be helping the 12th Man push the team past the New Orleans Saints in Saturday's NFL Playoff game.

January 2014

New communications firm now open in Lacey

A new startup has launched in Lacey, aimed at improving communications for individuals, small businesses and event promotions.

January 2014

Lacey's Bathtub Bakery bathes in success

Lacey-based bath and beauty product company The Bathtub Bakery will be featured in People’s StyleWatch Magazine, hitting newsstands Friday.

January 2014

Thurston 'State of Community' hopeful for 2014

The economic outlook for the four main cities in Thurston County, and the county as a whole: Hopeful, yet challenging. That was the consensus of the leaders for Lacey, Olympia, Tumwater, Yelm and the Thurston County Commission, who today gave their 2014 summaries at the Thurston Chamber "State of the Community" event.

January 2014
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