Archive of: Olympia

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‘Where, or where, to park’

The future plan for parking in downtown Olympia will be formed from public input, including a new online survey.

February 2017

Thurston names County Manager

Promoting from within was the solution for Thurston County commissioners seeking to hire a new County Manager.

February 2017

‘Hands off our unions,’ members say

A large crowd of labor union members packed a legislative hearing room this week to speak against proposed "Right-to-Work" legislation being considered by the Senate.

February 2017

Legislature addresses labor this week

Committees of the state legislature are studying proposals focused on government workers this week, drawing a daily visit from union representatives.

February 2017

State senator headed to Trump team

GOP leadership in the state Senate seems assured, even after today's resignation by Sen. Brian Dansel to take a new position with the federal Department of Agriculture.

January 2017

Big income gain for Timberland

Strong loan performance and a slight rise of interest rates combined for a good gain in earnings for Timberland Bancorp to end calendar year 2016.

January 2017

More are ‘on the way’

With its regional economy leading the nation in many respects, the South Sound claimed two spots on U-Haul's Top 25 Growth Cities through 2016.

January 2017

New partner in Olympia firm

With one partner serving in the state legislature, an Olympia business has added a new shareholder.

January 2017

EPA releases local fines report

Six South Sound businesses are on the list of 67 violators cited by the EPA for third quarter last year. Five of them drew relatively minor fines for compliance infractions.

January 2017

Thurston First Bank CEO retires

Following the successful merger of his Thurston First Bank into a Tacoma financial institution, CEO Jim Haley has announced his retirement.

January 2017
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