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Bagel Brothers Changes Yet Stays the Same

    “The more things change, the more they stay the same,” is a French proverb…

Dave King Restores a Home’s Historic Integrity

  By Gail Wood So, you’ve finally moved into that older home you’ve been admiring and…

Olympia Veterinarians Treat Animals with Cancer in New Building

  By Taryn Kama Thanks to the inspiration and care of two Olympia veterinarians, animals diagnosed…

Christian Skillings – Iron Rabbit Restaurant Owner Describes Pleasures of Local Eating & Local Ownership

  By Mary Ellen Psaltis It’s no secret. I am a particular eater. I look for…

Neighborhood Notes – San Francisco Street Bakery is an Olympia Institution

  By Katie Doolittle Mid-morning at the San Francisco Street Bakery smells like hot coffee and…

Dwayne Boggs Sponsors Keller Williams Agent for BOLD Training Program

  Working in an industry dependent on positive referrals and a strong reputation, Shauna Tryon has…

Math for Life Connects Schools, Students, Parents and Businesses

  By Eric Wilson-Edge Math doesn’t need to be a cringe inducing word.  You may think that you don’t need to know much math beyond addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. You can’t really build things if…

Hopping into Easter with Family Traditions Old and New

By Kira Stussy, Tumwater High School Intern to ThurstonTalk Easter is a widely celebrated holiday worldwide and locally. To prepare for this much loved holiday, families all have their own traditions every single year. Hard-boiled eggs…

Lacey ACT Nights Entertains Middle School Students

  By Alyssa Ramsfield Lacey ACT Night has become a quintessential part of the middle school experience in North Thurston Public Schools. Seventh and eighth graders from around the district gather in one place to dance, play,…

90 Years of Theater History at The Washington Center

  By Emmett O’Connell For 90 years, performers have graced the current site of The Washington Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Olympia. Since 1924, when the Liberty Theater opened on Washington Street, various types of…

The Zaniac’s Journey – From Footbag to Comedy

  By Lisa Herrick You can never predict what you will discover while standing on the soccer sidelines.  Although my kids claim I was eavesdropping, I contend that the conversation was exuberant and loud enough for…

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