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Studley The Cat Brings Home ASPCA Cat of the Year Award

  Submitted by Providence The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® recently announced Studley, a cheerful white-haired feline with one gold eye and one blue eye from Olympia, has been named the recipient of the ASPCA “Cat of the Year” award.  Studley, who manages his own Facebook page and has more than [...]

Wynne Family Gifts The Wynne Farm to Southwest Washington Conserving Upper Schneider Creek Valley Forever

  Submitted by Capitol Land Trust 530 acres in upper Schneider Creek watershed protected… forever Wynne family completes gift to southwest Washington valued at almost $2 million The entire 530-acre Wynne Farm has now been conserved, protecting most of the upper Schneider Creek valley, announced Capitol Land Trust today. The Wynne Farm is one of [...]

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Comcast Customers Can Now Drop Off Equipment at More Than 4,400 UPS Stores

  Submitted by Comcast Comcast and The UPS Store are working together to simplify the process of equipment returns.  Comcast’s Xfinity customers can now bring their equipment directly to the nearest The UPS Store location, where it will be processed, packed and shipped back to Comcast, free of charge. In addition to Xfinity Stores in [...]

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Saint Martin’s University Theatre Studies program presents “Uncle Vanya”

Submitted by Saint Martin’s University  Vanya and his niece Sonya lead predictable lives, keeping their emotions buttoned up while maintaining a country estate and sending all the profits from their work to Vanya’s brother-in-law. But their daily routine quickly unravels with the return of the brother-in-law, a retired professor named Serebryakov, and his young, very [...]

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Customers Trust In Touch Therapy

  Between doctors, dentists, chiropractors and everyone else in between, finding a healthcare provider that is right for you can be a challenge. That is, unless you’re in the market for a massage therapist. Customers of In Touch Therapy in Olympia rave about the outstanding care and service provided by all of the massage therapists [...]

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Add Your Name to the Percival Landing Rail

  Submitted by City of Olympia Have you considered adding your name or that of a loved one to Percival Landing’s structure and history? A donation to Percival Landing makes the perfect Holiday gift! Contributions are still being accepted for the Percival Landing Railing Project. Names of contributors are sandblasted into the stainless steel railing plate – [...]

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Providence St. Peter Hospital Seeks Magnet Recognition Program® Re-Designation for Excellence in Nursing Services

  Submitted by Providence Saint Peter Hospital Providence St. Peter Hospital was designated as a Magnet organization in 2010 by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Magnet Recognition Program®.  This prestigious designation recognizes excellence in nursing services.  In December 2014, Providence St. Peter Hospital is applying for re-designation. Patients, family members, staff, and interested parties [...]

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Fixing America’s Health Crisis Starts with Your own Mindset

Submitted by Dr. Jaron Banks for Russell Chiropractic  How can America have the most expensive yet least effective health care system of all wealthy, developed nations1? It’s not that Americans have bad genes, live in poor environments, or lack access to medicine. We have greater resources for “healthcare” than any other nation, yet the problem [...]

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Property Tax Payments Due October 31

Submitted by Thurston County The deadline is October 31st for Thurston County residents to pay their 2014 second half property taxes.  Payments can be made in a variety of ways. Property taxes can be paid through the Thurston County Treasurer’s web site at http://www.co.thurston.wa.us/treasurer/ . There is no additional charge for the electronic check payment option [...]

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Thurston County Wins Grant from Center for Holistic Defense

   Submitted by Thurston County The county’s Director of the Office of Assigned Counsel and a handful of staff members traveled to New York City last week thanks to a technical assistance grant from the Center for Holistic Defense. Thurston County’s Office of Assigned Counsel is one of only four teams in the nation to [...]

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