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Little Office on the Prairie

This field office is out a bit from the main digs from Central Services, which is the Courthouse Complex in Olympia. I believe that campus is 6 buildings total. 377 more words

Penstock/Tumwater Pipeline

This short trail outside Leavenworth, WA, follows an old pipeline that in the early 1900s carried water from the Tumwater dam through a tunnel and alongside the Wenatchee River through the Tumwater Canyon to a powerhouse near today’s trailhead. 466 more words


TEV Endorses Michael Althauser for Tumwater City Council

Michael Althauser for Tumwater City Council, Position 5

Althauser is a Staff Attorney at Columbia Legal Services, a non-profit public interest law firm that provides pro bono legal advocacy for low-income individuals and families in need of representation. 236 more words

Endorsed Candidate

Pete Kmet for Tumwater Mayor

Pete Kmet for Tumwater Mayor

Tumwater Mayor Kmet received an early endorsement from TEV because of his strong track record of bringing his environmental values and expertise to his work as mayor (since 2010) and previously as a five-term Tumwater City Council member. 81 more words

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2017 Port of Olympia Endorsements

Bill Fishburn has been involved in many community groups since moving to Thurston County. He has been a den and pack leader for Cub Scouts, PTA President, founder of a non-profit booster club for a high school band, operations manager of a community garden, for which he co-founded a non-profit, and now serves as the president of the garden’s board and on the board of the Girl Scouts of Western Washington. 331 more words

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Eight drinks figure eight around Olympia

Cyclists love beer and food. This route is designed to take you past a variety of locally owned craft brewers, wineries, and food stops through Olympia, Lacey, Tumwater, and rural Thurston County! 525 more words


1993, Tumwater, Washington: Boy Goes Missing From Campsite


1993, Tumwater, Washington: Boy Goes Missing From Campsite

John and Holly Sandstrom had planned for 8 months to take their 11 year old son Paul camping in the Cascades. 175 more words