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The Olympia Brewing Company brewed Olympia Beer in this capital city from 1896 through 2003. Many historic buildings were damaged by a 1949 earthquake and subsequently had to be destroyed. In 1967, the creation of The Evergreen State College garnered state legisature approval and as a result, Olympia has become a hub for artists and musicians, as well as recently named one of the best college towns in the U.S.

Population: 42514
Local Newspapers: The Olympian
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Local Colleges: The Evergreen State College South Puget Sound Community College

Zip Codes associated with olympia, washington: 98501 98502 98503 98506 98512 98513 98516
Towns/Cities near olympia, washington : Tumwater Lacey Tanglewilde

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House Republicans push for allowing remote testimony

Traveling to Olympia to testify before the Legislature can be difficult and dangerous for those who live east of the Cascades. The journey can take upwards of six hours one way, all to testify for as little as 60 seconds.

Amtrak Cascades derailment prompts Western lawmakers to demand safety measures now

Three people died after an Amtrak train on its inaugural run and reportedly traveling nearly 80 mph, derailed near DuPont in December, spilling train cars onto the Interstate 5 and blocking the southbound lanes of the artery between Thurston and Pierce counties. The crash has prompted Western lawmakers to demand new safety features on passenger trains.

Equal pay bill passes Washington House - Wed, 17 Jan 2018 PST

In this June 30, 2017, file photo, representatives work on the House floor during discussion of a bill to fully fund education in Washington state at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash. House Bill 1506, the Gender Pay Equity Act, passed the House Wednesday on a 69-28 vote.

Photos: Deputies search for woman seen with man arrested for gas station rape

Spokane Valley police and deputies continue to investigate the beating and sexual assault of a woman in a Spokane Valley gas station near Trent and Vista over the weekend. Investigators say responding deputies detained and arrested registered sex offender Michael Rush as he was seen leaving the bathroom, where a woman in her 40s was found beaten and strangled.

Whata s Happening for Jan. 17

Join Maria Mudd Ruth, the author of "A Sideways Look at Clouds," from 7:30-8:45 p.m. at the Olympia Timberland Library to explore clouds - how to talk about them and watch them, and why. Join Maria Mudd Ruth, the author of "A Sideways Look at Clouds," from 7:30-8:45 p.m. at the Olympia Timberland Library to explore clouds - how to talk about them and watch them, and why.

Stream Rik & The Pigs A Child's Gator

Last month, the snotty Olympia, Washington garage-punk Rik & The Pigs released a fun-as-hell EP called Blue Jean Queen . And they've already followed it up with their first full-length, A Child's Gator .

5,000 people expected to rally for womena s rights in South Sound this weekend

More than 10,000 people were estimated to have attended the Women's March through downtown Olympia and the rally on the Capitol Campus on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. More than 10,000 people were estimated to have attended the Women's March through downtown Olympia and the rally on the Capitol Campus on Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017.

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Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson, left, talks to reporters as Washington Gov. Jay Inslee looks on Jan. 4 at the Capitol in Olympia. Ferguson is among the state attorneys general who signed the petition to bring back net neutrality.

IV bag shortage from Hurricane Maria sends hospitals looking for solutions

Just as Washington faces a potentially severe flu season, health-care providers in the state are being affected by a shortage of fluid bags used to administer hydration and drugs. After Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico in September, knocking out several drug and medical-supply plants, health authorities knew there'd be a shortage of medical products.

a Just take me to prison,a Deschutes Parkway driver says after being stopped by trooper

Commissioner Nathan Kortokrax found probable cause for a charge of eluding a police vehicle, a felony, and set bail at $3,500 for Isabelle L. Martin-Tafoya. That amount was lower than the $5,000 bail requested by deputy prosecuting attorney Jim Powers, but Kortokrax did agree with the state's recommendation that the woman not be allowed to drive.

Senators expected to vote on bump stock ban Source: Kiro TV

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Senate committee hears testimony on gun control bills

Ian Stobie, left, Jake Garza, second from left, and Ben Garrison, third from left, and all of Puyallup, open-carry their guns on the steps of the Legislative Building as they attend a gun rights rally, Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash. A Washington state Legislature Senate committee held a public hearing Monday, Jan. 15, on several bills related to guns, including measures to prohibit high-capacity magazines and to ban so-called bump stocks, trigger modification devices designed to increase the rate of fire of a firearm.

Washington Senate panel could vote Tuesday on 'bump stock' ban - Mon, 15 Jan 2018 PST

Moses said he can get to his locked firearms in four seconds and "if I need my gun faster than that, I wear it." OLYMPIA - A vote on a proposal to ban devices that allow for the rapid firing of semi-automatic rifles is scheduled for Tuesday morning - one day after a committee hearing that drew one of the largest crowds in recent memory.

Victims Of Las Vegas Shooting Testify On Gun Legislation In Olympia

Hundreds of people crowded hearing rooms in the Washington state Capitol Monday to testify on proposed gun control legislation. Among other things, lawmakers are looking to ban so-called bump stocks which allow firearms to fire faster.

Lacey volunteers roll up sleeves for MLK Day of Service

Dozens of volunteers gathered at Lacey's Woodland Creek Community Park Monday morning for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service project and which was again coordinated by the City of Lacey and the Stream Team organization. Dozens of volunteers gathered at Lacey's Woodland Creek Community Park Monday morning for the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service project and which was again coordinated by the City of Lacey and the Stream Team organization.

A Fairfield Inn & Suites has opened in Rochester at 6223 197th Way SW.

The franchise owner of the hotel is Chehalis Tribal Enterprises and it will be managed by InnSight Hotel Managment Group, an Oregon-based company, according to a news release. The hotel has 88 rooms.

Head-on crash injures Olympia man Saturday night

A 28-year-old Olympia man and Washington State Patrol trooper was hospitalized Saturday night after his vehicle was struck head-on in Pierce County, according to the Washington State Patrol. The man was taken to St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma, while the other driver, a 56-year-old Tacoma man, was not injured.

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