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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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All lanes of Southbound I-5 blocked near Lacey after collision

Drivers traveling on Interstate 5 near Lacey faced delays Wednesday as a crash involving four large trucks blocked all southbound lanes in the area. The Washington State Patrol reported serious injuries, but further details were not immediately clear.

Facebook's Attempt to Regulate Itself Isn't Good Enough, Attorney General Says

As a state lawsuit against Facebook heads toward a June 2019 trial date, a recent filing from Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says that Facebook's efforts at self-regulation haven't gone far enough to satisfy state law when it comes to political ads. Facebook began trumpeting its self-regulation campaign amid outrage at the dark and lucrative market the company had created for online political ads, a market that famously allowed Russians to quietly purchase Facebook ads in rubles to influence the 2016 US presidential election.

Stormy weather causes scattered outages in Thurston County

The first big storm of December rolled through Thurston County on Tuesday, producing downpours that made life difficult for pedestrians and motorists, as well as windy conditions that knocked down trees and power lines. About 1,000 Puget Sound Energy energy customers were without power Tuesday, mostly in northwest Thurston County and the Tumwater area, according to PSE data.

Breaking down the string of attacks on Jehovah's Witness houses of worship

There have been four instances of arson and one shooting - spanning nine months and four locations - that investigators believe are connected to one another. "As these incidents were located in close proximity to each other, it is believed that they are related," said Jason Chudy, the public information officer for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives' Seattle division.

1 woman and 2 men are finalists for top job at the Port of Olympia

One woman and two men are the finalists to be the next executive director of the Port of Olympia, the port announced Tuesday. One woman and two men are the finalists to be the next executive director of the Port of Olympia, the port announced Tuesday.

Olympia area man on trial for allegedly decapitating two women in Tacoma, setting house ablaze

Matthew Leupold was charged with 2 counts of first-degree aggravated murder and first degree arson and held without bail Jan. 11, 2017 while sister Lindsey was charged with first degree rendering criminal assistance with $500,000 bail. The prosecutor described a gruesome scene for jurors Monday, as he made an opening statement in the trial of an Olympia area man accused of decapitating two women in Tacoma last year and burning the home where they were killed.

Biking Beyond: Taste and Explore the Olympia Region on Two Wheels With New Self Guided Tour

A new self-guided cycling tour in the Washington state capital region, along the locally-loved Yelm-Tenino Trail launches today. Available in digital and print format, the guide was created to assist visitors in finding experiences that range from recreation and family fun to top spots for sipping, exploring and dining.

Judge halts Olympia homeless camp, but some campers can stay

A Thurston County judge has halted plans for Olympia's first city-sanctioned homeless camp - but the dozens of campers already there can stay, at least for now. Judge James Dixon granted a temporary restraining order sought by downtown business owners who argued the camp violates the city's own law on emergency housing.

Anti-Semitic papers reported near shooting site, elsewhere

Racists have distributed anti-Semitic KKK pamphlets in the Pittsburgh neighbourhood where 11 Jews were killed in a mass shooting at a synagogue. Police and the city department of public safety 'are taking this matter very seriously and will follow every investigative avenue,' a spokesman said.

ATF says Kingdom Hall fire near Lacey was arson

The fire that destroyed the Jehovah's Witness Kingdom Hall near Lacey on Friday has been determined to be arson, according to the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. Spokesman Jason Chudy said Sunday the agency determined the cause was arson late Friday.

This Olympia credit union has merged with one in DuPont

Generations Credit Union of Olympia and Community 1st Credit Union of DuPont have merged, the two credit unions announced Friday. The combined credit unions will operate as Community 1st Credit Union, according to a news release.

Christmas tree Grinches caught trying to resell trees

UPDATE: A pair of Grinches who were caught on camera stealing 20 Christmas trees from a farm stand in Thurston County have been caught. The Thurston County Sheriff's Office posted the update to their Facebook page on Saturday, saying a citizen who saw the suspects trying to resell the trees reported them.

Business owners seek restraining order to stop Olympia's city-sanctioned homeless camp

A group of downtown Olympia business owners is seeking a temporary restraining order to stop the opening of a city-sanctioned homeless camp, arguing the city is in violation of its own ordinance on homeless camps. The city is preparing to open a so-called mitigation site on a city-owned parking lot at Olympia Avenue Northeast and Franklin Street Northeast where homeless people have been camping out for months.

Suffragist spirit: Governor's Mansion Tours in January to include history lesson

This January, a new twist will be added to the popular Governor Mansion's tours: Visitors will have an opportunity to meet the famous suffragist May Arkwright Hutton. Or at least someone portraying her.

In Our View: Cheers & Jeers

Cheers: To priorities. The Vancouver City Council was briefed on its 2019 federal legislative agenda, and a new Interstate 5 Bridge is rightly at the top of the list.

Did a Teacher High on Meth Strip Naked in Class and Bite Two Students?

On 5 December 2018, the notorious junk news web site World News Daily Report published an article about a teacher who was arrested in Olympia, Washington, after she stripped naked and bit two of her students while she was high on crystal meth: An elementary school teacher was arrested this morning after a drug "bad trip" caused her to strip naked in class and physically assault her 4th-grade students, severely biting two of them and injuring six others. According to the Olympia police department, 37-year old Laura James was "visibly intoxicated and behaving erratically" when she showed up for work this morning.

Olympia's crisis response team coming in January: - Our goal is to divert people from jail'

More than a year after Olympia voters approved a public safety levy to address conditions in downtown Olympia, the city's new crisis response team is preparing to launch in January. The Crisis Response Unit, or CRU, will be made up of nurses and behavioral health specialists who will respond to certain 911 calls - incidents such as mental disturbances or intoxication - that aren't always appropriate for police and fire crews.

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