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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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Webinar to be held on Digital NG911 Readiness Checklist

The State of 911 webinar will discuss how a new digital version of the NG911 Readiness Checklist will make it easier to use OLYMPIA, Wash. - A State of 911 webinar on the Digital NG911 Readiness Checklist is set to be held on Sept.

a We love you, Lindseya : Family, friends remember McCleary girl who disappeared in 2009

Tables in the church foyer were lined with photos of Lindsey Baum, from when she was a baby up to age 10. There she was in a cowboy hat, in her soccer team uniform, on the playground, with a toy guitar. Also on display were some of her stuffed animals, her journals, a Valentine's Day card she made her mom, a copy of "Breaking Dawn" with the cover missing.

Prehistoric beasts a " and other critters a " roam downtown Olympia for Pet Parade

On a cool and crisp Saturday morning, hundreds of costumed people and their decorated pets walked through downtown Olympia as part of the 89th annual Pet Parade. The theme this year was Dawn of the Dinosaurs.

Yvonne McDonald, 56, was found unconscious on Division Street Northwest on Aug. 7.

More than 10 days after an Olympia woman was found unconscious on Division Street Northwest, police are under fire for the pace of their investigation into what happened as well as her subsequent death. Yvonne McDonald, 56, was found on the morning of Aug. 7 lying in the yard of a home on the 900 block of Division Street Northwest, a few blocks from her apartment.

Lawmaker sues school, investigator, after firing

Central Washington University is being sued by Republican Rep. Matt Manweller after the university fired him Tuesday for allegations of inappropriate conduct. Central Washington University is being sued by Republican Rep. Matt Manweller after the university fired him Tuesday for allegations of inappropriate conduct.

Celebration of life to be held for Lindsey Baum, missing girl whose remains were found last year

More than nine years after she disappeared, the life of Lindsey Baum will be honored at a service this weekend in Olympia. Lindsey went missing near her home in McCleary on June 26, 2009.

This yeara s Bon Odori festival in Olympia could be the last

C1, 10.08.2003; Mary Ohno, director of the Kabuki Academy, a classical Japanese dance studio, in Tacoma dances to the first dance song of the evening, Tankoo Bushi at Olympia's Bon Odori Festival Satruday evening. Adam Amato/The Olympian C1, 10.08.2003; Mary Ohno, director of the Kabuki Academy, a classical Japanese dance studio, in Tacoma dances to the first dance song of the evening, Tankoo Bushi at Olympia's Bon Odori Festival Satruday evening.

Kittena s head found in Lacey. Animal Services is investigating possible tie to other deaths

Witnessing animal abuse can be difficult, but according to the Humane Society of the Unites States, it is important not to turn away from animal cruelty. The cat pictured was named Olly, a seventh mutilated cat found in Olympia on Sunday, Aug. 5. Lacey police say investigators are trying to determine whether a kitten's head found this week is related to a series of cat killings in the area.

Luminary Procession to make summer appearance on Olympiaa s west side after spring rainout

Handmade paper luminaries will light West Central Park on Saturday, adding a visual spectacle to an evening of free music by Artesian Rumble Arkestra and Mukana Marimba. The event replaces this spring's rained-out Luminary Procession, originally scheduled for April 27, the night before the Procession of the Species, Olympia's annual celebration of nature and creativity.

Whata s Happening for Aug. 16

Olympia Tumwater Foundation tour guide Carla Wulfsberg stops on the pedestrian bridge that spans the Deschutes River at Tumwater Falls Park while conducting a Riverwalk Tour in 2013. Olympia Tumwater Foundation tour guide Carla Wulfsberg stops on the pedestrian bridge that spans the Deschutes River at Tumwater Falls Park while conducting a Riverwalk Tour in 2013.

Olympia City Council meeting interrupted as pair tries to deliver lawsuit to mayor

An Olympia City Council study session was interrupted Tuesday by two people who tried to serve the mayor with a lawsuit. The council met for a study session on proposed zoning-related changes .

Olympia Pet Paradea s prehistoric theme inspires 11-year-old artist

Natalie Gantenbein, 10, of Olympia walks golden retrievers Daisy and Dash with her family's Peter Pan-themed entry in the 88th annual Pet Parade in downtown Olympia on Saturday. Following her are sisters Maris Gantenbein, 12, and Eliza Gantenbein, 7. For decades, scores of people have lined the streets of Olympia to watch a procession of costumed hairy, fluffy or scaly participants and their owners march in the annual Pet Parade.

Bellingham's first virtual reality arcade opened downtown earlier this month

Video from Tuesday's City Council study session shows a man approach Mayor Cheryl Selby and try to give her some papers. AMA Supercross and motocross champion Ryan Villopoto brought fellow racers to teach the RV2 Summer Camp motocross school at Grays Harbor ORV Park in McCleary, Wash.

Seattle's Summers Should Be (a Bit) Smoky

When Mark Twain arrived in Olympia on an August day in 1895 his welcome party had an apology for him. "I am sorry the smoke is so dense that you cannot see our mountains and our forests, which are now on fire," said John Miller Murphy , the editor of the local paper.

Wash. lawmaker fired from university job after investigation

In this March 3, 2015 file photo, Rep. Matt Manweller, R-Ellensburg, speaks on the House floor in Olympia, Wash. Manweller, a political science professor, has been fired by Central Washington University effective immediately following the completion of an outside investigation into alleged inappropriate conduct.

Yvonne McDonald, 56, was found unconscious on Division Street Northwest at about 7 a.m. Tuesday.

Yvonne McDonald, 56, was found unconscious the morning of Aug. 7 on the 900 block of Division Street Northwest a few blocks from her apartment, according to Olympia police. She was taken to Providence St. Peter Hospital, where she died that evening.

Map shows smoke drifting over Pacific Northwest from multiple wildfires

A map generated from satellite imagery shows the spread of wildfire smoke across the Pacific Northwest and the forecast for Tuesday, Aug. 14. Air quality in the region ranged from unhealthy for sensitive groups to moderate. Nineteen wildfires are burning across more than 300,000 acres in Washington and Oregon, filling the skies with thick smoke.

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