About 75 people attended a solemn and patriotic waterside service at Percival Landing in downtown Olympia on Sunday hosted by the Thurston County Veterans Council.
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One of the great pleasures of “Game of Thrones” — and there are many (as well as many frustrations) — is that the show almost exclusively casts actors from across the pond (and beyond) who may be unfamiliar to many American viewers unless you watch British TV and films.
For snowpack watchers, what looked in March like a great recovery from the unprecedented drought of 2015 instead has turned into record melting through a warm April and May.
An oil train or tanker accident in the Columbia River could rack up more than $170 million in environmental damages that could take decades to repair, according to a report released Friday by the state Attorney General’s Office.
If you visited the display of a spectacularly horned dinosaur skull in Richland in 2011 and 2012, scientists can now tell you what you saw — a previously undiscovered species of dinosaur.
Parents at Pioneer Elementary School say they’re concerned about the Olympia School District’s response to the recent arrest of Jimmy Wall, a former school bus driver suspected of raping a student.
The salmon fishing season is back on.
Attorneys for State Auditor Troy Kelley have asked a federal judge to acquit their client on the charges remaining from the government’s so-far unsuccessful effort to convict him of theft, money laundering and tax evasion.
Sugar, spice and everything nice — and an accidental dash of “Chemical X.” These were the ingredients needed to create the beloved 1990s cartoon “The Powerpuff Girls.” Now, more than 15 years after its debut, the Cartoon Network has turned back to that formula for a new “Powerpuff Girls.”
A University of Oregon fraternity was suspended amid suspicion that its members trashed a campsite at Lake Shasta in Northern California during the weekend, leaving behind piles of litter, including beer bottles and dozens of tents.
A U.S. Senate appropriations subcommittee on Tuesday approved a defense-spending bill that includes $1 billion for a new Coast Guard heavy icebreaker, which could come on line as soon as 2022.