What do you think about trees in Tumwater?

The City of Tumwater is developing a comprehensive Urban Forestry Management Plan to guide the maintenance, management, and improvement of the urban forest in the City for the benefit of the entire community. The information needed to prepare this Plan will come from multiple sources, including public meetings, inventories, and surveys. What do you think…

SPSCC President Tim Stokes Earns ACT Chief Executive Officer Award

The South Puget Sound Community College (SPSCC) Board of Trustees announced that SPSCC president Dr. Timothy Stokes will receive the 2018 Chief Executive Officer Award from the Washington State Association of College Trustees (ACT).  Stokes will be formally recognized on May 10 at the ACT Spring Conference at Clark College in Vancouver, Wash. Awarded annually,…

Mosaic Marketing Studio Hires Doria Maselli as Chief Content Creator

Doria Maselli. Photo by Heather Harris of Elements Photography  Mosaic Marketing Studio is pleased to announce the addition of Doria Maselli to the Olympia-based team as Chief Content Creator. Maselli has over 10 years of professional marketing, communications, and public relations experience. Her professional positions have included corporate, healthcare, and real estate/development marketing positions, as well…

Career and Internship Fair at Saint Martin’s University Offers Opportunities for Job Seekers

Students and job-seekers will have an opportunity to connect with a wide range of employers Wednesday, April 18, at the 2018 Saint Martin’s University Career and Internship Fair. The fair will take place from 12:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m. in the Marcus Pavilion on Saint Martin’s University campus, 5300 Pacific Avenue SE, in Lacey. The fair welcomes students, alumni,…

Olympia Farmers Market’s Fresh Bucks Program Allows Low-Income Shoppers Double the Local Fresh Fruit & Veggies

Data from the Washington State Department of Social and Health Services states that of the 267,000 people residing in Thurston County, 73,231 receive state provided economic assistance services and of those, 50,712 receive Basic Food Assistance.   “While we cannot correlate which of those Thurston County residents are Market shoppers, data from a 2017 Rapid…