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Judging Olympia’s best baked good wasn’t ‘easy as pie’
What makes the perfect pie? A flaky crust? A sweet, fruity filling? Should it have unusual ingredients or intricate design? Judges attempted to find Olympia’s perfect pie Saturday at the … Click to Continue »
Olympia wants to know (again) what you think about downtown parking
The public is invited to take a survey about parking in downtown Olympia as part of a new 10-year parking strategy. The online survey is available through March 3 at … Click to Continue »
Jeff Gadman says his last day on Lacey City Council will be March 9
Lacey City Councilman Jeff Gadman, who was appointed Thurston County treasurer last week, announced his resignation to the council Thursday night, effective March 9. Although he didn’t have to resign, … Click to Continue »
Level 3 sex offender registers to live in Lacey
The Thurston County Sheriff’s Office is notifying the public that Level III sex offender Anthony Q. Cook, 29, has registered to live in the 8000 block of South Bicentennial Loop … Click to Continue »
What’s Happening for Feb. 25
Saturday Books, Brownies and Beans Used Book Sale: Proceeds benefit the homeless of Thurston County. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Olympia Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 2315 Division St. NW, Olympia. Livin’ … Click to Continue »

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Identify your "Money Scripts"
Most people file a tax return because they have to, but even if you think you don't need to, there may be times when you should--because you might be eligible for a tax refund and not know it.
As tax season approaches, taxpayers are reminded to be on the lookout for a series of evolving tax scams related to identity theft and refund fraud.
As a businessman working in Seattle, I traveled the I-5 corridor between Seattle and Portland many times. When southbound from Seattle, I looked forward to driving through the Olympia area because it was such a pleasant and scenic part of the trip.
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