April 18, 2014 RSS feed / Government / Neighborhood

A letter from Ukraine

Warner and Linda Montgomery received this letter April 14, 2014, from a friend living in Ukraine

Don’t worry. We are fine. There is peace in our small town. People are still friendly. The latest political events in Ukraine haven’t brought much enthusiasm into our lives. Tension is in the air. More...

St. Martin’s Foundation awards $20,000

The St. Martin’s Foundation has awarded six grants totaling $20,000 to six nonprofits serving needs in the community. This year’s grant recipients were selected from a pool of 11 applicants. More...

Olympia Residents Council discusses community improvement

After the February meeting where the issue was permit parking, the March 26 meeting was spent discussing ways to continue to improve the community. More...

Melrose approves request for speed humps

The residents at the Melrose Heights Neighborhood Association meeting Monday, April 14 approved a motion to request two speed humps, one at the 1100 block of Woodrow Street and one at the 1200 block, and a four way stop sign at the intersection of Wo More...

April showers bring adoption specials to Columbia Animal Services

During the month of April, any day that it rains adoption fees are half off for all cats and dogs that are one year or older. This special is valid through Wednesday, April 30. More...